Tony Blair Wins Top Sodomite Icon of the Year Award

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
September 27, 2014

Tony Blair, UN Peace Envoy to the Middle East.

In the face of Tony Blair’s amazing reputation for creating peace in the Middle East, people tend to forget some of his other triumphs.  Not so for the Gay Times. They are giving him a special award for services to sodomy and the global faggot agenda.

Where would our young men be today, if Tony had not made it legal for old men to bugger them at 16 years of age?  What about our even younger children – where would they be today if Tony had not ensured they would be taught the wonders of anal sex at the age of 7?

What about those poor he/shes, who had to tell potential partners they once had a penis, until Tony changed the law?

Yes, we can all raise a cheer for Tony, not only did he cause the deaths of over a million Iraqis, but he also facilitated the rape of countless young boys and ensured they could no longer take the pedophiles to court.

Tony Blair – Special GT award for services rendered to homosexual paedophiles.

Thank you, Tony, you filthy faggot bastard.  You not only saved the Middle East, you also saved anal sex with men forever.

The Guardian:

Tony Blair has been recognised as one of the top gay icons of the past three decades, along with figures such as Boy George, Sir Ian McKellen and Barbra Streisand.

He has been given the accolade by Gay Times to mark its 30th anniversary.

Blair’s period as PM saw the lowering of the gay age of consent, bringing it into line with that for straight couples, as well as the introduction of civil partnerships.

Gay Times said Blair’s status as an ambassador of gay rights was undeniable.

“An equal age of consent, the abolition of section 28, legal recognition for trans people, civil partnerships, banning employers from sacking you because of who you love and making homophobia a hate crime – they were all on Blair’s watch.”

Blair featured on the cover to the magazine once before in March 1997, when he was still the leader of the opposition, although it was a stylised image rather than a posed shot. He also wrote for the magazine in 2005 in the runup to the general election of that year.

Palestinians, on hearing about their peace envoy’s new award.