TB plagues the Middle East: 11 political positions Tony Blair really shouldn't have
Tony Blair has been a busy man since he stepped down as Britain’s prime minister back in 2007. Despite denying it, Mr. Blair is said to be earning between $76 million - $155 million since quitting as leader of the UK’s Labour party.
The former PM’s CV demonstrates the variety of positions he has somewhat ironically held, ranging from the UN’s Middle East Peace Envoy, to working as an advisor for a few dodgy dictatorships - take note Libya and Kazakhstan. Continue reading below »
After deciding to invade Iraq in 2003 under the false pretense of Saddam Hussein's supposed weapons of mass destruction, which were never found, it is clear Mr. Blair isn’t suited to many of the job roles he has taken up.
Now the newly appointed chairman of the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation, despite his diplomatic impotence while he was part of the UN Peace Quartet during many tensions in the Israel-Palestine conflict over the years, Tony may have the public relations swag, but certainly doesn’t have a good track record to back it up!
"Tony Blair being Middle East peace envoy is like making Harold Shipman spokesman for Help The Aged, " British politician George Galloway once remarked referring to the doctor who killed over 250 elderly patients.
Here’s an insight of TB’s shoddy career path and why he should consider changing his employment line.