Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Tony Blair wanted to sack Gordon Brown but bottled out of it, he lays bare his support for Brown was a fraud for a 'failed' Prime Minster

Dear All

It seems that the phoney front that unity exists in the Labour Party has been laid bare for all to see.

Tony Blair now tells us he considered sacking Gordon Brown as Chancellor.

He bottled out of that idea because he feared such a move could have led to civil war.

Some wars are worth fighting.

Blair’s has a book out called ‘A Journey’ to try and boost his reputation as being someone relevant to Britain.

The book is of course self publicity to sell the Blair image for future profits and power.

In the book Blair describes the ‘nutcase’ Brown as “maddening” but opines it is better to have him in government rather than out leading a left-wing rival faction.

To pour petrol on the fire Blair believes his former colleague is a failed Premier.

That is not news; you only had to look at the stories pouring out over months and months of a lack of direction.

In true PR style, he paints himself as a moderniser and a rebel.

Given the quisling and sycophantic nature of Blair toadying to the Americans, rebel is hardly the word for him, he was bought and paid for and now reaps the rewards post premiership.

And so do his children, recently his daughter got a £1 million house bought for her, blood money earned over the corpses of British, Afghan and Iraqi dead.

When Blair pondered on occasion about getting rid of Brown, he “bumped up against the same uncomfortable but incontrovertible reality” that he was “head and shoulders above the others”.

And what does it say that a lunatic was the best option?

So, Blair decided that it was better to have him in the tent pissing out rather than outside pissing.

This tawdry book confirms Blair had plotted against his rival, despite publicly declaring his support.

In other words more spin and lies fed to the public.

Money from the sale of the book is going to the Royal British Legion to help rehabilitate injured soldiers, they should have refused that money out of respect for the families of the dead and injured.

Tony Blair is a war criminal who openly walks the corridors of power with immunity and the British public can’t touch, he literally got away with murder and torture.

His international legacy is the Iraqi War, so many innocent people died so Blair could suck up to George W Bush.

Tony Blair made the world and Britain unsafe, unfair and unequal that is his domestic legacy.

Britain is a third rate country with second rate ambitions.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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