In today’s ‘Guardian’ the non-entity, Glenys Kinnock who, along with her non-entity husband, have picked up up to £8m of taxpayers’ money, is quoted as voicing her support for Tony Blair being the first president of the European Union.(1) Now, while I am sure that William Hague is more or less just another non-entity of a hanger on, I do, nevertheless, have to credit, albeit begrudgingly, that particular little man with a modicum of foresight when he says, “the creation of a new EU president “could be enormously damaging for Europe”. “Any holder is likely to try to centralise power for themselves in Brussels and dominate national foreign policies,” he said. “In the hands of an operator as ambitious as Tony Blair, that is a near certainty. He should be let nowhere near the job.” No he most certainly shouldn’t, our grinning, gawky, hypocritical Tony, who only a couple of days ago was down in Zionistan licking Bibi’s arse. President of the European Union, indeed; the only European institution that should be paying host to Tony is the court in the Hague.
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