Saturday, June 25, 2011

Tony Blair launches another campaign to become 'President of Europe'


Blogger ChrisM said...

Aren't we in enough trouble.

25 June 2011 at 12:10  
Blogger Graham Davis said...

Nice furniture, pity about the bloke sitting in front of it.

25 June 2011 at 12:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Having wrecked the UK it would be a good idea if he could be given the chance to do the same thing for the EU

25 June 2011 at 12:34  
Blogger Bred in the bone said...

I agree anon, with Bush gone, Bin gone, letting Blair preside over the total collapse of the Demonic Empire would be fitting.

Thats the three bs out of the way, then maybe we can all start over in the light of truth.

25 June 2011 at 12:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is truth? Blair will be proved right about the crucial necessity of opposing islamo-facism in Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran. I think he'll probably be proved to be right about the Euro too - in 15 years time!

25 June 2011 at 13:08  
Anonymous Anon 1 said...

But he deposed the man who had???? WMD and who opposed islamofascism in Iraq. The Euro will be gone in 15 months time.

25 June 2011 at 13:38  
Blogger Bred in the bone said...

I can tell you what truth is not, truth is not when Obama dictates what the facts are about 9/11 truth does not ignore or steer around uncomfortable questions, Blairite-fascism is not truth.

25 June 2011 at 14:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only thing left with these clowns is the will to power.

25 June 2011 at 14:39  
Anonymous MrJ said...

Has his birth certificate been as thoroughly checked as Mr Obama's ought to have been? The separate states of the Union are entitled to legislate their own particular requirements for POTUS candidates to produce evidence of "natural born" status. But, of course, under Heath's Great Betrayal [European Communities] Act 1972 even that degree of sovereignty has been abrogated.

25 June 2011 at 15:01  
Anonymous Atlas shrugged said...

Tony Blair talks of a revolutionary change, yet the more the world changes the more it seems to remain the same. The same old corruption, lies, and class structures.

Which is not what most people would understand a revolution to be.

A political revolution is where power from the top is destroyed and replaced by power from the bottom. Such a revolution has never actually taken place anywhere on the globe since time began, but the accepted definition of a political revolution stays the same.

As there is no real revolution, simply the worlds power brokers making yet another periodic power grab, why does Tony Blair claim a need to change with it?

Surely in a democracy beneficial political stability is maintained by the forces of change and reaction working well at the same time.

In other words.

Change is regulated by a reaction against the changes that have shown themselves not to be generally beneficial to the public as a whole.

As a general rule it is unwise to try to put out a fire by adding more fuel or fanning the flames.

It is generally seen to be wise to change direction, when it has been shown that you are currently marching blindly in entirely the wrong one.

Change is NOT inevitable. Change happens either by an act of GOD, or because either a human being or a group of human beings have CONSPIRED to make the aforementioned change happen.

Very little, indeed virtually nothing at all as far as politics is concerned changes using any form of natural process; neither is change inherently a good, positive, or desirable thing.

Conservatism in its purest form is the common sense tendency to wish to conserve that which is evidently good, while changing that which is not.

Socialism, on the other hand, in its purest form is an establishment controlled collectivist death cult.

Tony Blair has thus shown us that he indeed a true socialist in the purest sense, a FABIAN socialist.

Better known as, death by a thousand cuts.

25 June 2011 at 15:14  
Blogger English Viking said...

I managed 1 min 30 secs before the sound of that dreadful little man's voice made me want to smash stuff up.

One would be able to live quite a successful life by finding out what Blair thought on a matter, and then doing the complete opposite.

Is it wrong to hope that he dies?

25 June 2011 at 16:27  
Blogger Mr Dodo said...

English Viking

Of course it's wrong to hope he dies - read your Scripture!

25 June 2011 at 16:32  
Blogger Mr Dodo said...

Have you ever considered an anger management course?

25 June 2011 at 16:33  
Blogger john in cheshire said...

Mr blair is the malignancy that just keeps on giving.

25 June 2011 at 16:43  
Blogger AncientBriton said...

"And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these [is] charity."
How say you Your Grace?

25 June 2011 at 17:04  
Blogger English Viking said...

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25 June 2011 at 17:04  
Blogger English Viking said...


I can manage my anger just fine, thank you very much.

*grits teeth and head-butts keyboard*

PS Why should I not hope that this satanically inspired man shuffles off this mortal coil, before he kills anybody else?

25 June 2011 at 17:05  
Blogger English Viking said...

17:04 was me.

Comments have gone a bit dicky. Again.

25 June 2011 at 17:06  
Anonymous Mike Spilligan said...

Well, at least he's consistent in thought. He did say (about 10? years ago) that it was his "destiny" to take the UK into the euro.
What a complete numbskull that man is - except when it comes to his personal arrogance and greed.

25 June 2011 at 17:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tony Blair (et al) has been sighted for charges of Ethnocide against the English Nation.

Political policies to 'change Britain forever' were Blair's - his guilt therefore is beyond question.

An organisation called English Witness has promised to pursue Blair to the grave.


25 June 2011 at 17:21  
Blogger English Viking said...


Let's hope it's a short chase.

25 June 2011 at 17:31  
Anonymous Oswin said...

A bit like having an English Pope...

25 June 2011 at 18:46  
Anonymous berserker-nkl said...

Does TB not look more and more like that grand old farceur Brian Rix of Whitehall fame the theatre which was just down the road from...

25 June 2011 at 19:01  
Anonymous Homo Hamed said...

At least there would be bugger all chance of Brown having a career in Europe...Tone would see to that.

25 June 2011 at 19:20  
Blogger English Viking said...

This piece of filth has more blood on his hands than Cromwell, and has inflicted more damage on a once great nation.

It's all I can do not to try and strangle the traitorous bastard.

NB: The word 'bastard' is used in the true meaning

PS The sooner his slot-gob wife gets what's coming, the better, too.

25 June 2011 at 19:21  
Blogger English Viking said...

Imagine the revenues from a pay-per-view programme of his execution?

I'd remortgage my house to see it.

25 June 2011 at 19:23  
Anonymous Oswin said...

British vitriol - it can't be beaten! ''slot-gob wife'' priceless!

25 June 2011 at 20:18  
Blogger AncientBriton said...

Some of these comments make one ashamed to be British. What has happened to this country?

25 June 2011 at 20:34  
Anonymous non mouse said...

"The Horror! The Horror!"
It's even more nauseating than looking at cammers. I forced myself to watch this a couple of times: partly because he seems physically uncomfortable (I hope), but also to verify which other evil b** he now reminds me of.

On the words: He continues to assert the euSSR as the only conceivable political reality --- without acknowledging the absurdity of talking about a referendum on our resistance to its currency.

On the background: as revolting as the fiend in front of it; though it might drive me to read "Roman de la Rose" again.

25 June 2011 at 20:44  
Anonymous Dean Roberts said...

Oh Lord, please not the Euro.

25 June 2011 at 20:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I despise this man. IMHO he is the most practised liar of a politician that I have heard of in the English speaking world for the last 40 years, and I am including the otherwise great RM Nixon. Perhaps this because I was taken in by his smooth delivery in earlier days. Whatever be the matter, the EU, employment, abortion, mass immigration, finance, underaged drinking or sex, the Iraq war, he has consistently used his debating skills to fudge matters and and make things worse.


26 June 2011 at 06:08  
Blogger Gnostic said...

Bleugh is so enamoured of, and corrupted by, wielding power he is unfit to be put in charge of a light switch let alone the EUSSR.

And while we are talking about the creep how come he isn't on trial for war crimes yet?

26 June 2011 at 08:44  
Blogger Willie said...

I find it impossible to find extreme enough language suitable for this august blog to express my utter and abiding disgust for this charlatan.
The "having a larf" in donating the CofE a leadership lacking socialist for its head and the tragedy of decommissioning HMY Britannia speak for his petty spitefulness.
I was most happy that he did not get invited to the Royal Wedding.I would have preferred it if he and his dreadful wife could be exiled preferably to the Middle East to which he donates so much time.

26 June 2011 at 12:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Such ungracious comments. Give the guy a break - history will be much kinder.

26 June 2011 at 14:40  
Blogger English Viking said...


I'm English, not British.

26 June 2011 at 17:17  
Anonymous Anguished Soul said...

Hah! The wv is cowdig.

Says it all really...

Actually, that's an insult to all cows.

26 June 2011 at 18:14  
Anonymous Oswin said...

English Viking: then as an Englishman you ought to take a compliment more graciously.

PS. Your cat has fleas.

26 June 2011 at 19:27  
Blogger English Viking said...


He's got clap as well. I've tried to tell him, but he just won't listen.

26 June 2011 at 19:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

English Viking@17:17


I'm English, not British.'

Some people still don't understand the difference EV. English identity is over a thousand years deep.

British is a civic identity: property of the Crown. They mold it, make it mean anything. Say you're British and they own you.


26 June 2011 at 20:02  
Blogger English Viking said...


You are preaching to the converted.

26 June 2011 at 20:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apologies EV but I'm also preaching to the can't-think-for-myself.


26 June 2011 at 21:07  
Anonymous non mouse said...

"Wyrd" is a good English word...

At 20:44 yesterday, I unwittingly spoke ill of the dead. I later learned that the person Blair called to mind died - earlier this year. They say he'd spent much of his end-time in and around The Congo; he suffered the NHS death also discussed on here.

And so to prayer.

26 June 2011 at 21:38  
Anonymous Oswin said...

Steve @ 21:07 : I do hope that you don't mean me? That would be a tad offensive, and not a little innacurate.

I use the term 'British' to define far more than political union. Genetically, being 'English' encapsulates several thousand years prior to old Hengist and Horsa, as the main-stay Northern European blood-line preceded their minimal genetic influence.

The Celt and the Angle-type, were both 'Britons' before ANY other form of political/civic identity.

27 June 2011 at 16:39  
Anonymous Oswin said...

English Viking @ 19:37

I really MUST resist the temptation to further the 'pussy' idiom!

27 June 2011 at 16:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oswin@16:39 27 June 2011

As descriptions go 'Briton' is better than 'Celt' - one of which is extinct: as in Ancient Briton.

You know as well I do there are four distinct Nations in these islands. It was the work of all of our ancestors, remember?

As for 'minimal genetic influence' you haven't read the latest research between two universities.

We will survive as a Family of Nations if we keep our ethnicities intact. And yes, we are all Northern Europeans and at <0.6 per cent of the world's population we need to get a grip, or we're gone.


28 June 2011 at 17:59  
Anonymous Oswin said...

Anonymous above: I wholly agree with your last paragraph.

Further, I stand chastised for my use of the word 'Celt' an 18th, Century construct, but it is a convenient 'short-hand' understood by all etc.

I would like to know to what you refer as the ''latest research between two universities''? Similarly, You do not state the conclusion of that research; both would be useful, thank you.

29 June 2011 at 17:19  
Anonymous non mouse said...

I agree with Oswin - what is the research?

I see that a German, who's attached to both Reading and UCLondon, is this month claiming that half of us are German. How convenient for the euSSR -

Perhaps Anon is talking about this work though, which clearly contradicts Professor Sykes at Oxford, and others who believe the numbers of A/S invaders may have been lower. So perhaps we should know what Sykes has to say in response...

[Not to forget about the massacres of Anglo-Saxons, as perpetrated at Hastings and the Harrowing of the North. And that the Normans, also, made a political hay out Anglo-Saxon identity; it's an old game].

29 June 2011 at 20:13  
Anonymous non mouse said...

typos again :(. 'made political hay out of.' Sorry.

30 June 2011 at 19:57  
Blogger len said...

Perhaps we should listen to Tony ,he knows about money , made bundles of it apparently.

2 July 2011 at 12:03  

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