On the weekend, at the premier of The Killing$ of Tony Blair – George Gallowy, former British MP and producer-director of the film was joined by former London Mayor Ken Livingstone, and Tony Blair’s Muslim sister-in-law Lauren Booth. The movie, which cost little over two million dollars, is based on the political career of former British prime minister Tony Blair’s (1997-2007).
George Galloway called Tony Blair a mere symptom of the West’s wider malaise – an economic system run by and for the super-rich during his narration of the movie.
The movie exposes Tony Blair as one of the greatest ‘Merchants of Death’ of the last century as prime minister of United Kingdom and later as consultant to butchers who killed hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Kosova, Bosnia, Somalia and the occupied Palestine. He allegedly makes $5 million per year for running war campaigns around the world. Blair’s ‘Vision 2035’ received $42.6 million fee from Kuwait royal family as PR fee.
The movie (watch a short slide below) comes in the wake of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war, which condemned Blair’s invasion of the country. The report found Blair’s government presented evidence about Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction “with a certainty that was not justified” and troops were sent in before all peaceful options had been exhausted. The report also found that Blair urged his US counterpart George Bush to “act now and explain and justify later”.
As expected, the Jewish-controlled British media instead of discussing the contents of the movie – used most of its ink in demonizing George Galloway and Lauren Booth for their support for Palestinian rights, and their appearance on Iran’s Press TV.
Last year, the European Organized Jewry in appreciation for Tony Blair helping United States to destroy Israel’s Arab enemy, appointed Tony Blair as a Watchdog to fight the “rising” antisemitism in Europe.
In 2011, the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal found both Tony Blair and George Bush war criminals for their part in waging war on Iraq in 2003.
Read six reviews of the 95-minutes movie here.
Interestingly Jewish professor Norman Pollack (Michigan State University) compared Sen. Bernie Sanders with Tony Blair.
“Like Blair, Sanders is a pathetic lapdog, settling cozily into the lap of Clinton, Harridan of War and Militarism, Whoremonger of Wall Street, Ambition-Driven Power-Seeker,” Pollack posted at Counterpunch on July 27, 2016.