January 30th, 2013

WATCH: Stalking Horse in the Tory Food Chain


120 Comments

  1. 1
    thats more like it says:

    Cameron is still a wanker

  2. 2
    sandidunn says:

    But, come on, love or hate him, Galloway made a v good point did he not?

  3. 3
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    presumably that flesh creeping creature galloway will be looking for lucrative ways to support the assad regime if he hasn’t already done so.

  4. 4
    Tom Watson says:

    Prime Minister ” What have all these men in common?”

    Sir Peter Bottomley
    Sir Cliff Richard
    Sir Jimmy Savile
    Sir Leon Brittan
    Sir Edward Heath
    Sir Peter Hayman
    Sir Cyril Smith
    Sir Anthony Blunt
    Sir Charles Irving

    Rolf Harris CBE

  5. 5
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Only if you’re blind deaf and dumb.

    The malian government isn’t killing it’s own people and the terrorists fighting in Mali are not malians.

    How does that equate with what’s happening in s y r i a ?

  6. 6
    Wearing thin says:

    Tom dear you asked that in the last post.

  7. 7
    We all have a bit of demagogue in us. says:

    Well some in the Respect party do, don’t they Gorgeous?

  8. 8
    Johan says:

    Wow, didn’t George look peeved!

  9. 9
    good point says:

    He most certainly had a very good point. UK servicemen will likely end up dying over it too.

  10. 10
    Tom Watson says:

    He didn’t answer the question. As usual

  11. 11
    Banned AK substance says:

    He did indeed, Cameron’s retort was weak, very weak.

  12. 12
    Left foot backward says:

    Foreign police commissioner and ect.,

    Bbbc say that we could have an American-speaking police chief in two years time.

    In reality this means a police chief from a mooso country.

    More crucial top jobs in GB for imports, make no mistake about it.

  13. 13
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Odd to see a picture of Al Galloway without his finger in the air, posing like some demented Imam.

  14. 14
    None of the above V2 says:

    George is looking tanned. Has he just come back from training?

  15. 15
    Anonymous says:

    Genius alert. The same military that France et al are assisting are the ones that overthrew a democratically elected govt. Basically…you’re wrong!

  16. 16
    Call me Dave says:

    LOL

    I thought they were on about Gordon when they said ‘Missing Creep’. I didn’t realise I misheard them due to the din of all the troop carriers starting up.

  17. 17
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    No he was sat next to Peter Hain, and some tanfastic rubbed off.

  18. 18
    George Hamilton says:

    They look rather pale

  19. 19
    Jimmy says:

    Have they all had Christmas #1 singles?

  20. 20
    Steve Miliband says:

    Materi – al

  21. 21
    Jimmy says:

    Aren’t most guidophiles on Galloway’s side on this?

  22. 22
    Steve Miliband says:

    Sailors?

  23. 23
    Lefties and muslims says:

    Didn’t the Socialist Workers Party say they stand proudly with the regime of Basher al Assad?

  24. 24
    None of the above V2 says:

    Does Galloway have a side?

  25. 25
    Banned AK substance says:

    In areas where there are a majority of enrichers, it’s only fair they have someone in charge who can respect and enforce airahs law. After all, that is the ultimate objective of multi-culturalism, isn’t it?

  26. 26
    Synic says:

    Just like the 430+ servicemen that have died in Afghanistan for nothing other than massaging the macho egos of Bliar and Camoron and Co.

  27. 27
    hank the cat says:

    Peter Hain the thinking mans Satsuma

  28. 28
    None of the above V2 says:

    Have spectacles been banned in London yet for making people look to intelligent?

  29. 29
    Juan sheet says:

    Sheet stains?

  30. 30
    Duty Pedant says:

    Thinking?

  31. 31
    Sungei Patani says:

    What answer do you expect?

  32. 32
    Muzzie Patrol says:

    Brother Galloway, wanna job?

  33. 33
    Anonymous says:

    How is Cameron / this government paying off the national debt as Cameron claims?

    Even in 13 years idiots in Labour weren’t able manage to borrow £600bn, this government will do so in 5 years. Also this government is guaranteeing private sector debt, its going to be even worse than PFI.

  34. 34
    Anonymous says:

    Fuck me, I agree with Galloway

    We’ve stupidly lifted the lid on all these Islamists in North Africa and we’ll pay the price in blood.

  35. 35
    Plato says:

    And that Scotch b*st*rd Reid said they might not even fire a single shot?

  36. 36
    Anonymous says:

    In both countries dictator are in power. In both countries rebels have the same views and the same behaviour.

    Just look at Libya.

  37. 37
    Casual Observer says:

    He did. However, why no one has raised UN 2085 which is what is taking UK troops in under the EU banner is somewhat concerning.

  38. 38
    Left foot backward says:

    Do you mean those rose-tinted ones the Bbbc dish out when their boys are in power?

  39. 39
    Iain Dale says:

    You’re a monkey, but I love you…

  40. 40
    Anonymous says:

    Much more are injured, many has lost their limbs.

  41. 41
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Galloway knows what we know. If you get rid of these hard men, the Countries to to shit.

    Iraq
    Egypt
    Libya
    Syria

    Muslims are basically fucking bonkers and when given the chance will slaughter anyone, even their own family.

    They need ruling with a rod of iron, so fuck knows why the west keeps thinking you can replace these dictators with touch feely dictators.

  42. 42
    hank the cat says:

    Just heard on the news the minister in the public accounts section of the Zimbabwe goverment has said they have only 271 dollars left, asking for economic aid.

  43. 43

    We salute your indefatigability, Jimmy.

  44. 44
    Casual Observer says:

    They all had homosexual encounters.

    Not all are subject of Yewtree and Fernbridge, not all involved with underaged children, not all paid for the pleasure, not all gay, not all are related to Gideon.

  45. 45
    Owen Jones says:

    I’ve recently moved into a village, it has a cemetery right in the middle.
    I got chatting to the vicar, he said “Do you realise, none of the people who live in this village are allowed to be buried in that cemetery?”

    I said “No, why’s that?”

    “Because they’re not dead yet.” He replied.

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Where have all the cult of farage loons pissed off to? Is it half price golf on Wednesdays?

  47. 47
    Dave does not take Parliament seriously says:

    To be Frank. Out of all the Questions today, only Galloway’s was worth a proper response and sadly Dave went for the cheap joke option.

    I have a feeling this will come to haunt Dave.

  48. 48
    Anonymous says:

    They’re all Sir’s except Rolf.

  49. 49
    hank the cat says:

    keeping a low profile, softly softly catchee Millimonkey

  50. 50
    kittykat says:

    Will Galloway’s beard grow longer the further his hairline recedes?

  51. 51
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Must have been hellish crowded in that boarding house, or was there a rota system?

  52. 52
    Synic says:

    Will the Prime Minister please explain what is the nature of the sensitive information that has delayed the inquest of Mr.Duggan. What is the point of the IPCC?

  53. 53
    hank the cat says:

    Dont think it will haunt call me dave, galloway will make a monumental phuck up within seven days and cancell it out

  54. 54
    Nigel is very much on the Money. This is very much an EU coop says:

  55. 55
    Canada is a shithole says:

    If they draft someone in from the Mounties, not bad, but that country does not have a good track record with: Cannibalism, Support of International Terrorism, P3dophilia, corruption in high office and are fucking mongs to be blunt.

    They also cover up mass murders and serial killers.

    Little known fact: There used to be a lot of nice colonial buildings across Canada. One in Toronto was turned into a refugee center for housing east european scum, and then burned down and rebuilt. Total fucking a$$holes.

  56. 56
    Hormel Chavez says:

  57. 57
    hank the cat says:

    Very true

  58. 58
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Indeed. He had absolutely no answer to Galloway’s question and so stooped to personal (and erroneous) abuse.

    Weak – very, very weak.

  59. 59
    Ha ha says:

    I thought the funniest aspect was all the MPs around Galloway yelling “he’s never here. Who is he? Who is this man?”

  60. 60
    Georgous George says:

    *Rubs nose into your crotch* Purrr

  61. 61
    Iain Dale says:

    The police c*cked it up and they haven’t found a plausible excuse, yet?

    Interesting they’ve adjourned until September, after the traditional August bank holiday punch-up.

  62. 62
    hank the cat says:

    My money is on some albanian plod being slotted in for a top job

  63. 63
    Loopy Lou says:

    As a matter of interest who are the present rulers in Mali who are seeking military hardware ?

    Can we see their CVs please?

  64. 64
    hank the cat says:

    Its Gordon Brown you tossers

  65. 65
    Mornington Crescent says:

    :-)

  66. 66
    Conspiracy theorists are so adorable says:

    George Galloway is actually Kate Kate Garraway in drag.

  67. 67
    on time and to budget says:

    You really should get out and get a life Loopy .

    I mean to say George Bush never knew who was running Pakistan but that never stopped him .

  68. 68
    Giddyon says:

    The U.K. Government’s got minus £1.2 trillion, give or take the odd £100 billion

  69. 69
    Casual Observer says:

    Bliar was all touchy-feely-kissy with me. Remember the photo. ops? U.K. Prime Ministers are treacherous bastards as well.

  70. 70
    Olivier Cromwell Street Porter says:

    To be fair, Britain needs a good dictator more than most of these Arab states…

  71. 71

    Or just slotted once he has the job.

  72. 72
  73. 73
    VERITAS says:

    How can he seriosly defend AssadZ?

  74. 74
    old SHEP says:

    Don’t understand that logic as Nato is not involved in Mali, EU is not involved in Mali (and could never agree on any course of military action with 27 countries), France presumably dived in for once because they see it as their old realm of influence going back to the days of Empire, but, what are we doing there Dave?.

  75. 75
    Practical Ornithology says:

    Is Tachybaptus really a Night Owl?

  76. 76
    gary says:

    isn’t that how the whole AIDS business blew up?

  77. 77
    Anonymous says:

    Meanwhile the country is fleeced by the followers of Zion. Nothing to do with Mulisms.

  78. 78
    Anonymous says:

    You get that in the HoP. It’s the sun shining out of all those arses.

  79. 79
    Anonymous says:

    Agreed Cameron looked like an idiot, why can’t he answer a question.

  80. 80
    Anonymous says:

    Fukc off back to your colony, zionazi.

  81. 81
    Anonymous says:

    It will not haunt Dave as he will be off with his loot to some nice bolt hole.

    It will come back to haunt your average person though major war with these clowns within 10 years European wide.

  82. 82
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Why not? he seriously defended saddam.

  83. 83
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Because on this question at least, there is no justifiable answer.

    I’m no fan of Assad but handing Syria over to a ragtag band of 1sl@m1sts who drag their enemies, still alive, through the streets with mopeds is beyond reckless.

    Galloway’s book “I’m not the only one”, published in 2004, is an absolute must-read.

  84. 84
    Err says:

    Possibly a roasting system.

  85. 85
    Anonymous says:

    On this Galloway is absolutely right.
    I do not know why Guido is trying to defend the deceiver and mass murderer
    ( Libya and Syria) Cameron.

  86. 86
    Labour hypocrite says:

    The same Galloway that presents programmes on Press TV which is an Iranian regime english language news channel. Run and funded by the Iranian regime. Galloway is free to work for Press TV (as Ken Livingstone was). Unlike the poor buggers who work for BBC Persian whose families are being intimidated and arrested in Iran. I thought David Aaranovitch put it very well on Question Time. Something about ‘licking backsides’ ! Think it’s time for another spell in the Big Brother house George !

  87. 87
    Spacker Brown says:

    “I salute your indefatigability.”

  88. 88
    Curly says:

    Indy fatty gability? Sounds like one of them BBC wimmin newsreaders.

  89. 89
    Curly says:

    Tell Uncle Bob to sell his grandiose (but completely forbidden to ordinary Zimbos) palace off then.

  90. 90
    Curly says:

    Indeed. Why did M. Hollande ask the UK for help rather than say Germany or Poland?

  91. 91
    you need to do much better than call me a little Englander says:

    this is about uranium supply, which happens to be relatively abudant in Mali. The French have arguably the most advanced nuclear energy programme in the world which we’ll be increasingly relying on when the public at large realise what complete bullshit wind power is

  92. 92
    Brown out and pay me damages. says:

    How tedious the Labour party are.

  93. 93
    fitz fitz says:

    … Galloway, Eric Salmon, Clegg : pwick, pwick, pwick …

  94. 94
    Labour hypocrite says:

    That’s the irony of Galloway. He does expose western hypocrisy, but conveniently forgets his own hypocrisy. I assume Galloway is a believer in universal human rights. Why then does he present programmes on (Press TV) that is run and controlled by a regime that is one of the world’s worst abusers of human rights ?

  95. 95
    Anonymous says:

    Warmingering son of Blair murdering tosspot Cameron may have bullied the last word, but Galloway is right.

  96. 96
    Michael says:

    No. I don’t recall boots on the ground or anything more than non-military going to the Libyan rebels.

  97. 97
    Michael says:

    … or Syria

  98. 98
    Michael says:

    Disagree – the question was based on a fale premise, and the abuse was spot on.

  99. 99
    Diddley says:

    I agree, Cameron is a wanker…. but still… ‘ZING!’

  100. 100
    Labour hypocrite says:

    As I’ve said earlier. Galloway would be a bit more credible if he was a bit more selective about the company HE KEEPS !

  101. 101
    TheWrong StIgnatius says:

    If you think nthe Malian government isn’t killing it’s own citizens I suggest you read this Amnesty International report.

  102. 102
  103. 103
    keddaw says:

    That’s because he didn’t know if we had enough money for bullets.

  104. 104
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    Like the PM, are you able or willing to go into details?

  105. 105
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    But what about the NATO bombing?

  106. 106
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    But is not just as flesh creeping for the British government to fund the armed gangs and car-bombers (the one-time “Brave Protesters”) that are now attacking churches?

  107. 107
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    Better then supporting the armed-gangs, car-bombers and church-attackers?

  108. 108
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    Yes we are the good guys, and NATO bombing never killed civilians?

  109. 109
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    Thanks for your comments, they really move this ‘debate’ on.

  110. 110
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    Do you mean free from US/NATO control?

  111. 111
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    So with no help from central HQ, they came up with such comments all by themselves?

  112. 112
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    And are you really able to defend the car-bombers?

  113. 113
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    And Yet, unlike the NuLabour hypocrite Aaranovitch, Galloway never licked Blair’s backside.

  114. 114
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    Cameron’s attack on George Galloway reflects the west’s self-delusions

    “Galloway stood to ask Cameron about a seeming contradiction in the policy of the British government (one shared by the US government). He wanted to know why it is that the British government is so intent on fighting and bombing Islamic extremists in Mali, while simultaneously arming and funding equally brutal extremists Islamic in Syria”

    Glen Greenwald, guardian.co.uk, Thursday 31 January 2013

  115. 115
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    P.S: While the media were less-than-keen on reporting the full text of George Galloway’s question, for some reason, the comment of Glen Greenwald in guardian gives a fair account. Considering that this was a reasonable question, was not the PMs weak insult a attempt to deflect from its’ failing policy?

  116. 116
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    And you REALLY believe that?

  117. 117
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    The PM knows this and has no answers – just needless insults.

  118. 118
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    By the way, what is the news from Japan? Bet their public understand what complete bullshit Nuclear Power is.

  119. 119
    Same As It Ever Was says:

    orry, that should have read: Unlike the PM, are you able or willing to go into details?

  120. 120
    chibipaul says:

    Camoron didn’t so much slap galloway down as pull down a lower eyelid, push up his nose and pull his tongue out saying, “Nah nah nah nah nah! My daddy’s richer than YOUR daddy!”

    Invading foreign countries is good. Minerals. Sunshine. Potential offshore tax haven…


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