"Some people make a living, others make a killing"
A feature length documentary examining Tony Blair’s political career and lifting the lid on his exploits since leaving office. Combining testimony from prominent observers, ambassadors and statesmen, with extensive archive footage, animation and illustrations from the award winning political cartoonist Steve Bell, it is a compelling account. Along the lines of Fahrenheit 9/11.
This is the most successful crowd-funded film in the UK with over 5,000 backers. Authored and produced by George Galloway, an MP for over 26 years, an enthusiastic audience awaits this production.
The film will be theatrically released in the UK end of July/August 2016.
A number of MPs are seeking to impeach former prime minister Tony Blair using an ancient Parliamentary law.
The move, which has cross-party support, could be launched in the aftermath of the Chilcot Inquiry report because of the Labour leader’s alleged role in misleading Parliament over the Iraq War.
MPs believe Mr Blair, who was in office between 1997 and 2007, should be prosecuted for breaching his constitutional duties and taking the country into a conflict that resulted in the deaths of 179 British troops.
Triggering the process simply requires an MP to propose a motion, and support evidence as part of a document called the Article of Impeachment.
If the impeachment attempt is approved by MPs, the defendant is delivered to Black Rod ahead of a trial. [...]
GEORGE GALLOWAY TALKS ABOUT THE DOCUMENTARY ON RT
Watch George Galloway discuss the documentary, crowdfunding and Tony Blair.
Combining testimony from prominent world reknowned observers, ambassadors, statesmen, media personalities, with archive footage, animation and illustrations from the award-winning political cartoonist Steve Bell, The Killing$ Of Tony Blair is a compelling account, of the sequence of events and the ongoing consequences of his actions. This incredible theatrical documentary examines his political career and lifts the lid on his exploits since leaving office [...]