The despair Of The British nation.

Friday, 29 January 2010

Bliar At Chilcot.

So Little Changes Without Good Men?



Common Form (1918)

If any question why we died,
Tell them because our fathers lied
.

A Dead Statesman (1924)

I could not dig, I dared not rob,
And so I lied to please the mob.
Now all my lies are proved untrue,
And I must face the men I slew.
What tale will serve me here among
Mine angry and defrauded young?

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)


8 comments:

  1. I wonder if the Confession Box on Sunday will be booked for a lengthy session or does a certain convert treat his god in the same manner he treats us?

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  2. I doubt very much whether religion means anything to B'Liar ..

    Its just another facet of a man who has more "faces" than a box of Kippers ..

    He just adopts whichever is appropriate for the role he happens to be playing at the time ..

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  3. He just adopts whichever is appropriate for the role he happens to be playing at the time ..


    Spot on CH but the mystery is his arrogant success in getting away with it.
    Clarinda, your postulation is most likely the latter.

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  4. OR ...

    Who was it said ? (and I'm paraphrasing here) ..

    "Tell big enough lies often enough & convincingly enough and people will come to believe them" ..

    That's how he's got away with so much for so long ..

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  5. Captain, the words and the deeds are not at all that different. New Labour old Nazis!

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  6. Aint that the truth OR

    Another failed experiment in Socialism ..

    When will people learn .. it doesn't work, it never has & never will ? ..

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  7. Tony Blair still a political giant amongst pygmy's. No wonder Cameron emulates him although not too well

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  8. Anon, I don't know about Cameron but I know Bliar's wealth makes pygmies of Labour's poverty trash and sink estate morons. He's also part of the pension robber barons led by Snotty Brown. Furthermore, a political giant in the modern age, certainly Labour's, is not a title to be proud of. A giant in lies, spin and obsfucation. Yup, a colossus indeed

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