The Truth about Goats
Palestinians and Israelis set aside their differences to celebrate the departure of the UK’s ‘grin reaper’. United in optimism, warring tribes and diametrically opposed faiths took to the streets to burn effigies of Mr. Blair and erect banners saying ‘Don’t call us, We’ll call you’.
While Mr. Blair’s mission to bring peace to the region may have taken longer than expected, he was satisfied that the view of the ‘back of his head’ was a symbol of hope. A spokesman for the ex-PM said: ‘Tony has shown people that there are problems that run deeper than thousands of years of conflict, or New Labour as we call it’.
Meanwhile IS has started to withdraw from areas of Northern Iraq, on the understanding that Mr. Blair ‘never visits on a book tour’. Even the brother’s Miliband have reached an agreement that there are ‘worse things than Ed’.
Buoyed by this success, the UN is hoping that Mr. Blair can agree to leave other areas of conflict; such as Syria and Katie Price’s love life. One diplomat commented: ‘And just like Keyser Soze and WMD – he’s gone!’