Here’s another bump in the road for our glorious leader: the families of service men killed in his little game don’t want him to attend the memorial service.
In the Independent today, Severin Carrell reports that,
Mr Green [the father of helicopter pilot Philip Green, killed in action]admitted he felt highly emotional about Mr Blair’s presence at the service. “I think he’s a war criminal, it’s as simple as that. The man, without any consideration to the Labour parliamentary party, elected to go to war with this scabby little friend in Texas [President Bush], and killed 51 of our men unnecessarily,” he said. “If I have a chance to meet him on Friday, I will tell him to his face.”
And his perspective is shared by other families, as you can read for yourself by clicking here.
Obviously Mr. Green is a dangerous extremist and loyal supporter of Saddam. Why else would he dare to criticise Tony Hitler, our magnificent fuhrer? How dare Mr. Green suggest that Tony listen to the Labour party or British people? Does he not realise that only Tony knows the truth and we must merely obey and follow where he leads. As soon as Bush tells him where he’s going, of course. To question Tony is verboten!
I suspect that Mr. Green, like George Galloway, is probably in the pay of Hussein. At least, I’ve found a photocopy of a document that says that. No wait, I haven’t but there you go, it’s probably true. Will that do as proof? It’s more proof than Tony needed to attack Iraq.
Anyone who dares to criticise our living god Tony can surely only be with the forces of darkness!
Can Mr. Green not understand that he should be proud his son died so that our beloved Tony could insert his tongue further into George Bush’s rectum? Surely the loss of one child is a price any true, patriotic Briton would pay to please our highness Tony? After all, the Iraqis have lost around 400,000 of their children in the sanctions and subsequent carnage and you don’t see them on the telly rioting and shooting at the occupying forces, do you? They’re happy as lambs, welcoming in the great order and prosperity the USK occupiers have brought them.
It’s a Golden Age in Iraq now. Tony says so.