Blair Admits: Iraq a “Disaster”
News Brief – November 18, 2006
A spokeswoman for the Prime Minister’s office said on Saturday that remarks made by Tony Blair in a TV interview were not an admission that going to war in Iraq had been a disaster.
"He has not admitted the policy was a mistake," the spokeswoman said after an interview with David Frost on al Jazeera's new English-language channel.
David Frost suggested to Tony Blair that the West's intervention in Iraq had been "pretty much of a disaster".
To which the Prime Minister replied: "It has, but you see what I say to people is why is it difficult in Iraq?
"It's not difficult because of some accident in planning, it's difficult because there's a deliberate strategy… to create a situation in which the will of the majority for peace is displaced by the will of the minority for war."
In other words, Tony Blair did agree with the suggestion that the Iraq invasion had turned into a disaster, despite official denials from the Prime Minister’s office.
But this kind of double-talk has come to characterise Blair’s regime. From claims that Saddam Hussein was developing Weapons of Mass Destruction, to suggestions by Tony Blair that they could be deployed in 45 minutes, his tenure in office has been built upon exaggeration and outright lies.
Which is why he was probably chosen for the job in the first place.
Tony Blair is a consummate liar and his facility with falsehood makes him a perfect front man for the Illuminati. They give the orders and he, the obsequious liar, carries them out under a veil of half-truth and double-talk.
Without Blair’s facility in this department – his “forked tongue”, if you like – his policies or more precisely the Illuminati’s, would be all too obvious for what they were. And be it on Afghanistan, Iraq or immigration, voters would reject them outright.
So Blair is crucial to the Illuminati, his lies pave the way for their plans.
And as already stated, it was probably why he was chosen for the position of Prime Minister. Even before he became Prime Minister he was being lined up for the job with visits to a Bilderburg meeting in April 1993, while he was still Shadow Home Secretary.
Two weeks later, the then leader of the Labour Party and favoured candidate in the next General Election, John Smith, died suddenly and unexpectedly. Thereby opening the way for Tony Blair to take the reins in the Labour Party and step into the office of Prime Minister in 1997.
If it was Blair’s smooth talking g duplicity that got him into the office of Prime Minister and Britain into the “War on Terror” and the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, then it was this very quality that gave Blair his first steps to the high office.
According to former MI5 Counter Terrorism officer David Shayler, in the 1980’s Tony Blair was employed by British security services as an informant during which time we suspect he fingered many.
Which proved his worth to the elite in two ways. First he was and is a consummate liar and confidence trickster, ready to do the dirty on anyone who mistakenly put their trust in him; just as the British people discovered with the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.
Apart from proving his worth to the Illuminati however, Tony Blair’s facility with falsehood also gave the Illuminati power over him. After all, any suggestion that Blair had been an informant for the security services could spell the death knell for his political ambitions. So should he step out of line such information, no doubt kept on file and ready for just such a purpose, could easily be leaked to an obedient press.
Thereby spelling the end of Blair’s political ambitions and ensuring he always did what he was told.
Last updated 21/11/2006