Sunday, February 04, 2007

Blair: Der Untergang

We all know how in the last days of Hitler's rule of Nazi Germany he spent many weeks in his bunker, contemplating his and the nations fate as the allies advanced from all sides.

In his deluded state he tried to rally his troops for a counter attack, put his affairs in order then finally accepted the inevitable.

At this point, he and his wife committed suicide.

Now I'm not suggesting that Mr Blair should kill himself or the delightful Cherie, no, he should stick around to face up to his actions.

That said, its becoming apparent that the bunker mentality has truly set in within Downing Street.

Another poll has said Blair should go now & the News of the World report that John McTernan has been spilling the beans on the nefarious activities of the Blair regime. The report goes on to say -

Sources at the Crown Prosecution Service say they think police now have enough evidence to bring charges. Lord Levy faces two, abuse of honours and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Miss Turner can expect to be charged with Perverting the Course of Justice. And Sir Christopher Evans, the millionaire who lent Labour £1million in May 2005, faces a charge under the 1925 Honours (Prevention of Abuse) Act.

And last night CPS sources said they think the Prime Minister will be questioned again, a third time, possibly under caution.

I would dearly like to be a fly on the wall in Downing Street now.

Note: The BBC appear not to have reported this story. So much for Public Service Broadcasting.

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