Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair Secretly Advising Macron on Stopping Brexit
Globalist leader Emmanuel Macron was advised how to frustrate Brexit
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is reported to be secretly advising French Presdient Emanuel Macron on stopping Brexit, according to a UK newspaper.
Globalist Blair, who is best known for helping launch the Iraq War under pretenses, has been advising the French Presdient on how to prevent the UK from exiting the EU.
Globalist leader Emmanuel Macron was advised how to frustrate Brexit, claims Britain’s Daily Telegraph, citing “Sources in Paris.”
Macron and Blair both met with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss Brexit, according to the Newspaper.
The pair advised Europe to give Britain no concessions at all in the hope the tactics will force London to give up on Brexit altogether.
Blair told Macron, according to sources cited in the Times report:
“You’ve got to hold firm and then we’ll end up staying.”
According to a British member of parliament who elaborated on the allegations with The Telegraph, Blair's conduct was 'unprecedented' in modern history for a former prime minister to work against his home country.
He added that Blair is supporting foreign powers o defeat the United Kingdom in sovereignty negotiations.
The politician said Blair’s conduct was “totally unacceptable.”
A spokesman for Mr. Blair told the paper: “We don’t comment on private meetings.”
Last week, Macron is called for a European ‘renaissance’ in the run-up to Brexit.
The French Presdient penned a letter outlining ideas including creating an agency to tackle alleged ‘manipulation’ and 'fake news' in elections processes.
“Never since the Second World War has Europe been so essential. Never has Europe been in such danger,” Macron wrote in a letter published in 24 European papers on Monday.
Last year, Blair branded the UK's exit from the European Union as "sickening and "evil" as he blasted Theresa May for following through with article 50.
Blair's attack on the Prime Minister comes as he accused May of “sickening irresponsibility” of following through with the British public's vote to leave the EU.