War crimes suspect Tony Blair to lead campaign against the extremism he instigated

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Gilad Atzmon writes:

The UK’s Guardian newspaper reports this morning that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is to take on a new role leading in the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation (ECTR).

This is no doubt great news. The 21st century’s greatest war criminal who launched an immoral interventionist war is called to lead the campaign against the “extremism” which he himself instigated. But truth be told, it makes sense to appoint a mass murderer to such a delicate job because only a genocidal character could be intimately familiar with the nitty gritty of institutional hatred and intolerance.

Blair’s appointment follows his spectacular success as a peace envoy to the Middle East, where introduced reconciliation and harmony to the entire region.

In a joint article (paywall applies) with Moshe Kantor, the president of the European Jewish Congress, Blair recently expressed his devotion to the Jews and the primacy of their suffering. “Anti-Semitism is not a Jewish problem, but one infecting the whole of society and needs to be tackled for the sake of us all”.

The penny dropped. Blair seemingly understands his contribution to hatred of the Jews. The next time he launches a global criminal war without end he must make sure that rather than using Lord Michael “Cashpoint” Levy as his chief fundraiser, he should consider using someone else, preferably a gentile (If he finds one). Even Blair must have grasped by now that the clear association between his Zio-con war and a Jewish financier is “not just a Jewish problem”. With five million people dead in the region, it infects the whole universe.

It is encouraging to learn that the council now chaired by Blair doesn’t really believe in elementary freedom – quite the opposite. It believes it should promote legislation to confront “holocaust denial”, and this makes a lot of sense to me.

As a person who perpetrated a holocaust himself, Blair is interested in laws that would stop any attempt at narrating and revising the past. I totally agree. I believe that all history – except the Jewish one – must be abolished all together and immediately. We are moving forward, we progress and should invest in the future rather than attempt to find out what really happened, let alone why.

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