The Pre-Iraq War Lies Conspiracy-Conspiracy: Nice Try, Tony


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Darryl Mason
Your New Reality
Friday, February 12, 2010

Tony Blair has discovered that nobody, but nobody, believes his bullshit anymore, and the possibility of far more hostile attention to come, from signing his country up for the illegal War On Iraq back in 2002, is dampening his trousers and dementing his mind. He’s now ranting like a fucking loon :

Tony Blair yesterday launched an extraordinary attack on the Iraq inquiry – as the chairman warned that he and others could be recalled over ‘gaps’ in their evidence.

Speaking on Fox News he said critics of the war were obsessed with conspiracy theories, and refused to accept that his motives were ‘genuine’.

‘There’s got to be some conspiracy behind it. Some great, you know, deceit that’s gone on, and people just find it hard to understand that it’s possible for people to have different points of view and hold them reasonably for genuine reasons.’

The claims of a conspiracy are in themselves a conspiracy….right.

Everybody knows where the deceit truly lies. That’s why so many Brits, including many, many family members of soldiers killed in Iraq, would like to see him dragged through the streets of London to the Tower.

Blair’s been abandoned by just about everybody who served with him, and it’s clear there is a ‘”If I’m going down you’re fucking coming with me” attitude developing amongst former staffers and fellow New Labour MPs.

Tony Blair on Fox News :

An absolute rictus grin. But let’s take a closer look at his eyes :

Yep, he’s shitting himself.


A taste of what’s to come in the ongoing inquiry was served up to one of Blair’s closest allies in the 2002 war to lie the UK into an illegal war :

Justice Secretary Jack Straw yesterday looked taken aback when he was asked detailed questions about official notes of conversations which apparently showed the U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell had told him the U.S. would invade Iraq ‘come what may’.

Mr Straw initially said he could not ‘recollect’ such a conversation but later agreed to consult his records after members of the inquiry made it clear they knew the conversations had taken place.

Let’s have a look at Jack Straw’s eyes on his way into the inquiry :

He’s shitting himself, too.

Even better.

It’s a shame Robin Cook isn’t still here to see all this.