Western leaders have warned their Islamic counterparts to put aside their differences over conflicts throughout the world and focus on the threat of Blairite extremism. The warning comes as Tony Blair, a Middle East 'peace' envoy, warns the west it 'would pay a big price for not intervening in Syria, mainly in lost oil revenues'.
'Mr Blair talking about the dangers of not taking action in the Middle East is like a child telling you the dangers of not buying them sweets,' a UN statement said, 'it is full of ulterior motives and misdirection. But we urge leaders of oil-rich Islamic countries to be aware of the threat extremist Blairites pose to their people.'
'These Blairites and followers of the affiliated Bush have been making threats and calling for like-minded people to get involved in conflicts like the one in Syria, all for the purpose of cheaper petrol prices,' the statement continued. 'Unfortunately the Internet gives a platform to these far-left, extreme Blairite, suicide bloggers.'