Blair and Kanye West are Prostitutes 2389


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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  • Fred

    “Links and endorsement is a contentious subject where my views differ from many others here – but fred, did you know that is a scientology site you linked to?”

    I didn’t and I read the small print at the bottom and the “About Us” page where no mention was made of their connections with Scientology. That in itself, in my opinion excludes them as a reliable source of information. I will withdraw the link.

    I will stand by what I said about them inventing drugs first then inventing an illness for it to cure second though.

  • Mary

    A fleabite for the likes of JP Morgan, one of Bliar’s employers.
    A £572m fine for their involvement (serious failings) in the London Whale scam.


    Another laugh. ZBC have just had the Man of Straw on for his opinion of Dr Rouhani, who replaced Ahmadinejad. Passed AI OK by Straw.


    The presenter went on to ask him what he thought of the wearing of the veil by hospital staff. He referred to the Asian population in his Blackburn constituency (which we know all about) and said he had never seen the veil worn in his local hospital. Good piece of fence sitting.


    Saw this in the Guardian. Good for a laugh. Always thought he was a bit of a plank. Remember his breathless commentary outside the Lindo Wing recently?

    BBC presenter does live broadcast clutching stack of paper instead of iPad

    Simon McCoy baffles viewers by presenting news item after accidentally picking up refill pack of A4

  • Dreoilin

    “I have posted the Medialens article on FB, with a special note to share, something I do sparingly for better impact.”

    And I’m very glad of that too. That whole story makes me sick to my stomach. (The fact that a first grandchild is due here shortly probably makes it even harder to read.)

    From what Medialens have posted, it sounds like there was quite a bit of political interference before the report got out at all. I’m sure they would have blocked it entirely if they could.

  • A Node

    Re: recent comments about the New World Order:

    “For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as internationalists and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”

    David Rockefeller, Sr (the current patriarch of the Rockefeller family)

    “We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest.”

    James Warburg, son of CFR [Council on Foreign Relations] founder Paul Warburg

  • A Node

    ….and while I’m at it,
    Re: recent comments about the Federal Reserve:

    “Mr. Chairman, we have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks. The Federal Reserve Board, a Government board, has cheated the Government of the United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the national debt…Mr. Chairman, when the Federal Reserve act was passed, the people of the United States did not perceive that a world system was being set up here… and that this country was to supply financial power to an international superstate — a superstate controlled by international bankers and international industrialists acting together to enslave the world for their own pleasure.”

    – Congressman Louis T. McFadden, from a speech delivered to the House of Representatives on June 10, 1932

  • Abe Rene

    @A Node

    An interesting recent Vatican document: “Towards Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the context of global public authority.” Googling the title will give access to the text. It should be noted that the Vatican’s documents invoke the principle of *subsidiarity* to prevent tyranny, namely a respect for the legitimate autonomy of authorities below a universal one.

  • Emmpey

    John “insane” McCain living up to his moniker like a good ‘un. Pravda is surely giving this man space for his thinly veiled trashing of Russia so that the Russians can see for themselves what a basket-case US ‘foreign diplomacy’ is and have a good laugh. The US should ask this man to shut up – he’s beyond embarrassing.

    “Putin doesn’t beleive in you. I beleive in you. I admire the Russian people”…if he was an honest man he could have added…. “I also beleive that it was right for me to tell my interrogators the flight rotas, time-tables and targets of 50% of all US Navy aircraft operations being conducted by my collegues off the coast of Vietnam at the time I was captured, which accounted for a massive upswing in US casualties immediately after my capture and which led directly to the deaths of dozens of my commrades. Everyone in the US Navy hates my guts for doing that but I still beleive in them, even the ones that I got killed because I was chicken-shit-scared of what the Vietnamese would do to me after dropping Napalm on civilians day in day out for months on end – like a war hero does.”

  • Ben Franklin -Machine Gun Preacher (unleaded version)

    Can’t find corroboration for this. Help?

    “While Obama’s Department of Justice seeks to shield the Bush Administration by declaring their
    war crimes “business as usual,” his Department of Defense prepares to eliminate hard evidence of those crimes by destroying Syria’s stockpile of weapons of mass destruction. Those WMDs came from us. I saw canisters, “bombs,” of VX/GF in storage in Iraq. They were tagged showing they were shipped there from Ft. Rucker, Alabama by the Carlyle Group, the giant blue-ribbon finance-and-weapons conglomerate, home to former-President George H.W. Bush and other prominent war profiteers. The nerve agent VX is the deadliest chemical weapon ever made. It is useful only for the indiscriminate destruction of human and animal life. It has been outlawed internationally, most recently by the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993, by the Biological and Toxic Weapons Convention of 1972 and the Geneva Protocol of 1925. –

    See more at:

  • A Node

    @Abe Rene 19 Sep, 2013 – 3:59 pm
    Thank you. An ‘interesting document’ indeed, and surprisingly
    readable. Hard to fault the words,
    though who knows the intention or authority of a document released by
    the Vatican for public consumption. It reads very much like the
    idealistic notions I held myself before I came to suspect the motives
    of those pushing for a World Government.
    “The establishment of a world political
    Authority should be preceded by a preliminary phase of consultation
    from which a legitimated institution will emerge that is in a position
    to be an effective guide and, at the same time, can allow each country
    to express and pursue its own particular good. The exercise of this
    Authority at the service of the good of each and every one will
    necessarily be super partes or impartial: that is, above any partial
    vision or particular good, with a view to achieving the common good.
    Its decisions should not be the result of the more developed countries’
    superior power over weaker countries. Instead, they should be made in
    the interest of all, not only to the advantage of some groups, whether
    they are formed by private lobbies or national governments.”
    Interesting ideas on reforming the International financial and monetary
    systems too, but I have to ask the questions “When did the the Roman
    Catholic church become so egalitarian? And will the Vatican bank be
    subjected to the scrutiny of honest men?

  • BrianFujisan

    AWWW..Wee Sofia away on travels, i shall miss her Sweet way with words…Brilliant wit…Stay Safe

    Regards Insane McCain – The Russian’s aint impressed Surprise, surprise –

    “McCain’s response is obvious, commonplace; I would even say it’s not intelligent”, – that’s how the senator’s article was commented by Leonid Polyakov, the head of the politic science department at the Higher School of Economics.

    “I would even say it’s not intelligent” Wow, now there’s an understatement

  • Mary

    The ever brilliant John Pilger on the awful anniversary of Pinochet’s coup.

    In an age of ‘realists’ and vigilantes, there is cause for optimism

    19 September 2013

    The most important anniversary of the year was the 40th anniversary of 11 September 1973 – the crushing of the democratic government of Chile by General Augusto Pinochet and Henry Kissinger, then US secretary of state. The National Security Archive in Washington has posted new documents that reveal much about Kissinger’s role in an atrocity that cost thousands of lives.

    Hear also Vincent Jara’s widow on finding her husband’s body in a pile of corpses. His hands had been broken. He was a guitarist.

    Military Coup in Chile
    Duration: 11 minutes
    First broadcast:Wednesday 11 September 2013
    On September 11th 1973, Gen Augusto Pinochet ousted the socialist government in Chile. Hundreds of people were tortured and killed in the coup, among them the folk-singer Victor Jara. Hear his British widow Joan’s first-hand account of those historical events.


  • mike

    Two Telegraph pieces with two important dates: Saudi Arabia to become net IMPORTER of oil by 2030, and the US to become net EXPORTER of gas by 2020. It’s clear which way the tide is flowing. The question for the Saudis is do they manage the transition, partly with outside help, or do they continue to spread their vile brand of shocktroop-Islam while threatening to attack civilians at Olympic events.

    Ambrose Evans Pritchard also wrote last month’s Prince Bandar/Putin piece that covered the threats to Sochi. The guy obviously knows the energy markets, and the geopolitical configurations they entail.

    When Saudi flow rates start to plummet (along the lines of the North Sea since its 1999 peak) then they’ll be in the crosshairs. And there will be quite a queue to give them a kicking!

    McCain’s been oven-baked in Russia.

  • Daniel Rich

    “The Syrians could not conduct this war without Russian financing. We can freeze their assets. We can stop them from doing business in the United States, prevent their employees from traveling here and, in effect, impose very heavy financial pain on the Russians,” – Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat who represents the state of Connecticut, said at a US policy meeting on Iran and Syria at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington DC.

    Blumenthal was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Jane M. (née Rosenstock) and Martin A. Blumenthal, who was the president of a commodities trading firm.[4][10][11] His mother was born in Omaha, Nebraska, to a Jewish family that originated in Prussia and Baden, and his father was a Jewish immigrant from Frankfurt, Germany.[12]

    No conflict of interest as far as I can see…

  • Daniel Rich

    @ Someone,

    Q: “Dutch King Willem-Alexander declares the end of the welfare state” “Youngest monarch in Europe says people must take responsibility for their own future and create their own social and financial safety nets”

    R: A ff-ing ‘King? Who the F pays 4 u, u fat F?!

  • Rose

    Re the Coventry N Warwickshire political aspirations for Master Blair – where are the present-day Dave Nellists and Les Huckfields when you need them?

  • Mary

    Thanks for the info Someone.

    I see he’s on Twitter. I am glad he is still going strong.

    Compare his good and decent life where he has made a contribution to that of the vain war criminal Blair now touring the world picking up shekels by the million.

    Rose asked about Les Huckfield. Same website.

    Strange that both he and Dave Nellist had a connection to B.Liar. Dave shared a HoC office in their early days and Les stood in Sedgefield against B.Liar.

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