Whyever would we think that, Tony?

Sometimes it’s just too easy:

Tony Blair avoided talking about his religious views while in office for fear of being labelled “a nutter”, the former prime minister has revealed.

Yes, because there’s absolutely nothing nutterish at all about this, is there?:

Holidaying on the Mexican Riviera in August 2001, they underwent a “rebirthing ritual” in a temazcal – a Mayan steam bath which represents the womb. Herb-infused water was thrown over heated lava rocks to create a cleansing sweat and balance the Blairs’ “energy flow”, while their therapist, Nancy Aguilar, told the credulous couple to imagine animal-shapes in the steam and explained what such visions meant.

The Prime Minister of Great Britain and his wife, a Crown Court judge, wished for peace on earth, then screamed to signify the pain of rebirth before venturing outside again.

They were offered watermelon and papaya, then told to smear any uneaten fruit over each other’s bodies, along with mud from the jungle outside. They then walked hand in hand down the beach to swim in the sea.

One thought on “Whyever would we think that, Tony?”

  1. Come on Blair and his wife nutters, of course not, lets see whom would you ask for advice about buying flats a nice man down and the local estate agent or a fraud from Australia answer the fraud, mind you thinking about estate agents I ask neither.

    But now Blair is in Charge of the Catholic Church the pope has been told to toe the Labour sorry Tory line, and to move over only one person sits next to god thats his son Blair.

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