Opinion: The latest on Tony Blair appears to be that he sees himself as some sort of post Brexit messiah who is coming back to save us all from Trump world and more.
Of course the cynic or is that the realist in me assumes he is coming back to look after numero uno.
Blair has been busy since leaving politics.
He took on the role of Middle East peace envoy - that went well didn't it?
He set up a faith foundation and more and along the way became a very wealthy individual.
His spin doctor Alastair Campbell was recently all over the news prostitiuting his time working with Blair as he pushed his latest money making book.
At the weekend an anonymous source told the Times Blair was planning a comeback but who knew if that was real news or just click bait aiming at getting eyeballs on publications?
We posted our opinion with "Dear Labour Party Compliance Unit about Tony Blair calling Corbyn a nutter?"
That report was well recieved and following a request was made into a petition on 38 degrees.
38 degrees ultimately pulled the petition but 812 people had already signed.
Their reasons for pulling the petition were dubious but after closing my 38 degress account the petition was relaunched and can be found here.
Monday though the adage there is no smoke without fire rings true as the Guardian reports "Tony Blair aims to fight resurgent populism with centre-ground campaign":
Tony Blair is hoping to act to combat the populist forces that have led to the UK deciding to leave the European Union and the election of Donald Trump by producing hard policy responses to the anger felt about globalisation.
Tony Blair is a divisive figure. These days he is the kiss of death to the Labour Party.
Too much water has gone under the bridge.
He has his allies though but as a group they will undermine the current Labour Party shadow cabinet and split the vote further.
You may believe that Mr Blair's heart is in the right place but I do not.
Some will say heart what heart? Others will say yes the RIGHT place as in Tory.
So what do I say?
For what it is worth I think Blair is not wanted or needed. Like Hillary Clinton he has too much baggage. That will leave him and the party open to attack.
Personally Blair is in it for what he can get out of it in my opinion.
The Labour Party has had a tottering year.
Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected party leader but many senior MPs who served under Blair are stuck in the past.
My MP Alan Johnson refused to support Jeremy Corbyn from day one and that continues. Old enough to retire, and affluent enough one assumes, he sticks around but why?
How many of the old guard are simply waiting for a reinvention of old new Labour.
Procrastination is the thief of time and we, the Labour Party have wasted far too much time already this year.
Alan Johnson failed to persuade the electorate to vote BRemain yet somehow blamed Corbyn.
It is worth noting that Corbyn's constituency voted BRemain while Johnsons voted for BRexit.
The issue is more complicated than some people like to admit.
The Laour Party may yet split and in may ways that could be the best move but not for we the people.
Still what do some politicians really care about the people of this country?
There are centre ground and right wing political parties already in the UK.
We need a left wing political party.
A split Labour Party will divide the vote further and guarantee the Tories elctoral success.
They must be laughing all the way to the bank. Their divisions go largely unreported.
The culmination of a year's work undermining Corbyn, plotting and more is about to leap out of the closet.
Fat-cat consultants and those who appear to be Tory in all but name have been working with Blair.
Yes folks we were correct all along.
The Labour Party Mr Corbyn may inherit will be split, undermined, short of cash and more.
As aways watch this space!
Dear Iain McNicol, Labour NEC, Jeremy Corbyn and Compliance Unit,
I note that the word Blairite no longer represents Labour values and is in fact a banned word.
Around 20 years ago Tony Blair and his Blairite New Labour were touted as the best thing since sliced bread.
But times change and BLAIRITE is now a four-letter word in all but letter count.
As a 64-year-old working-class woman I find it odd that since becoming a Labour Party member almost two years ago my vocabulary has been curbed.
I can no longer use the word Blairite, or a few others, during any social media activity. If I do and am reported to you guys I could be suspended or expelled from the party.
Of course my Labour Party vote of 43 plus years would still be welcomed by you all I suppose.
Yet Sunday according to the usual anonymous Times source Tony Blair is considering a return to British politics and one reason is because he thinks Jeremy Corbyn is a "nutter."
Surely that verbal attack is worse than calling a person a blairite, tory-lite, scum or traitor.
Fair enough scum is a bit strong but it has been widely used through Labour Party history during industrial action and beyond.
In namby pampy 2016 political correctness rules the Labour Party but is that only when it suits?
Having emailed the validation team regarding John Ferrett, Alastair Campbell and a few others who have been abusive online no reply is ever received.
Campbell's favourite word on Twitter when he is challenged is to call the person a "twat."
I imagine this open letter and email will again fall on deaf ears and you will not respond.
But here's the thing.
If the next plot is already underway, if Labour split or whatever, the only real losers will be "we the voters."
Perhaps the flood of MEPs set to lose their jobs on the back of BRexit, and MPs who will be shoved out in the cold with Tory boundary changes, are going to fill the necessary posts of a new type of Labour Party.
But whatever is playing out behind the scenes "the Labour Party management" are making us all look like fools.
Democracy in the Labour Party must be restored and that must mean taking veteran party members such as Tony Blair to task for calling Corbyn a nutter.
The Labour Party has its roots in fair play.
Time you acted in a fair manner
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