All Contents of Site, 2012
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27th January 2012
My original All Contents page must have been overfed. It now refuses to let me update it.
So I’ve decided to make a new page for Contents updates, posts beginning this year. Well, with just a few posts from old page (still viewable here) which didn’t seem to want to be listed on the old page.
- Tony Blair was right on Chirac & UN Resolution on Iraq
- Putin conspired with France’s Chirac to block UN Resolution on Iraq
- Crazy Constellations! TB? It’s written in the stars. I’m NOT making this up!
- Statement from the Office of Tony Blair: Sunday Telegraph expenses story
- Twitter fails to act over Ed Miliband lookalike’s anti-Israel death threats
- BBC’s (& Quentin Letts’) ‘let’s pretend’ obituary for Tony Blair
- Matthew Parris – “I do love Blair’s Britain”
- Tony Blair’s Desert Island Discs choices (download audio)
- Enjoy the Tony & Leo Picture, and Rage against the Darkening of The Guardian
- For Julie
- Debt Relief. Radical thinking by Steve Keen. Solution – write off ALL our debts
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Comment samples follow from the Ban Blair-Baiting petition
1. I completely agree with everything that has been said on this website. As Prime Minister, Tony Blair worked tirelessly and selflessly in the interests of the people, and continues to do so today. He is primarily a humanitarian, and doesn’t deserve any of the vitriol that has been levelled at him. He was a great Prime Minister, is a thoroughly decent man; and should in my opinion, be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his outstanding work. – David Miliband (New Labour’s heir) for the next PM!
2. Best politician in Britain by a long way.
3. Fully support the petition. The criticism of Mr Blair has gone way beyond anything acceptable and seems to be carried out mainly by those who are looking to wash their hands of any involvement in supporting the Iraq war at the time. It is very easy to be ‘wise after the event’ and to make assumptions about how much Mr Blair knew or did not know before the war. In these people’s eyes, the former PM is guilty whatever the evidence.
4. An excellent petition this for a very undervalued PM. A PM who is not only the best in my lifetime but my parents lifetime too!