Many believe Tony Blair should be charged for taking the UK to war in Iraq. Former Labour MP George Galloway has made a career out of challenging Blair: in this film he deftly makes his case. Cosying up to dictators and media-moguls, Blair has made a string of questionable friends in high places. In the process, he has also made a personal fortune.
What a Tour de Force!! A MOST MAGNIFICENT exposé of the corrupt and satanically-evil Blair! George Galloway is my hero and a most articulate speaker with great clarity of thought and deserving of mankind's most prestigious honors. The life of George from activist to humanitarian to film producer should be taught to all school children worldwide as a life to emulate. This film not only exposes the crimes of the scoundrel Blair, it is an indictment of ALL western politicians and our political parties and all political systems - AND, perhaps worse, it exposes all of our quadriplegic justice systems when time comes to prosecute members of our ruling class. Indeed, after seeing this most excellent documentary we ALL must come away with one overwhelming conclusion: we citizens are NOT in control of our instruments of governance in that these OBVIOUS CRIMES are not being prosecuted. So many have died based on lies in my lifetime - and the central bankers who buy our politicians and profit from these atrocities have no barrier to prevent even more murders of the innocent. I eagerly, yet sadly, await the many sequels that George will be able to produce.
There was no doubt in my mind that both Blair and Bush are war criminal and benefitted personally and politically at the outset of the Iraq war. This documentary , while focused on Blair's greed and lack of integrity and good ethics, it highlighted what I have always thought about this man. What a tragedy for humanity, especially, the Iraqi People who paid a high price in the most horrifying way for greed and lies. What a tragedy!!!
After watching George Galloway and the late Christopher Hitchens debate, it initially seemed George was a far Right kind of guy. This said, this documentary by Mr. Galloway is factual and impressive. No matter whether you were or were not a fan of Mr. Blair during his term as leader of Labour and Great Britain, this film is well worth a watch to gain perspective on Tony and his actions as an individual. Regards, adam
Nice to see 2 sides of a picture. I had no idea Blair was this bad, but it did explain somethings that never made sense before and do now. Put in true George Galloway style, got to love those Scots. Thanks George....