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Sunday, November 01, 2009

Tony Bliar: Every little helps... (but £1m may be too little)

The Mail on Sunday reports:

Tony Blair has been in talks with Tesco about helping them open supermarkets in the Middle East - allegedly in return for up to £1million.
It is believed the discussions between the former Prime Minister, now a peace envoy to the region, and the supermarket chain, whose slogan is 'Every little helps', ended after the two sides failed to agree terms.
The disclosure could further damage Mr Blair's hopes of becoming the first President of Europe, as critics will seize on it as evidence that he is as interested in making money as he is in reviving his career as a statesman.
According to one source, Mr Blair's proposed role for Tesco would simply have been to act as a figurehead for their drive to break into the Middle East market.

Tony Bliar 'interested in making money'? Never!!


jock mctrousers said...

" Hey guys, Tony Blair says DON'T shop at Tescos!"

" Grab a bargain! Tesco's own brand SANCTIONS BUSTERS!"

Madam Miaow said...

Does he know no shame? Jack Nicholson's character, J.J. Gittes to Noah Cross (John Huston), the granddaddy of corruption in Chinatown: "How much better can you eat? What can you buy that you don't already have? "

The reply is, of course, "The future, Mr Gittes, the future."

Oh, great!

jack said...

I forgot to mention this before the stench of western hypocrisy continues this one from Germany.

“The Turks are conquering Germany exactly as the Kosovars conquered Kosovo: through a higher birth rate. I would like it, if it were Eastern European Jews with a 15% higher IQ than the native Germans. --Thilo Sarrazin, SPD politician and board member of the German Central Bank, from an interview in current issue of Lettre International

I have the impression that with his ideas, Sarrazin is paying his respects to Göring, Goebbels, and Hitler.—Stephan Kramer, General Secretary of the Council of German Jews”

Germany is also deporting Albanian refugees in Germany back into Kosovo.