May 27th, 2014

LISTEN: Blair’s Today Programme Interview

Mr Tony has been interviewed on the Today programme this morning, reminding Labour types just what they are missing:

Ben Bradshaw could’ve been more subtle:

Ouch.


253 Comments

  1. 1

    An absolute killer! :-)

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    • 11
      Guido says:

      bagsy first go on his huge 4 cm cock

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    • 24
      blair up tony down says:

      guido up gideon down

      frankie up howard down

      christine down lagarde up

      Katie up. perry down

      cutter up. wanker down.

      milley up dowley up

      bigot up frankly u r nuts up.

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      • 37
        why is prince charles boi says:

        I up. U up. G up. Ch up. Go down.
        downers up. Prattie up.
        ed down milli down band up
        flat down House down Milton down.

        ed milliband is a depressive,
        and he locks you in.

        clicksUP. SNAPSUP. U up?

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        • 41
          i say says:

          have u got a nigella

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          • pbrylcreppppppppp says:

            u toast? my cubes are pigs.

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          • boymy knock knock is dusty. says:

            oh well. it is super, it is dry, how is the chairman, for she is a woman, for he is a jolly good fellow.

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          • feel my knickers, no underpansy please. ahem, we are british says:

            i am sick off the coffe.
            sweet cheeks.
            bland on the outside.

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          • i am queen charles says:

            i am depressed, no fucking lolita in site.
            FOI please.
            request is a leasure . no sweet cheeks no more. has prince charles done any cementing lately? his relations with the head of the cut Hunt .
            Hunt is cut. cutUP. is he one of the men?

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          • psnort says who billed who says:

            end abuse. reveal. what does meeracat and vague ague know.
            show trial is well documented.nwho was the head of the Olympics Authorty. was he authorised to civilise the partnership?

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      • 82
        wierdo 1 innocent zero says:

        what happenee before the windsor firesUP.
        Her tasered Avis was bellowing lo. will the clothing fit the no woman no frriday . my manhood got spiked. hey my .well woman? the first woman to reach mars will be slapped down my dave rave cameronon. dhimera, chimeria, marie meera guilotine. the cat is down.

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    • 33
      Said it before and I'll say it again. says:

      Tory Blair was the best leader labour ever had and one of the best the Tories never had.

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      • 48
        Thank God for Mr Blair says:

        A Tory wouldn’t have invaded Iraq.

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        • 57
          The Tory MPs says:

          Oh yes we would have. We fully supported and voted for the Iraq war, unlike the Labour party,

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          • Tim Yeo-Yo says:

            Supported on the back of lies and false information.

            Only a labour tool could blame the Iraq war on the Tories. I suppose it was all Maggies fault wasn’t it?

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          • B£air says:

            Labour lies, misinformation and a dodgey dossier took us to war.

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          • Robin Cook says:

            I opposed the Iraq war and look what happened to me!

            Shot with a pellet of frozen poison into my leg whilst out rambling in the hills that induced a fatal heart attack.

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          • EU has prevented war says:

            “We fully supported and voted for the Iraq war”

            Pathetidc response. They were not party to the intelligence, but were assured by lies to parliament. In matters of war they acceptred the British Governments assurances.

            What would the tories have done in power? We don’t know, but they didn’t have a record of illegal wars. Their biggest war controversy was the dispute about which direction the belgrano was sailing FFS, that’s compared to half a million dead in a *lost* war by Labour. If Thatcher had lost she’d have resigned (or been forced to) like every losing war leader. Blair took no responsibility.

            Labour were in power and they chose to illegally start a war, lie mto parliament and the people, kill hundreds of British soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraquis, encourage militant religious loonies, encourage he roin traffic, lose britsh prestige, and bump off dissidents. All for a big round of applause from congress and a few tens of millions of quid.
            If you are in power you should take tresponsibility. You can’t blame 9it on the oppposition.

            Was that ponce su cking off Blair Naughtie? Even if he loved Blair it was his job to thinbk of some penetrating questions

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          • Fred the pensioner says:

            Just like John Smith then?

            Seems like it’s not a good idea to be a Labour politicians with any scruples these days!

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          • The Tories knew what Blair knew says:

            The Conservative leader and his advisers were made privy to ALL the intel on Iraq prior to making a decision.

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          • Dodgy Blair says:

            Strange how most sensible people knew that the dossier and the UN presentation was a pack of lies but yet the Tories didn’t. Just doing what their masters told them to do.

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          • Anonymous says:

            As well as believing Blair’s sexed-up case for war, Tory PMs recently attempted to support the FSA terror gangs – by voting for the bombing of Syria. Thankfully, the Labour Party said NO to Uncle Sam this time.

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        • 139
          BC says:

          Or married slot gob !

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      • 175
        Twampersand mk II says:

        Managed 16 seconds before I WANTED TO SMASH THE COMPUTER UP. I despise that wretched little shit. Are people mad? Are they fecking mad? Have they forgotten what that prick did to this country? He´s the one that started all this ´rubbing your nose in immigration´bollox. He´s involved in political assassinations, bribery and corruption on an epic scale, he wrecked the education system to the point where 14 years of state education now leaves 30 percent of its recipients unable to read or count properly.

        He is a traitor, a liar, a murderer, a war-monger, an hypocrite, a thief and a thousand other despicable things.

        Sooner he dies, the better, preferably after a little chat with some of the Iraqi fathers he deprived of their children.

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        • 211
          A Quote to Note says:

          “You look underneath that UKIP facade and you see something pretty nasty and unpleasant”.

          Despite being a traitor, a liar, a murderer, a war-monger, an hypocrite, a thief and a thousand other despicable things – he still manged to make some telling remarks about UKIP.

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          • Twampersand mk II says:

            Couldn’t give a shit about his opinion on anything. Whatever nastiness there is in UKIP is as nothing to the damage caused by that nasty Hunt and his nasty mob.

            People are no more interested in Blair’s views on political spite than they are in Myra Hindley’s opinions on child care.

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    • 67
      B£air Witch says:

      How is my Afghanistan war going motherf#ckers?

      #StillGoingStrong

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    • 77
      Mdm Da Farge says:

      The only interview this man should be giving in “under caution”

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    • 116
      Aswas Tiswas says:

      That was not an interview it was nothing more than an ego blow job by a BBC ally, you could almost hear the groans of pleasure coming from the war criminal and taxpayer funded multi millionaire.

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      • 178
        Murdoch´s chinky bird says:

        Me suckee fuckee for free, long time. He big daddy A number 1!

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        • 226
          The only Country in Europe not to have its own paliament is England says:

          UkIP should put in their manifesto that if elected they should take out of the official secrets act all the action by Bliar and his cronies leading up to the invasion of Iraq that they tried burying for 100 years.
          That would put the Jock twat where he belongs.

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      • 249
        Anonymous says:

        Did he move any of his own money around before the credit crunch

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  2. 2
    a non says:

    “All the world’s a stage,
    And all the men and women merely players;
    They have their exits and their entrances,
    And one man in his time plays many parts………..[ Shakespeare]

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    • 10
      Ed [Igor] Milibland says:

      I once walked the planks but all I was good for was the Bacon Roll.

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      • 45
        Morgan's Organ says:

        So Tony fought against immigration, even fought an election on that basis, and having won opened our doors to vast numbers of immigrants. Now he tells us we must not be upset about it. Well that’s Tony in a nutshell

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        • 143
          The Public says:

          He always was a lying bastard. Won’t get fooled again…

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        • 177
          Village Idiot says:

          …..Tony Blair destroyed Great Britain: He is a dangerous man strutting the world stage and he is wrong in his view of this country and the world!
          He created many problems and solved very few! His obsession with world statesmanship helped destroy this country,which he ignored in pursuit of the world stage! ….When will the scales fall from the eyes of blair supporters,and, open to the damage he did!??????

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          • Anonymous says:

            Also introduced the Scottish parliament in order to destroy Great Britain for the EU,which is now happening,the aggressors are The EU and it is Great Britain that is defending its self so it is the EU that is racist against GB

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  3. 3
    dead moribund says:

    who’s this tony blair?

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      Long John Silver' s parrot says:

      Is it true Chilcott gets a pay cheque from you every month?

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    • 68
      Stan Gollymorecrap says:

      Any relation to Pinnochio Kinnock ?

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    • 104
      Dorkass says:

      Kosovo’s Garibaldi. They name streets and kids after him. There are whole neighbourhoods comprised of Tonibler Streets, full of kiddles called Tonibler playing happily in the new era. Doubtless there are breads, kebabs and pastries named after him for all the Toniblers on all the Tonibler Streets to enjoy when they need their elevenses. And at bedtime their onesies are decorated with – you guessed it – Tonibler.

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      • 181
        Twampersand mk II says:

        He was responsible for the great upsurge in demand for coffins and gravestones in Serbia, too.

        Prick couldn´t wait to get his tanks out after he became PM, to show the world what a great wartime leader he was, by illegally bombing Serbs, our erstwhile WWII allies.

        For Kosovo 1998 read Birmingham, Burnley, Leeds and Bradford, 2025.

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  4. 5
    Glyn H says:

    These reactionary forces who have no answer to the problems of the 21st century says Mr Tony. So the sclerotic EU is? We need to be out looking says Mr T; well dreary the EU ain’t the answer then. #yesterdaysmen!

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    • 8
      Glyn H says:

      Typo alert. Read deary for dreary!

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    • 44
      Winston says:

      Tony’s answer is to steal from the taxpayer and build a huge fortune.

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    • 78
      Waterboarding - kind of like surfing? says:

      And who caused the problems in the 21st century?

      It was you, Blair, you.

      Foreign wars
      Colluding in Torture & Rendition
      Mass immigration
      Mozzed-up jihadi nutjobs

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    • 170
      A Quote to Note says:

      Blair said that Britain’s future lay in being “outward looking and open-minded”, not “closed-minded, anti-EU and anti-immigrant”, suggesting such views were “reactionary and regressive”.

      So it seems that even a lying War Criminal can get it right sometimes?

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      • 186
        Twampersand mk II says:

        Let me translate for you.

        ‘Outward looking and open-minded’ – any person who is accepting of all and any indignation and treachery, either through lack of critical thinking or fear of being called reactionary and regressive.

        ‘Reactionary and regressive’ – any person or policy which is not in total agreement with the LibLabCon’s insane policies on national destruction and the promotion of wickedness. Also someone who is capable of forming their own opinions without assistance from Facebook or Twitter.

        ‘Closed-minded, anti-EU, anti-immigrant’ – any person who has realised that it is not raining, and they are, in actual fact, being pissed on, from a great height, by the likes of the war-criminal Blair and the rest of his NWO elite accomplices.

        If you need any more help, just let me know.

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        • 207
          A Quote to Note says:

          P.S: And what about: “You look underneath that UKIP facade and you see something pretty nasty and unpleasant”?

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          • Twampersand mk II says:

            It’s difficult to imagine anyone more nasty and unpleasant than the mass-murderer Bliar, except perhaps the morons that continue to support him and his treachery.

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          • A Quote to Note says:

            OK, put it like this. Given Blair and his (New Labour) mates led the nation to war on a lie, and that ‘nice bloke’ Farage is not all he makes out, is it not a reasonable to say that underneath the fake New Labour and UKIP facades – you are likely to see something pretty nasty and unpleasant?

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        • 253
          FFS #2 says:

          It should be noted that being against mass immigration is not at like being anti immigrant.

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  5. 6
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Which Labour figure did more than Blair to keep the Tories out of power for 13 years. 2 huge majorities 1997, 2001 consigned them to the electoral dustbin, and even in 2010 Call Me Dave couldn’t obtain a majority. Bear in mind how power hungry the Tories have been for much of the last 120 years.

    Blair for all his votes is an election winner, a formidable politician, on a par with Thatcher.

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    • 14
      Sue Denim says:

      Keep taking the drugs. Gerrymandering was his methodology. Unbridled immigration.

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    • 27
      Milibandmay or may not be electable but he's sure as not with Blair involved in the campaign says:

      Blair is a “toxic brand” with “Chilcot” hanging over his head and various other allegations the last thing Labour and Miliband want is for the electorate to be reminded of the illegal Iraq War and Blair’s warmongering

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      • 184
        Anonymous says:

        That was then – this is now. So should not Miliband remind voters just how bad Tony and his New Labour mates were? Never Again!

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    • 32
      nell says:

      No! the con man bliar WAS an election winner in the beginning until we all became slowly aware that he was warmonger, a liar, a trougher of expenses with a money hungry wife . It was he who introduced the human rights bill on which his own wife and militwit’s wife made fortunes as human rights lawyers. It was he who employed the toxic allycampbell for his backstabbing skills – let’s not forget poor d r d a v i d k e l l y. It was he who let gurninggordon loose on our economy . And it was he who began the trashing of the NHS and state education. It was he who took us deeper into the eu and opened the floodgates to their nonsensical federal ambitions…………I could go on…….

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      • 43
        rick says:

        +1

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      • 51
        Winston says:

        These were the days when people still had faith in the Media. Now we realise the media and the political elite manipulate and lie to progress their shared agenda. 2005 was before the explosion of internet blogs and the demise of the print media. Plus, increasingly, people are aware of the BBC’s bias.

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        • 84
          Democracy shlemocracy says:

          Exemplified recently by endless wall-to-wall anti-UKIP articles every day in every newspaper, on every TV channel and radio station, from every sector of the political spectrum, aided and abetted by Cameron spending tax-payers’ money on lefty bully boys of the UAF and HnH.

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          • Village Idiot says:

            …..Fat lot of good it did them,in fact, it exposed a level of bias and depth of co-ordinated attacks,the like of which I,ve never been aware of ,to the degree of contempt the liberal ,pc,educated elite showed during UKIP,s successful battle!…In fact,shouldn,t there be an investigation,but,who can you trust now we know that the press,broadcasters,news hacks and political elite are all part of the same, pro EU cartel??

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        • 227
          Mike Oxenfire says:

          “increasingly, people are aware of the BBC’s bias”

          How has it taken people so long to see this? The BBC’s leftist bias has been blatantly obvious for the last 35 years.

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    • 38
      A Tory says:

      Correct.

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    • 63

      The only way that Blair was comparable with Thatcher was that he could win elections.

      So in that limited sense, he was like her, good for the party.

      That aside,
      * Thatcher was good for British growth whilst Blair’s growth was false.
      * Thatcher was good for limiting big government, Blair’s was not.
      * Thatcher had several good chancellors, Blair had one bad one.
      * Thatcher championed the work ethic, Blair virtually destroyed it.
      * Thatcher encouraged small businesses, Blair killed them

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    • 86
      Sur les terraces says:

      “5 Labour wars and no world cup”

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    • 97
      Mdm Da Farge says:

      As I have already said (see 77 above) this man should only be giving interviews under caution. He took us into an illegal War and is resonsible for the death of millions.

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    • 122
      Anonymous says:

      He is a formidable politician truth be told and completely against the grain of Labour. They love their losers.

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      • 149
        Hang the cunt says:

        For “formidable politician” read “consummate liar”.

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        • 196
          Twampersand mk II says:

          Let Him debate Farage if he is that good. I saw Farage embarrass the prick at the EU parliament. Not that Farage is great, it’s just so easy when your opponent is a proven liar, war-criminal, expenses thief and traitor. He only looks good when the BBC are stroking his ego and asking pre-arranged questions.

          In fact, get the fecker down our way, I’ll debate the hunt, and I’d wipe the floor with the little shit.

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      • 153
        Focus Group says:

        Formidable in the same way as that spoilt Californian kid in daddy’s BMW doing his last message before his killing spree.

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    • 215
      thostids says:

      Routine bribery. Deficit spending followed by asset inflation. “You never had it so good” was as despicable when Macmillan said it in 1959 to when Blair and Brown cynically grossed out the Economy.

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  6. 7
    Amjid Abu Bakhar says:

    He’s wrong on many issues but still less wrong than Ed “hopeless” Miliband.

    Listen carefully and you can hear the blood on Blair’s hands drip onto the studio floor.

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  7. 9
    FFtFFFoff says:

    WTF are they doing giving access to media to a war criminal?!

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    • 12
      String Vest says:

      They should be tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime!

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      • 189
        Bloody Hands says:

        Given their support for war, is it any wonder that Tories are weak on War Crimes – and weak on (finding) the causes of War Crimes?

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    • 65
      Anonymous says:

      Guido’s doing Hodges’ dirty work for him again. Carefully collated tweets all designed too give the impression that we’re all enamoured with the great Tonibler and thus destabalise Ed.

      So transparent… So weak…

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  8. 13
    manmountain says:

    Blair was one of the best politicians ever – if by ‘best’ we mean the ability to win elections and gain power. Everything he and his ludicrous chancellor did was a fucking nightmare, however.

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    • 20
      Grammar School Boy says:

      Had he been that good he would have fired Brown very early on….

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      • 64
        Ariadaeus says:

        Brown never gave him a confidential briefing of what was going to be in his Budgets. Not once. Blair had to sit in the HoC and wait for Brown to deliver it like everyone else. And yet he talks about leadership – what sort of leadership is that?

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        • 198
          Twampersand mk II says:

          A proper leader would not have permitted a delusional maniac to flog Britains’s gold at knock down prices. He certainly would not have circumvented the democratic process and come to a back-room deal to allow the Jock Psycho to take over without an election. Blair’s a Hunt, nothing more, nothing less. Hope he dies.

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    • 30
      Blair's Political Epitaph says:

      “You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”

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    • 34
      nell says:

      13 years of labour terror was begin by him – I hope never to see the likes of that again!!

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      • 53
        At a cinemea near you from ext year says:

        From 7 May 2015.. Labour Project II….”The Desoolation of Ed” This time they are determined to finish the job

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    • 55
      The Growler says:

      B’Liar was a manippulative narcissist, a political manipulator par excellence, he worked out from the beginning what he wanted to do, his choice of whether to join the Cons or Liebore, he chose Liebore, Maggie and her aids were far too strong for advancement, so he chose the ramshackle Liebore party.

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    • 83
      Harbottle says:

      Dead right-the psychopathic Blair still has this weird hold over political obsessives (of all colours) in this country.

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    • 214
      John Major says:

      A donkey could have won the 97 election. British public and media were simply bored and wanted a change.

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  9. 16
    Nigel Garage says:

    Is this one of those computer things? Twatter? Facepalm? Mine’s a pint

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    • 90
      Cameron must be so proud says:

      Juvenile comment of the day.

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      • 158
        What a cunt says:

        Another classic example of the sophisticated, metrosexual demeaning UKIP supporters.

        It’s proving incredibly effective.

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  10. 19
    Reith's Ghost says:

    The BBC showing yet more of its true colours….Break up the BBC!

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    • 70
      The Growler says:

      A lot of deference disappeared in the early 60’s after the Profumo affair, strange it took so long to nab the last of The Famous Five, Blunt, it couldn’t be possibly that they were jolly good chaps, went to Eton and Cambridge

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  11. 22
    Rattla says:

    He’s got people rattled!

    I bet Ed Miliband just loves getting advice from others

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    • 160
      What a cunt says:

      Blair advises Cameron on a regular basis.

      As if he wasn’t a big enough twat to begin with.

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  12. 23
    Ed Miliband says:

    I was the past once

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  13. 25
    Please die of cancer, Mr Tony says:

    Aah, that’s so nice. He’s taken some time off from making blood money advising dictators so he can comment on what’s happening to the country he fucked.

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    • 38
      Thank God for Mr Blair says:

      UKIP’s greatest asset. Long may he live – well, until the General Election.

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    • 40
      He knew he was right and millions paid the price for it says:

      A peerage and a Cabinet post such as Lord President of the Council or Leader of the Lords no doubt beckons in Miliband’s Government which is the usual way that the UK deals with such people rather than send them to “The Hague” to face trial

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      • 66
        Thank God for Mr Blair says:

        Oddly B£iar at the Hague might yet happen. He’s a young man with many years ahead of him, during which many strange things could – and do – happen. Old men in their 90s who had been in the SS have been put on trial. So, who knows, one day, making out an arrest warrant for a man who caused the deaths of thousands of people, may be seen to be the right thing to do.

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  14. 26
    Jim says:

    Same old Defense. UKIP need to be linked to the French Racists and ignored.
    Blair is Right and the Plebs just need to understand the Big Picture as a sub provincial state of China or India or France.

    I see the Dummy UKIP Party received 1.5% of the Vote, so UKIP really achieved 29% of the Vote. LibDems lent their Votes to Labour to achieve 25%. If the Tories follow Lord Heseltine, UKIP is on course to win in 2015.

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    • 118
      Sue Denim says:

      Heseltine is a t**t. He has never been right on anything. About time he was put out to pasture (or put down).

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      • 163
        Focus Group says:

        The telly liked Heseltine and disliked e.g. Tebbit.

        Having Grey Major for 7 years was a bullet dodged.

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  15. 28
    The Growler says:

    Here’s one for you Fawkesy a chap who started UKip, Alan Sked in the Guardian, worth a read “http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/may/26/ukip-founder-alan-sked-party-become-frankensteins-monster”, he founded UKip as a purely anti EU party, it says he might consider standing against Teddy Bear in the GE, I had never heard of him before.

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  16. 29
    Tom Catesby says:

    Oily sycophantic shite from some of the usual suspects. Heard the interview myself( what bit I could stomach to listen to) Same old snake oil salesmanship, lizard tongued bast^rd. International criminal court is the best place for Tony B Liar.

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  17. 31
    Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

    Bliar still not in jail, until he is , I really don’t care what he has to lie about, how’s Chilcot are they still trying to bury it, better watch out the new cleaners may get into number 10.

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  18. 36
    Wendy Deng says:

    My hero!

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  19. 42
    albacore says:

    Never fear, another year’s 1mm1gration
    Which is now so plain a manifestation
    Ain’t arf set to agitate protestation
    And the effect that will have, in relation
    To the Establishment’s determination
    To breed out the real British population
    Will exceed Blair’s accomplished obfuscation

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    • 125
      Sue Denim says:

      You know, as soon as I see your name, I skip your “rhyme”.

      If you want to say something and have it read
      Why not try using prose instead.

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  20. 47
    nell says:

    Never mind bliar his star is in the decline now – he has failed miserably as middle east p e a c e envoy, he has built a reputation for cosying up to the world’s worst dictators for money, chilcott is hovering k n i f e poised ‘ Slowly slowly he is being exposed as a thoroughly unpleasant, deeply dishonest, totally untrustwoirthy character. He is a hasbeen, as gordon is a hasbeen and militwit is not far behind.

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  21. 50
    Any room for a white Anglo? says:

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  22. 52
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    What a terrible c’unt Tony Blier is.

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  23. 56
    Old Dude says:

    He still wants to be president of Europe, doesn’t he?

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  24. 58
    Winston says:

    When does Blair’s £2m/yr State security protection end?

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  25. 59
    The Critic says:

    Blair,

    The Cheshire cat -once gone, all that was left was the cheesy grin. No substance whatsoever. War, Debt,Taxes, just another corporatist.

    Of course giving ‘great’ interviews and being licked by the media make all the above perfectly acceptable. Kinda.

    Of course, ‘kinda great’ that he admitted having to do bad things but only to the rest of us, in the cause of some greater but indefinable good. What a guy.

    A dodgy double glazing salesman,who the Labour Party sold out to so they could get their grubby hands on the levers of power.

    Great actor though.Kinda.

    Trust me Ben Bradshaw et al,he is most definitely not what we are waiting and wanting to hear…..ever again.

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    • 72
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      Like I said. He’s a terrible c’unt. An African Bumsex diseased, scabby, weeping c’unt of the highest order.

      Just goes to show how thick the british public are to have been hoodwinked by this utter c’unt.

      I’m proud to say I never voted for him. Sad to say that I’ve faced the consequences of his illegal warmonger first hand. I say we dump him in downtown Basra and see what kind of welcome he gets.

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      • 94
        I too was fooled says:

        Agreed. I never voted for him too, but I’m ashamed to say I believed his speech to Parliament in support for war against Iraq. I thought it was important so I listened to the speech live (speeches in Parliament were not something I normally bothered about). I believed him and I’ll regret that for the rest of my live. He brought so much death and carnage – all for nothing.

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        • 99
          It's ok mate says:

          It is the liar upon whom shame falls, not the honest man who, with honour, trusted the liar’s lies.

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    • 98
      fhip says:

      Agreed. Almost everything he said chimed with what the electorate wanted to hear at the time. The downside was that he never once converted that rhetoric into a single supporting action and in many situations did exactly the opposite. I would define Blair as one of the most dishonest, deceitful politicians that Britain ever had the misfortune to be governed by although he was ably assisted by a supine Media who virtually never questioned anything he did and a cheerleading BBC who probably to this day still thinks the sun shines out of his arse.

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        Fred the pensioner says:

        Surely you cannot be referring to the supine media organisation that currently contributes handsomely to our host’s coffers? That supine media?

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          Focus Group says:

          The first I rememer of Bliar was the huge positive campaign for him on Radio 4 before John Smith’s corpse was cold — before his funeral in fact. It was taken as read that he was The Man, and we knew then that whover led Labour would win the next election as Tories were sunk by the ECU and wish for change for change’s sake. The only bump in BBC support was in the lead up to Iraq, but we know what happened then and there’s not been a squeak since.
          The factr that The Cuckold was in bed with Blair too only emphasises what filth they both are by mutual association

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      • 165
        Drake's Drum says:

        Lose “one of” and I’m with you.

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  26. 61
    fedz says:

    We’ve had this rubbish Blair spouts for 40 years, without ever, once asking the electorate if this was what was wanted. Now all that the likes of Blair can say is “The EU should start to listen to the electorate” …….WELL WHAT DO YOU KNOW!!

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    • 159
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Trouble with that is between us we speak 28 different languages. No wonder nobody ever listens to a word!

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        The only Country in Europe not to have its own paliament is England says:

        And that is why Merkel made her speech in German in front of Cameron, a lot can be lost in translation

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      Twampersand mk II says:

      If they do listen, all they will hear is a resounding ‘Fuck off’.

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  27. 69
    Toady says:

    Tomorrow we shall be interviewing Adolf H1tler about his lovely doggy Blondi and his work against the evils of the tobacco industry.

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    • 111
      Toady 2 says:

      So what first interested you in establishing Europe’s first national nature parks?

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    • 113
      BBC News Editor says:

      Do you know if Mr. Hitler made any anti-UKIP remarks? We could do a tie in with the main bulletin.

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      Wendi Deng says:

      Adolf so hot. He nice legs and butt. Eva Braun not good suckkee fuckee as me

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  28. 73
    Gary Elsby Stoke-on-Trent says:

    I’ve re-printed this comment from the ‘Farage thanks Clegg’ blog published by Guido the other day:

    “Nick Clegg had the guts to take UKIP head on and on TV.
    Depending on your point of view, he hammered Farage on every subject.
    Also, depending on your point of view, Cameron and Miliband ran scared.”
    Gary Elsby.

    Ho Hum.

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    • 162
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Why did you feel the need to waste our time with that?

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      • 206
        Gary Elsby Stoke says:

        Because it’s what most people are thinking including Blair.
        By the way, did you know you’re a fucking arsehole?
        Arseholes don’t yet know their total baggage isn’t a majority of anything.

        Most of us true dyed in the wool neo communist/socialists are voting the same as David Cameron come the day.

        Do you know you’re an arsehole?
        Just being curious, that’s all.

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  29. 75
    String Vest says:

    What did we get in return when Tony Blair gave away half of Thatchers EU rebate. That is still costing us £2BN every year, ad infinitum.

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  30. 88
    Toady says:

    What a soft interview. No challenge to the repeated “anti-immigrant”, “anti-Europe” rather than “anti-uncontrolled immigration”, “anti-EU”.
    No question about democracy and the right of self-determination, only discussion of the political aspects. No question of why Blair’s claim to want debate and discussion on the issue clashes with his insistance of no referendum.

    That apologetic non-question at the end about Chilcot and allowing Blair not to answer whether he had agreed to allow his conversations to be published, but drone about how he knows nothing and wants it to be published: pathetic.

    He knew his anti-UKIP stuff would not be gainsayed by the BBC of course.

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      Roland Deschain says:

      Absolutely. I wouldn’t have called that an interview, more a pleasuring.

      TB:”Europe should get out of doing the things it doesn’t need to do”
      JN:”Like what? Give us an example.”
      TB:”Well, some of the rules and regulations that come out of Brussels… I mean a lot of people would think there are things that can easily be handled at a national level”

      That was just another way to describe the same thing, not an example. All it said was that the establishment wants to pretend it will do something but can’t actually think of any concrete examples because it has no intention of doing a damn thing. Any interviewer who was interested in getting at the truth would have challenged him.

      And he implied that UKIP was racist. No wonder the left thought that was a good “interview”.

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  31. 95
    Purple Dogzzz says:

    Notice how Blair conflated UKIP’s anti uncontrolled immigration stance with an anti immigrant stance.

    Still as slippery and slimy a cuunt as he has always been.

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  32. 100
    Quisling Watch says:

    JN: “Did you make mistakes about immigration when in office?”

    TB: “I fought the 2005 election on a campaign against immigration from the then conservative leader”

    WTF!!!!

    He’s still as delusional as he was when he left.

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      ed milliband peoples representitive of somewhere up north i have to visit every now and again says:

      that was his speciallity,fighting elections against things he knew fine well he was going to do when he got in

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  33. 101
    ed milliband peoples representitive of somewhere up north i have to visit every now and again says:

    europe is not about peace,it’s about power and infulence???meglomanic

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  34. 103
    Chilcott says:

    I say you chaps, has anyone seen a rather thick document, I seem to have mislaid it?

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  35. 105
    Bosun Higgs says:

    Why are seemingly intelligent people are so willing to be hypnotised by this mountebank? Is it because he flatters them with his “Come, you and I are reasonable, decent people” act? Or are the Ben Bradshaws if this world shallow, purely verbal people, who judge others merely by their fluency?

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    • 117
      Con man says:

      This shyster is like something out of an Ealing comedy, except it aint funny.

      You could just imagine the scum bag working the seaside towns in say the immediate post war period, relieving old dears of their life savings.

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    • 123
      Madoff with my money says:

      Tony taught me all.

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    • 126
      JadedJean says:

      + 1

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      Major Homo says:

      Ben doesn’t judge people only by their fluency: the ability to stick nine inches up his arsehole is also a factor.

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  36. 110
    Aswas Tiswas says:

    Yeah and did he a bang up job when he was PM didnt he?

    Giving away billions to the EU without getting anything in return, handing over vast areas of a sovereignty that was not his to give, imposed the human rights laws that make it almost impossible to deport terrorists, yeah he was the greatest war criminal traitor this proud nation has ever produced.

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  37. 124
    Anonymous says:

    “Mr Tony has been interviewed on the Today programme this morning, reminding Labour types just what they are missing”
    Is it an opportunity to pose him a few very simple questions? In order to determine where his fully internalized mental rendition of “reality” and testable external reality diverge? Because if it isn’t, it’s going nowhere in real world terms. So Tone… How about embracing the opportunity to put an obviously incontestable ideology to the test? Given that any absolutely accurate belief system has no need to fear such a challenge.

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  38. 127
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Blair has the ability to deliver a stream of platitudes as if he is saying something of great significance – ‘And I really do believe that we must recognise that now is the time to be doing what it is necessary to do’. Politics at its purest.

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    • 230
      By the way says:

      Was it a platitudes to say, “You look underneath that UKIP facade and you see something pretty nasty and unpleasant”? Is it wrong to warn, “I am afraid, with those forces, you have got to be prepared to stand up, lead and take them on”?

      For ever War Criminals can give sound advice.

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      • 235
        Tower Hamlets EU Banana Republic says:

        Shame we did not look underneath the Blair facade 15 years ago. Even war criminals can sound plausible.

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  39. 131
    Tower Hamlets EU Banana Republic says:

    Translation of Blair: You should be very concerned about these new parties they have an unfortunate habit of telling the truth. You should not be confused by the truth that is why you need to be lead by the nose with lies told by me and the rest of my sordid mob. So do not trouble your brain with things that are too complicated by you lesser mortals, just let us the ruling class tell only the things you need to know, HAIL BLAIR.

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  40. 135
    Piss-poor Comedian says:

    The BBC went into full europhile overdrive this morning: a soft pro-EU interview with Ken Clarke just before the 8 o’clock news and a soft pro-EU interview with Tony Blair just after.

    Perhaps that’s what they mean by a balanced programme?

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  41. 140
    MB. says:

    It must have done added a lot of votes to UKIP and the Conservatives.

    Made me cringe listening to him.

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  42. 141
    Made Privy says:

    Some shrill voices on here like to blame Blair for starting an illegal war in Iraq. Truth is IDS and his entourage were fully briefed on all the Intel that the government and security services had at the time, before he went to his party with his recommendation to back the invasion.

    That is the way it works in our democracy, the opposition is always fully briefed before making a decision to take the country to war.

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      nell says:

      Unfortunately they were briefed with alycampbell’s sexed up deliberate lies as was parliament. That is the hub of the matter. Conned in a word by the bliar government.

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    • 156
      Y pants says:

      Were they briefed that Tony’s dossier was a sexy little number?

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      Major Homo says:

      Fair point. Sadly IDS is thick as pigshit.

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      • 201
        A Quote to Note says:

        Thank you Twampersand mk II, but there are some other Blair remarks that need translating:

        “You look underneath that UKIP facade and you see something pretty nasty and unpleasant” or “closed-minded, anti-immigrant, anti-EU, stop the world I want to get off”.

        Do such remarks relate to the promotion of wickedness?

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    • 199
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      That would have been fine if the intelligence hadn’t been manipulated to suit B’Liars case.

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  43. 142
    Fishy says:

    Obviously word has gone out from on high in the BBC, to go and find people who will speak up for Europe.

    Last night they were reminding us that only a third of people voted and more want to remain in in Europe than leave -echoed this morning by their choice of guests Clarke and the big slime Bliar.

    Bliar’s contribution could be summed up as:

    – We need more Europe (even more so now)
    – We made no mistakes on immigration (no apology from him – not even for Tower Hamlets)
    – Chilcot – nothing to do with him it’s the present government that’s holding things up

    The Country has learned that (as is usual) whatever Blair says the exact opposite will always be true.

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  44. 149
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    So Phoney Tony is still an unprincipled, lying bar-steward then? Who would have thought it?

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  45. 155
    Necrophiliac Dating Agency-Just Where Do They Dig These People Up From? says:

    TB – There is a case for the repatriation of powers from Brussels…
    QU – Which one’s?
    TB- Errr, well, err…..

    TB – There is a case for controlled immigration and I campaigned against it in 2005…You need proper controls and you need to confront those that are against integrating…

    TB – You look a little bit beneath that UKIP facade and you see something pretty nasty and unpleasant…

    ME – So Tony, when you campaigned against immigration it was OK, but when UKIP do it’s suddenly ‘Nasty and Unpleasant’….

    Fucking hypocrite, and ‘back in 2005′ Immigration isn’t NOTHING compared to what it is now. I cannot wait for Scotland to leave the UK, purely so this jerk-off needs a Passport to enter rUK. Tony you multimillionaire, fuck off back to your 6+ houses and your £2Million+ banking job and SFTU. I really don’t see how Labour supporters can keep on taking whatever this cretin says at face value and not even question it?

    PS. great job on being the Middle East Peace Envoy. You’ve really made a HUGE difference.

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    • 168
      Screech, oh yes they would says:

      Tony once said that 80% of asylum seekers have no case. An underestimate, but nonetheless I appreciate his openness about this. Now imagine if Farage said that….

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  46. 161
    Ghost of Dr David Kelly says:

    Lord Bliar of Mandleson, the slipperiest most self serving creature on the planet has spoken.

    He says UKIP unpleasant and nasty, mmmmmm

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  47. 166
    Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, 27th May 2014 says:

    Fear not, Labour plebs, I shall return to be Your Saviour.

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    • 209
      Twampersand mk II says:

      Any relation to the Anthony Lynton prosecuted for Gross Indecency a while back, mmm?

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  48. 167
    Yours, looking down from above, watching and waiting, D.r D. K.elly says:

    I p.ersonally found Mr T B.liar and cronies so “unpleasant and nasty” I simply had to slit my wrists, how bad is that.

    Yours, looking down from above, watching and waiting, D.r D K.elly

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    • 176
      John Smith & Robin Cook says:

      When we discovered that we were a hinderance to Tony, we felt heartbroken.

      Literally.

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      • 191
        SAS Hitman says:

        Robin Cook also had a broken neck.

        That’s perfectly normal: heart attacks often cause broken necks, definitely *not* the other way around.

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  49. 180

    What a snake – sold out this country

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    • 210
      thostids says:

      Well, seeing you ask the question. The real rot started when what is euphemised as “social conscience” infected the bien pensant class. A process was initiated that “War” was merely another social engineering tool. Useful, self-interested idiots played their part. Churchill was, probably, the biggest dupe who played the largest role in both major wars, neither of which engagements could Britain without American resource and intent have participated in. The real villains were Macmillan, another Anglo-American like Churchill, a shifty, duplicitous, (and highly immoral man q.v. Operation “Keelhaul”). Eden was a drug raddled fool and Churchill’s placemen irrelevant, by the time of Suez. But Eden was led into destroying Britain’s “World Integrity” despite its war-pose of supporting the Americans whilst selling out to Russia. Macmillan sold out Britain to mass immigration and the surrender of British sovereignty to the French EEC. Stymied by DecGaulle, it was Heath, then, who lied and lied.
      Blair continues the tradition of utter dishonesty in the Great Offices of State. Since they no longer exist as Offices in a sovereign State, we can hardly complain when some acquisitive little shit with no honour, integrity or gravitas seizes control and lies. We keep letting the buggers live after turfing them out of office. Big mistake.

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  50. 187
    Don't forget to turn the lights off!! says:

    Haha things really must be desparate if the bbc are wheeling out this war mongering little turncoat! No one cares for your pathetic words Blair, wouldn’t believe a word that comes out of this liars mouth. Although I bet labour supporters would have him back in a heartbeat instead of that drip red ed. sod off back to the Middle East with your efforts to bring peace , oh and watch out for those land mines ;)

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  51. 188
    The real Lone Ranger says:

    why did no one ask how many private body guards, limo’s and jets it took to haul is ass to Berlin. More importantly who is paying for it all as if we didn’t know.

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  52. 192
    writeon says:

    The EU politico-economic system design is at least 50 years out of date and counting. It is an incredibly inflexible and constipated decision-making machine.
    Experts are saying there is little change of even slight modifications to make it more up to date in a globally evermore competitive economy. Decisions are based purely on political dogma rather than rational thought and then cast in stone http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/01/060131092225.htm
    It doesn’t matter that political decisions like the creation of the EZ do not deliver as the elite can rely on confirmation bias to tell themselves it is working well. You may have already noticed them telling themselves how well things are going for the EZ.

    The creaking EU thought engine is competing against far more flexible innovative thought engines based on the Singapore model which has delivered high growth over 50 years.

    The EU is like a set of quill carrying scribes whose only way of coping is to write down as many rules as possible to maintain a semblance of control in a rapidly changing world. The modern Asian economies are more like an IBM Watson searching the whole of data space to come up with innovative flexible solutions as needed.

    An integrated EU can only be even more inflexible and even more constipated and even more rapidly left behind by the global economy.

    The EU is totally incapable of the type of changed needed to make itself into a globally competitive economy. This would be heavily resisted by the controlling elite who dream of an integrated EU as the answer to everything whereas it is the answer to nothing

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  53. 194
    James O'Bottom says:

    Bliar achieved power back in ’97 because he pretended Liebour were no longer a mad high-tax and spend socialists hence ‘New’ Labour. Considering that this awful movement consisted entirely of longstanding Liebor politicians and chiefly ex- Marxists it was always an unlikely pose. The main instigator was a certain Mandy ex communist youth member. It was the biggest con-trick in British political history.

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    • 232
      Austin Tash says:

      It’s interesting to see all the lefties complaining on Twatter and gnashing their teeth that UKIP won the election despite only getting “6% of the vote” (voters divided by population, innit?).

      Blair at his height never got more votes than even John Major. But all of a sudden, trolls like FleetStreetFox say “something must be done about the state of our democracy”.

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  54. 195
    Bert the Cert says:

    If there is one person on the face of this planet I do not want to hear from, or see his face ever again (apart from dangling from a lamp post), that person is Tony Bliar.

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  55. 197
    Blair and Hit**r says:

    Yep! they were both war criminals

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  56. 212
    Maimed Codger says:

    I keep watching Scum, expecting to see Phoney, but there were a lot of other actors pretending to be someone they were not…History will Judge him in his true light. Who really sold the Gold ? who wanted to give Gib to the Spanish? get rid of the Queen ?,

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  57. 218

    Eat it righties

    Who’s your daddy?

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  58. 219
    RomaBobbieBooBoo says:

    Having signed up to the International Criminal Court, Bliar will one day be facing some charges connected with illegal wars :)

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  59. 222
    RickB says:

    Who gives a fuck what this lying, cheating scumbag of a warmonger has to say ? If he says UKIP are bad it follows that they must be good. I’d like to see the bastard strung up with that bitch of a missus alongside him.

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  60. 229
    Tony B.liar says:

    No OUT of Europe when I & my chums can make money IN Europe.

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  61. 231
    Tony B.liar says:

    Keep the English peæsants in Europe. I wanna make loads of money.

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  62. 236
    Spectator says:

    Maybe if he starts a bit of his shock and awe in Tallybun Hamlets we may forgive him a teenie, weenie bit. Ok….so we won’t. Chunt.

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  63. 242
    Jac says:

    If the Blair creature turns up on my radio, I turn it off.
    They should broadcast warnings on TV, for those of a sensitive nature.

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  64. 244
    David Cameron Is A Cunt says:

    As ever Blair presents himself well but is still talking total and utter shite, just like he always did.

    It is particularly amusing to hear him say that the EU commissars need to listen to the people of Europe, who have just made their views very clear indeed but then go on to strongly advocate a continuation of all of the things that ordinary people across the continent and UK just rejected completely.

    The Common Purpose Hunts must be starting to get very worried that their much cherished Federalised Europe, which is intended to cement a left of centre liberal approach to everything that cannot ever be undone by elections or any other democratic nonsense, might just be blown to bits by the good citizens of Europe who just are not going to be made fools of by CP and the EU any longer.

    BETTER OFF OUT!!!

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  65. 246
    Roger Dewhurst says:

    Why waste ink on the most poisonous British politician in decades? All that I want to hear of that creature is that his head has been nailed by the ears to Tower Bridge.

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  66. 247
    Anonymous says:

    Living Proof of why we need to reinstate the Crime of High Treason to protect the British Public from the consequences of misuse of High Office.

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  67. 248
    Anonymous says:

    First of all we have Blair now we have the BBC resurrecting the You are all Fascist line all by 08:15

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  68. 252
    Anonymous says:

    Yes we all miss tony, that money grubbing, sociopathic, mass murdering traitor to the English nation. He was such a great guy.

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