Friday, 27 May 2011

‘How Could A Notorious War Criminal Evade Justice For So Long?’ Ask Blair and Bush

Slaughtering Muslims is a serious business
Former president George W. Bush and ex-prime minister Tony Blair today echoed the world’s anger over the fifteen years it has taken for Bosnian Serb war criminal Ratko Mladic to face justice for the thousands of deaths he ordered.

“It beggars belief that a warmongering murderer with so much blood on his hands could have been allowed to move about freely in public for so long under the protection of his president,” said Mr Blair, who earlier in the week attended President Obama’s reception in Westminster Hall.

“Even when the regime that sheltered him finally collapsed, this unrepentant anti-Muslamist creep was able to enjoy a real nice life in the country,” complained President Bush from his Texas ranch, where he is tended by a pair of goats named Donald and Condy.

“That’s a big bad,” he added. “Say, when do I get an aircraft carrier named after me?”

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