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Craig Murray
People who support the EU have the right to campaign and march today. But the undemocratic organisation is a comeback vehicle for Blairite war criminals who delivered illegal war. Don't be used. War Criminals should not be platformed whatever platitudes they spout.
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Craig Murray 23 Mar 19
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
By "undemocratic" I refer to organisation total lack of internal democracy. Who put Campbell, Mandelson, Blair, Straw Jr and David Milliband in charge? I am not referring to a 2nd ref, which seems a sensible idea.
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Carol Clarke 23 Mar 19
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
perhaps - but May and her team are hardly clean handed, sanctions, drone strikes, human rights abuses here and abroad. UK being made to Brexit by right wing alliance. Moats and beams. Our enemies enemy sometimes has to be our friend (however temporarily)
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Craig Murray 23 Mar 19
Replying to @mellenoweth
There are no circumstances which excuse Tony Blair being your friend. Hundreds of thousands of dead children across the Middle East argue against that proposition.
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ShazzBakes 23 Mar 19
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
REALLY?
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Craig Murray 23 Mar 19
Replying to @ShazzBakes
Indisputably.
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DavidStirrup #SocialistDistancingFromLabour 23 Mar 19
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
The choice of Tony Blair as a cheerleader for the people's vote march today is peak irony considering his attitude towards mass marches against his illegal Iraq war.
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Exposed Brick 23 Mar 19
Blair devalues anything he touches. Not wise to have him linked to any movement (other than neo-liberalism).
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AW–B FORENSICALLY CHALLENGED!!! 23 Mar 19
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
I could never ever join any march with those war mongers leading it.
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Trevor Mitchell ¡No pasarán! 23 Mar 19
Imagine having at the front someone who is going to vote for May if she makes a promise, alongside a load of mates who stated they will always vote for May in any no confidence motion.
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stephen reynolds 23 Mar 19
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
Isn't that a bit like refusing to go on a train because you don't agree with rail privatisation?
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Craig Murray 23 Mar 19
Replying to @scrkmr
I don't mind people going. But don't clap or cheer the Blairite war criminals, whatever self-serving positioin they currently adopt.
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