Blair to be arrested..

..over and over and over again, with a bit of luck.

Many would love to see the rictus-grinning Blair bought to justice for his part in the illegal war in Iraq.

None more so than the good citizens who have set up a website dedicated to the arrest of Anthony Blair. And they're prepared to offer a reward for his arrest. They freely admit:

"The intention is to encourage repeated attempts to arrest the former prime minister. We have four purposes:
- To remind people that justice has not yet been done.
- To show Mr Blair that, despite his requests for people to “move on” from Iraq, the mass murder he committed will not be forgotten.
- To put pressure on the authorities of the United Kingdom and the countries he travels through to prosecute him for a crime against peace, or to deliver him for prosecution to the International Criminal Court.
- To discourage other people from repeating his crime."

And to encourage a large number of arrests, wherever the Bliar goes, the site offers..

"..a reward to people attempting a peaceful citizen’s arrest of the former British prime minister, Tony Blair, for crimes against peace. Anyone attempting an arrest which meets the rules laid down here will be entitled to one quarter of the money collected at the time of his or her application"

Obviously, they don't want - or they must pretend not to want - Blair injured or endangered by any arrest attempt, but the site carefully describes how to make a peaceful citizens' arrest:

"..calmly to approach Mr Blair and in a gentle fashion to lay a hand on his shoulder or elbow, in such a way that he cannot have any cause to complain of being hurt or trapped by you, and announce loudly, “Mr Blair, this is a citizens’ arrest for a crime against peace, namely your decision to launch an unprovoked war against Iraq. I am inviting you to accompany me to a police station to answer the charge.”

No longer will T. Blair be able to claim he can feel the 'hand of destiny' on his shoulder - it'll be the hand of the public. Wherever he goes, whatever he does.

If you don't think you can get your hands on the slippery bastard personally, why not chip in and top the pot up?

If you do think you can get yourself to somewhere the lying, gurning bastard might be, then why not give it a go? The pot is currently just over six grand.

The satisfaction of a job well done, the discomfiture of a loathsome shit, and some cash in hand?

What are you waiting for?

(tip of the hat to Old Holborn)
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Pam Nash said...

Now *there's* a good idea - I'd love to see Bliar in the dock at The Hague.

AntiCitizenOne said...

Sorry but don't do it...

In order for the arrest to be lawful, the following two conditions must also be satisfied:

* It appears to the person making the arrest that it is not reasonably practicable for a constable to make the arrest instead
* The arrestor has reasonable grounds for believing that the arrest is necessary to prevent one of the following:
o The person causing physical injury to himself or others
o The person suffering physical injury
o The person causing loss of or damage to property
o The person absconding before a constable can assume responsibility for him

bnzss said...

The police are the public and the public are the police... besides, since no constable has arrested him, we can assume that Blair has absconded a lot.

Anonymous said...

Awwwwww. don't spoil it, ACO.

AntiCitizenOne said...

I don't want you guys getting yourselves arrested for no reason.

Captain Haddock said...

ACO is absolutely correct .. and, considering that B'Liar enjoys armed 24/7 protection whilst in UK .. getting your collar felt is the least of the potential problems ..

selsey.steve said...

And, as Capt. H has pointed ot, B'liar gets 24/7 ARMED protection. This is paid for by us, to the tune of millions!