To Whom It May Concern
It was horrifying to watch Prime Minister Blair of England, crowing to near blood vessel bursting point like an early morning Rhode Island Red Roaster, on a recent Jeremy Paxman, BBC Newsnight TV programme, that he, and he alone, with no mention of the Americansí role in it after their dreadful 9/11 terrorists, high rise twin-towers buildings aeroplanes disasters, had sent England to war on Iraq simply based on the premise that he thought that the world would be a better and safer place to live in, if he was allowed the overthrow of its leader, Saddam Hussein.
He, being awfully cock-sure of himself, only interested in securing a third term in office, whatever the cost of the downfall of England by the mess he has made of it caused by his favoured preference of prancing the world stage, easily pulled the wool over the eyes of Englandís Members of Parliament, saying that, Iraq was able to deploy weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes, now proven not to be the case, as read in The Mail On Sunday newspaper, namely, "Proof Blair WAS told war could be ruled illegal".
The Tories having supported the war by honourably being taken in by the reasons given by Tony Blair, the taunt for that coming from Charles Kennedy, leader of the Liberal Democrats, that his Party was the only one opposing it, was, perhaps, a ploy for his claim to becoming the true opposition Party, therefore, a dogmatic opposing reason that needs to be highlighted, and fully addressed by Michael Howard, leader of the Conservative Party to shut Kennedy up on his upbraid.
Today, two years after the war was declared by the USA won, fighting is fearsomely raging on in Iraq causing many fatalities with the Prime Minister adamant that as he was right to send England to war on Iraq, he has no apology to make - indignant.
What if another nation chose likewise to get rid of Tony Blair, that way, for he was also responsible for the illegal shoot-up of Serbia, causing the BBCís Olga Gís affectation, mournful drones in support as we watched the thousands of people leaving their homes in Kosovo to flood into Macedonia after the Blair devastating air shoot-up of that part of Serbia, and, doubtless onwards transmission to Blair's spin-doctored England.
Notwithstanding the above incomprehensible actions by Englandís Prime Minister, Blair, he was unable to say how many illegal immigrants that he has allowed stay in this country when the Paxman question was put to him 20 times, doubtless as the ethnic imbalance is reaching a stage where England can no longer claim to be calling itself English, he was unwilling to reveal the devastating figure, a figure that he could hope to depend upon to ensure his third term of office.
Today Iíve received my official poll card for the Parliamentary General Election for Thursday the 5th of May 2005, the question is, can England now really trust Tony Blair, as we now learn of the gerrymandering that has been brought to book over postal voting fraud - another New Labour mishandling of affairs.
That said, Iím pleased that Michael Howard is taking up the Stephen Glover, Daily Mail of Tuesday 19 April article "Why arenít Mr Blairís lies THE election issue?" that saw coming from Blair on TV a "Blustering Tony Blair (who) pleaded yesterday for an end to attacks on his character and integrity" - such gall, rancour, bitterness - a palpable fraud, trying to browbeat the electorate otherwise.
"Liar Taunts Haunt Blair" writes the Daily Mail.
With all the proof revealed, that is absolutely right to be so, and right that the country should now get rid of him.
Kings Jazz Review
Tuesday the 26th of April 2005