In this first instalment, Anthony describes how right he was.
Before we proceed, some thanks are in order. I know, wise reader, you gave thanks to me in the past for all of the wonderful things I brought into this world. It is of course, as one of my key workers Alleystare Camp-Bell pointed out to me, very likely that you are one of the 100 million people who thanked me by voting for me in the United Britain election of 1997 and you are probably one of the billions of wonderful people on this planet who want me to be the World President.
So, as we embark on this account of my fantastic journey, I would like to take this opportunity to allow you to thank me again. And Cherry says donât forget to buy another copy of my book to give to a loved one.
In The Beginning
Beginnings are delicate things, many potentially great events founder on the slightest mishap at inception. Well you can thank The Lord himself that my beginning was so perfect. I came from an impeccable Noo Labor background, my mother was the daughter of a Glaswegian butcher and my father, the illegitimate offspring of English actors, was a peripatetic law lecturer. We lived 5 children to a room (or was it 5 rooms to each child) in a Georgian mansion in the cathedral precinct of Durham.
As a child I was a precocious, helpful young person who would always be ready to offer words of advice. I would often demonstrate my compassionate idealism by telling my mother how she could do the cleaning in a new third way. My father always showed an intense and emotional expression of surprise on his lined face when I would advise him about my human rights.
My parents loved me so dearly that they would often exclaim loudly to the heavens how much they couldnât stand how âfull of itâ I was. Such endearments only gave me more encouragement to tread the path that has led to this captivating book you are reading.
After an incident at Durham Cathedralâs Choristersâ School, my parents insisted I spend the rest of my impoverished upbringing at expensive boarding schools. This reinforced my compassionate idealism and sense of self-admiration.
My parents often remarked how glad they were that I was at boarding school and were only too happy to scrimp and save to pay for me to stay at school over the holidays.
The many school friends, that I think I had, would often stay away from me and never speak to me, if only to make it easier for them to stand back in awe at my demigod like looks and achievements.
My personal biographer, John Rentoul, remarked how much I was missed when I left school. âAll the teachers I spoke to when researching the book said he was a complete pain in the backside, and they were very glad to see the back of him.â
In my mind I know God intended me to be the remarkably wonderful World Leader that I am today. So it was only natural that I should have started my adulthood by creating the worldâs most fantastic boy band at school. I named the band the âFurtive Gropingsâ. In the three and a half long arduous days of our existence, we did sellout tours of Acton and Neasden and went to number one in the pop charts at the Goldhawk Road secondhand record shop.
After these heady days came to an end, I started on my career as a World Leader by becoming a renowned lawyer. Derry Irvine, who ran our chambers was a wonderful mentor, he would often tell me how he feared the day I stepped into a courtroom. He said that as I was so âfull of itâ he would prolong my traineeship to defer my first case, âfor the sake of the justice systemâ.
He once shouted that I was so âhorse-copulatingly awe fullâ that he would look forward to the day I started a career outside law. Readers should know that this legal jargon is the highest praise a world renowned lawyer can receive.
As I was having my lunchtime gaze into the mirror yesterday, I wondered about the other love of my life and recalled how Cherry and I met.
Just before Derry Irvine asked me to leave his law firm, he pointed out, in his own unique way, how much he admired me and asked me to do him just one favour before we parted. He told me of a âferocious, foul-mouthed, useless, bolshy bintâ who had just started working for him and who was causing untold problems in the office. Derry was of the opinion that she was a âfrustrated harridanâ who neeeded a âdamned good seeing to and that this is the only way to calm down uppity slappers like her.â These technical legal expresisons were actually affectionate words of praise for none other than my own dear, sweet Cherry.
This was the first I had heard of this wonderful woman and thereafter I would often hear similar energetic expressions of her startling abilities. As Derry suggested, we did go courting and we embarked on what the world now regards as the most intense, loving and respectful peopleâs partnership ever seen.
Humble Birth of a Political Giant
The world can also thank dear, dear Derry for encouraging me to join the compassionate and idealistic world of politics. âTony, you preening queer.â he told me once, âSince you are such an elephantâs appendage of a prima donna, why doncha join that bunch of pansies in the Tory party?â
When I tried to join my fatherâs local Tory Association, their Chairperson very astutely noticed how talented I was. He kindly suggested that my talents would be wasted on the Tories and that as I âwas so full of itâ I should âjoin that shower down in the Labour Club.â.
I joined the local Labour party and told them how I loved Karl Marxâs Mein Kampf. They were very impressed and gave me the key role of clearing the empty glasses on Friday evenings.
Later on, I impressed both my colleagues and opponents when I single handledly almost won the 1982 bye-election in Beaconsfield. My Labour colleagues passionately congratulated me by way of the traditional Labour gesture of throwing tomatoes at me. They said that I was so good that I had even âlost the depositâ and halved my vote. This is, apparently, a great political achievement that very few Labour or Tory politicians have accomplished.
From then on, it was an effortless path to greatness as I smarmed, bitched and backbited my way to the leadership of Noo Labor.
I was also helped by my fragrant friend Petey Mandelslime, who I rather think fancied my handsome looks.
Why I Was Right About Gordon Brown
Look, Iâm a compassionate kinda guy, you donât just chuck a mentally disturbed scottish psychopath and his carer wife out onto the streets where he wonât be protected by MP expenses or attack-dog spin assassins. It isnât the Noo Labor way. It is common knowledge that I was right to show Christian charidee and give a token job to Gordon and his carer wife. The alternative would have been to witness them plunging into a life of normal work and living slightly luxurious life-styles.
Hence I gave them the insignificant job of Chancellor, which as anyone knows, is an undemanding job that requires making the occasional decision about petty cash.
Just to remind my dear reader (you are a very intelligent and lovely person for buying my book by the way, all proceeds go to my fantastic wife Cherryâs favourite charidee), just to remind my really excellent readers, the real power is with the PM (that was me!) who makes all of the major war policies and who strides the global stage like a leviathan and always has at least 10 police outriders wherever he travels.
The trivial, unimportant decisions about petty cash, housing, public staff, etc. were left to someone who, well letâs be frank here, I really love Gordon and his carer wife whats-her-name, but to be absolutely honest with ourselves in that sincere Noo Labor way, these kind of menial jobs, where no real harm can be done are best left to people like Gordon and his carer wife.
Why I Was Right About the Global Credit Warming Crunch
Gordon and his lovely carer wife were the peopleâs house-keepers. And we all loved them dearly for it, what a fantastic job they did too: keeping the poor dependent on more and more benefits; putting more unfortunate unemployable misfits on the public payroll; giving away the national gold reserves at ridiculous prices to rich bankers; borrowing trillions; forcing northern banks to lend, lend, lend; viciously smearing and attacking any opponent. The deeply passionate Christian side of me looked on and wept at these magnificently generous acts of charidee. Gordon and his carer wife truly deserved a place in heaven, as soon as possible.
Sadly though, and I canât go into it in detail, but it was documented in a secret dossier, sadly, Gordon and his carer wife ignored my economic advice and decided to start the Global Credit Warming Crunch.
Unfortunately for the world, I was distracted at that time bestriding the global lecture stages, trying to save the world and bring democracee and lucrative speeches to the ears and minds of the generous after dinner circuits of the US of A. As you will see in the secret dossiers that will be made public in 100 years time, I told Gordon and good olâ George W Bush (my ardent admirer and the best US president ever) that the only way to stop the Global Credit Warming Crunch was to borrow more money. Sadly they ignored my advice, even though I was saving Western Civilisation at the time. And we now witness the mess we are in because my advice was ignored.
Of course Iâm a decent kinda guy, I donât harbour any lasting grudge towards Gordon and his carer wife, they are after all only human and we must indulge them.
Why I am Not Inhuman
Many confused, and letâs be quite frank here, many nasty conservative people accused me of war crimes. Yes itâs kinda hard to believe in this age of fantastic education, education, education, but those poor deluded people actually thought my military actions of salvation in Iraq and Afghanistan were wrong.
Even my dear, dear friends in MI5 said I was right, I even knighted one of them, lovely John Starlett, for writing a groveling document to say I was right.
So, now everyone knows I was right about the war on terror. I should add that if I had still decided to stay in power, we would now also be at war with Iran, Syria, North Korea, Pakistan and Canada, helping to spread democracee.
Just think of the unprecedented amounts of happiness and the staggering democracee we could have spread in such wars, think of the Global Credit Warming Crunches that would not have happened, think of the scottish psychopaths that would never have been over promoted.
But we are forgiving, we know you are all only too human, the time will come when you beg us to come back to save you. Perhaps some of you could sign this petition to put me in my proper place: www.make_Tony_united-nations_presdient-for_life.com
The Nightmare for Britain as I had to Resign
Just as Christ, lovely guy by the way, Iâve read all his books, just as He had to face his Calvary, so too did I have to face my own Pharisees who gave their 40 pieces of silver to crucify Me the only saviour of the World.
Yes, even though the whole nation loved me as their peopleâs Prime Minister, I had to leave. For reasons of security, you must trust me on this , for reasons of serious national security I cannot reveal why I was wonderful and why I left so suddenly and why I should have stayed in power for life, but letâs just say this: I should not have left but I did.
Yes, this tragedy, in an all too biblical way, saw me being denied the chance to profit from more years of leading the free world (and freebies for Cherry!). So sadly we had to downgrade to a little multi-million dollar mansion in the Arabian quarter of London and live our modest lives.
My Enduring Legacee
Historians will write of my leadership as being fantastically better than Churchillâs but they will only do this when they read the secret dossiers that Alleystare Campbell wrote and which, for national security reasons, will only be revealed in 100 years time.
Another part of my legacy to you wonderful discerning people is this, and I canât emphasise it more strongly, it is this: I Was Right, I Was Wonderful and I Will be Missed.
This has been Anthony Blair writing to you, you have been a lovely reader, you deserve the best, buy more copies of my book for your other houses. All proceeds go to mine and Cherryâs favourite charidees. Some proceeds may go to families of soldiers I helped kill but Cherry is still making up her wonderful mind on that. She is a loving, selfless human being and she will do for the soldiers what I did for the Unided Kingderm. Mwah, luv ya, byeee.