Tony Blair spoke to BBC Newsnight on 19 March. And with one sentence, he seemed to destroy his own argument for a people’s vote on Brexit.
Not exactly a friend of democracy
Since stepping down as prime minister in 2007, Blair has spent much of his time cosying up to dictators. That pursuit (and others) has made him and his family millions. He’s also taken over a million from British taxpayers, via an allowance for public engagements, even though he’s no longer in power.
But he still loves to lecture us all about democracy, of course.
Source: The humiliating moment Tony Blair destroys his own argument for a people’s vote | The Canary
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Brexit is complicated and expressly so when our MPs and ex-PrimeMinister are not willing to listen.
Blair will never listen, except to himself and then not so closely. Does he lack understanding others or is he so far in love with himself that he feels that the views of others are so unimportant.
Who will ever know and this also includes Blair for he appears to not listen to himself.
Blair is one of the main reasons for Brexit as he has never listened, Iraq brought this to the fore for there is ‘Blood on his Hands’ and he needs to be brought to justice, if only to keep him quiet.
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