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A Feeble Minded Shadow Government and More
You will be aware from my previous e-mails to you that I was against Prime Minister Tony Blair taking England to the wars on Kosovo and Iraq.
The startling articles by political editors, Benedict Brogan and Paul Eastham in the Daily Mail of Monday 18 July “Iraq War Made Britain Terror Target” as claimed by The Royal Institute of International Affairs stating that “the bloody aftermath of the (Iraq) war damaged the UK’s ability to fight terror at home”, when “Mr Blair was quick to deny that the London bombers were responding to the situation in Iraq” reads to me that the power of la la PM is hoodwinking you all again for your PC support and perhaps that of the Daily Mail just like he did to you over WMD (Weapons Of Mass Destruction) created by Saddam Hussein of Iraq to wage war on him – none ever having been found.
A number of New Labour MPs, the leading voice among them being George Galloway stated that “Londoners had paid the price for Iraq”, whilst Shadow Foreign Secretary Liam Fox is rejecting direct links makes me wonder who between them all has got it right.
The revelation in today’s Daily Mail by Nick Craven, Beth Hale and James Chapman states that “Sheik Omar Bakri Mohammed said the re-election of Tony Blair led to the carnage”, whilst Tory MP Julian Brazier said, “He’s abused our hospitality in the most outrageous fashion”. Well, well now, reading further “By re-electing Blair it (the total electorate) shows it did not have any sense of responsibility” also putting blame on the British Government for the suicide bombers.
What not does Brazier have to say about New Labour’s Asylum Seekers Policy?
Inept like the rest of you, showing the Shadow Government in disgustingly, poor light, feeble minded in not calling for the resignation of Tony Blair to prevent further damage he and his Party are about to make on England – pressing home tenaciously to see it through.
One term is enough for anyone to lead the country as tendency has shown like Blair that they all get power hungry to stay after their sell by date wrecking all the good first thought up by them.
Kings Jazz Review
Wednesday the 20th of July 2005
I fully endorse today’s Daily Mail Comment on page 12 – “Shouldn’t THEY be put in the dock? i.e. Blair : Goldsmith : Scarlett, and, “Not this brave solder, Colonel Mendonca” – showing one and a half by two inches photographs of them, covering the two inner columns of the page in black background.
The article in pulling no punches in expression of its subject has two highlights – “ Our troops thrown to the wolves by politicians” and the other, “A propaganda gift to the apostles of hate” gives much credit to the Daily Mail for its stark openness to the nation in the time when London suffers at great cost and loss of lives at the wraith of suicide bombers targeting appallingly at the city’s transport network for their purpose.
Friday the 22nd of July 2005