BLAIR TO HELP ALBANIA JOIN THE EU – Tony Blair appears to be the superman of the world’s political arena; either that or he simply doesn’t know when to keep his snout out of the trough.
Tony Blair is already a United Nations Peace Envoy for the Middle East and yet despite that fact he goaded David Cameron into giving the order to strike Syria – peace? – Quite frankly Tony Blair hasn’t the faintest idea of what it means.
Of course Tony Blair’s track record is well documented and when it comes to war he’s no stranger to invading another country with fabricated evidence and yet despite it being acknowledged that the war in Iraq was illegal he has never been arrested, charged or faced mass murder charges in The Hague.
Yes, those connections must run deep; either that or Tony Blair has sufficient dirt on key political figures that are suppressing any war crimes charges being leveled against him.
Despite being the UN Peace Envoy for the Middle East Blair also finds time to jet set around the world and charge vast sums of money for the rhetoric he spouts – yes it’s incredible just how gullible some countries are; the last being Thailand.
It is widely accepted that Tony Blair left the UK in a pretty horrendous state; it was after all Tony Blair that implemented the Borders Act 2008 which allowed for uncontrollable immigration.
If that wasn’t sufficient he then implemented the Human Rights Act 1998; which was to ensure that foreign criminals, including terrorists, rapists, drug dealers and all manner of vile individuals couldn’t be deported.
On top of that it was all spend, spend, spend but none of which was for the UK but rather for his chums in the socialist republic we refer to as the European Union. Yes Tony’s communist friends had a ball at our expense and they continue to do so.
Today we learn that Tony Blair is at it again and this time it’s Albania. Yes the socialist government of Albania wants Tony Blair’s help to get them into the EU – well why not we already have Romania and Bulgaria so what harm could possibly come of yet another Eastern Bloc Socialist country being able to send their vast hordes of economic refugees to Britain?
According to Edi Rama, the Albanian Prime Minister, Tony Blair is going to advice Albania on how to get into the EU and he’s doing it as a personal favour and without any suggestion of payment or reward.
I wonder if Edi Rama can spell the word ‘naïve’ – more importantly does he fully understand its meaning. If anyone thinks Tony Blair is in this for nothing then they are seriously deluded for this is a man that has made it his lifelong ambition to make vast sums of money and with it power; all on the backs of the misery of others.
So far he’s done pretty well; certainly he’s achieved a lot more than your average bloke on the street but there again the average bloke on the street is not devoid of any human compassion, moral fortitude or scruples.
So why does Edi Rama want to join the EU? Simply look at the state of their economy; they’re broke – as a matter of fact they would make a church mouse look positively wealthy.
The average Albanian lives on less than £1.20 a day – joining the EU would allow all and sundry from Albania to move to Britain and live comfortably off the backs of the hard working taxpayer – pretty much like the Romanians or Bulgarians.
The EU is already in a state of financial crises. Last week it announced that it required yet another £3.4 billion from EU member states to bail it out so it could meet its financial legal obligations – these being mostly involving the payment of non-elected despots we call Euro MPs or MEPs.
A number of MPs and Ministers have told David Cameron that he should deny the EU’s demands to throw in £450 million in defiance of their uncontrollable spending. Of course whether Mr. Cameron has the will or desire to do so remain another issue – we’ll find out soon enough.
The deeper we get drawn into the EU the more apparent it is that we need to pull out. Pulling out of the EU could be the only way to save Britain and even allow us to re-install the word ‘Great’ before its name.