Saturday, August 27, 2005

Polly Toynbee


The Guardian's Polly Toynbee wrote that Blair's speech at the October 2001 Labour party conference "will stand as a moment British politics became vigorously, unashamedly, social democratic. The day it became missionary and almost Swedish in pursuit of universal justice".

Toynbee described Blair's "noble sentiments for a new world order".

Toynbee noted that Blair declared "war on poverty, tyranny and injustice while barely using the word 'war' at all".

The article was entitled: "He promised to take on the world. And I believed him".

Does anyone believe anything that Polly Toynbee writes?


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