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zeitghost
13th September 2007, 11:35
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/6992253.stm

The Warmonger Bliar wished to avoid the Eyerack war...

A likely story....

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TheFaQQer
13th September 2007, 11:37
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Very pretty!

Troll
13th September 2007, 11:37
Does a lie repeated often enough become the truth?

designationlocutus
13th September 2007, 11:39
In theory no, but by perception, yes!

daviejones
13th September 2007, 11:41
Only he knows the truth. We can all surmise and speculate however...

AlfredJPruffock
13th September 2007, 13:31
Does a lie repeated often enough become the truth?

Perhaps - but as somebody once said - The Bigger the Lie - the more chance the people will believe it.

I did hear down at the Rotters club that Blairs nose has been put out of joint as some of the Arab chaps have balked at his Middle East peace convoy appointment - hardly surprising as he his name doesnt really ring with the word Peace in the Middle East.

So he is desperately , in typical lizardlike fashion - trying to say that he wasnt in any way responsbile for the quagmire which is Iraq - but in fact - a Big Boy did it and ran away.

scooterscot
13th September 2007, 13:38
Are we still 45 minutes from doom?

Dundeegeorge
13th September 2007, 13:49
Only he knows the truth. We can all surmise and speculate however...

He's (was) a very successful politician, ergo has a great capacity to delude himself, as well as other people. There may now be no way of ever finding out the truth (not that it matters, it isn't going to bring back any of the troops killed there).

Dundeegeorge
13th September 2007, 13:54
I've told you before, he's a Grey....:alien :alien:

Oh, sorry, grey. Carry on that man, err that giant alien lizard.

2uk
13th September 2007, 21:09
Does a lie repeated often enough become the truth?

yes

Dean
13th September 2007, 22:28
The Warmonger Bliar wished to avoid the Eyerack war...


Does a lie repeated often enough become the truth?

History is written by the winners. Blair has always wanted to be remembered as a great statesman, hence the move to international politics after the PM job. This is just the start of the whitewash campaign. What's interesting is that he's got a former policy adviser to make the statements rather than put himself on the line by having to answer questions about his position.

xoggoth
13th September 2007, 23:01
In March 2003 Mr Blair won Parliament's backing to send British troops to war - despite a rebellion by 139 Labour MPs.

Why are these lies and halftruths perpetuated?. The parliamentary vote was meaningless because Bliar had made clear beforehand that it would not influence the outcome and as Andrew Marr put it there was an "enormous amount of arm twisting". Most were not going to risk advancement when a principled stand would have no purpose whatever.

Bit like saying the British people voted for entry to the EU. How often do we hear that?

Sysman
14th September 2007, 07:01
Why are these lies and halftruths perpetuated?. The parliamentary vote was meaningless because Bliar had made clear beforehand that it would not influence the outcome and as Andrew Marr put it there was an "enormous amount of arm twisting". Most were not going to risk advancement when a principled stand would have no purpose whatever.
Yeah. That bit jumped out at me too. As I recall, Bliar tried to avoid having a vote in the first place.


Bit like saying the British people voted for entry to the EU. How often do we hear that?
I haven't heard that for ages.

I voted for the EEC, not the EU, and am pissed off that they kidnapped what I voted for.