Custom Search
News
International
United Kingdom
United States
Sport
Entertainment
Internet
Science / Tech

Features
Articles
Notices
Editorial
Submissions

2010
January

The Dark Age
Nov 06 - Dec 09

2006
October
September
April
March
February
January

2005
December
October
September
May
April
February
January

2004
December
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
March
February
January

2003
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
March
February
January

2002
December
November




Hosted by
2f3 Internet

More Humour
BBspot
The Bentinel
Big Fib
Broken Newz
The Daily Bull
Deadbrain UK
Deadbrain US
Faux Newz
The Fake News
Glossy News
The Hammer
I-Mockery
KTAB News
Muskrat News
News Hax
No Apologies Press
On The John
Perplexing Times
Rant Morgan
Satirium
Social Scrutiny
The Specious Report
Studio 8
The Toque
Trepanning
US Press
The Voice of Reason UK
The Voice of Reason US
Watley Review
Weekly Canard

Music Sites
Sonar Radar
BeatEd.com
Green Plastic
No Through Road
>> News > United Kingdom
Blair: “Weapons of Mass Destruction Claims Were an April Fools Joke” - April 1st 2004

Prime Minister Tony Blair has today disclosed that the claims regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq have just been part of a long, protracted April Fools joke.

“We certainly fool a lot of people with that prank didn’t we?” Tony Blair chuckled during a press interview, “I mean the press believed us and published the stories, Saddam believed us and denied having weapons of mass destruction – but possibly the funniest part was our armed forces believing us and going ahead with the joke invasion.

“That was just priceless. I mean, I didn’t expect them to go through with the whole dropping bombs thing. I have to say I thought they’d figure out when they couldn’t find any evidence.”

People have criticised Mr Blair’s claims, explaining that the reason that those fooled did not suspect Mr Blair was pulling an April Fools joke was because it did not take place on April 1st.

This had led people to suspect that Mr Blairs claim of an April Fools joke is in itself an April Fools joke.

“A double April Fools joke?” Michael Howard sneered, “I definitely wouldn’t try a trick like that if I was in office.”

Click to share this page on:
Disclaimer: Random Perspective accepts no responsibility for your believing of anything on this website.

The content on this website is satirical and thus many reports are unsubstantiated and therefore should not be considered factual. The use of major brands and corporations is used in good humour in order to improve the impact of the writing. Under no circumstances should you believe anything that could be considered defamatory without first checking it against a major news source.

IMPORTANT: If you do not appreciate or understand this article please consult your doctor as your right ventromedial prefrontal cortex is impaired.
Latest News
Shocking Image Confirms UKIP's Claims That Immigration Has Left Parts of Britain Unrecognisable

Santa Unveils Drone Fleet To Revolutionize Christmas Present Delivery in 2013

British and American Government Reach Consensus on Math vs Maths Debate

Yahoo Staff Hope Marissa Mayer's Love For Baking Ends Soon

Is Apple's WWDC the Star Trek Convention of the 21st Century?



Related Articles
Blair Vows To Fight Dennis The Menace

Labour Claims Hutton Report is a “Boring Read”

Labour to Arrest Large Portion of Conservative Voters

Tories to Replace Iain Duncan Smith with a Dalek

Returned Statue of Tony Blair not the One Stolen from Iraq









Do you like this website?
Please let me know your opinions by emailing me or contacting me via MSN on BenDickson@Hotmail.com

Random Perspective: News, Satire and Humour.
Random Stuff for those who read this far: Oak Worktops and Walnut Worktops, Bespoke Designer Kitchens, Fruit Videos, FruitVideos Blog, Norfolk Wedding Photography, and Lowestoft Estate Agent