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31st August 2011
If your moral compass indicates that the previous post’s “revelations” were a shocker – Thatcher beds Blair – the revelations here will slam it right through the top of your shockometer.
Or they should, if your moral values are anything like mine.
Tony Blair Kills Two Colleagues
He doesn’t just order them both to be killed, as conspiracy fantasists like to suggest regarding at least one A N Other. Not on your whygetyourhandsdirty nelly! He physically, personally pushes one of them off a cliff!
And who, in this malign attack dressed up as creative arts, was the unfortunate victim of the evil, immoral, sinful, iniquitous, wicked, repulsive, lousy, nefarious, loathsome – [pause for breath] – not to mention murderous prime minister?
None other than the late Robin Cook, who died of a heart attack in 2005, aged 59.
Mr Cook , the hero of the anti-war warriors was the former Cabinet minister who just happens to have resigned in Parliament over Blair’s Iraq motion.
NOTE – VOTE in PARLIAMENT which Blair won by 412 votes to 149. A majority, one might suggest. More below on Robin Cook’s life and death.
And the other victim of Blair’s murderous hand?
The late John Smith, the Labour party leader who preceded Blair. He too died of a heart attack, aged 54, on 12th May 1994. And just to prove that his “killer” Tony Blair is an evil, immoral … [you know the rest] .. that was even before Blair had contaminated his soul by allying with the evil, immor … Americans.
I mentioned the clear COLLAPSE OF MORAL VALUES in the previous posts. But this is more than that. It is nothing less than accusations of murder.
A LITTLE ‘RICH’ (TO COIN A LYING PHRASE)
In this report at The Guardian the Director Peter Richardson, who co-wrote the comedy with Pete Richens said he had been sensitive to the portrayal of real people in the film, including Smith and Cook, who is pushed off the top of a hill by Blair.
What!? He had been sensitive to the portrayal of “real people”?
As far as Blair & Thatcher are concerned he has been about as sensitive as the proverbial bull! Presumably they are not real people. They nor their families.
Excerpt, Guardian (where he worries about DEAD people!!! Really dead real people!) –
“Yes I do worry about Robin Cook and John Smith. There’s no suggestion he actually did murder these people; it’s ridiculous and not true,” he told the Media Guardian Edinburgh International Festival.
“There’s no suggestion he…” ? Can’t bring yourself to even mention his name? I know the feeling you towering tw*t.
So why bloody-well write it if there’s “no suggestion”, you utterly reprehensible pair of populist, money-grabbing, prize nincompoops? There is exactly such a suggestion. We realise it is ridiculous and not true, but WHY write and broadcast this tripe?
Why tell the invented tale of a Hunt For Tony Blair and paint an utterly fanciful story about his having killed two of his closest political friends?
ANSWER – YOU IDIOTS!!!!!
You, Richardson, and your arty-farty anti-Iraq war pals may well “want to see Tony Blair chased” but that is beside the point.
I’d like to see you roasted slowly over a spit till you scream in anguish, but I’m not about to write a piece depicting it.
Just so you know I too have spent much of my life in the arts, so I’m not some prissy stick-in-the-mud regarding experimental artistic licence.
As for coinciding this ‘film’ showing with the release of the Chilcot Report – what’s all that about?
Have you been told when exactly Chilcot will publish? Because, as I understand it, Mr Blair hasn’t.
Perhaps you’ll be kind enough to let him know through my blog. I’ll pass it on with your best wishes and sincere apologies – according to your legal advice.
In the next post I will look at the responses or/and coverage of this Tale From Two Twits and try to cast some light on what exactly is going on here.
The MP for Livingstone died of a heart attack aged 59 while hill-walking with his wife, Gaynor, in August 2005. An outspoken critic of the government’s decision to topple Saddam Hussein’s regime, Cook quit his post as leader of the House of Commons in 2003 in protest at the policy.
Mr Cook took ill while hill walking in the Scottish Highlands and was pronounced dead in hospital after he fell eight feet down a ridge, near the summit of 2,365ft Ben Stack.
A postmortem examination concluded that he died from hypertensive heart disease.
As it happens Robin Cook was also a leading light in going into Kosovo without a UNSC resolution. War crime, anyone?
- See – 18th March 2003, Parliamentary approval for the invasion of Iraq
- Wikipedia – Robin Cook
- Cook’s Resignation speech
Not that this is the only example of stretching truth and scurrilous lying for dramatic effect and box-office cash. The Anglo/French film The Iron Lady is particularly unkind, nasty, even spiteful towards the elderly and infirm Margaret Thatcher.
And we’re constantly told that the politically Left is oh-so-caring, aren’t we? But at least Baroness Thatcher is not accused of murder.
“Pathe says the story is about ‘power and the price that is paid for power’ and claims her health is ‘treated with sensitivity’. It concedes the film is fiction but says it is ‘fair and accurate’. “
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