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    Blair is part of the Labour *Red* Internationale... These quiet Communists are the very people whom have opened up the borders for third world invasion.. Gillard/Rudd in Australia is the very same insane marxist breed.. Blair is the worst traitor of Britain but never as close as that of Churchill whom lusted for war with Germany as early as 1933..

    Cameron is just a stooge to the 'City of London' Bankers.. as a cockney friend once told me about him ' a top class wanker in a smart suit ' ... An that cockney supports Millwall the defenders of true England as proven last black riots in the English capital city..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgard View Post
    What did Thatcher do? Stood up to the unions, tightened immigration rules and won a war what a terrible person. As for Cameron he has not done a fraction of the damage Labour have done. His cuts are to soft not to deep.
    It has to be Thatcher the ultimate anarcho-capitalist. Despised the society she lived in, desired an unrestricted capitalist system (the legacy of which we reap today) and despised the working man and the aristocratic establishment equally. Won a war? A cynical electioneering gesture that had nothing to do with patriotism but was a crass self-agrandisement on a par with Churchill.

    No, I don't like her much.
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    The communist Blair.

    Zionism, forced multiculturalism and diversity, mass immigration, Iraq, Serbia, Afghanistan, etc, etc. His list of crimes is endless.

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    Blair, Attlee, Heath, Brown, May and Cameron

    Clement Attlee the PM who allowed Commonwealth migration.

    Despite Clement Attlee’s liberal policy, note carefully what he said here:

    “It is traditional that British subjects, whether of Dominion or Colonial origin (and of whatever race or colour), should be freely admissible to the United Kingdom. That tradition is not, in my view, to be lightly discarded, particularly at this time when we are importing foreign labour in large numbers. It would be fiercely resented in the Colonies themselves, and it would be a great mistake to take any measure which would tend to weaken the goodwill and loyalty of the Colonies towards Great Britain. If our policy were to result in a great influx of undesirables, we might, however unwillingly, have to consider modifying it. But I should not be willing to consider that except on really compelling evidence, which I do not think exists at the present time.”


    This strongly suggests to me that Clement Attlee never envisaged huge mass immigration levels from the Third World radically changing Britain’s demographics. In his time, he simply could never have imagined the insane levels of mass immigration that were inflicted on Britain from the 1990s onwards.


    Rather, when Attlee said at the end of his letter he did not envisage another “large influx,” he was referring to just 492 Jamaican immigrants (who had arrived on the “Empire Windrush”), not even thousands, or hundreds of thousands.


    Attlee regarded such Commonwealth immigration as likely to be small and not likely to cause serious problems precisely because it would remain small in numbers.

    Moreover, the very fact that Attlee was – for perfectly good reasons – not in favour of a “great influx of [sc. immigrant] undesirables” into Britain would probably get him indicted for hate speech in today’s vicious, authoritarian and politically correct Europe.

    Clement Attlee on Immigration into Britain in 1948 - Heterodox



    Ted Heath the PM who finally negotiated Britain’s entry into the European Union (then called the European Economic Community).


    Tony Blair Blair’s Labour let in 3 million immigrants, in defiance of the overwhelming wishes of the British people.

    Labour's immigration policy let in 3m in defiance of British...
    dailymail.co.uk…article-1359367…immigration…3m…
    How Labour let in 3 million immigrants, in defiance of the overwhelming wishes of the British people. ... Mass immigration is an entirely different matter. The question now is how did it ... Even Blair’s favourite think tank, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), commented recently: ‘It is no exaggeration to say that immigration..


    Gordon Brown
    through means testing, welfare in this country is now provided primarily on the basis of need rather than contribution.
    A real money bonanza for the mass invasion of immigrants.

    Why benefits system makes people cheat – The Sun


    David Cameron destroyed television and the crony gave the ‘Royal Mail’ to his mates.


    Theresa May the globalist for messing up Brexit.


    Worst: 1 Attlee, 2 Blair, 3 Heath 4 Brown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untersberger View Post
    Cameron is just a stooge to the 'City of London' Bankers..
    Every nominal "leader" since George III has been a puppet of the Rothschild family. The blood of the Boers is on their hands because they wanted gold and diamonds. The blood of two generations of Europeans is on their hands because they wanted to control Europe's money. They are evil incarnate.

    No one could do this if the crown were not his bitch:


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    Gordon Brown through means testing, welfare in this country is now provided primarily on the basis of need rather than contribution.
    A real money bonanza for the mass invasion of immigrants.
    One thing that shouldn't be forgotten about the Blair/Brown era is that Gordon sold off the nation's gold reserves in order to finance Tony's huge influx of immigrants. What an evil duo they were!

    Brown gained the reputation for being an excellent Chancellor due to the short-term 'prosperity' this sell-off brought us, but he was actually quite inept because within a few years the rate of gold had risen from $250 an ounce to well over $1.000 All I remember about his tenure as PM is that he was so damned boring The financial crash also happened on his watch, which may not have been a pure coincidence.

    I suppose the only thing that saves him from being the *worst ever* PM is that he didn't last 3 years in the job, but like all Socialists he left the economy in ruins and his successors had to clean up the mess! After Brown's departure, his Treasury Secretary even had the gall to leave a note for the incoming Tories which read: 'I’m afraid there is no money.’

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    So, Capitalist Thatcher and Communist Blair are neck and neck for worst PM since 1970...

    Quote Originally Posted by flâneur View Post
    Winston Churchill.
    Disraeli was the only Jew at #10 and nobody else but me ever seems to call him out for it. The Rothschilds rose when he did.

    Quote Originally Posted by Huginn ok Muninn View Post
    Every nominal "leader" since George III has been a puppet of the Rothschild family. The blood of the Boers is on their hands because they wanted gold and diamonds. The blood of two generations of Europeans is on their hands because they wanted to control Europe's money. They are evil incarnate.

    No one could do this if the crown were not his bitch:


    Are you saying after or including HM King George III? The rot began with the Bank and South Sea Bubble, but none of that had to do with the Crown.

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    T iny B liar the worst since Churchill







    The
    Daily Mail reported back in 2015 that Tony Blair confessed that he screwed up Iraq really bad, that he was partly responsible for the deaths and destruction of much of the country. Listen to this:

    “Tony Blair has finally said sorry for the Iraq War – and admitted he could be partly to blame for the rise of Islamic State. The extraordinary confession by the former Prime Minister comes after 12 years in which he refused to apologise for the conflict.

    “Blair makes his dramatic ‘mea culpa’ during a TV interview about the ‘hell’ caused by his and George Bush’s decision to oust Saddam Hussein.”[1]


    Now, pay close attention:

    “In the exchange, Blair repeatedly says sorry for his conduct and even refers to claims that the invasion was a war ‘crime’ – while denying he committed one.

    “Blair is asked bluntly in the CNN interview, to be broadcast today: ‘Was the Iraq War a mistake?’ He replies: ‘I apologize for the fact that the intelligence we received was wrong. “’I also apologize for some of the mistakes in planning and, certainly, our mistake in our understanding of what would happen once you removed the regime.’

    “Mr Blair was then asked whether the invasion of Iraq was the ‘principle cause’ of the rise of ISIS. The former Prime Minister said: ‘I think there are elements of truth in that. But we have got to be extremely careful otherwise we will misunderstand what’s going on in Iraq and in Syria today…

    “’Of course you can’t say that those of us who removed Saddam in 2003 bear no responsibility for the situation in 2015.’


    “’But it’s important also to realise – one, that the Arab Spring which began in 2011 would also have had its impact on Iraq today. And two – ISIS actually came to prominence from a base in Syria and not in Iraq.’”
    [2]


    Blair again admitted that there were some “elements of truths” to the charge that the Iraq War precipitated the rise of terrorist groups like ISIS.[3]


    So, if Blair described the removal of Saddam Hussein as “my crime,”[4] if he “deliberately exaggerated threat from Iraq,”[5] and if Obama has also admitted that the destruction of Iraq led to the rise of terrorist groups like ISIS,[6] why isn’t Blair behind padded cells for the rest of his natural life? Why did the joker still want to try another war?[7] Iraq is still mired in violence and terrorism, and Blair is still making millions and enjoying his life?[8] In fact, his daughter, Kathrine, upset “neighbours with plans to extend her five-bedroom £2.4million west London home”[9] in 2018.


    You see, Blair and his family are enjoying a sumptuous life. Yet he obviously expects everyone to simply forget that the Iraq War essentially destroyed virtually an entire nation. How can this man look at parents who sent their sons and daughters to Iraq to die for corrupt oligarchs and political whores like himself?[10]


    Blair even told Bush to use tricks in order to seduce the masses![11] Blair was so bent on destroying Iraq that he didn’t even accept a generous offer that Saddam’s lawyer sent him. Saddam was in the process of stepping down if that would have prevented a debacle.[12] So, what should we do to political whores and prostitutes like Blair? Put him on trial, and we all know that he deserves to be hanged. If Ted Bundy got the electric chair for killing just a few people, then people like Tony Blair deserve a beautiful and powerful rope.





    • [1] “’I’m sorry’: Historic moment Tony Blair FINALLY apologises for Iraq War and admits in TV interview the conflict caused the rise of ISIS,” Daily Mail, October 24, 2015.
    • [2] Ibid.
    • [3] Adam Taylor, “Tony Blair kind of apologized for the Iraq war, but many Brits still hate him,” Washington Post, October 26, 2015.
    • [4] Nicholas Watt, “Tony Blair makes qualified apology for Iraq war ahead of Chilcot report,” Guardian, October 25, 2015.
    • [5] Heather Stewart, “Tony Blair deliberately exaggerated threat from Iraq, Chilcot report finds,” Guardian, July 6, 2016.
    • [6] Peter Oborne, “If Chilcot fails to nail Blair’s lies, it’s final proof our democracy is broken,” Daily Mail, July 5, 2016.
    • [7] Ishaan Tharoor, “Tony Blair feels bad about the war in Iraq. But he still wants to try it again,” Washington Post, May 24, 2016.
    • [8] Sam Greenhill, “The £12m tax mystery: Tony Blair’s earnings soar by 42% (but he only pays £315,000 to HMRC),” Daily Mail, January 9, 2012; Katie Allen, “Tony Blair businesses amass £13m cash after surge in profits,” Guardian, January 5, 2014; Matt Chorley and Daniel Martin, “Tony Blair finally quits as Middle East peace envoy after concerns over conflicts of interest with his business affairs,” Daily Mail, May 27, 2015.
    • [9] “Tony Blair’s barrister daughter Kathryn upsets neighbours with plans to extend her five-bedroom £2.4million west London home,” Daily Mail, December 31, 2018.
    • [10] “Mother of Soldier Killed in Iraq: ‘I Blame Blair for My Son’s Death,’” Sputnik News, July 6, 2016.
    • [11] Oscar Williams-Grut, “MEMO: Blair tells Bush this is ‘the trick we need to take’ to get the world to support war in Iraq,” Business Insider, July 6, 2016.
    • [12] Will Heilpern, “LETTERS TO TONY BLAIR: Saddam Hussein’s lawyer wrote these letters as part of a plan for the Iraqi leader to step down before war was declared — but Blair ignored them,” Business Insider, July 5, 2016.



    “Pollutitians that should be hanged, and possibly jailed”
    Every damn one of the Western Governments, several Middle East, and African Governments. NATO countries Governments,
    all but a few South American countries Governments. Asian, Southeast Asain countries Governments are undecided but likely. Some Eurasian countries Governments. Misc. Governments. The City of London. Solve the population issue.


    Veterans Today:
    10 Politicians Who Ought to Be Jailed and Perhaps Hanged ...
    11 V 2020.



    So far to the present, these Rothschild Satraps are above the law.

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    The Blair rich project: UK P. M. Tony Blair made millions in some of the shadiest corners of the world.



    The Blair rich project: Tony Blair made millions in some of the shadiest corners of the world. But he's been outdone by son Euan - who is now worth £70m. And, from a football agent to two legal eagles, the rest of the clan aren't doing too badly either





    • Was announced this week that Euan's firm has been valued at £147 million



    • Nicky is a is a football agent specialising in the South American market



    • Cherie Blair is a leading human rights barrister and part-time judge
    • The Blair's only daughter Kathryn is a barrister, like her parents




    Cynics might describe it as the Blair Rich Project and it has clearly achieved its aim. Indeed when totting up the contents of the family coffers one is reminded of what two of New Labour's principal image shapers had to say about the lack of friction between Tony Blair's political vision and the accumulation of wealth. His close friend and one-time guru Peter Mandelson famously boasted: 'I am intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich as long as they pay their taxes.'


    And No 10 spin-doctor Lance Price once observed of Mr Blair: 'He has always wanted the best for his family and there was never any doubt that he had the capacity to go on and run 'Tony Blair' as a business, which is effectively what he is doing.' Never any doubt. But who could have predicted the former prime minister's eldest son Euan would, before the age of 40, overtake his father in the matter of personal wealth creation? And by so doing push the Blair dynasty's cumulative fortune to well past the £100 million mark.





    Cynics might describe it as the Blair Rich Project and it has clearly achieved its aim


    Little more than 20 years have passed since 16-year-old Euan Blair was found by police 'drunk and insensible' and vomiting in Leicester Square after celebrating the completion of his GCSE exams a little too hard. Having initially given a false name and address, Master Blair was slung in the cells. The episode made headlines around the world and though amusing to all — his father had been sounding off about hooligan behaviour only days earlier — it was tough on the teenager. Many of us have drunk too much as feckless teenagers.


    A rite of passage.

    But only Euan Blair has been taken home to Downing Street by Special Branch to face the music, and then have the humiliation of Alastair Campbell reading a prepared statement of apology. However, Euan learned his lesson and then some, and has knuckled down ever since. This week it was announced his education start-up Multiverse, which he co-founded in 2016 as a vehicle to aid young people find apprenticeships, had been valued at £147 million. Which means that at just 37, Multiverse chief executive Euan Blair's 47% stake is worth almost £70 million. Not bad for a former schoolboy drunk in the gutter. Yet his triumph is just the latest example of how, since his father left office in 2007, the Blairs have been raking it in. And it has not always been without controversy . . .


    Tony Blair


    When he stepped down in 2007 Mr Blair received a severance package from the state, then worth some £300,000. This included a pension of almost £64,000 a year, a further £84,000 to run his office, as well as a car, a police driver and 24-hour armed protection. But it would look like small change once he began to work with and for some of the wealthiest companies, countries and individuals in the world. As an expert in leadership and the workings of democracy, it was to the developing world, where that kind of advice was needed, that Mr Blair first turned.




    At one time Mr Blair was also the world's highest-paid public speaker, charging up to £300,000 per engagement, with a two-year waiting list for bookings


    The problem for many critics is the extent to which he has benefited personally from the coffers of some corrupt states and whether the Blair magic achieved significant changes beyond window dressing. Millions of pounds in donations poured in to the Tony Blair Faith Foundation through which he hoped to 'counter religious conflict and extremism in order to promote open-minded and stable societies'. Much of which came from Middle Eastern benefactors. Tony Blair Associates (TBA) was established in 2008 as an umbrella organisation for his global political consultancy work.


    By 2010 it was reported that he was employing 130 people with a turnover and salary bill of tens of millions of pounds. The set-up — which had a world HQ in Mayfair, London — had its detractors. In 2015, Nick Kochan a co-author of the book Blair Inc: The Man Behind The Mask wrote: 'Off-the-shelf companies called Windrush Ventures and Firerush Ventures . . . are at the centre of the corporate spider's web over which Blair presides. 'Blair's fees, and indeed all his earnings are protected by complex tax structures, nothing illegal of course, but constructed by the top accountants KPMG and are inevitably complex and opaque.' TBA's reported first client was the small and relatively democratic Gulf state of Kuwait. In 2009, Mr Blair received £1 million for advising its leaders on 'political and economic trends and governmental reform'.


    Further Gulf work came Mr Blair's way when, in 2013, his organisation acted as a go-between for the British Government and the United Arab Emirates which was threatening to pull the plug on a multi-billion-pound arms deal. The following year Mr Blair became an adviser to the Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who had come to power in a military coup in 2013. This arrangement was also funded by the UAE. President Sisi, it is fair to say, is no Mother Teresa. By then questions were being asked about a conflict of interest between Mr Blair's business dealings in the region and his role, since 2007, as Middle East peace envoy for the Quartet [countries / organisations involved in mediating the Israeli / Palestinian peace process: the UN, the EU, Russia and the U.S.]. The director of the Council for Arab-British Understanding claimed: 'There is no clear division between Blair's diplomatic dealings and business dealings in the Middle East.' This was denied by Mr Blair.


    He stepped down from his envoy role in 2015. The following year it was revealed that while in post Mr Blair had helped a Saudi oil firm break into the Chinese market. In 2010, TBA had been paid £41,000 a month plus 2% commission by PetroSaudi. Documents showed that TBA had been offered access to the Saudi king and in return invited the oil firm to have lunch with a UK government minister. A Blair spokesman denied that the deal had anything to do with his envoy role. Other commissions from other countries with questionable human rights or corruption records — such as an alleged £8 million a year to advise the president of Kazakhstan whose forces had just killed a number of street protesters — drew similar flak. Blair admitted there were 'real challenges' still but 'progress' had been made.


    Mr Blair was on less controversial but equally lucrative ground on the global speaking and corporate advice circuit. In January 2008, he became an adviser on international politics and climate change to Zurich Financial Services and a senior adviser at JP Morgan Chase, receiving £2.5 million and £500,000 per year respectively. At one time he was also the world's highest-paid public speaker, charging up to £300,000 per engagement, with a two-year waiting list for bookings. In 2012 a Blair spokesman said: 'These commercial interests provide important funding for his charitable work.' TBA was wound up in 2016.


    Mr Blair confirmed that from then on he would retain 'a small number of personal consultancies for my income, but 80% of my time will be pro bono on the not-for-profit side.' TBA has been replaced by the Tony Blair Institute For Global Change. Latest records show that it had a turnover in 2019 of $45 million (about £33 million) with $23 million (£16.5 million) being spent on staff salary packages.


    In 2014, the former Labour leader said his personal worth was less than £20 million. Others have claimed it is nearer £50 million.



    Cherie Blair


    The driving force behind the Blair property portfolio has always been Cherie Blair, a leading human rights barrister and part-time judge. No doubt her own working-class upbringing in Merseyside — her father left the family when she was five — informed her attitude that London property was a gilt-edged form of investment through which she and Tony could give their children a head start in adult life. The Blairs sold their handsome townhouse in Richmond Crescent, North London, for £615,000, shortly after moving into Downing Street in 1997, but maintained their modest constituency home in Trimdon Colliery, County Durham, (bought for £30,000 in 1983) until 2010 when it was sold for £275,000.




    The driving force behind the Blair property portfolio has always been Cherie Blair, a leading human rights barrister and part-time judge


    By then, of course, their lifestyles and fortunes had changed beyond compare. Since 2011, Mrs Blair has led Omnia Strategy, a firm specialising 'in bespoke dispute resolution and prevention globally' which aims to achieves its clients' objectives 'no matter the size, complexity or nature of the challenge'. The current accounts show it has assets of more than £4 million. Her alternative career, however, as a property investor, began inauspiciously with the 'Cheriegate' controversy in 2002 when she bought two flats in Bristol. She denied allegations that she had benefited from a discount negotiated by convicted conman Peter Foster, then boyfriend of her stylist Carole Caplin.


    The Blairs bought the house which remains their main London home in 2004, when Mr Blair was still in office. The five-storey Grade II Georgian townhouse in Connaught Square near Hyde Park was purchased for £3.65 million, but is now thought to be worth more than £8 million. A mews house at the back of the main property was bought on advice from their security services for £800,000 in 2007. The huge main mortgage was initially covered by Mrs Blair's legal income while for other outgoings the family struggled along on her husband's prime ministerial salary.


    That would change, of course. On Mr Blair leaving office and plunging into private sector employment they purchased South Pavilion, a Grade I-listed stately home in Buckinghamshire, for £4 million in 2008. The actor Sir John Gielgud had been a previous owner of the property and the gardens were designed by Capability Brown. In 2010 it was reported that the Blairs had spent £250,000 on period furniture and employed a staff of 20 at the property, which is now thought to be worth more than £10 million.



    Kathryn & Leo


    The Blair's only daughter Kathryn is a barrister, like her parents. Now aged 31, she owns two London houses. The first, worth some £1.4 million, was bought in 2013, reportedly under her mother's name before the ownership was transferred to her alone. In 2018, Kathryn paid £2.4 million for a second property in central London. She also has a property interest in Buckinghamshire.





    The Blair's only daughter Kathryn is a barrister, like her parents. Now aged 31, she owns two London houses


    In 2013 the Blairs bought a four-bedroom house near their stately home for £600,000. The purchase did not require a mortgage, Land Registry records suggest. It was soon advertised for rent for £2,500 a month. The names on the initial deed of ownership were that of Cherie and her husband's sister Sarah. By 2019 they had been replaced by those of Kathryn and her youngest brother, Leo, now 20.



    Nicky


    Nicky, the Blair's middle son, is a football agent specialising in the South American market — but working out of his mother's offices in Central London. And Companies House records show that Cherie is a co-director of Nicky's Magnitude sports agency. Mother and son have also collaborated in the property market. In 2012 Nicky and Cherie bought a Georgian townhouse in London for £1.35 million cash, sold six years later with a £400,000 profit. In 2018 Nicky and his wife Alexandra paid £2.75 million for a home in North London.





    Nicky, the Blair's middle son, is a football agent specialising in the South American market — but working out of his mother's offices in central London



    Euan

    Beside his startling start-up success reported this week Euan Blair, who had worked at the investment bank Morgan Stanley, has also been busy in the property market. Again his mother has acted as a business partner. In 2019, Cherie was listed as joint owner with Euan of his six-bedroom family home in a fashionable area of the capital, which was bought in 2013 for £3.6 million. It backed on to one of his sister's houses.





    This week it was announced Euan Blair's education start-up Multiverse, which he co-founded in 2016 as a vehicle to aid young people find apprenticeships, had been valued at £147 million. Pictured: Blair with his firm's co-founder, Sophie Adelman.


    This is but a fraction of their joint bricks and mortar portfolio. Euan and Cherie are directors and joint owners of Oldbury Residential Limited, which today — Land Registry records show — owns 31 flats and houses in Greater Manchester (ten in one street alone) bought for more than £2.4 million, to be rented out on the student market. This investments have been highly lucrative. In 2018 Oldbury reported cumulative profits of £400,000 over the previous two years. Tony Blair may have made the financial running, but son Euan is likely to become the richest Blair of them all.


    The Blair rich project: The millions made by Tony Blair ...

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news
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    How do you know a politician lies? Their lips move.


    All Western National leaders are the same. Loads of money hidden in property and Swiss or off-shore accounts.


    They are all simply actors with a shelf-life. They should be paid more than top sports people so they are less open to graft and corruption. Their bank accounts should be open to public scrutiny for life.

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    The traitor Tony Blair really opened the flood gates with mass non European immigration. His legacy will be most lasting unfortunately.
    Our beauty is our power, our strength. We can’t allow them to change us, to lessen us. I will never grant them that satisfaction, and neither should you!

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