What happened to Tony Blair

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He was supposed to bring peace to the ME four years ago.

Has he done anything yet?

Did he get fired?

What?
 

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Well, there was this house...and a witch ...and possibly a dog nammed 'Toto'...
 

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The only things Tony Blair has ever done well is lying and lining his own pockets. You'll have a long wait if you're expecting that charlatan to perform.
 
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He was supposed to bring peace to the ME four years ago.
Bring peace with these animals, dink?

Allah, oh our Lord
Vanquish your enemies, enemies of the religion [Islam]
in all places
Allah, strike the Jews and their sympathizers,
the Christians and their supporters
the Communists and their adherents
Allah, count them and kill them to the last one,
and don't even leave even one.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrI8-qb9M9A]Hamas: Kill Christians and Jews "to the last one" - YouTube[/ame]
 
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The Quartet's envoy to the Middle East, Tony Blair, is trying to improve his perpetually tarnished image and convince the world that his job actually matters. Speaking at the International Conference on Economic Regional Cooperation in Tel Aviv, he said that he was optimistic about the prospects for peace in the region. He said that he was working to get the Israelis and the Palestinians back to the negotiating table and the only way to resolve the conflict was the creation of a viable Palestinian state (How many times have we heard this before?). Tony Blair was hosted at the conference by Silvan Shalom, the Deputy Prime Minister in an Israeli government which no longer bothers to hide its contempt for the "peace process" and the very idea of peaceful coexistence with the Palestinians and its opposition to the creation of anything resembling a viable Palestinian state.

Tony Blair's latest intervention comes at a time when even President Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority seem to have given up on the peace process. For years, they bent over backwards to please the Israelis and the West, arresting Palestinians who believed in resistance to the Israeli occupation, engaging in armed conflict with Hamas after it won democratic elections, and offering unpalatable concessions to the Israelis which caused it great embarrassment when they were leaked. All they got in return was a deepening of the occupation and the expansion of settlements.

The Palestinian Authority now seems to have given up on the negotiations in practice, if not officially. It signed a reconciliation agreement with Hamas in May, over vociferous threats from the Israelis that that would mean the end of the peace process. No one took those threats seriously because it was quite obvious that there was no peace process.

The Quartet's envoy is no longer relevant
 

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He moved to israel as he was protected for his actions there, whereas in England he didnt feel safe walking a half mile from his house, the man is detested I wonder if the going rate is still 30 shekels of silver?
 

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He moved to israel as he was protected for his actions there, whereas in England he didnt feel safe walking a half mile from his house,...
That is understandable, of course, muslim settler thugs behave like they own England.
 

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What exactly would you have him do? would Hamas and the other terror groups listen to him anyways?
 

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He moved to israel as he was protected for his actions there, whereas in England he didnt feel safe walking a half mile from his house, the man is detested I wonder if the going rate is still 30 shekels of silver?
You posting on your daily 18 hour siesta in spain, bankrupt twat? :lol:
 
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He moved to israel as he was protected for his actions there, whereas in England he didnt feel safe walking a half mile from his house, the man is detested I wonder if the going rate is still 30 shekels of silver?
Actually, it was Talents.

You have only one talent. Prevarication.
 
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British Defence Secretary Liam Fox has questioned the qualifications of Middle East envoy Tony Blair, who is already facing criticism from the Palestinians over his peace role.

"Given his record as prime minister of the UK, I'm not exactly sure what the great qualities are of Tony Blair to make him such an exceptional international statesman," Fox said, according to the PoliticsHome website.

On Saturday, Palestinian negotiator Nabil Shaath renewed Palestinian charges of pro-Israeli bias against Blair, although he said they had not submitted any official request for him to be removed from his post.

"His major worry is not to anger the Israelis, and therefore he ended just selling their programmes, their projects, and if he does that his usefulness would be extremely limited, to us," Shaath said.

British minister criticises Blair over Mideast role - Yahoo! News
 

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British Defence Secretary Liam Fox has questioned the qualifications of Middle East envoy Tony Blair, who is already facing criticism from the Palestinians over his peace role.

"Given his record as prime minister of the UK, I'm not exactly sure what the great qualities are of Tony Blair to make him such an exceptional international statesman," Fox said, according to the PoliticsHome website.

On Saturday, Palestinian negotiator Nabil Shaath renewed Palestinian charges of pro-Israeli bias against Blair, although he said they had not submitted any official request for him to be removed from his post.

"His major worry is not to anger the Israelis, and therefore he ended just selling their programmes, their projects, and if he does that his usefulness would be extremely limited, to us," Shaath said.

British minister criticises Blair over Mideast role - Yahoo! News
Is it any wonder even Arabs can't stand the Palestinian excrement?

Wall Street Journal: "The Arab World's Dirty Secret".
As Israelis and Palestinians prepare to visit Washington next week to begin direct peace talks, it's worth recalling what refugees the Palestinians are—in Arab countries.

Last week, Lebanon's parliament amended a clause in a 1946 law that had been used to bar the 400,000 Palestinians living in the country from taking any but the most menial jobs. "I was born in Lebanon and I have never known Palestine," the AP quoted one 45-year-old Palestinian who works as a cab driver. "We want to live like Lebanese. We are human beings and we need civil rights."

The dirty little secret of the Arab world is that it has consistently treated Palestinians living in its midst with contempt and often violence. In 1970, Jordan expelled thousands of Palestinian militants after Yasser Arafat attempted a coup against King Hussein. In 1991, Kuwait expelled some 400,000 Palestinians working in the country as punishment for Arafat's support for Saddam Hussein in the first Gulf War.

For six decades, Palestinians have been forced by Arab governments to live in often squalid conditions so that they could serve as propaganda tools against Israel, even as millions of refugees elsewhere have been repatriated and absorbed by their host countries. This month's vote still falls short of giving Palestinian Lebanese the rights they deserve, including citizenship. But it's a reminder of the cynicism of so much Arab pro-Palestinian propaganda, and the credulity of those who fall for it.

The Huffington Riposte: WHO ARE THE GREATEST PERSECUTORS OF THE PALESTINIANS? NOT ISRAEL, IT IS THE REST OF THE ARAB WORLD
 
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Tony Blair has always been a worthless piece of crap.

Who appointed him?

How much is he overpaid?

Whose money is being used to pay him?
 

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Tony Blair has always been a worthless piece of crap.

Who appointed him?

How much is he overpaid?

Whose money is being used to pay him?
The Brits invented the Fakestinians, so, show some respect! :lol:

Guy Milliere, Eminent Professor of History and Political Science, Sorbonne, Paris :clap2:
No one had heard of a Palestinian people before the mid-1960s. They did not exist. Israel under the British Mandate until Israel' s Independence in 1948 was called Palestine. All Jews who were born there until i948 had the word « Palestine » stamped on their passports. The current Palestinians are those Arabs who, for a variety of reasons, decided to leave the land during the 1947 War of Independence, when five countries – Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq – attacked the 600,000 people in the fledgling state of Israel the day after its birth, hoping to kill it in the crib.
The War Against Israel Goes On- by Guy Millière | DRZZ.fr
 
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Blair’s bias

However, the Quartet quickly discredited itself too, not least because its officials never strayed far from the Israeli-Washington consensus. Last week senior Palestinian negotiator Nabil Shaath spoke for most Palestinians when he accused the Quartet’s envoy, Tony Blair, of sounding like an “Israeli diplomat” as he sought to dissuade Abbas from applying for statehood.

And true to form, the Quartet responded to the Palestinians’ UN application by limply offering Abbas instead more of the same tired talks that have gone nowhere for two decades.

The (unplanned) victory of the UN statehood bid | The Electronic Intifada
 

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Blair’s bias

However, the Quartet quickly discredited itself too, not least because its officials never strayed far from the Israeli-Washington consensus. Last week senior Palestinian negotiator Nabil Shaath spoke for most Palestinians when he accused the Quartet’s envoy, Tony Blair, of sounding like an “Israeli diplomat” as he sought to dissuade Abbas from applying for statehood.

And true to form, the Quartet responded to the Palestinians’ UN application by limply offering Abbas instead more of the same tired talks that have gone nowhere for two decades.

electronicintifada.net/
Electronic intifada, very credible :lol: Do they do electronic suicide bombings, too? :lol:
 
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOVHNRefDuU]Debate Does U N Statehood Bid Advance or Undermine Palestinian Struggle?! - YouTube[/ame]
 

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