Jeremy Vine BLASTS Remoaner Blair: “NOBODY Ever Wants to Hear From You Again!”
Jeremy Vine has this week revealed what the viewers of his show really believe in – and they really don’t like former Prime Minister Tony Blair!
When talking about a list of topics which he says never fail to provoke his Radio 2 listeners, he revealed that “nobody wants to ever see or hear from Tony Blair again”. This is a view which his viewers are “united” on, which hasn’t come as much of a shock to most.
The former Labour leader has a vast range of reasons for which he is hated by the British public. Of course, he is an arch-remoaner who believes he knows better than the people, he is a war criminal who partially caused over 500,000 deaths in Iraq based on false information, and his immigration policy, while he was PM, caused the highest level of immigration into the UK since WW2.
He listed various topics that really engaged his listeners, including violence towards children and issues which divide the two genders, but nothing matches the hate towards Blair. He said: “Another topic that is guaranteed to take off: Tony Blair.
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“When we ask the question if Blair should continue to give his opinion in public – then our listeners freak out.
“Nobody, really nobody wants to ever see or hear from Tony Blair again.”
He also said that issues which divide the generations are particularly popular – he said they cause “intergenerational warfare”.
Highlighting this, he said: “When the young complain that they have to work at the supermarket with a college degree to make ends meet.
“And that the old people gave them Brexit as thanks.
“Wow, this brings out emotions.”