Tony Blair gets paid for his role in the Zionist conspiracy
Posted on March 20th, 2010
Any Sri Lankan preoccupied with implementing Zionist agendas such as instituting ‘accountability mechanisms’ to work out ‘who shot whom’ at Nandikathal lagoon, and restoring the special ‘Human Rights’ of Sarath Fonseka to air conditioned accommodation and mobile phones need to stop for a moment, please.
It came to light last week that since leaving Downing Street back in 2007, the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been paid more than £20million by the London and Wall Street Zionist money bags, under various bogus service contracts involving after-dinner speaking, consultancies with merchant banks, hedge funds and foreign governments.
Blair’s paymasters constitute ‘who’s who’ of the global Zionist movement; it is arrogant actions such as these, committed with utter contempt to the entire world, that provide the strongest evidence for the existence of a global Zionist conspiracy to further their objectives through devious plots that corrupt, control and undermine the so-called ‘Western Democracies’.
But don’t expect to read about it in Blair’s impending memoirs, for which £4.6million has been advanced; the full extent of his income is cloaked in secrecy through the construction of a complex web of shadowy companies and partnerships. Also, for nearly two years, Blair had objected to the public release of the information by the Westminster ‘Advisory Committee on Business Appointments’ that investigates former public servants using their contacts for private gain; Blair claimed that the information was ‘commercially sensitive’. The committee finally lost patience and decided to ignore his objections and publish the details. Blair is yet to explain to Whitehall’s business appointments committee as to exactly what services he is providing in return.
Before we go in to the origins of Blair’s ‘ill-gotten’ fortune, we need to briefly look at his ‘contribution’ to Britain and the world during his tenure as British prime minister from 1997-2007.
The ‘main event’ for which history will hold Blair accountable would, of course, be the disgraceful role he played in committing British troops, against the will of more than 90% of the British population, to the Iraqi invasion ‘project’ of ‘Bush the Idiot’. Blair claimed, using a fabricated ‘dossier’, that Saddam Hussein possessed an arsenal of ‘weapons of mass destruction’ (WMD). He also claimed sensationally, that Saddam Hussein was capable of launching WMDs within 45 minutes; his lies to the nation, and to the wider world, tainted his image for ever, and later events made him a war criminal by any one’s definition.
In addition to the murder and disfigurement of countless (millions) of Iraqi civilians, he is directly responsible for sending 179 British troops to their deaths in the dessert. Britain’s collusion in these war crimes further undermined an already tattered international reputation. Thanks to his actions Britain is also associated with abuse and torture of prisoners.
Now it appears, Blair is profiting greatly from taking Britain into an illegal war on the false premise that the country was under threat from Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.
These are the staggering figures: Blair is being paid by the Wall Street merchant bank JP Morgan (speak of conspiracy!) £2million a year; the London-based hedge fund Lansdowne Partners (managed by the former Goldman Sachs banker Paul Ruddock) will pay Blair the ‘bargain’ price of £1million to give some private speeches to its staff ; Zurich financial services consultancy will earn him £500000 a year; he is also listed in the books of Washington Speakers Bureau, with an asking fee of £180,000 for a 90 minute speech – about £2,000 a minute- on geopolitical matters; as consultant to the Kuwaiti Royal family he earns a cool £1 m a year.
It was revealed last week that in August 2008 Blair took up another job, as advisor to the Korean oil company UI Energy, one of the biggest investors in Iraq’s oil-rich Kurdistan region made semi-autonomous following the invasion. UI Energy also hires the former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke and several prominent American politicians as ‘political advisers’. Reliable estimates of Blair’s undisclosed fee is in the region of millions of pounds. These figures make Blair’s annual government pension of £63468, together with the £840000 additional Office allowance, pale in to insignificance.
This kind of obviously immoral and unethical behaviour is to be expected from Tony Blair in view of his history and background: he appeared ‘out of the blue’ in British Labor Party politics in 983, clearly through the sponsorship of leading Zionist figures of the Labor and Tory parties.
As is usual, any one aspiring to progress in politics in the two-party democracies of the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada has to demonstrate strong loyalty to Israel, usually through activism in a bipartisan lobby group known as ‘Friends of Israel’. This would have been ‘natural’ for Blair because, according to the author of the Blair biography, ‘Blair’, Anthony Seldon, he had a deep feeling for Israel, “born in part from his faith”!
Blair had been a long time ‘Labour Friend of Israel’, when in 1983, the new ‘safe’ constituency of Sedgefield was created, miraculously, near where he had grown up in Durham. Blair was elected as MP for Sedgefield despite the party’s landslide defeat in the general election! The next logical step, of course, was promoting him to the position of Opposition Leader so that he became the ‘natural choice’ as next prime minister, and this they did.
Blair is believed to have been groomed ‘directly’ by the global Zionist leader Rupert Murdoch, the owner of the corporate media giant News Corporation. The Commons register of interests shows that in 1995, while Leader of the Opposition, Blair was ‘a guest’ of Murdoch, in Hayman Island, Australia.
Michael ‘Levy’, the pop music mogul raised £12m for the financing of Blair’s 1997 election campaign. Levy was rewarded by Blair with a peerage, and in 2002, just prior to the Iraq War, Blair appointed Levy as his personal envoy to the Middle East. Levy praised Blair for his ‘solid and committed support of the State of Israel’.
At the 1996 Labour Party conference, Blair stated that his three top priorities on coming to office were “education, education, and education”. Following the 1997 elections victory however, he introduced university tuition fees, and more importantly, gave control of interest rates to the Bank of England. In his first six years, Blair had British troops ordered into battle five times — more than any other prime minister in British history.
Labor Party elder statesman Tam Dalyell suggested in 2003 that Blair’s foreign policy decisions were unduly influenced by a cabal of Jewish advisers, including Levy and Peter Mandelson.
With such deep and long-running connections to all levels of the global Zionist hierarchy, Blair’s enthusiasm for the Iraq invasion was to be expected: Cabinet Office documents obtained by Liberal Democrats’ Lord Avebury the day after Blair left office, after a three and a half year ‘freedom of information’ battle, reveal that Blair had frequent telephone conversations with Rupert Murdoch, including in the eve of the 20 March US and UK invasion. Lord Avebury said at the time: “The public can now scrutinise the timing of his (Murdoch’s) contacts with the former Prime Minister, to see whether they can be linked to events in the outside world.”
In 2006, Blair refused to call for an immediate ceasefire in the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, despite persistent calls of his cabinet who openly criticised Israel for murdering the civilians, especially the elderly .
During his late-January appearance at the Chilcot Inquiry in to the Iraqi invasion, Blair arrived by the back entrance to the centre to avoid a protesters outside. During evidence, he demonstrated a disgusting lack of remorse for the mass killings he had caused, attracting uproar and shouts of ‘liar’ and ‘ murderer’ by the relatives of dead British troops in the public gallery.
All decent sections of British politics have condemned Blair gaining personally through the sacrifice of nation’s reputation and lives of troops. Liberal Democrat Lord Oakeshott said: “Tony Blair is utterly shameless. He seems to be happy to take money from anybody. This man appears to have a total mental block where ethics are concerned – if they pay enough money he will not ask any questions.”
Tory MP Douglas Carswell said: ‘This doesn’t just look bad, it stinks. This is revolving door politics at its worst. It’s not as if Mr Blair has even stepped back from politics, because he is still politically active in the Middle East”.
Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker said: ‘These revelations show that our former Prime Minister is for sale – he is driven by making as much money as possible. ‘I think many people will find it deeply insensitive that he is apparently cashing in on his contacts from the Iraq war to make money for himself.’
Will Blair be a happy man? Probably not. He already shows, despite ‘converting’ to Catholicism, he is carrying a dead soul.
Money can’t give life!