Breaking: Blair is seeking a comeback using the exact same script he prepared for Mahathir

TTF: The news item (far below) is from the Independent, UK, and pertains a request for former British premier Tony Blair to “step forward and establish a new political party” with the intent of takin over government.

Notice how similar the modus operandi being suggested is with the methods employed by Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his UMNO surrogate, Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM), to wrest control of government from Barisan Nasional.

As early as in 2016, I wrote:

…an anti-Mahathirism movement in Malaysia hit a snag when Mahathir was alerted by Daim Zainuddin of a conspiracy that existed between individuals who were linked to Anwar and former US ambassador to Malaysia, John R. Malott, to trigger a regime change in Malaysia. Gore put it to Soros that efforts by his team to infuse reformist attitudes within the region seemed to stumble at every block. He told Soros that Mahathir’s and Suharto’s fortresses were heavily guarded.

Hearing this, Soros immediately decided to fast track the establishment of the shadow syndicate. The month was December and the year, 1996 – Soros had just concluded a meeting with Gore and Tony Blair to discuss the shadow syndicate. The meeting came on the heels of a visit by Blair to the Oval Office on the 4th of December 1996. Blair is said to have told his aides that he and Clinton were “political soul mates.”

“He was the most formidable politician I had ever encountered … as a political class act, I deferred to the master. He had it all.”

Blair was in the US to seek Clinton’s patronage in his electoral campaign against the ruling British Conservatives. Blair was accompanied by a former British journalist, Alastair John Campbell, who not only was his staunch ally, but his secret advisor and someone the former British premier referred to in times of crisis. Rumour has it that it was Campbell who advised Blair to seek Soros’ patronage in a bid to wrest control of the UK government.

A month later, the newly established shadow syndicate outlined a scheme to break the central banks of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Soros told the syndicate that members of his Quantum Fund, which he established in 1973 together with Jim Rogers, had successfully created an economic bubble within the region which his team would severely inflate and puncture at the right moment. On the sidelines, Soros cautioned Gore against any surprise move by the Clinton administration that was without the backing of the global elites.


Later the same year, I wrote:

Unbeknown to the Malaysian government, PetroSaudi had in November 2010 signed Blair up to assist the company broker deals with well-connected officials in China the former British premier was said to be close to. As a reward, Blair was promised a 2 percent commission for each deal he brokered, which came atop the 41,000 pound monthly fee he charged PetroSaudi for his services.

Bllair had hoped to ride on his appointment with PetroSaudi by negotiating strategic partnerships between PetroSaudi and the Chinese government through an umbrella organization of his, the Tony Blair Associates (TBA). But every time he thought of a potentially lucrative deal, he discovered that 1MDB had been there and had done that. And that was just the second of his problems.

The first had to do with Mubadala Development Company PJSC, an investment vehicle wholly owned by the government of Abu Dhabi. On the 8th of October 2010, barely a month prior to Blair’s appointment by PetroSaudi, Mubadala signed two collaborative agreements worth USD7 billion with 1MDB that had the potential of spurring Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Malaysia. At the time of signing, nobody within the Malaysian government was made aware of Blair’s appointment as Mubadala’s principal advisor the year before, despite the appointment being made by the very person who approved the collaboration agreements with 1MDB.

That person was none other than Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the head of the state’s wealth fund. Both Zayed and his brother, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, shared very close rapports with Blair and had hoped the former British premier would trench them a path through Chinese bureaucracy and into the inner circles of well connected Chinese officials. But as with the case of PetroSaudi, 1MDB seemed to come between Blair and deals he planned to negotiate on behalf of Mubadala with the Chinese.

Through Blair’s association with the two Sheikhs and former officials from JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs (who I will talk about in an upcoming article), Blair and his team were able to gain access to inside information that pertained to 1MDB and all its dealings with various quarters in Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia. By March 2014, the former British premier had drawn the line – he wanted 1MDB out of the picture once and for all.

If what I am told is true, Blair’s people established contact with Ms. Rewcastle some time in May 2014 to offer her a glimpse of that information. They promised to book Andrew a seat on the Blair express and have him connected with just the right Chinese officials to further his energy ambitions. In return, all Ms. Rewcastle needed to do was to find ways to sabotage 1MDB, including meeting up with former Malaysian premier Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, who intelligence agents in the UK knew was about to strike Najib.


There is a lot more where all this came from.

If you were to comb through The Third Force and Malaysia Today (where I used to write before) and seek out articles related to 1MDB, you’d stumble upon many linking Tony Blair to an international conspiracy to sabotage both Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak and the Malaysian fund.

Suffice to say, Blair was pissed that 1MDB had gotten in the way of his mission to turn an umbrella concern of his, Tony Blair Associates (TBA), into an investment gateway through which he intended to broker energy deals between the Middle East and China.

It soon became clear to him that the Chinese were more interested to work with Najib and 1MDB than they were to work with TBA or any of George Soros’ offshore concerns.

It wasn’t long after that Soros and Blair teamed up to architect what may well be the world’s greatest conspiracy known to date to effect a regime change in a sovereign state through manipulation of the world media.

Blair masterminded the scheme to turn Dr Mahathir Mohamad into the eighth Prime Minister of Malaysia.

With Soros’ help, he got Mahathir in touch with several American based intelligence outfits, including the Democratic linked National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and the Republican based International Republican Institute (IRI) to assist him in realising the scheme.

He now intends to apply the exact same scheme to effect a regime change in the UK by or before the 31st of May 2020, which, strangely enough, is the deadline by which Mahathir is required to trigger the 15th Malaysian general election (GE15).

The next UK election is scheduled to be held by or before the 5th of May 2022 pursuant to the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.

To be continued…

Kevin Rixon (Independent, UK)

The time has come for Tony Blair to step forward and establish a new political party after the fashion of New Labour, since both the Tory and Labour parties are incapable of leading and governing the country. The far right within the Conservative Party are like lemmings, leading the country over the cliff, with economic suicide for us all. It would seem that the Tories are at war with each other, the far right against those who see themselves as moderates. The far right are more concerned with their own political aims than doing what is right for the country.

Labour, on the other hand, has been taken over by the Communist Party, with policies that failed in the 1970s and a leader whose followers use intimidation, bullying and threats against the moderate members of the party. For my entire adult life, I have been a Labour supporter and a believer in the objectives of the Labour movement. But now I find that I can no longer support the Labour Party, even though I endorse many, if not most, Labour MPs. The problem is the far left: it has taken over the leadership and is having moderate MPs deselected.

What is needed is a new vision, a new method of government with clear objectives: we need a society that works for everyone.

In my opinion, Tony Blair was the greatest prime minister that this country has ever had. That does not mean he never made mistakes. But once he made his mind up to do something, he did whatever it took to achieve it,

If you disagreed with him about the Iraq War, it does not mean he was wrong or that you were wrong; it simply means you had different opinions. He was able to look at the bigger picture and to reach a different conclusion. What the country needs today is strong leadership and direction. We need politicians of the very highest standard, people of integrity and intelligence.

I believe we, as a country, need Tony Blair to step forward, to be the head of a new kind of politics and a new kind of political party. I also call upon the moderates within both the Tory and Labour parties to join this new movement. We are living in a new age and we need a new kind of politics and politicians to lead and guide the country. Imagine what we could achieve if the moderates from all political parties came together and worked for the country. History shows us that need to change and evolve: we live in a new age and we need new ideas and ideology to survive. We need a leader with integrity and vision – we need you, Tony Blair!

Source: Independent