Blain/Blair – is there a difference?

According to the Concise Oxford Dictionary the word ‘blain’ is defined as a sore on the skin – according to the Concise WfW Dictionary the word ‘blair’ is defined as a sore on humanity.

Charles Moore writes about Tony Blair noting that he is dressed in a blue suit and brown shoes, a combination that, traditionally, is the mark of being not quite a gentleman. Unfortunately Moore did not point out that Blair had no need to advertise the fact, it being well known that he is anything but a gentleman, being more akin to Alan B’stard.

Enoch Powell, at an address to the Cardiff Business Club at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, at 7.30 pm, Friday, 21st March 1986, said that democracy “is an abstract, a classification, a box into which we can drop  whatever we want to collect in it.” – and that is how Blair and his ilk view the subject. It is a ‘catch-all’ word used in order to create their vision of democracy, one that is to the detriment of the people. Blair appears to believe the key question is how the majority treats the minority, when in his vision of democracy the key question is how badly the minority (the political class) can treat the majority (the people).

Tony Blair is an example of the worst kind of politician (of which we seem to have an abundance), one who wishes to hold office for one reason and one reason alone – the self-glorification and the ensuing advancement of his position in our society and to hell with whoever and whatever stands in his way. 

It is quite possible that when Tony Blair shuffles off this mortal coil he may well become ‘homeless’ as neither incumbent ‘top man’ will wish to allow, in their midst, one who believes himself their equal, if not better.

 


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6 Responses

  1. james Higham says:

    Just how can we bring them to book? Hesitate to call for Citizens’ Courts.

  2. Andy Baxter says:

    “according to the Concise WfW Dictionary the word ‘blair’ is defined as a sore on humanity.”

    Class……David utter class I shall plagiarise that unashamedly

    I actually met the carbuncle twice as he was my constituency MP! once when he was just an MP bidding for the Labour leadership and I was supporting a former GF in an issue he had pledged support for, which was conveniently forgotten once he became leader of the opposition.

    He was I have to say in my humble opinion conversationally amiable and affable and to the naive, gave all the right body language signals which appeared genuine to the uninitiated and also an appearance of sincerity but being a student of life and having travelled much I saw right through him. So much so that I started to follow his progress and consequently on the night of the 97 election at a house party (birthday party not political) as we tuned in to the results in the early hours and everyone was full of gushing expectation of the messiah coming to office and loads of those present were proclaiming a second coming and how they felt privileged to have ‘voted’ for him!

    I said to all assembled “that man frightens me” I explained that I had been passionate about politics from an early age and he was the first MP I’d ever met or seen publicly that truly frightened me…

    (his constitutional vandalism amongst other far more heinous crimes is matter of record now)

    I was given nothing but scorn and derision from those assembled! Those same friends and acquaintances today avoid any mention of that night and attempt to evade the subject whenever I raise the question “well how well do you think Anthony Blair as a PM did then?”

    The second time was when he was PM in September 98 and visited the local Fujitsu factory when it was announced it was being closed down with the loss of 600 local jobs! as a local firm I was invited in as an adviser to staff on various issues re pensions finance etc and was introduced to him again!

    I have to say inside the factory on the ‘tour’ he was a model, nay the prototype of disinterested “yup…yup” bubble think “where the hell is the exit get me outta here fast….” he didn’t give a fig for what was going on or the people whose lives were blighted by the closure, but the transformation once he stepped outside the front exit to the waiting media was something to behold, a truly magnificent acting impersonation that even Laurence Olivier would have had trouble emulating!

    yes he is a blot on humanity and many of his ilk too and the rage I feel at the way they can still prosper and thrive despite the incompetence and malfeasance is something I need to find an outlet for otherwise I will finding myself condoning violence…..

  3. david says:

    Thank you – ‘plage’ away…………

    “He was I have to say in my humble opinion conversationally amiable and affable and to the naive, gave all the right body language signals which appeared genuine to the uninitiated and also an appearance of sincerity”

    Oh dear, you should meet Cameron. Compared to him, Blair was in the kindergarten class!

    • Andy Baxter says:


      Oh dear, you should meet Cameron. Compared to him, Blair was in the kindergarten class!”

      surprised am I? not sadly…..I don’t think I’d be able to hold myself back if I ever had the misfortune to meet the snake oil salesman Cameron!

  4. andy5759 says:

    This is not a time for soundbites. I feel the rope of hemp about my neck.

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