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Saturday, 19 December 2009

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'We need censors to tell us what to think. Don't we, Mommy?'

Former Prime Minister Tony Bliar today said he would still have done what George W. Bush told him to, even if he knew Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction, and would have still lied about those non-existent weapons existing. Which he did.

'Well, um', he said, bravely facing the harsh realities of political life by appearing on the Fern Britton Needle and Sewing Circle Show at 7am on a Sunday morning, 'you know, it's not easy being a Prime Minister.'

'What with flying over to Washington every week to get your orders, then running back to Britain to make childish claims because American voters believe such childish claims, such as the Third World country Iraq being a threat to Britain because it's a threat to American voters.'

'Ewwwww, we're so scared ! I mean, every single weapon of any sort Iraq had was given to it by the USA, including lots of chemical ones. So I think the Americans might just have known there were no wmds there, ha ha ha ha!'

'But, chaps - and yes, Fern, you look lovely in that pillow case - as long as the world's morons - Americans - believe in this shit I, um, will keep on - oh look, a flock of kosher pigs are flying past the window! Let's just hope they're going to mass-murder thousands of Palestinians with American funding, while I tell porkie pies to back up those war criminals!'

The USA is now the world's disgrace, and Tony Bliar is a war criminal that should be tried in The Hague, along with George H. Bush. Just as well the internet isn't censored yet, or there would be nowhere for intelligent informed people to put the boot into mass murderers like Bush and Bliar.

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