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At my ever-advancing time of life, when I had thought I had truly seen the worst of all human lies, chicanery, and of self-serving falsehoods of the worst kind, we now are able to read, in all their tarnished glory, the words of ex-prime minister Tony Blair as he bestows his words of wisdom upon an awaiting and eagerly expectant world; when he talks and ruminates upon the Democratic Process.

 

And the worst part about this truly cynical and vastly-deluded person is that he believes that he was doing the right thing; all along!

 

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23 thoughts on “and just in time to ruin it all………

  1. Such a pity he doesn’t understand the differenece between Leadership” and ‘dictatorship’.

  2. As Lord Haw Haw he only delivered lies disguised as ‘news’ for about four years, Blair has been doing something similar for decades!

  3. I don’t believe that Blair has advocated siding with the enemy in times of declared war.

  4. Ah! I se, it isn’t ‘war’ until it is ‘declared’. Surely his leadership during the NI talks amounted to siding with the enemy? – and that was just a part of his subsequent calumny in the ME.

  5. Lord Haw Haw’s lies did not more than provide entertainment for the British people in an otherwise gloomy period of their history.
    Blair’s lies brought his country into a needless and pointless war and led directly to the deaths of many British people and heartbreak for many thousands more.

  6. I detest Blair and largely agree with Noel’s sentiments above but to compare him with William Joyce is at best hyperbole.

    Surely his leadership during the NI talks amounted to siding with the enemy?

    How?

  7. What Blair set in train in 1997 in many ways far exceeded what Joyce failed to achieve in the last war.
    One man went to the gallows, the other still struts the world stage.
    The demographic changes wrought by Blair will be a burden on this country for evermore, so in a sense Ernesto is certainly right, history will remember him as the greater villain.

  8. What Blair set in train in 1997 in many ways far exceeded what Joyce failed to achieve in the last war

    I’m afraid I need a bit more explanation on that sound bite Bernard.

  9. Paul,

    Joyce was merely a purveyor of propaganda, and was seen as such, and as said above was more a source of entertainment than in any way dangerous. That he was hung for his ‘crimes’ was a surprise, even back then.

    Blair manipulates, lies and makes concessions solely for his own pecuniary benefit, and has probably done more damage to this country than any one person before. Metaphorically he has driven a stake through through this countries heart!

  10. You will forgive me if I pass on this opportunity to comment on his words. Nothing that man can say, or do, will ever make me want to forgive him for the untold harm he has caused the UK and others.

    I pray that the demons take him in the night, too a place of eternal torment and suffering. It would also make good TV.

  11. Blair manipulates, lies and makes concessions solely for his own pecuniary benefit

    Surely, although that could be said of any high profile politician Ernest, a current example which springs to mind is Farrage anti Europe / anti immigration stance while employing his wife, a European immigrant in a tax funded payer position.

    What Blair did was in compliance with the electorate who voted for him. If Blair hangs then so must they?

  12. Paul,

    Took the cult of self-interest to new levels, levels which unfortunately have been slavishly followed by his successors and seen as a norm in political circles.

    Of course Blair’s doing’s weren’t entirely in compliance with the electorate, he was accused of lying over Iraq and several other incidents, His ignoring the conensus does not equate electoral compliance.

    To drag Farage into the discussion is a cheap shot diversionary tactic.

    Isn’t she paid by the EU?

  13. Hhe was accused of lying over Iraq and several other incidents, His ignoring the conensus does not equate electoral compliance.

    Of course he lied, he was also elected to a third term in office in 2005, two full years after the invasion of Iraq.

    To drag Farage into the discussion is a cheap shot diversionary tactic

    Diversionary of what? I can’t see any arguments that I’m trying to divert from?

    You spoke about a politician who ‘manipulates, lies and makes concessions solely for his own pecuniary benefit’ and I used Farrage as a current example.

    Isn’t she paid by the EU?

    Yes:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/eu/11255493/UK-faces-34bn-bill-for-blackhole-in-EU-budget.html

    Who pays the EU in Britain?

  14. When talking of Blair, don’t forget Junior.

    We could hang them together. I don’t support the death penalty usually but…

  15. An odd character. He appealed to us in the States because he was so articulate. He also had an appeal in the UK as he won three elections (you wouldn’t know that from listening to people now). I have been amazed by his blatant money grabbing now which rivals only the Clintons for its lack of shame.

  16. I put that badly Paul.
    What I should have written was:
    What Blair set in train in 1997 in many ways far exceeded what Joyce tried to achieve in the last war.

  17. What Blair set in train in 1997 in many ways far exceeded what Joyce tried to achieve in the last war

    Again, can you elaborate? That’s much too vague.

  18. Joyce was just a defeated propagandist whose words were futile and wasted.

    Blair waged ethnic and cultural war against the Britiah people, by importing vast numbers of Third Worlders and other aliens. This is admitted by some who were close to Downing St at the time.

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