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Tony Blair Speaks Out And Is Not Happy -- Merged

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-27585260

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UKIP 'not the answer' to 21st Century issues says Blair"

""You look underneath that UKIP facade and you see something pretty nasty and unpleasant,""

Says the man who went to war 3 times.

Blair, in my humble opinion......GO AWAY YOU NASTY AND UNPLEASEANT MAN.

Another member of the political elite who lecturers and doesn't listen.

Next up Gordon Brown, the man who saved the world.

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I caught that interview - whatever you think of the guy - he is a first class politician and makes Miliband look like a snotty school kid.

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This is just another transparent bid by Blair to get a position within the EU. Remember him championing the EU when he was prime minister? No, me neither. Barroso's presidency is up in October. I don't think his successor has been selected yet. Frankly I think the only position that Blair should occupy in Europe is in the dock at The Hague.

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Flash Gordon (who saved the world) has been quiet so far as I have noticed, perhaps he for one is actually capable of shame. A single redeeming quality?

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Surprised Bliar has the nerve to open his mouth, frankly.

He has no shame.

shame on him.

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If UKIP is the answer, what is the question?

Impossible to know what they stand for.

We have some idea of their views on immigration, but not on employment and unions. If 3/4 of their supporters are in favour of nationalisation of railways and energy companies, a majority in favour of rent controls, why doesn't the leadership talk about that?

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He and his elitist chums are the cause of most of the problems, the sooner that we get to see an un-redacted copy of Chilcots findings the better.

Then hopefully he can get his long overdue day in the Hague.

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This is just another transparent bid by Blair to get a position within the EU. Remember him championing the EU when he was prime minister? No, me neither. Barroso's presidency is up in October. I don't think his successor has been selected yet. Frankly I think the only position that Blair should occupy in Europe is in the dock at The Hague.

As I remember, Blair was quite pro-EU, at least until the Iraq war. I think he certainly had his eye on a job with the EU, but there was no way that France and Germany would have him after Iraq.

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.... he is a first class politician....

First class con-man, fifth rate politician.

.....and makes Miliband look like a snotty school kid.

I think weird Ed can do that all by himself.

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whatever you think of the guy - he is a first class politician

Don't agree at all. No 'first class politician' would be almost universally hated.

Blair is a pariah. Disgraced and rejected by virtuallly all sides of the political spectrum.

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Which issues of the 21st century did Blair have the answer to? House prices being too low? Bankers not being rich enough?

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Don't agree at all. No 'first class politician' would be almost universally hated.

Blair is a pariah. Disgraced and rejected by virtuallly all sides of the political spectrum.

Fairly sure he won't go hungry though.

If he was a bit hard up he could write a no holds barred book, well from his perspective. He wouldn't off course put anything in that would land his own self in trouble, helps to be a barrister in this respect.

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