Blair’s “A Journey”. Guardian learns s-l-o-w-l-y from Blair Supporter

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    13th July 2010

    UPDATE: Eagle-eyed John Rentoul links here. He too spotted the earth-shattering ground-breaking change to the indefinite ‘A’ Journey a week ago.  Truth-seekers united, anyone?

    Guardian finally notices Blair’s “The Journey” is now simply “A Journey”

    I told them that exactly a week ago!

    Par for the course, since they instinctively misread, misunderstand and misreport just about everything.

    The Guardian LIES again, here at Robert Booth’s report, as is their wont. Mr Blair has not “been forced to change” the title of his book. He has chosen to, of his own volition. Odd thing that – having a volition which is one’s own, is it not, Little CIFers?

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    Thought I should add a few earlier posts on the Guardian and its little CIFers:

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    Does The Guardian’s Gary Younge understand the meaning of “own volition”?

    Will he now apologise for his “errors”?

    Do Guardianistos get “the troof”?

    All candidates for numbers xyz in the Rentoul serious?

    Oh, and, by the way, little Guardianistos, Mr Blair, the hero of Kosovo, is wearing the same black, open-necked shirt as he was when A JOURNEY was THE JOURNEY. (Compare pics here.)

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    You can pre-order (at half-price) – Tony Blair’s ‘A Journey’ here. Due for release on 2nd September, 2010

    DELUGE OF ‘POWER’ BOOKS?

    Peter Mandelson’s ‘The Third Man’ is due for release in a day or two.

    Alastair Campbell’s Dairies – ‘Prelude to Power’ – is available here – Alastair Campbell Diaries, Vol 1

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