Blair and Kanye West are Prostitutes 2389


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The Tony Blair House Journal (editor Alan Rusbridger) reports on Kanye West’s disgusting private performance for the Kazakh dictator and his family, and takes a sideswipe at David Cameron for visiting that country.

But peculiarly they fail to mention that Tony Blair receives US $4 million a year as a consultant to the worker murdering Kazakh dictator, and that Alistair Campbell and Jonathon Powell as well as Blair visit to give this support – which has included a behind the scenes campaign to help Nazarbaev win the Nobel Peace Prize, fortunately with no result to date.


2,389 thoughts on “Blair and Kanye West are Prostitutes

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  • Anon

    There are many Guardian articles strongly critical of Blair for his relations with Nazarbayev. I recall that Nick Cohen’s was particularly forceful.

  • John Goss

    A bit harsh on Rusbridger methinks. He’s a puppet of his masters. At least he has Glenn Greenwald writing one of the biggest exposés this year (century) with the NSA revelations released by Edward Snowden.

  • Jay

    Tony Blair can only be catergorised as a limpet enately positioned on a say Sperm Whale that is the current global system.

    I think we ain’t killing this system we have really got send echos through to all parties and get this Whale we have got off the beach and swimming in clear water.

    Who knows we may mate and continue swimming in these great waters!

  • Komodo

    If I were in the Nazarbaev league, I’d cheerfully cancel the new palace conservatory and pay £3m not to have Kanye West on the same continent. Or any other rapper. Nazarbaev is being ripped off by a posturing talentless tool….fine by me.

  • Jon

    John, yes I noticed that part about Sting. At the time, he rather angrily rejected the notion that he was providing cover for the Karimov regime, but he may well have quietly changed his mind on such things. If so, good for him – it is better to allow people to make dreadful mistakes than to condemn them permanently, imo.

  • Komodo

    Anon, stop being a pain in the arse. I’ve often linked to the Wail. Shit paper, neanderthal editor, but some very good journalism on occasion. And capable sometimes of acknowledging that all was not for the best in this best of all conservative worlds. I don’t expect you to understand this from your standpoint – namely: “me and my mate* Rubbaduk founts of all wisdom, Murrayistas lefty conspiracy theorists. ”

    If you don’t like Murrayistas (and even I will admit the devotion gets a bit slavish at times) WTF are you doing on Murray’s blog at all?

    *the blue glasses cult?

  • John Goss

    Komodo “some very good journalism on occasion”. I agree. No paper has so religiously campaigned for an inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly and Miles Goslett’s investigative journalism on that topic has been superb.

  • Sofia Kibo Noh

    The statesman Blair wants us to believe, international action is required to prevent the country from becoming a “breeding ground for extremism….
    What’s to be done to help the Syrian people?
    …we have collectively to understand the consequences of wringing our hands instead of putting them to work… ”
    …contemplate the future consequence of inaction and shudder: Syria mired in carnage between the brutality of Assad and various affiliates of al Qaida*, a breeding ground of extremism infinitely more dangerous than…
    … a nightmare scenario” for the West …
    …I know as one of the architects of policy after 9/11 the controversy, anguish and cost of the decisions taken….
    …the forces that made those interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan so difficult are of course the very forces at the heart of the storm today…
    …they have to be defeated. We should defeat them, however long it takes because otherwise they will not disappear…
    …they will grow stronger until, at a later time, there will be another crossroads and this time there will be no choice…

    Well thanks Tony, Let me get it straight. There’s a job of work to be done in Syria and the only possible tools are bombs and weapons supplies to those he freely admits are affiliates of al Qaida .
    The fact that he’s the one who lied us to war in Iraq doesn’t seem to register with him or the Telegraph. It’s as though we’ve obediently “moved on” and are looking to him to explain to us why we should loyally swallow another killer fishy tale”.
    When he finally is called to answer for his actions, and there’s probably plenty of time since he looks a like healthy enough 60 year old, I do hope he isn’t imprisoned. I think it would be far more appropriate for him to have to do Community service in one of the Iraqi towns that his actions blighted.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/10267283/Tony-Blair-military-intervention-in-Syria-vital-to-prevent-breeding-ground-for-extremism.html

    *Not to be bombed I suppose even if it transpires, as seems ever more likely, that it was their gas all along.

  • John Goss

    Was it you Komodo who originally posted this link from the Mail (which was since taken down)? A good piece of journalism. The email exchange from Britam Defence cannot be denied, so the chemical attack on Syria was planned by the US with our complicity all along.

    http://web.archive.org/web/20130129213824/http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2270219/U-S-planned-launch-chemical-weapon-attack-Syria-blame-Assad.html

    These government leaders of the west are just as bad as Karimov and Nazarbayev. I have to live in this country which brings shame on my good name.

  • Passerby

    Prostitutes sell the only asset they have; their body. bLair and co sell their; conscience, principles, humanity for money they do not need. As seen in the photo bLiar is akin to a grinning gremlin who knows he has messed up yet another chance of a better quality of life for a different group of people, albeit foreign, nonetheless people.

    This gremlin is only happy when he is causing misery, death, and destruction, whilst tea leafing all that is left unattended, and is not screwed down.

  • Krishnamurky

    As this is a “truth” blog, may I raise an issue that baffles me. So how come the Scottish have an overall propensity for truth,etc but the scotch-irish “orangemen” (blair,paisley,mccain,mccormick,etc) have turned out different? Or is it just a specific clan of scot banshees that migrated into Ireland? Or that perception simply has no truth in it?

  • Komodo

    Just to highlight this: we have collectively to understand the consequences of wringing our hands instead of putting them to work… ”

    Who’s this “we”, then? Unless he’s decided to dispense with them, Blair has a taxpayer-funded security team to ensure that he never gets within a distant whistle of a bullet. And it’s his mouth he works with, not his hands.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/7870784/Tony-Blairs-security-team-cost-the-taxpayer-250000-a-year.html

  • Habbabkuk (La vita è bella!)

    @ Komodo (talking to Anon)

    “If you don’t like Murrayistas (and even I will admit the devotion gets a bit slavish at times) WTF are you doing on Murray’s blog at all?”
    _____________________

    Well, it could be that Anon finds (at least some of) Craig’s posts interesting but is distressed by some of the nutters, obsessives and West-haters Craig unfortunately seems to attract and so wishes to show the wider readership that there are a few sane posters here as well. He may also – as I am – be attempting to educate some of the said nutters, obsessives and West-haters; a difficult, perhaps even hopeless task but one for the undertaking of which Anon deserves our gratitude.

    ****************

    La vita è bella, life is good! (no bombs yet, no WW3…)

  • Abe Rene

    Now let’s be honest. Isn’t envy an important motive behind this hurling of vitriol against people lefties love to hate?

    Some people are born lucky, and by whatever combination of background, talent and work, become wealthy.

    The rest of us – let us be thankful that we don’t live in countries from which people might wish to migrate here, by legal means or otherwise!

  • AlcAnon

    La vita è bella, life is good! (no bombs yet, no WW3…)

    I suspect you didn’t notice Obama upgrade the Syrian problem from a humanitarian response to a National Security issue.

  • Komodo

    “He may also – as I am – be attempting to educate some of the said nutters, obsessives and West-haters; a difficult, perhaps even hopeless task but one for the undertaking of which Anon deserves our gratitude.”

    The only obsessive I’ve seen round here is yourself, Rubbaduck. And all you’re doing is enjoying some kind of mental masturbation. A few facts, or even opinions backed by credible sources, would perhaps change my view of you. Which would be a necessary prerequisite of any actual “education”, it seems to me.

    F’r instance, what, in your superior opinion, would be the best/any solution to the Israeli – Palestinian dispute? Now it could be argued that I am obsessive on this point, and no doubt will be. But is it any less obsessive to evade the question for what must be the 12th – or more- time of asking?

    And when did you last beat your wife?

  • Ben Franklin -Machine Gun Preacher (unleaded version)

    “I suspect you didn’t notice Obama upgrade the Syrian problem from a humanitarian response to a National Security issue.”

    For public consumption, AA. It’s been in the drawer all the time. But they will insist the two are the same. It would be a tragedy if they missed an opportunity to exploit International Law.

  • John Goss

    Komodo I see the Mail’s apology but it may have been leaned upon by the Zionists the way they leaned upon Hague when he said the Israeli response of killing 1000 civilians and soldiers in retaliation for the death of 6 Israeli soldiers was ‘disproportionate’. The email has a ring of authenticity about it. The apology comes on 18 August for an alleged email of December 25th just before the chemical attack. That was peculiar timing, just 3 days before the attack took place. There’s more to this than meets the eye.

    My guess would be that the Yanks would not have used Britam after Infowars revealed the email, assuming it is genuine. So another defence contractor probably got the dosh. 25th of December seems an odd day to be sending such an email but perhaps the Yanks promised the dosh as a Christmas present. It fits in with the kind of sick world we live in.

  • Ben Franklin -Machine Gun Preacher (unleaded version)

    “Indeed, unprecedented weapons distribution started in all opposition camps in Hatay Province on Aug. 21-23. In the Reyhanli area alone, opposition forces received well in excess of 400 tons of weapons, mainly anti-aircraft weaponry from shoulder-fired missiles to ammunition for light-guns and machine guns. The weapons were distributed from storehouses controlled by Qatari and Turkish Intelligence under the tight supervision of U.S. Intelligence.”

    http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/08/28/mounting-evidence-raises-questions-about-syrian-chemical-weapon-attack/

  • Anon

    “The only obsessive I’ve seen round here is yourself, Rubbaduck”

    You are joking, right? What with yourself, the self-righteous obsessive poster Mary and various others clogging up the threads with your anti-Western drivel backed up by mountains of copy-and-paste that no one ever reads “credible sources” the only thing Habbabkuk and I obsess about is that the good name of our host is not dragged down by the hardcore of sad obsessives whom he has the misfortune of following him.

    And you have the gall to call for a measured opinion about the best way to achieve a lasting peace in Palestine! Whatever next, Komodo? A discussion about how best to end the conflict in Syria? You’re on the wrong blog, mate. The comments on this blog say, “Israel and its Western puppets are responsible for all evil, to claim anything less makes you a Zionist shill/Hasbara wanker/troll/paid agent of Israel”.

    As for your earlier reply, can we agree that the Daily Mail does “very good journalism” only when a particular article can be used to support your warped anti-Western outlook?

  • Anon

    “I see the Mail’s apology but it may have been leaned upon by the Zionists”

    More likely they got it wrong, John.

    “25th of December seems an odd day to be sending such an email but perhaps the Yanks promised the dosh as a Christmas present. It fits in with the kind of sick world we live in.”

    More an indicator of the odd world you live in, John.

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