Man still looking for WMD points finger of shame at Jeremy Corbyn

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Man still looking for WMD points finger of shame at Jeremy Corbyn

As the inquest into the poor performance of the Labour Party at the 2019 General Election continues. Former Prime Minister Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, has accused Jeremy Corbyn of ‘Comic Indecision’

“What the labour party needs is single-minded leader, hell-bent on getting his own way every time. No matter what it takes”, stated the former Labour Leader sliding out from under a rock, “It never did me any harm.

In a speech in London, the ex-PM said he believed the party could have kept much of the vote in traditional Labour areas under a different leadership.

“Preferably mine.”

“Any fool [Corbyn] can promise everything for free – but the people weren’t fooled,” Mr Blair added

“The way to fool people is to tell Parliament that a leader of Iraq has the capability to launch a weapon of mass destruction in as little as forty-five minutes”, stated the man paid a reported £2M salary by consultancy firm JP Morgan, “Really put the fear of God into them. Preferably a vengeful, catholic god”.

The former PM went onto say “The result has brought shame on us [Labour]. We let our country down,”

“Whereas the real way to support this country is by adopting the policies of the previous conservative government, refusing to reverse any of the policies of the Thatcher/Major eras and leading this great Nation into war”, stated the ‘socialist’ Prime Minister of ten years who is alleged to charge £330,000 for an after-dinner speech.

Blair added “Mr Corbyn personified a brand of quasi-revolutionary socialism – mixing far-left economic policy with deep hostility to Western foreign policy”

“Whereas I just did what George W Bush told me to do and go to war with Iraq, despite 139 of my own MPs voting against me. That’s the way to gain respect”, concluded the man who invoiced the Cabinet Office for over £1M to support his public duties since leaving government in June 2007 under the Public Duty Cost Allowance (PDCA)

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