September 7th, 2012

Tony Blair Latest Middle East Peace Deal

Alphaville is reporting that Tony is playing peacemaker again. Not quite between warring countries but close enough – between mining giants Glencore and Qatar Holding after the Qataris threatened to pull the plug on Glencore’s massive merger with Xstrata. The deal is said to be worth £70bn so no doubt there will be a nice slice of a piece of the action for our Tone…


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  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    at least Tony cleaned up via Politics.

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    • 14
      Kebab Time says:

      Tony B lair from zanulabour is a wrong un. ;)

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      • 73
        David Laws Lib Dem Fiddler says:

        He really should be investigated in every activity he undertakes to see if he uses knowledge or contacts from his term in office. He certainly should not be allowed to represent the UK in anything, nor given any press time.

        Also former PM allowances/pay should be stopped. Pilgrims are nothing compared to this scam.

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        • 76
          TomCatesby says:

          So called ‘pilgrims’ are amatuers, just beginners when compared to the likes of T.B. Liar, Laws, Mensch and the rest of the scumbags.

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        • 78
          Matei says:

          Not to mention that he should pay for his own damned security at his house off Edgware Road.

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    • 17
      Saint Tony of Labour says:

      I love the smell of the Bank of England printing presses, making me rich along with my friends in JPMorgan, while you 99% pay me.

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      • 25
        Tony Blair, Millionaire says:

        Hey guys….it’s moi…. Le Sainte Tone……just an ordinary, regular kinda guy scratching a living……

        I am truly committed to making peace in the Middle East.

        30 pieces of silver.

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        • 58
          Oops, beaten to it says:

          If I was his daughter I’d consider seweeside and then put in for an innjunkshun to stop it being reported.

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          feel good... says:

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          Most people prefer not to think that some children are born “evil”, and tend to blame bad parenting for their anti-social behaviour, says The Daily Telegraph.
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          But according to new research, around one in 100 children may be psychopathic. Like the budding serial killer in the novel We Need to Talk about Kevin, these youngsters display no empathy or conscience: they lie, cheat and manipulate, and no amount of reasoning, or sending them to sit on the “naughty step”, will make a difference.
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          Such children, termed Callous-Unemotional, form a distinct sub-group of badly behaved youngsters, says psychologist Professor Essi Viding from University College, London, and her twin studies indicate that their problems are largely genetic. (source:This Week).

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    • 34
      Gunga Din says:

      At least Blair has some clout if it were Major, Gordon or Dave the Arabs would just roll on the floor laughing their Tea Cloths off.

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      • 35
        Anonymous says:

        Snake oil salesman.

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          Pundit too too says:

          No problem as the Qatari’s recognize they hold most of the aces and will simply up the ante.
          If St Tone is on a bonus scheme from Glencore he may have to reconsider as the cost to them will be high.

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      • 68
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        “At least Blair has some clout”

        Did you mean snout? stuck firmly in every trough he can find by hte look of it.

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    • 62
      Thought he was asupposed to be a peace envoy ! says:

      And this will bring peace to the middle east how exactly ?

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  2. 2
    Tony Bliar says:

    zanuliebor

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  3. 3
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Well done Tony. Neo nuts showing the politics of envy again.

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    • 10
      SP4BS says:

      “schlooroororororororoop”

      As Dianne Abbot would say.

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    • 15
      Sandra in Accounts says:

      I am sure the Iraqi family who jetwashed what remained of their children off of what remained of their homes have a different perspective on the bloodied persona of the mass murderer Blair.

      Your hero. You are creepy.

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      • 24

        Thanth Moutha! Maketh my job tho much eathier with you lowering the benchmarkth for moralth.

        There’ll be a whole three fingerth of Kit Kat with you morning Thenatogen. And I’ve pleaded with Mithter Ballth to thtop cc’ing you on inthtructhionth and heading them up “Read this you thick, ar.se licking little c.unt” – tho that won’t happen again until Fwiday.

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      • 33
        SP4BS says:

        Be fair to tony, the big boys made him do it.

        A daft playground joke there for ya mouussa, but I don’t see quite how you can approve of that episode when it was mainly droved by GW bush and his chums. If you can work that one out you should be in the mental gymnastics team for the paralympics.

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        • 51
          The only way is bumsex says:

          Anyone connected with New Labour is morally bankrupt and corrupt.

          And would look better with a bullet through their head.

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  4. 4

    Typical Zanuliebor & Bliar

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  5. 5
    Liarpoliticians says:

    Tony Blair and the bankers.

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  6. 6
    Chopper says:

    The only “nice slice” that I can ever see relating to this fucker would be if someone lopped his head off…

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  7. 7
    NeverRed says:

    He is definitely NOT ‘our Tone’. The corrupt lying thief is a disgrace to this country and mankind. Most British people want to see him in the Hague or taking a holiday in the French Alps and getting disposed of.

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  8. 8

    You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me? Then who the hell else are you talking… you talking to me? Well I’m the only one here. Who the fuck do you think you’re talking to? Oh yeah? OK.

    Sooo… talk to the hand ‘cos the face ain’t listening!

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  9. 11
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have to settle a dispute between Mrs McManus and Mrs Duffelbag over a Tunnocks teacake at the Kirkcaldy Bowling Club. It is worth 34 pence.

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  10. 12
    PM says:

    What a repulsive piece of shit he is.

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  11. 13
    Phil says:

    he sure has a good nose for money the warmongering sponging traitor!

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  12. 16
    Adam Smiff says:

    That’s socialism for you

    Socialism for YOU, crony capitalism for THEM

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    • 52
      SlimeSpotter says:

      They are ALL slime, it’s moronic tribalism that has the country forever bouncing between two lots of scum.

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  13. 20
    Moussa Koussa says:

    You should be more worried about Shale mining

    Owen Paterson the Non Environment Minister about to give green ( irony ) to full UK scale shale exploration.

    I suggest you read all round nut job and elephant man impersonator Foowayser Nelsons Telegraph article today about shale gas

    According to Foowayser it is going to be the equivalent to north sea oil finds of the late 70’s…LOL. Seems Foowayser is laying the ground for Dave’s full scale country side dig.

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      Gonk says:

      I’ve always wanted to experience an earthquake.

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    • 30
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Another attempt to dig the country of the economic shite the Labour party got the country into. No wonder you are against it.

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    • 31
      Sandra in Accounts says:

      You are a parody of Rik from the Young Ones & I claim my Stooodent grant.

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    • 39
      Moose Watch says:

      Fracin Hunt.

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    • 44
      jgm2 says:

      You’re just terrified that the shale money will come online before Labour gets back in.

      It won’t. Two years wasted. Labour will develop the shale gas, ‘transform’ the North West with all the private investment that will naturally flow in and claim all the credit. As Fraser said – they don’t give a fuck about the countryside. There’s no votes there for Labour which is why the banned fox-hunting.

      In fact it will be seen as a bonus by the bedwetters if it annoys folk who live in the countryside by drilling fucking great holes all over the shop.

      I live in the countryside and I’m all in favour. The one thing that annoys me is that even though I own a few acres of land no c*unt will give me any money for what is buried beneath it. The government will simply declare it owns the lot and I won’t see a fucking cent.

      But if it is used to cut leccy bills for everybody and fund us out of the Maximum Imbecile’s economic destruction then I guess I’ll just have to suck it up. All in this together eh?

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      • 46
        Moussa Koussa says:

        Now you are just being silly jgm2. No cash from fracking for at least 10 years

        But I am looking forward to the fracking digs in Tory heart lands, should be fun.

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          Pundit too too says:

          I see that Obama is now saying we are all in it together.
          The sh*t he means.

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        • 77
          TomCatesby says:

          Like to bet there wont be any fracking near the fracking homes of Cameroon and the fracking gingernut, fracking Oxfordshire or the ‘home’ counties? frack off !

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    • 71
      Marion the cat says:

      So, in your opinion, no pensioner ever dies of hypothermia, or if they do its worth it to support your unproven cause, ****ing bastard, I hope you die a horrible and slow death, you c**t.

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  14. 21
    Anonymous says:

    A stain on the underpants of humanity.

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  15. 23
    Gonk says:

    I’m scared of Tony Blair. He casts weird and destructive spells.

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  16. 27
    Moby dick says:

    Minimum wage to maximum wage is progressive socialism

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    • 32
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      ‘Maximum wage for minimum effort’ is the union mantra. The fact that it causes mass unemployment matters not a jot to them. These vandals can’t see further than the next strike threat.

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      Red Ed's non-predator union bosses says:

      Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now ! Wodda we want ? Predistribution ! When do we want it ? Now !

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        Pundit too too says:

        You would think that those Leninist idiots in Labour Party HQ would not think that this ridiculous expression “predistribution”, evolved from groupthink sessions, would flow?
        What! The BBC have agreed to mention it at least 20 times per day on all of its channels?
        Bias? What Bias?
        Labout says……..
        Guardian says………
        Independent says……..
        Mirror says……….

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        • 59
          ho hum says:

          Nearly right. They always start with the pearls of wisdom from the FT for some reason.

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        • 75
          Anonandon says:

          You can blame that on Tristan (a real working class name that lad) C*unt, MP for Stoke on Trent, eh baa gum. Of course, he has had absolutely no experience of iiving in the ‘real’ world whatsover, just the Westminister village.

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  17. 37
    Bigoted woman says:

    I liked Tawny Blur.

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  18. 38
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    This man introduced university tuiton fees. The Labour tax.

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  19. 43
    Anonymous says:

    “Whiter than white” I believe were his exact words.

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  20. 57
    Jimmy says:

    Is there anything that man can’t do?

    If only we had someone in Downing St. who could work that kind of magic with the economy instead of Butch Cameron and the Sundunce Kid.

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  21. 65
    left-wing stand-up "comedian" says:

    Have you noticed – There’s never a Norwegian gun-toting psycho around when you need one. What’s that all about?

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  22. 69
    the savant says:

    what s 2 . 5 percent of 70 billion ?

    Will that go into the back pocket as a ” consultation fee” ?

    If so are his official paymasters ie whoever is paying him for doing the far more mundane and exceedingly less remunerated but nonetheless world -taxpayer funded role of Mid East Negotiator querying his extra- mural “pilgrim” activities ?

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  23. 74
    magic tony says:

    “……..and this is jimmy, my buttplug…….”

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  24. 79
    Anonymous says:

    Blair couldn’t run a peace up in a brewery

    http://uploadsociety.com/user/Solartrancer

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