Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Tony Blair Didn't Save the Labour Party: he Crucified it, And This Country - David Icke Website

Tony Blair Didn't Save the Labour Party: he Crucified it, And This Country - David Icke Website:
"'Even normally rational people are now buying the Blair line that the man who imported (even on official figures) three million foreigners to Britain, who presided over a vast increase in illiteracy and innumeracy, an explosive breakdown in family life, a huge extension in the powers of Brussels over Westminster, a near doubling of national debt, a lessening of social mobility, a deepening of the poverty trap, widespread restrictions on the right of free speech, a perpetual confusion between economic equality and fairness, great increases in taxation and even greater increases in state spending is some sort of political centralist.

One cannot but admire the sheer audacity with which he is now selling himself both as David Cameron’s father and the saviour of the Labour Party. Certainly Mr Cameron has been helping him over the claims of paternity, but were I a member of the Labour Party asking myself how it had come to lose the support of 36 per cent of its supporters over 13 years, I might feel that my party had been crucified rather than saved.'