Today, I have cracked the bottle of champagne that I have
been saving since my wedding just over a year ago.
It has not been opened to welcome the man who today enters
into the role of Prime Minister after having had a communist style ‘democratic
election’ to the post, for he has much work to do before I will even acknowledge
that he has a right or authority to govern, no, it is to celebrate the
departure of the Traitor Blair.
I always vowed that it would never be opened until the
Traitor Blair was out of Downing Street, so today I
celebrated as I watched that happen, although I was disappointed to see how
the establishment allowed him to go with his usual level of spin and manipulation.
However, I can now sleep sound in the knowledge that sooner
or later, justice will one day catch up with Blair, now that he is stripped of
his power and immunity, now that he walks like the rest of us, little more than
a member of the public.
It may not be here, in what he has left of the UK, although
we can pray that the Police and the CPS can
find the balls to prosecute him over the massive list of corruption that he
leaves behind, indeed it could be anywhere in the world, but catch up with him
He has destroyed so many lives, with his actions and
legislation, not just in Britain but right across the globe. Many will seek their revenge, and
that revenge may manifest in many different ways.
Now that he no longer enjoys Ministerial Immunity, fears of
being arrested as a war criminal should keep him from his holidays and visits anywhere
nice in Europe again.
Popular demonstrations which he will no longer be able to manipulate
and control will destroy many of his lecture tours in America,
and those disaffected peoples across the Middle East
will await their own opportunities to exact their revenge.
We can only hope that his heart condition gets no worse, for
this man must never be allowed to cheat the justice that those whose lives he
has destroyed so desperately need.
(Thanks Theo Spark)
As for the BBC, who cut
short coverage of Blair’s final speech in the Commons to cover a second round
tennis match. I say Thank you. The BBC unceremoniously did
what many of us were thinking about Blair's total contempt for Parliament and the Public. 'After years of being manipulated by Blair, we have heard enough…. Close the door on the