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The makers of the Oscar-winning documentary Amy are working on a film about former prime minister Tony Blair, it has been reported. I suspect that it shall be an upbeat film a la "it-was-fine-while-I-… Read More
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5m, 3d agoPosted 5 months, 3 days ago
The makers of the Oscar-winning documentary Amy are working on a film about former prime minister Tony Blair, it has been reported. I suspect that it shall be an upbeat film a la "it-was-fine-while-I-was-in-control".
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Blair was previously the subject of George Galloway’s film The Killings of Tony Blair, released in 2016.
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http://www.showfilmfirst.com/tony-blair-film-horizion/
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5m, 3d agoPosted 5 months, 3 days ago
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#1
wonder how much Blair will be chipping in
#2
oh wow. Firstly the Amy film was critical of the surviving family. Secondly why do you care?
3 Likes #3
Not another celeb sex tape. Don't mind looking at Tony but Cherri will put me right off my stroke.
#4
davewave
oh wow. Firstly the Amy film was critical of the surviving family. Secondly why do you care?
Could be another Oscar winner
1 Like #5
The Killing$ of Tony Blair (2016) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3489996/
#6
splender
davewave
oh wow. Firstly the Amy film was critical of the surviving family. Secondly why do you care?
Could be another Oscar winner


yeah, sure.
3 Likes #7
war monger should be in goal
#8
Blair and Galloway are both worthy of the noose
3 Likes #9
welder299
war monger should be in goal
Safe pair of hands.
5 Likes #10
welder299
war monger should be in goal


Instead of who? Joe Hart? :{
banned#11
when will the crime prosicution actually sentence him !
throw away the key
#12
Which c%$£ is going to play him??
1 Like #13
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...
#14
stealth666
Which c%$£ is going to play him??


Himself...surely?
1 Like #15
I thought there was already a film about Blair. with Steve Martin in. The Idiot...
3 Likes #16
Will it be called 'The Thief of Baghdad' ?
#17
War criminal
2 Likes #18
sofiasar
when will the crime prosicution actually sentence him !
throw away the key

Why? Has he been convicted of something? oO
1 Like #19
BillySollox
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...

So were his friends who supplied it, he created the system of hospital privatisation, selling off parts to his cronies.
#20
The makers of the Oscar-winning documentary Amy are working on a film about former prime minister Tony Blair, it has been reported. I suspect that it shall be an upbeat film a la "it-was-fine-while-I-was-in-control".

They should have quit whilst they were ahead.
1 Like #21
Graham1979
BillySollox
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...
So were his friends who supplied it, he created the system of hospital privatisation, selling off parts to his cronies.


I won't comment on that, for obvious reasons- but I will comment on the fact that I was Hospitalised during the summer of 2000

I was in for 3 months. I wasn't well. I became well. I wouldn't have been very well if it had happened today. I cross my fingers that I don't become ill again cos there's no help under this tory government. :(
#22
The film maker is doing research on what the public likes to see. No crime was committed (see Chilcott) but, of course, this DOES NOT mean that new laws could not be codified for a future offence in similar circumstances. So whatever the Parliament wants, laws could be codified (though unlikely to be retrospective).
#23
The actor playing Tony Blair will be The Joker from Batman X)
banned 1 Like #24
He was duped by America and Israel to fight a war in Iraq based on lies. How many dead because of those lies? What about their families and loved ones? Iraq is worse today than before we went to war. All for nothing. If there's a movie, this should not be glossed over. It's his legacy.
banned#25
BillySollox
Graham1979
BillySollox
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...
So were his friends who supplied it, he created the system of hospital privatisation, selling off parts to his cronies.


I won't comment on that, for obvious reasons- but I will comment on the fact that I was Hospitalised during the summer of 2000

I was in for 3 months. I wasn't well. I became well. I wouldn't have been very well if it had happened today. I cross my fingers that I don't become ill again cos there's no help under this tory government. :(


I hope you stay well and strong. Good luck!
banned#26
Gollywood
welder299
war monger should be in goal


Instead of who? Joe Hart? :{


Good one!!
2 Likes #27
deeky
sofiasar
when will the crime prosicution actually sentence him !
throw away the key
Why? Has he been convicted of something? oO
Yes, these guys were in charge of the conviction.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Ef6tliWdJV4/U5ZZy62jftI/AAAAAAAAEd4/u8DOkWDBdWQ/s1600/simpsons_mob.gif
banned#28
deeky
sofiasar
when will the crime prosicution actually sentence him !
throw away the key

Why? Has he been convicted of something? oO


yes, his currently going through a trial in court.
it's been 2 years now.
#29
BillySollox
Graham1979
BillySollox
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...
So were his friends who supplied it, he created the system of hospital privatisation, selling off parts to his cronies.
I won't comment on that, for obvious reasons- but I will comment on the fact that I was Hospitalised during the summer of 2000
I was in for 3 months. I wasn't well. I became well. I wouldn't have been very well if it had happened today. I cross my fingers that I don't become ill again cos there's no help under this tory government. :(

The UK was in much better shape when he was in power. We had a functioning NHS, VAT was at respectable levels and the first thing on the Agenda wasn't filling the rich peoples pockets.

Shame the only thing people focus on when referring to him is Iraq.
And let's not forget, he did remove a dictator from power that tortured thousands of their own people.
Far more respect for him than that A-hole that left no.10 last year.

Edited By: 118luke on Jan 21, 2017 11:19
#30
118luke
BillySollox
Graham1979
BillySollox
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...
So were his friends who supplied it, he created the system of hospital privatisation, selling off parts to his cronies.
I won't comment on that, for obvious reasons- but I will comment on the fact that I was Hospitalised during the summer of 2000
I was in for 3 months. I wasn't well. I became well. I wouldn't have been very well if it had happened today. I cross my fingers that I don't become ill again cos there's no help under this tory government. :(
The UK was in much better shape when he was in power. We had a functioning NHS, VAT was at respectable levels and the first thing on the Agenda wasn't filling the rich peoples pockets.
Shame the only thing people focus on when referring to him is Iraq.
And let's not forget, he did remove a dictator from power that tortured thousands of their own people.
Far more respect for him than that A-hole that left no.10 last year.
Fair to say overall he was good for 8 years but he had remained too long for the good of the country then power corrupted him: 1/ he helped to create a culture of irresponsibility, bosses protected themselves from the risks they asked their employees to bear, he upset the balance of satisfaction between the bosses and the workers 2/ a number of events made New Labour stuck with the label of more spin than substance 3/ he failed to take action of the well known impacts of globalised marketplace to the left of centre voters and he didn't speak out of this negativity which has since emerged giving power to the oratory of Farage, 4/ the simple truth is, local communities are always local, as people get older they become more localised in a globalized world, they need more local services rather than big brand global business, for this he failed too to take action once he stayed away from being a pedestrian beyond the 8th year he was in power.
#31
Gollywood
welder299
war monger should be in goal
Instead of who? Joe Hart? :{
He's more of a draw back
1 Like #32
sofiasar
deeky
sofiasar
when will the crime prosicution actually sentence him !
throw away the key
Why? Has he been convicted of something? oO
yes, his currently going through a trial in court.
it's been 2 years now.

Really? Any chance of a link please?
#33
splender
118luke
BillySollox
Graham1979
BillySollox
The NHS was healthier when he was in power...
So were his friends who supplied it, he created the system of hospital privatisation, selling off parts to his cronies.
I won't comment on that, for obvious reasons- but I will comment on the fact that I was Hospitalised during the summer of 2000
I was in for 3 months. I wasn't well. I became well. I wouldn't have been very well if it had happened today. I cross my fingers that I don't become ill again cos there's no help under this tory government. :(
The UK was in much better shape when he was in power. We had a functioning NHS, VAT was at respectable levels and the first thing on the Agenda wasn't filling the rich peoples pockets.
Shame the only thing people focus on when referring to him is Iraq.
And let's not forget, he did remove a dictator from power that tortured thousands of their own people.
Far more respect for him than that A-hole that left no.10 last year.
Fair to say overall he was good for 8 years but he had remained too long for the good of the country then power corrupted him: 1/ he helped to create a culture of irresponsibility, bosses protected themselves from the risks they asked their employees to bear, he upset the balance of satisfaction between the bosses and the workers 2/ a number of events made New Labour stuck with the label of more spin than substance 3/ he failed to take action of the well known impacts of globalised marketplace to the left of centre voters and he didn't speak out of this negativity which has since emerged giving power to the oratory of Farage, 4/ the simple truth is, local communities are always local, as people get older they become more localised in a globalized world, they need more local services rather than big brand global business, for this he failed too to take action once he stayed away from being a pedestrian beyond the 8th year he was in power.


ah cool thanks.
banned#34
deeky
sofiasar
deeky
sofiasar
when will the crime prosicution actually sentence him !
throw away the key
Why? Has he been convicted of something? oO
yes, his currently going through a trial in court.
it's been 2 years now.

Really? Any chance of a link please?


beg your pardon.
you have forgotten about this quite quickly.

it is called chilcot inquiry

link is ,

https://www.google.co.uk/search?client=ms-android-lge&hl=en-GB&ei=XmiGWPKHFIzegAb_naaoCg&q=tony+blair+iraq+war+trial&oq=tony+blair+iraq+war+trial&gs_l=mobile-gws-serp.3..33i21k1.27585.59536.0.59918.32.32.0.8.8.0.186.4365.1j31.32.0....0...1c.1.64.mobile-gws-serp..8.23.2429...0j41j0i7i30k1j0i22i30k1j0i7i5i30k1j0i8i7i30k1j0i13k1.tlfj2DvnA-k

IV copied and pasted a few info .

Sir John Chilcot’s inquiry has not, in his words, “expressed a view on whether military action [in Iraq] was legal”. That question, he said, could be resolved only by a court. Still less does his report deal with the question of whether Tony Blair or others should face legal action.

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