Blair Leaves Office with Legacy Intact

January 19 2005 - Tal Afar - Iraq. A girl is covered with her parents' blood after they were shot dead by US troops in front of her.

LONDON, England – Tony Blair left office today to praise and cheers from the people of Britain and America.

At a Downing Street press conference today, the former Prime Minister Tony Blair was presented with some framed photographs to commemorate his term in office.

The photographs depicting a shooting from Tal Afar Iraq are an excellent reminder to the Prime Minister of the legacy he has left behind and how he will be viewed in history.

Under Tony Blair’s and George W Bush’s ‘leadership’, over 140,000 Iraqi’s have been killed.

George W Bush, however, has not reached his target of 500,000 Iraqis murdered and will carry on the fight without Tony who is taking an early exit.

Over the last ten years Mr Blair has not achieved much, apart from taking Britain into a war which has caused the death of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghans, pumping Iraq full of depleted uranium and displacing millions of people from their homes.

With a proud tear in his eye, Mr Blair accepted the gifts which were presented by six year old Alice Johansen who is the daughter of the US Ambassador to Britain.


Photographs commemorating Blair’s legacy


Mr Blair was later honoured by the Queen at Buckingham Palace and presented with a medal as appreciation for services rendered to the country.

Mr Blair, who will begin his new job as ‘Middle East Peace Envoy’, is already calculating his untaxed ‘kick-backs’ income which will no doubt be immense.


Photographs commemorating Blair’s legacy

The incoming gurning unelected Prime Minister Gordon Brown has vowed to carry on the Blair mantle and as he was mumbled into office today he promised that British troops would stay in Iraq and Afghanistan indefinitely.

The rest of the country, however, is resigned to the fate of listening to this morose mumbling idiot for a whole year before he is ousted from his podium of dour hard labour.