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Blair is not what he seems Did you...

Blair is not what he seems
Did you know that Tony Blair is a cousin of the Queen of England? (And therefore a cousin of the George's Bush)
Anthony Charles Lynton Blair is the son of Leo Blair, a barrister and a Tory. Leo was the son of Charles Parsons and Gussie Bridson. Charlie and Gussie were a musical-hall 'turn' in which Charlie took the stage-name of Jimmy Lynton. Gussie, Tony's grannie, was the daughter of a well-heeled, Lancashire family who were relatives of the Earls of Strathmore, the Queen Mother's family. Tony's illegitimate father, Leo Parson's was fostered out to the family of a Glasgow shipyard-worker, James Blair, which is where the new name comes from.

written 28th Apr 2005


Anonymous replies: Oh no he isn't....

If you are planning to plagarise something then you should at least make sure that the item is question is factual.

You've obviously lifted your nonsense directly from

The site is known to be factually inaccurate (claiming that mankind is descended from trees !!!)

Sorry, but Tony Blair is not related in manner, shape or form to the Queen.

written 30th Apr 2005

Max replies: I wouldn't be voting for Blair whether or not he was the victim of inbreeding. I won't be voting for any other pro-capitalism parties either.

written 1st May 2005

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