Thursday, October 12, 2006

A very simple Simon

What do you call someone who said of Tony Blair and the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999:

"…one of the pre-eminent statesmen on the planet… the most heroically disinterested intervention in history… This was a uniquely philanthropic war… His implacable determination was the critical factor in the Nato victory. He is now a war leader… resolute, decent, brave."

Yup. Mad. Stone cold bonking mad. And if you wanted any further proof, the cretin who uttered those words has just made a video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9DYULkAhWI

2 comments:

grapesofplenty said...

There's another word (or words) for someone who said those things about Blair in 1999. Arse-licking, promotion-seeking creep.

1defender said...

It's quite scary to know that these sort of people are voted in and represent some people of this country in government.