Monday, November 12, 2012

BLAIR CHARITY



Tony Blair, 2007, Sierra Leone Photo: EPA. Tony Blair's charity strikes gold as it expands across Africa

Tony Blair has a number of charities.

One is called the Africa Governance Initiative, and allegedly it's about making money for people like Blair, and possibly it's about sending spooks into Africa?

The Africa Governance Initiative has a base in Rwanda, where Blair has been a long-time supporter of its 'murderous', 'mafia' leader Paul Kagame.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2203546/Tony-Blair--1m-hour-mediator-lives-opulent-country-estate.html#ixzz28cLYECJR

Mandrake can disclose that Blair's charity "now spends more than £1.8million on staff alone in countries including Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Liberia and Guinea."

Tony Blair's charity strikes gold as it expands across Africa

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6 comments:

brian said...

off topic but FYI
sky news is doing to syria what the other media did to libya
https://www.facebook.com/notes/brian-souter/my-letter-to-sky-news-on-their-bogus-claim-syrias-airforce-is-raining-clusterbom/429434583771811

Anonymous said...

It was Tony Blair who put blanket silence on the Margaret Hodge childrens home scandal, remember we get holly greg pushed in our face day after day, yet whe hundreds of boys are sexually abused in every single care home in the UK, we get total silence.
Blair was behind the pro-homosexual revolution.
When i wa sa boy we would get man stand outside our school who would say they were policemen and would search our pockets for cigarettes, several days a week, feeling us up and at times putting their hands inside our pants, my 12 year old son came home from school recently saying this filthy scam is still being perpetrated, i rang the police and got the run around, i went in personally and got an appointment witha senior man, he then gave me the fobb-off, this now means i will have to collect and drop off my son like many other parents
annon

Anon said...

Zoompad has left a new comment on your post "BLAIR CHARITY":

Despite all his wealth and self importance, what a sad and deluded little man.

He has sold his soul for the crumbs that he has gathered.

I remember when he went running to the Vatican Church, in the delusion that by bowing down to the Great Blasphemer who dresses in scarlet and gold and sits on a throne that his sins would be overlooked.

That Great Liar who pretends to be God.

The photos of Blair make me shudder. I have had a hard life, with all the abuse and rebuse but I would not swap places with that man for a single second, despite his great wealth. I would rather be forced to live in a tent and dine off boiled stinging nettles and snails than to swap places with him, or any of the other allegedly paedo protecting war mongering moneygrubbers.

Zoompad said...

"When i wa sa boy we would get man stand outside our school who would say they were policemen and would search our pockets for cigarettes, several days a week, feeling us up and at times putting their hands inside our pants, my 12 year old son came home from school recently saying this filthy scam is still being perpetrated, i rang the police and got the run around, i went in personally and got an appointment witha senior man, he then gave me the fobb-off"

This is outrageous!

Tell your son if this happens again to give a very hard knee jerk upwards, as if he were kneeing a football. Self defence.

Meanwhile get a committee of parents to put a stop to this blatent abuse and get the names of all these disgusting creepy perverts.

Anonymous said...

...a man would stand outside our school and say he was policemen...

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1st : report this to your son's teacher and headmaster. They have a duty of care, they CAN'T fob you off, you are in your rights to sue them if they do.

2nd : go to a solicitor make a notarized statement of the comments of 'the senior officer' and send a copy to the local Superintendant (the boss of the police-district). If it WAS the Super send it to the Chief Constable of your area.

The police cannot 'fob you off'. They are duty-bound to do their job. And regarding someone impersonating a policeman is concerned they ought to go totally berserk grabbing him.

3rd : Send a copy to the local paper, informing of what you have done.


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