Tony Blair joins in with establishment hypocrisy?
Not surprisingly Tony Blair is albeit belatedly the latest member of this country's establishment to join in the hypocrisy directed at those recently returned captives from Iran.
There seems to have been an endless parade of tinpot politicians, journalists and others who have joined in the sickening condemnation of British service personnel who've recently been released from the clutches of Iran, a country which appears to be won by religious fanatics.
Since men and women of the country's armed services, are supposedly defending democracy in Iraq, it seems ironic to me, that these same men and women who risk their lives, should now be surrounded by controversy fuelled by the likes of David Cameron.
If you check former public schoolboy David Cameron's career in Wikipedia, you'll find an absence of his military career there's reference to Eton, Oxford and even the Conservative Research Department. Similarly with Tony Blair another public school boy Fettes College and Oxford again no military career.
So who are these leaders really, to cast doubt on those who have experienced something a little sharper, than some smart remark from a political opponent.
To me most of this debate seems to be coming from upper-class toffs, who can quite easily turn down a few thousand pounds, I'm sure both these twits will attempt to cash in on their political careers at the earliest opportunity, will anyone object of , I doubt it.