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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 12:30 #1

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[quote]Tony Blair yesterday faced accusations of ‘megalomania’ over an interview in which he vowed to set up his own ‘leaders club’ of ex-statesmen – and appeared to dismiss the need for democracy. The ex-PM said he wanted to create a ‘cadre’ of former leaders to advise governments, saying: ‘You can get some of these guys who are fantastic executors. Why not use their talents and their experience?’ He added: ‘Why not come and help the president of this country or the prime minister of that country?’ In the profile in the American magazine Newsweek, Mr Blair also praised the authoritarian military regime in Egypt, which has been accused of human rights abuses, saying: ‘Yes, democracy is important, but democracy is not on its own sufficient. You need effective government taking effective decisions.’ The article – which described Mr Blair’s ideas of leadership as ‘close to a benevolent dictatorship’ – added that Mr Blair had concluded from the foot-and-mouth crisis of 2001, when the army slaughtered ten million sheep and cattle, that soldiers were better at emergencies than governments. When asked about his future work plans, he grandly announced: ‘I’ve done British. I suppose where I think I can make most difference is on a global level, working on things that had interested me as Prime Minister but that I was not able to devote myself to.’ Mr Blair, who made his first intervention in the Election campaign last week with a speech backing Ed Miliband and warning about the risks of leaving the European Union, said that he hoped to stay active in both politics and business well into his 90s. Explaining why he had no plans to retire, Mr Blair said: ‘I’ve got decades. I want to be seeing someone when I’m 91 after having had medical tests which show I’m getting younger. The thought of actually retiring is not... look, you have got to have some self-awareness of these things. ‘And I just know that if I do that, it would literally take me about three days before I was bored out of my mind. Took to drink or something.’ The 61-year-old has been working as a Middle East peace envoy while picking up international consultancy work that earns him millions of pounds a year. Talking about the group of ex-leaders he hoped to deploy in his business, Mr Blair suggested that only those who had risen to the top of their countries could properly relate to each other. He said: ‘The moment I’m talking to a new leader and I’m describing what I felt and what the challenges were, there’s a total and instant empathy, an immediate locking on to each other... and I know what it’s like because I’ve sat in the decision-making seat.’ Last night, Tory MP Andrew Bridgen claimed that Mr Blair’s words suggested he has ‘completely lost the plot’. Mr Bridgen added: ‘David Cameron recently announced that he would not serve a third term, on the grounds that all prime ministers go a bit mad after ten years. ‘It is becoming increasingly clear that Mr Blair’s decade in Downing Street has indeed left its mark, and he is now displaying the distinct signs of megalomania.’ [/quote] [b]SOURCE:[/b] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3035211/Ex-PM-Tony-Blair-accused-bidding-global-domination-vow-set-leaders-club.html#ixzz3X59ouTcV[img alt=" " src="i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/04/11/20/27615FB300000578-3035211-image-m-8_1428781494146.jpg" style="max-width:100%;"]
Tony Blair yesterday faced accusations of ‘megalomania’ over an interview in which he vowed to set up his own ‘leaders club’ of ex-statesmen – and appeared to dismiss the need for democracy.
The ex-PM said he wanted to create a ‘cadre’ of former leaders to advise governments, saying: ‘You can get some of these guys who are fantastic executors. Why not use their talents and their experience?’
He added: ‘Why not come and help the president of this country or the prime minister of that country?’

In the profile in the American magazine Newsweek, Mr Blair also praised the authoritarian military regime in Egypt, which has been accused of human rights abuses, saying: ‘Yes, democracy is important, but democracy is not on its own sufficient. You need effective government taking effective decisions.’
The article – which described Mr Blair’s ideas of leadership as ‘close to a benevolent dictatorship’ – added that Mr Blair had concluded from the foot-and-mouth crisis of 2001, when the army slaughtered ten million sheep and cattle, that soldiers were better at emergencies than governments.

When asked about his future work plans, he grandly announced: ‘I’ve done British. I suppose where I think I can make most difference is on a global level, working on things that had interested me as Prime Minister but that I was not able to devote myself to.’
Mr Blair, who made his first intervention in the Election campaign last week with a speech backing Ed Miliband and warning about the risks of leaving the European Union, said that he hoped to stay active in both politics and business well into his 90s.

Explaining why he had no plans to retire, Mr Blair said: ‘I’ve got decades. I want to be seeing someone when I’m 91 after having had medical tests which show I’m getting younger. The thought of actually retiring is not... look, you have got to have some self-awareness of these things.

‘And I just know that if I do that, it would literally take me about three days before I was bored out of my mind. Took to drink or something.’

The 61-year-old has been working as a Middle East peace envoy while picking up international consultancy work that earns him millions of pounds a year.

Talking about the group of ex-leaders he hoped to deploy in his business, Mr Blair suggested that only those who had risen to the top of their countries could properly relate to each other.

He said: ‘The moment I’m talking to a new leader and I’m describing what I felt and what the challenges were, there’s a total and instant empathy, an immediate locking on to each other... and I know what it’s like because I’ve sat in the decision-making seat.’

Last night, Tory MP Andrew Bridgen claimed that Mr Blair’s words suggested he has ‘completely lost the plot’. Mr Bridgen added: ‘David Cameron recently announced that he would not serve a third term, on the grounds that all prime ministers go a bit mad after ten years.
‘It is becoming increasingly clear that Mr Blair’s decade in Downing Street has indeed left its mark, and he is now displaying the distinct signs of megalomania.’

SOURCE: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3035211/Ex-PM-Tony-Blair-accused-bidding-global-domination-vow-set-leaders-club.html#ixzz3X59ouTcV
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 12:33 #2

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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 13:26 #3

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I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 13:29 #4

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It makes you wonder what they are secretly saying... what they are advertising as the next part of the plan...

A world-wide dictatorship with puppet leaders, easily removed if annoying, and easily disposable?

Things are certainly speeding up now... How long until the End Game? :ponda:
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 13:32 #5

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This IS the end game

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and cyclopaedias, in schools and universities; every-
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 13:40 #6

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Avacyn wrote:
It makes you wonder what they are secretly saying...

Revelation of the method? ... get people used to how things really are, because people are waking up to it? :ponda:

These things dont get put out there unless theyre wanted out there, as we know... theyre testing the waters, at least... and gathering data on opinion.
I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 13:42 #7

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To Avacyn's OP I would say NO.

I listened to Kerry Cassidy's interview with Simon Parkes and there were synchronicities, including my pc losing power.
You have to listen to the recording to make sense of my cryptic remarks. 2 hours or so.



PROJECT CAMELOT : SIMON PARKES RE THE GLOBAL PLAYING FIELD
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 13:56 #8

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novum wrote:
Avacyn wrote:
It makes you wonder what they are secretly saying...

Revelation of the method? ... get people used to how things really are, because people are waking up to it? :ponda:

These things dont get put out there unless theyre wanted out there, as we know... theyre testing the waters, at least... and gathering data on opinion.

Well, Newsweek could have chosen a more flattering picture for the cover... he looks like he has dined on roast baby or something. Then again, is there going to be a flattering picture of him they could use?

I reckon they are seeing if anyone reacts or notices, and if they don't... will work on sneaking it in. Blair is currently Middle East Peace Envoy, so maybe it was just the start, and we didn't notice it, now we are on to the next step? :ponda:
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To Avacyn's OP I would say NO.

I listened to Kerry Cassidy's interview with Simon Parkes and there were synchronicities, including my pc losing power.
You have to listen to the recording to make sense of my cryptic remarks. 2 hours or so.



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Thanks for the reply, nice to speak to you again! :) I'll look into the video, and watch it when I can. May be a little while, currently in story writing mode, so am a tad distracted at the moment. ;) . But given this, and the whole Wal-Mart thing, I'm getting really, really suspicious right now...
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 14:14 #9

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Avacyn wrote:
Well, Newsweek could have chosen a more flattering picture for the cover... he looks like he has dined on roast baby or something. Then again, is there going to be a flattering picture of him they could use?

Personally I like this one...



Only problem with that pic though is, if blair is such a 'leader' ... then wheres his SMOM thingy and other gold stuff? :ponda:
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 18 Apr 2015 14:25 #10

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Well, maybe he has to hide it or something? I'm sure he will be getting loads soon, after all the damage to the world he has done... utter psychopath...
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 10 May 2015 06:36 #11

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Blair is playing a role like the rest of the puppets.Each nation has their version of Hitler's Enabling Act since 2001,and rogue nations bucking the Globalist Agenda are beat down.The cashless society goes hand-in-hand with the NWO and that is why currency wars and crashes are taking place as we are in the final stages of the Endgame.It has been playing out for a long time.Quibbling over WWI is misdirection by the gang here.
Historical Revisionism is interesting,but this Hitler worship is patter and misdirection.

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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 11 May 2015 00:30 #12

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Blair needs to die - white phosphorous and crushed testicles, and a circumsision with Mtiztzvah B'peh, and to make sure - enforced sex with cherie. (that would kill anyone)
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 11 May 2015 00:40 #13

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and to make sure - enforced sex with cherie. (that would kill anyone)
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Tony Blair Bids To Lead "Benevolent Global Dictatorship" 11 May 2015 08:35 #14

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Tony Blair is Jewish through his mother
Hazel Corscadden was the daughter of George Corscadden, a butcher and Orangeman who moved to Glasgow in 1916 but returned to (and later died in) Ballyshannon in 1923, where his wife, Sarah Margaret (née Lipsett), gave birth to Blair's mother, Hazel, above her family's grocery shop.[15][16]

And the paternal line is anyone guess, though his adoptive father's name is your typical Irish name Leonard, as in Leonard O'Cohen etc..
Blair was born in Edinburgh, Scotland,[13] on 6 May 1953,[2] the second son of Leo and Hazel Blair (née Corscadden). Leo Blair, the illegitimate[14] son of two English actors

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Anthony another typical Celtic name... :wissl:
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