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Chatham House Report

Asked what the response was to the Chatham House report suggesting that the Prime Minister has had little or no influence on Washington during his time as Prime Minister, the PMOS said that the wires would shortly be producing the Prime Minister’s response and the reporter should wait for that.

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  1. It’s funny that what we have here is basically the government (Chatham House, AKA the Royal Institute for International Affairs, the REAL government – oh, and don’t get taken in by their website!!) and the government’s PR department (the visible government we have shoved down our necks by the corporate and state-controlled media) falling out with each other! The government (i.e. the RIIA!) must be pissed off indeed if they are willing to release a report publicly saying that their chief talking head (Bliar) has failed in his job. Look for him to be replaced very soon; don’t look too hard for his replacement though – David Cameron was vetted by the Bilderberger Group before he was shoehorned in as leader of the "opposition", so I’ve already wagered a considerable sum of money on the outcome of the next General Election!

    Comment by SmokeNMirrors — 1 Jan 2007 on 6:36 pm | Link

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