Saturday, 28 May 2016

Blair a modern day Uriah Heep

It seems Tony Blair is trying to get his retaliation first before  the publication of the  Chilcot report by attacking his own Party memmmmbers.
It would be a "very dangerous experiment" for the UK to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn power, Tony Blair has told the BBC's This Week's World.
The former Labour prime minister said the centre ground needed to work out how to recover and get "its mojo back".
He also said he had "real humility" about the decisions he took on Iraq.
Mr Blair said the dislike many felt for him was less to do with the Iraq War and more to do with him winning three general elections for Labour.
"There are people who disagree with me for reasons that they say are to do with, say, Iraq, but actually are to do with the fact I won three elections for the Labour Party and they didn't like it," 

Yes that's  right Tony we don't really care that you led as into a war that has caused chaos in the Middle East the deaths of thousands and increasing terrorist here.

Mr Blair ego seems to undiminished  as in the  interview with the he dismissed the idea that Mr Corbyn's election as party leader was a direct rejection of him and his policies.
"No," "I think it's a result of the way the world works these days. But it's a big challenge for the centre... It would be a very dangerous experiment for a major western country to get gripped by this type of populist policy-making, left or right.""I do think the centre ground needs to work out how it recovers... gets its mojo back and gets the initiative back in the political debate, because... these guys aren't providing answers, not on the economy, not on foreign policy."
So what's  "his centre ground answer to austerity and foreign policy not a lot different to that other egotistical smug bastard David Cameron.

Ahead of its publication, Mr Blair told This Week's World: Blaiir presents himself as modern Uriah Heep The character Dickens  character notable for his cloying humility, obsequiousness, and insincerity,
 "I have a real humility about the decisions that I took and the issues around them.
 "I was trying to deal with this in the aftermath of 9/11 and it was very tough - it was very difficult."
And he warned of bigger terrorist attacks on Europe in future.
"You've got to open your eyes to the problem. If we don't do that we're going to store up an even bigger problem for ourselves, and we face the problem in Europe, I'm afraid, of even bigger terror attacks.
"I think we need to be in no doubt at all about the people we're dealing with here. If they could kill larger numbers of people that's what they would do,"
So Blair  seems to be preparing for a fall, by diverting any criticism as a Left wing plot and jealousy 

Is it not time that the rest of the world let alone the residents of these Islands see through this man.

1 comment:

  1. Deluded ass hole.The sooner he's inside the better.