"Just when you think you've seen or heard the last of him, he pops back up again - like human herpes, he's only ever lingering in the background to make a comeback that nobody wanted". That's how Patrick Christys began his verbal assault on Tony Blair's legacy as he stood in for Dan Wootton on GB News.
In a five minute piece to camera, the former Brexit campaigner went on to slam Blair's record on mass migration, devolution and Iraq. He quoted the mother of Fusilier Gordon Gentle, who was killed in Iraq in 2004. Rose Gentle said: "Instead of standing in front of the Queen being made a 'Sir' with that stupid grin on his face, he'd be better going to the cemetery and standing in front of my son's grave to see what he's done".
|Rose Gentle with a portrait of her son|
Also on Patrick's radar is Blair's recent recommendation that at least 70 per cent of youngsters should go to university - or, as Patrick says: "Saddled with debt and reliant on the state for the rest of their lives". Of course reliance on the state is paramount to Blair's main objective of total state dominance in every corner of our lives. It's why globalists want to see the end of cash and a Chinese-style social credit system in which we are granted an income by the state - so long as we behave ourselves that is. And of course while we are all subservient to the elite, Tony Blair and his comrades can do whatever they like.
Click below for the video and bravo, Patrick!