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    Boris Johnson - "Tony Blair is War Criminal - should be jailed"

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    "Won't be able to jail him because he's like an eel"

    Hang the cvnt.

    Boris Johnson: 'eel-like' Tony Blair will avoid being imprisoned over Iraq war | Politics | The Guardian

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    Well, I guess someone has to be a war criminal [an oxymoron]

    The desperate acts of war is simply criminal.

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    Jail the fiddling slimy Bastard if he is guilty

    Warn Boris also that unless he gets his head sharpened the scruffy cnut he can join him.

    I actually don't mind Boris although he does spout his fair share of nonsense like putting an airport in the Thames estuary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravesend Dave View Post
    Jail the fiddling slimy Bastard if he is guilty

    Warn Boris also that unless he gets his head sharpened the scruffy cnut he can join him.

    I actually don't mind Boris although he does spout his fair share of nonsense like putting an airport in the Thames estuary
    Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is an American-born,of Franco-Judeo-Turkic extraction.He makes a fair fist of being a likeable oaf and may well ascend to the top.

    He is however no fool and maybe a cunning linguists,he was sacked for lying"I think the proposed airport will be on the estuary rather than "in' it.
    As likely somewhere between Sheppey and Canvey it 'll be handily adjacent to Gravesend and let me the first to suggest it be called

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    No probs his mrs could defend him for nowt if he ever does get to court, probably the most hated man in the UK.

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    Was that pic taken before or after the loot was loaded onto his plane?

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    He can defend him self he is a lawyer as well as his wife I believe.

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    Boris Johnson - "Tony Blair is War Criminal - should be jailed"

    I cannot see Johnson saying that quote in the article.

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    with the British army facing torture charges in the Haig
    Blair may have to give some evidence
    who knows where that could lead too.

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    Jail all the pricks who voted him in too.

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    art imitates life,fair movie shot in n sea german islands


    The Ghost Writer (released as The Ghost in the United Kingdom and Ireland)[2] is a 2010 French-German-British political thriller film directed by Roman Polanski. The film is an adaptation of the Robert Harris novel, The Ghost, with the screenplay written by Polanski and Harris. It stars Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, Kim Cattrall and Olivia Williams

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    ^ a must see, great movie

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    Thanks AS

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ghost Of The Moog View Post
    Boris Johnson - "Tony Blair is War Criminal - should be jailed"

    I cannot see Johnson saying that quote in the article.
    You are right. It doesn't say that.


    On the Iraq war, he admitted he had voted in favour of military action in 2003 though he said he thought at the time that Blair's claims about weapons of mass destruction (WMD) were "nonsense".

    "I just could not believe it as things unfolded in the way that they did. I feel guilty because I voted for the wretched thing … I would like to understand more deeply on what basis a prime minister who, at that time, commanded so much trust, was able to persuade parliament and the country and me to go for war in Iraq with absolutely catastrophic consequences."

    On WMD he said: "The more I listened to the debate back in 2003 I started to think it probably was a load of nonsense."

    He said he supported the invasion because any successor to Saddam Hussein would be better than the "evil monster".
    Boris Johnson doesn't seem any better than Tony Blair. He has admitted here that he voted in favour of the war on the basis of regime change!!

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