Tony Blair, or to give him his full title, Sir Anthony Charles Lynton Blair served as the Prime Minister of the UK from 1997 to 2007 and was the Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. He was best known perhaps for buddying up with George W Bush and joining the UK with the US war in Iraq which resulted in millions of needless deaths and a label of “war criminal” for Blair. However, Blair, now 70 years old, does not lay low and enjoy anonymity and retirement as we might imagine he would following his disastrous time as leader. Author Paul Cudenec says, “There is something very odd about the way that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has never quite left the centre of the political stage.”
Paul Cudenec who is author of Winter Oak, which is according to Cudenec, an exploration of deep dives, shows what Tony Blair has been up to since he was the UK PM and his connection to the Rothschilds.
Tony Blair And The Rothschilds.
He is so widely loathed by the British public – as a hypocritical war criminal who used the Labour Party to advance a cruel neoliberal agenda – that when he was given a knighthood by the British state in 2022, more than a million people signed a petition demanding the honour be rescinded.
And yet “Tony Bliar”, as he is often known, just won’t do us all a favour and disappear into the political wings for good.
He is constantly hinting at a return to British politics and popping up in the corporate media to offer his advice on how the world should be run, whether calling for the UK’s Brexit from the EU to be reversed, accusing Jeremy Corbyn of “antisemitism“, or demanding the imposition of vaccine passports and digital ID.
The latest nauseating news is that the 70-year-old warmonger, once suggested as full-time “president of Europe” by the then French president Nicolas Sarkozy, is now being “touted by Israel as peacekeeper in Middle East”, to quote The Daily Telegraph’s headline from November 13, 2023.
The report explains that “serving as the envoy for the Middle East Quartet from 2007 to 2015”, Blair was handed the task of helping develop the Palestinian economy, with his role overlapping with Netanyahu’s second term.