Monday, October 15, 2007

Tory 'demon eyes’ mastermind joins Blair faith foundation

Is it to much to think that advertising executives and PR gurus might have ethical standards, modes of morality, or a conscience they might not transgress? Or is it all simply concerned with Mammon, and conviction can go to hell?

Jeremy Sinclair, the man who devised the iconic ‘demon eyes’ campaign against Tony Blair, has been appointed director of the Blair Faith Foundation (a repugnantly egocentric eponym). This one-time Tory loyalist, a founding partner of advertising agency M&C Saatchi, has been recruited to lead the charity, the aim of which is to ‘improve links and understanding between world faiths’. Actually, since Mr Blair knows nothing of what has become known as Hinduism, or of its daughter religions, Buddhism and Sikhism, he has specified that his mission will be to foster ‘greater understanding’ between the three ‘Abrahamic faiths’ – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Mr Sinclair lists ‘spiritualism’ among his interests. But Cranmer is unsure whether he is really into contacting the dead or if this should read ‘spirituality’. Either way, he will have his work cut out if he is to use his advertising expertise to sell the Blair Faith Foundation in the Middle East. Mr Blair’s support for President Bush and the ‘Great Satan’, and his own conviction about the righteousness of the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, not to mention the knighthood bestowed upon Salman Rushdie, have done nothing to endear him to the Muslim world. Cranmer thinks it will take rather more than a few eye-ctaching posters and newspaper advertisements to heal this rift.

When trying to build bridges, it is always wise to ensure that an opposite promontory exists, or one will end up having constructed a pier.

7 Comments:

Blogger Letters From A Tory said...

'Blair Faith Foundation' is a disgusting title for an organisation that claims to help people. Blair's belief that god told him the war in Iraq was the right thing to do made me sick to the stomach.

15 October 2007 at 08:02  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Blair Faith Foundation is likely to be little more than 'window dressing' for brand "Blair".

Mr Sinclair will undoubtedly be working on Blair's image management, probably using money channelled via the BFF and staff working in its premises. A cunning ruse, as Blair could never be seen to be taking money directly from some of the likely sources, without compromising his political ambitions.

Blair has been a front-man for other interests for very many years. There is no reason to think that he cannot continue to be useful in this role.

15 October 2007 at 09:07  
Anonymous Fred said...

@ anonymous 0907

Blair has been a front-man for other interests for very many years.

Would you like to tease us a bit more with your thoughts on what those other interests might be? Bilderberg?

15 October 2007 at 13:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr Fred,

Wealthy zionists.

15 October 2007 at 14:04  
Anonymous nedsherry said...

Jeremy Sinclair, the man who devised the iconic ‘demon eyes’ campaign against Tony Blair, has been appointed director of the Blair Faith Foundation (a repugnantly egocentric eponym).

I don't know. Doesn't Bla-Fa-Fo capture all the depth, subtlety and sincerity of Blair's religious beliefs?

Wealthy zionists.

Don't be ridiculous. Bliar wouldn't have adjusted policies just because he got millions through the wealthy Zionist Michael Levy. Well, no more than Brown would because he's got millions through the wealthy Zionist Ronald Cohen.

15 October 2007 at 16:17  
Anonymous Ultraviolents said...

I'll tell you what it is. (And I was hoping that Cranmer would be aware of what was going on)

It's devil worship. "Spiritualism" is a form of devil worship. The spirits they contact are demons.

Tony Blair is a Rolling Stones fan isn't he? Rock music is devil music and the romantic pantheistic eros spirit channeled through the rock musician and glorified by the rock crowd is nothing less than Satans bewitching corrupting magic.

The same for Protestant Pentacostalism.

For if all world religions are "one" or are all striving for the same thing than there is no need for Jesus as the saviour humanity, only the cosmicist "agreement" of other people. This is blasphemous and heretical, for salvation is through our Lord Jesus Christ and him only.

Rock Music is one of the most corrupting forces on the planet. Much more so than "Zionists".

15 October 2007 at 18:22  
Blogger Rob said...

Ultraviolents: "It's devil worship ... blah blah blah heresy, blah blah ... burn the witches."

I would like you to do the following for me, if and when you can:
1.) Read the Bible, upon which you stake your faith, and find me one single instance where it calls out people who worship God in any way Devil worshippers.
2.) Read the Bible, and in it find me the place where Jesus or God say "It's OK to judge people and tell them they are damned." Since this is exactly what you are doing when you say they are "Devil worshipping"
3.) Read the Bible, and find out exactly where Jesus or God state that music is evil and is a spawn of Satan (or just Rock music, if that suits your fancy).

Since I am reasonably certain that you are wrong on every count. I am going to call this goal and game. Have a pleasant afternoon.

29 March 2011 at 21:50  

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