February 1st, 2013

Galloway Hits Back With Dave Killing Rant

Dear Prime Minister, 

I’m sure on reflection you will realise that your answer to me today was beneath you and unbecoming for a British Prime Minister. I will deal with the complete absence of a substantive reply in a moment. But let me deal first with the vulgar abuse. 

I do not support any Arab dictatorship, unlike you. It is you who is selling weapons to the dictatorship in Saudi Arabia and providing military training there. It is you who is supporting the Bahraini dictatorship. It is you who supported the Mubarak dictatorship until its last hours. Ditto the late dictatorship in Tunisia, Yemen etc. It is you who has the warmest possible relations with the dictatorships in the Gulf. I could go on, believe me. I, on the other hand, have spoken, written and broadcast against all Arab dictatorships. Perhaps your staff, in preparing your reply, will provide you with the evidence of this. I also read Frankenstein until the end. 

I told one of your predecessors, Lady Thatcher, on the eve of the triumph of those whom your party routinely described as ‘Afghan freedom fighters’ that she “had opened the gates to the barbarians…. And that a long dark night would now descend upon the people of Afghanistan”. I warned repeatedly against the folly of the creation of the Arab-Afghan force which became Al Qaida. Immediately after 9/11 I said in the House that “I despise Osama Bin Laden, the medieval obscurantist savage. The difference is that I have always despised him. I despised him when you (pointing at the Tory benches) were giving him guns and money”. 

I find it genuinely inexplicable that you are doing it all over again. This is a tragedy which begins to look farcical when one considers the issue which I raised today with you. We are now killing Al Qaida in Mali and helping Al Qaida kill in Syria – killing Christians, killing Shiites, killing Kurds, killing Druze, killing Sunnis who won’t join their jihad, and soon, trust me, they will be killing each other. 

There may be “key differences” between Al Qaida in Mali and their counterparts in Syria. I asked you to explain these to the House today. You refused. But it is a question which will not go away before a puff of vulgar abuse. 

I look forward to your reply. I am seeking to publish this letter. 

Yours sincerely, 

George Galloway MP

He didn’t take Dave’s smackdown well then


  1. 1
    Frightened Inmate #2 says:

    You know Dave’s in trouble when the Member for Baghdad North is landing some blows.


    • 20

      I can’t stand Galloway – he is a first class cnut – but in this, he does have some extremely valid points. What he doesn’t have any responsibility for, however, is working out foreign policy in the absence of dealing in some way with people who are not very nice – if I may paraphrase Yeas Minister – If we only deal with “nice” people, Hague would be even more lonely – he could hold meetings in a ‘Phone box!


      • 26

        I will say something very clever and witty soon.


        • 28
          Billericay Dickie says:

          We’re not holding our breath.


          • Sir William says:

            Possible explanation for Mr Galloway:

            The jihadists in Syria are Arabs. The Foreign Office likes Arabs. FO staff have all read The Seven Pillars of Wisdom and curl their toes up with excitement at the bits where Lawrence is beaten and b*ggered.

            The jihadists in Mali are not Arabs but Touaregs. The Foreign Office doesn’t like them particularly.


          • Mrsshitrit says:

            Brilliant !!


          • Anonymous says:

            As politicians go Galloway makes more sense than most. He only gets a barrage of bad press because the ZioSlime are scared of him. Most of the press are their pathetic peons including wankstaines here.


        • 67
          Get back in your pram says:


          So which one are you ?


      • 63
        alanbstardmp says:

        Galloway is correct re Zionism in my opinion, but he is a mad pro immigration freak


        • 115
          Mrsshitrit says:

          And Zionism is in your eyes?


          • Anonymous says:

            Anyone who has eyes can see what z i onism is: A totally unethical, blatantly racist supremacist expansionist doctrine by twisted quasi-religious megalomanic crackpots with monumental delusions of self-importance and entitlement.
            You don’t really still think it has anything to do with “victimhood”?


          • Anonymous says:

            Something upon which comment and truth is pathetically censored on this Hasbara blog.


          • marc says:

            Anonymous.A bit like Islam then without the suicide vests.


          • Moral equivalence says:

            No wonder anonymous is anonymous below. Shitfaced anti-Semite filth


          • Anonymous says:

            Immoral Equivalence has chronic hypocrisy.
            Zlonist s are amongst the most racist Loons on the planet, to the extent of being prone to unique genetic diseases due to inbreeding!


      • 162
        Tanya says:

        How about dealing with them by leaving them strictly alone and letting them go to hell in their own special way? As opposed to dropping into their countries to murder them and steal their stuff. Because we’re so righteous, after all.


    • 60
      The Treacherous Tosser in No 10 says:

      I do so desperately want a war all of my own! Tony had one but he had to share that, but I want one just for me, – and so that Real Men and Real Women salute me – rather than the Bumsex Army that keeps dragging round after me!


    • 79
      Man from middle earth says:

      It is amazing that, whoever is Prime Minister, the Speaker doesn’t demand a straight answer. Otherwise what is the point of question time?

      Galloway may be a complete cnut but I can’t help but agree with him over Syria, Egypt, Afghanistan and Iraq.

      We are creating, not shutting down, a worldwide Jihad.

      I am haunted by the spectre of those men, women and children in Syria being killed NOW for being Christian, Druze, Kurd or some other Muslim sect.

      The British Government is funding it !

      There had to be a better way.


    • 86
      Owen Jones says:

      The point is who dictated this letter to galloway? this is by no means galloways work


      • 109
        Jeffrey Bernard says:

        There’s a lot of killing going on. Perhaps they should do more drinking instead …


      • 134
        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        If he has any sense, Dave’s reply will be along the lines of “Thank you for your letter. The points have been noted.” He will be totally deranged if he opens up this Pandora’s box with Galloway.

        Tempting maybe, but it will be impolite to add “go forth and multiply” at the end.


    • 99
      Anonymong says:

      Galloway is mostly an annoying, self-publicising twat. However, he has his moments.

      I’ll give him his dues I do enjoy it when he gets into smackdown mode. Especially against ‘merkins.


      • 142
        Anonymous says:



        • 151
          JSG says:

          True. He is a weird one, but even a stopped clock tells the right time twice a day, and when he gets it right, he does so spectacularly. At least the Stalinist Jock actually cares about something, unlike Dave who has no principals, no morals, and just thinks he can bully those in a lower year than himself. I can’t think of a Tory PM in the last century or so I have less respect for. Not even Major or Heath. He’s just an abusive bully with no talent to justify his arrogance.


  2. 2
    Arse says:

    Saluting indefaticability might be misinterpreted as “support”, if you interpret those sentiments strictly within the rules of grammar and the meaning of words in the English language.

    However, in Arabic, they mean something completely different!


  3. 3
    Fluffy Thoughts says:

    He got married in The Netherlands (as bigomy is legal). What more proof that he is a muzzie-twunt? [Expects hogher taxes to pay for his harem….]


    • 9
      Fluffy Thoughts says:

      Higher, obviously.

      Cider did not used-to-have the same effect. Can I get treated by the NHS…? :shudders:


      • 49
        Bollocks to getting a pseudonym says:

        Only if you’ve never paid a penny towards the NHS. If you’re English and a taxpayer, definitely not.


  4. 4
    To be fair says:

    Galloway may be a cock in many respects, but on this he’s right.


    • 45
      Old Holborn says:



    • 73
      dangerous times says:

      The response from the posturing PM to Galloway, and to some extent Sir Peter Tapsell, didnt demonstrate confidence. It demonstrated a fool who is completely out of his depth


      • 150
        Hargaret Modge, sleazy Labour MP and Stemcor Tax cheat. says:

        Except Galloway is easily proven as big a liar as Camoron. How about this Georgie….”Sir, I salute your courage, your strength, your indefatigability” certainly SOUNDS like your supporting an Aywab dictator there pal doesn’t it? You recognise the words you so very publically spoke to Saddam don’t you?
        You remember Saddam George don’t you? He was your chum who gave you stuff.

        See when you’ve got smallman big gob syndrome such as you have, you are easily ‘hoisted by your own petard’.


        • 157
          Keen nose says:

          You are right, Galloway is all of these thing and probably a lot more.

          But he still earns a thumbs-up from me for sticking it to Cameron, with his customary pulverizing comments.

          In particular, for pointing out the “key differences” issue over Al Qaida in Mali and Al Qaida in Syria, for which Cameron has no answer whatsoever, and so predictably resorted to insults and put-downs.

          I mean, what is the difference between the two. Does anyone have a logical answer?


          • Same As It Ever Was says:

            Really good question that, as yet, no one seems able or willing to answer – what dose that say about reasoned debate?


          • Anonymous says:

            In Syria the ‘Brave Protesters’ (as our press used to call them) have now turned into nothing-less-than armed-gangs car-bombers and church attackers. And yet the British government is willing to spend millions of pounds (of money they claim not to have) supporting these thugs. Given the pressing need to deflect attention away from what is really happening in Syria, is it any wonder the PM was forced into using insults?


  5. 5
    Malcolm Redfellow says:

    He has a point. It just gets lost in the (on a quick count) score-plus-one first-person pronouns


    • 30
      Nothing Better To Do says:

      Not just a point, I count several and all absolutely bang on.Galloway is a first class twat and if even he can see what’s wrong with government it must be really bad.


      • 46

        He is like a man with a beam in his eye pointing out the mote in another’s.

        And I don’t mean the one that millionaire Tories claim expenses to have cleaned.


        • 64
          Keel-haul Camartwat, C£€gg, B£iar, Brhoon, €ffigy of H€ath, daily – pour encourager les autres says:

          Thanks and sorry Plin – that word ‘weld’ reminded me of CHAIN, anchors Royal Navy – something STRONG and HONEST and AUTHENTIC – like what the fuckers named above are definitely not.


  6. 6
    Gary Jones says:

    I know except that I was wrong we have always been at war with Eastasia


  7. 7
    Galloway is a twat but says:

    he has a point sadly, leaving aside the fact he is George Galloway and all that goes with that!

    it is somewhat ironic we buy oil from and sell arms to Saudi, whilst fighting jihadi organisations funded by, erm, Saudi.


    • 12
      Dishonest Dave says:

      Yes you are right George but I don’t care I must obey Obama orders.


    • 35
      Tom Tancredo, former US Congressman, says:

      See, I once suggested that, in order to get the full attention of all those jihadist Muslims, it might become necessary to nuke Mecca, sooner or later. You can imagine what sort of response that got.
      But hey– complaints, complaints, but are you coming up with a better idea?


  8. 8
    Phil says:

    You can see his point though….


  9. 10
    Vote UKIP says:

    The only sensible policy is to keep your fingers out of the affairs of countries you have no mandate to meddle with. That applies equally well to our European neighbours via the EU with the UK.


  10. 11
    Bfreesun says:

    Hard to disagree with anything in this. Seems like a reasoned response rather than a rant


  11. 13
    Weygand says:

    At least it was a coherent, analytical statement which addressed the issues, and for that alone worth more than Dave’s ad hominem bluster.

    Afraid George is right that freedom fighter, rebel, insurgent, terrorist – just depends on who is talking – and when.


  12. 14
    WVM says:

    Galloway is right on this one. No amount of tribal loyalty makes a Tory cower from the truth – when your own side is constantly shitting the bed where Arabs & Islam is concerned you have to speak up.

    Saudi Arabia is funding the North African jihad. Anyone who has seen impoverished North African communities with a massive shiny new Mosque in their region knows the cultural & armed jihad Saudi is waging. Same as it ever was.

    Our ally Saudi Arabia is funding global terrorist activity in the name of Islam – & the Tory Party & the Labour Party & the Lib Dem Party say nothing.


  13. 15
    They fear the Hare says:

    Always comforting to know there’s at least one politician in the Westminster kindergarten who is capable of acting and thinking like an adult.


  14. 16
    ultra909 says:

    Ok, while we all remember the BB catsuit and the toadying Saddam tribute, it seems to me ole’ gorgeous rather has a point here.

    As no doubt another to be summarily tagged of the “loony left”, Glenn Greenwald, notes in the Graun:



  15. 17
    Hypocrisy Klaxon says:

    Guido, I would just like to point you in the direction of Mehdi Hasan and Huff Po UK this morning.



  16. 18
    wicksie says:

    “I, on the other hand, have spoken, written and broadcast against all Arab dictatorships.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIy_GmvUElE #whoops


  17. 19

    Why is this tagged under “Loony Left”? Galloway isn’t in the wrong or being a loony on this issue. Cameron’s petulant dismissal of Galloway the other day was pathetic and demonstrated his inability to defend his government’s hypocritical policies.


  18. 21
    Time watch says:

    Ponders says:

    January 30, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    Not sure Daves retort to Galloway was clever.



  19. 22
    Terrible But True says:

    ‘I am seeking to publish this letter.’

    Seems to have scored there too.

    One has to salute his indefatigable awareness of the media’s preferences in what serves heat and what serves light.


    • 98
      Cassandrina says:

      The main problem is that Galloway is a very self-seeking dangerous fool with good writing and presentation skills.
      Like the Communist Party and the BBC there is always an element of truth and logic in their statements; but as our Arabic friends would state “the real value is in what is not stated”


      • 152
        JSG says:

        He’s a slimy Stalinist, but if he actually asks a relevant question for once, he should be given an answer, imo.


  20. 23
    SP4BS says:

    Not keen if what he was saying was against the Mali campaign.
    And then only because it was what his “key audience” would want to here.

    If it doesnt get bogged down, and doesnt spend years piddling about in the mountains, it will have been useful to bring (a bit of) law and order to the sandy parts of Mali.


  21. 24
    Lord Lupin says:

    “I do not support any Arab dictator – only ones who offer me hospitality and gifts – so yah-boo-sucks!’


  22. 29
    Observer says:

    I noticed he said “I do not support any Arab dictatorship, unlike you.”. He did not say “I have never supported any Arab dictatorship, unlike you.”; as that might remind us of his grovelling to Saddam.


    • 75
      Yew Fat Tuat says:

      My observation, exactly. Galloway is trying to get mileage out of an issue in which he himself has a chequered past.


      • 136
        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        Tomorrow’s headline: Indy Fatty Gullibility.


      • 153
        JSG says:

        My observation, exactly. Galloway is trying to get mileage out of an issue in which he himself has a chequered past.


        So Dave shouldn’t be able to demand that this tax avoidance is stopped cos Dave’s Daddy made his money out of it?


      • 188
        Same As It Ever Was says:

        Yet while many here will hate to admit it – he is bang on target this time.


  23. 31
    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    Galloway and his Labour comrades, opposed arming Afghan rebels because they were up against there old chums, the Soviets. If the left opposed any Western intervention with muzzie regimes, it was because the opponents were backed by the Soviets.


    • 167
      Same As It Ever Was says:

      But history shows that George Galloway (and others) were right to oppose the arming of Afghan rebels. For UK forces have just spent the last ten years fighting the very people that the CIA trained and gave weapons to. Given this, should we not listen to what he has to say about the ‘rebels’ Syria?


      • 170
        Same As It Ever Was says:

        Should have been, ‘in Syria’.


        • 178
          Rightside says:

          Giving some weapons to help Afghans fight socialist scum would not have caused today’s int’l mess. The Yanks constant meddling and kingmaking has stirred up the pot.


          • Same As It Ever Was says:

            Your hard-right ideas seemed to have Blindsided you to events in the real world. For where did the Afghan ‘rebels’ get their skills and tactics from? There we have it, yet another self-defeating right-wing policy.


  24. 33

    The realpolitik issue here is that there is a choice between Muslim Brotherhood on the one hand and brutal dictatorship on the other in this region of the world. Neither of these is appealing. When there is one, the other always seems more attractive, until that alternative wins.

    It would appear that for now there is no alternative.


  25. 36
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    This hurts, but the nasty anti-Semitic creep has some very good points.
    ALL of the West has had these on/off relationships with the terrorists over the years. The main point is that in the hell do you do about it? G……. has no answers only questions and criticism he really does no understand what makes the world go round.


  26. 37
    It Exists. It is Staring you in the Face. says:

    That he is not in Jail, should be enough to show that we do not need any further investigations into plod corruption.


  27. 39
    Lord Lupin says:

    There is no difference between Al Qaeda in Mali and Al Qaeda in Syria. They are simply humping on bandwagons in the hope of turning them into jihads against the west.

    No one imagined that Arab Spring is going to be a smooth one, as Iraq, Afghanistan and Egypt are proving, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t help people in their quest for freedom, both from dictators and from the extremists trying to hi-jack the movement.

    Galloway’s attack might seem like sense but it’s just a disguised attempt to defend the despots that the Russians and Chinese are defending.


    • 85
      Dishonest Dave says:

      France told me to support them in Mali I listen to everyone except the British people.


    • 130
      Anonymous says:

      As opposed to defending a racist colony which undermines most western governments and has the dirt on most western politicians ?


    • 137
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      And exactly what are Galloway’s views on Bashir the Syrian Basher?


  28. 41
    Hamas Spokesman says:

    George Galloway our most faithful servant


  29. 44
    George Gobaway ( ex Libor MP ) says:

    The clue’s in the name.


  30. 47
    George Gobaway ( ex Libor MP ) says:

    Why don’t people take me seriously ?


    • 51
      George Gobaway ( ex Libor MP ) says:


      • 61
        Plato says:

        This grovelling nonsense to an insane mass-murderer does rather knock Galloway’s credibility.


        • 101
          Dishonest Dave says:

          I dont remember him meeting Bush.


        • 131
          Oil For Food History says:

          The Duelfor report (available for download) is interesting reading.

          Some preliminary history:


          CFR didn’t name him directly, but Galloway was instrumental in getting oil for food scam set up and assisting Sadam in subverting it under the veil of humanitarian actions.

          Galloway did profit a bit, and if he did not knowingly do this (not credible) then he is a fool (possibly credible).

          The ‘Sir I salute you…’ b/s is so damning as at the time Galloway was lobbying hard for the oil for food program to be set up.

          The rest is history.


    • 168
      Anonymous says:

      For the likes of you, your class, is not the real fear that people ARE listening starting to him?


      • 179
        Rightside says:

        Apart from one or two telling points about the tinpot tyranny of the American state (not the American people or the dream of freedom which is the true and now almost completely betrayed American Dream) and its stooges–Britain under all parties for example–Gallo has nothing to say except standard socialist crap.

        This is one of those telling points and even a burning bag of shit gives off some light. Cameron is a useless, crawling, twat.


  31. 48
    Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Well done George. That’s telling Mr Cameron a thing or three.

    I salute you sir!


  32. 50
    George Galloway says:

    I’ve never ever ever supported my own country. I state for the record iam a first class traitor and always have been. I converted to the medieval religion years ago and iam elected by The thousands of peasant immigrants Blair let into the country. I will always be a servant of Islam and seek to bring in sharia law as soon as possible. Kill all Christian scum Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar


    • 55
      SP4BS says:

      Much as I’m not keen on “medieval religions”, what would you prefer? One invented in the 19th century or even the 1950s ?


      • 76

        None of the above. Religion is not the opium of the people – they don’t need opium, as they are braindead to start with.


        • 91
          The terror of Oldland Common says:

          My late father fought for the UK before and during WW2.

          He told me that he was in Belgium in 1945 and followed his orders to retreat to Dunkirk.

          He said he was left on the beach with no food when a German plane tried to shoot him .

          When he asked his sergeant major how he was going to get back home he was told to “fucking swim it” .

          He always told me never have anything to do with the military and make sure you volunteer for nothing .


    • 171
      Same As It Ever Was says:

      Taking other people’s names, using silly made up names, talking hard-right BS, you ever highjacked the RT website?


  33. 52
    Chris Huhne says:

    I am also seeking to publish my letters.


  34. 54
    Mr Griffin says:

    Four men have been charged with conspiring to traffic women into the UK for sexual exploitation.

    The men, who are also charged with conspiracy to control prostitution for gain, were arrested at addresses in north London on Wednesday.

    Most of the alleged trafficking victims are from Hungary, the Metropolitan Police said.

    The men are due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in central London later.

    They are Vishal Chaudhary, 33, a British national from Peninsula Square, Canary Wharf, and Hungarian nationals Attila Kovacs, 32, of Highview Gardens; Peter Berki, of Telford Road, both Enfield, and Ibrahim Mosa, 31, of Mayes Road, Haringey.


  35. 66
    Public domain says:

    Will Camera-on be placing his reply with me?


  36. 74
    PeckhamPete says:

    Cameron’s reply to Galloway at PMQs was disgraceful. No matter what you may think about Galloway, the question he asked is a serious one which, as far as I know, has yet to be answered by the government. Poor show Dave.


    • 190
      Same As It Ever Was says:

      Nor does it seem that anyone in the media is willing to debate what is REALLY going on in Syria – more than a little dangerous?


  37. 77
    yellow peril says:

    Far from being ”Dave killing”’ , it’s just the latest in a long career of attention seeking wheezes from this horrible little despotic hypocrite. Guido I wouldn’t waste time with this toilet paper from a man who should be in jail. My local kebab shop owner probably knows better than this man ‘honourable’ man :)


  38. 80
    yellow peril says:

    thinking about it……my local kebab shop owner is more honourable than galloway !


  39. 82
    Penfold says:

    Could we have GG and Jacob Rees Mogg in full debate/argument.

    The idea gives vent to some quite absurd thoughts as to the verbiage….


  40. 84
    Lycan says:

    He was a supporter of the Syrian regime, of Nahda, of Saddam Hussein, of the Chinese regime, of Chinese rule of Tibet…

    It will be easier to list the dodgy regimes Galloway doesn’t support. Israel. Done.


  41. 89
    Blind Pugh says:

    Dont like Galloway and never have but I pay my taxes and therefore pay for the pantomime that is PMQs.

    The idea is that MPs ask questions about Government actions and the PM answers those questions .


    • 138
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      Are you trying to set a precedent here?

      (Get somebody to read this answer to you. My computer doesn’t speak braille)..


  42. 90
    Can you explain British Foreign Policy cos Willy and Dave haven't a clue ... says:

    Galloway was just on BBC Daily Politics and ignoring his posssibly dubious support for various regimes he does HAVE a point.

    In Afghanistan we supported the “Mujhadeen” against the Soviets;supplied them with technical know how,cash and weapons only to find 20 odd years later that they have transmogrified into the Taleban.

    We carried out a similar exercise more recently in Libya…supporting who the fuck knew who against Gaddafi and are now having to flee Benghazi.

    The “Arab Spring” was a myth..in the various countries involved from Eygypt to Libya we have just replaced one nasty regime with another one and in the main ones that are no friends of the West


    • 92
      Joe Mercier says:

      Have you a postage stamp?


    • 95
      Afghan Watch says:

      The Taliban were created by Pak!stan SIS and C!A.

      They were meant to be a stable and easy to control government post Soviet withdrawal, to keep the Mujahideen under control.

      Total miscalculation as history has shown.

      No one likes to speak of where the majority of Mujahideen fighters originally came from either. Largely Saud!, and the Saud! government encouraged and paid for them to go to Afghanistan.

      They make very good warriors, until you double cross them. Hence AQ, which itself has more western involvement than many wish to accept. (Funding from Brune!, Qatar, Saud! – :-) : Super injunctions against Parliament tried to cover up one of those sources…)


    • 106
      Old very true Arab Proverb says:

      Today’s friend is tomorrow’s enemy.


    • 173
      Same As It Ever Was says:

      Now here is someone who REALLY knows their stuff – that cannot be allowed.


  43. 94
    Gallow's Watch says:

    Galloway asked a very good question.

    Dave’s answer was very poor. Actually diabolical when realized that he trivialized an issue which has cost a lot of people on both sides their lives. Not quite up their with Ward’s effort but not far off.

    Ge0rges response will help him relieve some tension, but he has missed the mark somewhat. The funding of dictators out in M/E was perpetuated and augmented very much under Labour, and the current attack against Sh!!tes which is ongoing was initiated under Bla!r. (Still ongoing under Obama)

    He has missed a very good opportunity here to expose from a good platform some real issues, which would have worked well for his party, but has descended to the same populist jingo that Dave resorted to and has mis-informed further on what are serious issues.

    In particular: Afghanistan.

    The public should be reminded that NATO Article 5 was invoked as reason to go into that country post 9/11 and the mission purpose was to stop AQ from forming training camps and remove the Taliban government which supported this.

    Nowhere was it mandated to rebuild the country, and if you look at the place now, the mission (which has stretched to 10 Years now !) has been a failure.


    • 144
      traitors' gate says:

      since you mentioned the 9 1 1 please allow me to post the following. how and why the fuck did w t c building 7 collapse? well it didn’t did it? it was a controlled demolition job. funny how no mainstream media outlet discusses this fundamentally important issue.


      • 161
        Keen Nose says:

        Excellent video. Quite how so few people have cottoned on to this glaringly obvious fact continues to astound me.

        I used to work in construction and I know those steels are tough as hell. You simply cannot make a building collapse in that way without it being a controlled demolition.

        Check out Architects and Engineers for 9/11 truth.


      • 174
        False Flag Spotter says:

        Have you checked that with your controller?


  44. 97
    The Persian Spring says:

    Daily Politics – Andrew Neil – “You’re Iranian friends” (Iranian regime). I note that Galloway didn’t challenge Andrew Neil on this. The reference was obviously to do with his presenting job on Press TV. He’s working for Press TV which is run and funded by the cruel oppressive Iranian regime which subjects it’s opponents and population to torture, rape, and death. He’s quite right to expose western hypocrisy but he needs to look closer to home and watch the company he keeps.
    Why didn’t Andrew Neil ask a ‘killer’ question. What’s your view about the intimidation of the relatives of BBC Persian staff by the Iranian regime ? I thought Galloway was an intelligent guy, but if he can’t see his own naked hypocrisy then I was wrong.


    • 124
      Pamela Bordes says:

      Neil probably knows not to tread too heavily in certain areas.


    • 139
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      Just saw on the news an item about all those lovely centrifuges the Iranians have got to produce up-rated uranium.

      What happened to that other story a day or two ago about a serious explosion at one of the main Iranian underground nuclear sites? Seems to have gone very quiet.


      • 149
        Wibble says:


        1984: West German intelligence sources claim that Iran’s production of a bomb “is entering its final stages.” US Senator Alan Cranston claims Iran is seven years away from making a weapon.

        1992: Israeli parliamentarian Benjamin Netanyahu tells his colleagues that Iran is 3 to 5 years from being able to produce a nuclear weapon.

        1995: The New York Times reports that US and Israeli officials fear “Iran is much closer to producing nuclear weapons than previously thought” – less than five years away. Netanyahu claims the time frame is three to five years.

        1996: Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres claims Iran will have nuclear weapons in four years.

        1998: Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld claims Iran could build an ICBM capable of reaching the US within five years.

        1999: An Israeli military official claims that Iran will have a nuclear weapon within five years.

        2001: The Israeli Minister of Defence claims that Iran will be ready to launch a nuclear weapon in less than four years.

        2002: The CIA warns that the danger of nuclear weapons from Iran is higher than during the Cold War, because its missile capability has grown more quickly than expected since 2000 – putting it on par with North Korea.

        2003: A high-ranking Israeli military officer tells the Knesset that Iran will have the bomb by 2005 — 17 months away.

        2006: A State Department official claims that Iran may be capable of building a nuclear weapon in 16 days.

        2008: An Israeli general tells the Cabinet that Iran is “half-way” to enriching enough uranium to build a nuclear weapon and will have a working weapon no later than the end of 2010.

        2009: Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak estimates that Iran is 6-18 months away from building an operative nuclear weapon.

        2010: Israeli decision-makers believe that Iran is at most 1-3 years away from being able to assemble a nuclear weapon.

        2011: IAEA report indicates that Iran could build a nuclear weapon within months.

        2013: Israeli intelligence officials claim that Iran could have the bomb by 2015 or 2016.

        Either they can’t do what any physics graduate from a mediocre university can do, or, it’s all bollocks.


      • 191
        Same As It Ever Was says:

        Tony and his mates lied to us that Iraq had Weapons of Mass – that could be “fired within 45 mins”.

        Dave and his mates are keen to give the impression that Iran ‘are likely to have’ some kind of weapon – within five years.

        And recently, Syria was said to have WMD – that it could “fired us with two hours”.

        Does it really take that much brain-power to work what is going on?


  45. 100
    Tosspot says:

    A wise man will always listed to a fool, because he might learn something but a fool will never listen to a wise man because he thinks he knows it all.


  46. 102
    Hang The B@stards says:

    I hate Galloway

    BUT he is bang on right on this one. Cast Iron Dave is sound a little bit like Soft-Tissue Dave.

    Galloway will become the cheerleader for the GET OUT OF MALI campaign. Its only a matter of time before we start shipping bodies home from Mali because of Dave’s VANITY project.


  47. 107
    Old expatriate says:

    Good grief there are some really OTT loony left people on this website, who have probably never worked or lived in Muslim countries – and so know squat all. Closest they seem to get is there local fast food shop.


    • 140
      Ancient expat who has seen a bit of the world says:

      I have spent 63 years of my life travelling the world and have indeed lived and worked in a number of muslim countries – Lebanon, Kuwait, Saudiland, UAE, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and I can assure you that there is a huge difference between say Saudiland and Malaysia. The vast majority of muzzies worldwide are just ordinary folk who just want to get on quietly with their lives and mind their own business – just like ordinary folk everywhere else – and are simply not interested in fomenting strife and revolution.

      It is the brainwashed religious nutjobs in their midst, with their passion for Sharia and some ancient desert manuscripts, that create all the problems. Vast amounts of government money in all these countries is spent (wasted?) on building more and more highly decorated and expensive mosques. It is from these buildings that many problems emanate.

      The solution is obvious….


  48. 110
    Casual Observer says:

    It is interesting that no one has recalled Oil for Food.


    From Levin’s site:

    Bank records show that, in 2000, $150,000 in !raqi oil sales revenues were transferred from Mr. Zureikat to Mr. Galloway’s wife, Dr. Amina Abu-Zayyad; and, from 2000 to 2003, another $446,000 in !raqi oil sales revenues were transferred from Mr. Zureikat to the Miriam’s Appeal, the British charity and political campaign associated with Mr. Galloway. The new evidence also shows that, in connection with these oil sales, Mr. Zureikat paid illegal surcharges to the Hussein regime totaling over $1.6 million.

    There are still many more questions to be answered on that issue.

    Trial of Paqua / Christophe de Margerie and some others involved is just starting in France.


  49. 111
    Jimmy says:

    To be fair, the tories have always tended to take the same attitude to dictators as he does.


  50. 117
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Can’t stand the vain bastard, but you’ve got to admit he is 100% right on this one. Expect traffic accident in near future.


  51. 119
    Minekiller says:

    Galloway may be an arrogant arsehole, but he is spot on the money this time.


  52. 123
    Oil 4 Food says:

    Beware the forked tongue of hypocrisy:


    His only interest is tapping reconstruction funds via a dodgy charity.

    But Dave could have handled the question better.


  53. 128
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Perhaps Mr al Galloway would like to tell us where the villa in Spain and his other very considerable assets came from, then…


  54. 133
  55. 141
    EyeSee says:

    Oh, OK. Just UK hating, murderous madmen get your support then, George.


    • 180
      Rightside says:

      Cameron is the fucking UK is he?,. While the King is well, the land is well?.

      Sociopathic political scum all over this world serve no one but themselves and they don’t give a shit how many ordinary folks get whacked in the process. Cameron is a self-serving sack of shit as was Labour before him.


  56. 143
    keredybretsa says:

    But Dave called him an honourable gentleman. There lots of things he should be called certainly not this.


  57. 148
    marjorie thompson says:

    Much as I despise his notions of sexual etiquette ‘Gorgeous George’ is spot on with this.


  58. 154
    Superman says:

    Nice one George. Caught Dave with his pants down! Still you have plenty experience in that area. Pity your selective when it comes to honesty.


  59. 158
    salading says:

    Galloway has been confidently predicting an Israeli attack on Iran at regular intervals over the past five years even providing precise dates on occaision. One day he may well be justified and crow about being right yet again or it might not happen and his prognostications forgotten. He is always playing this game of forecasting dire consequences and bigging up his wise analysis when events coincide. It’s nothing to do with wisdom, it’s happenstance. He’s a sad self absorbed, opportunistic megalomaniac with a strange habit of curious pronunciation now: eg Material becomes Materiell. His Trot assistant probably dreamed up this considered but predictable defence as Galloway is clearly deflated by Cameron’s response.


    • 186
      Anonymous says:

      But is not “sad self absorbed, opportunistic megalomaniac” is a term that could apply to most of the hard-right on this site?


  60. 159
    not for the enlightened says:

    There seem to be a lot of trolls and racists on this site, I wonder why, and why they have such tetosterone mimicking false bravado that it chokes their minimal intelligence allowing them to believe that they are not transparently zio-racists – oooh, but I err, how dare I point out the obvious … I almost confounded ‘zio…’ with fascism, as if they were somehow connected. Or perhaps the poorly educated Brits are becoming as mindless and intellectually meager as too many Yanks, citing the right left paradigm inappropriately, and habitually confounding fascism with socialism and Marxism with capitalism?

    Don’t worry lads, keep yer heads down, ostrich like, when the shit hits the fan, you’ll be on the front line all the more ignominiously for your spineless cap doffing slavish myopically visionless ways.


    • 181
      Rightside says:

      Fascism is the bastard child of socialism you leftist prick. Mussolini who coined the word fascism was the former golden boy of fucking Italian marxism. And Fascists, murdering scum though they be, have a very fucking long way to go to equal the 120+ million murders done by socialist vermin so far.


  61. 160
    not for the enlightened says:

    What’s my last comment to do with Galloway?
    I addressed the dull witted and dark spirited ones whom refuse to see honour and courage and intellectual presence in a man when it is clearly abudant, and then do a it of familiar ass licking with their comments on ‘Dave’, a brainless fascist who would no sooner scalp his mother for a few quid than invite your foul smelling middle class pretensionsin his front room. Then again, with the amount of child abuse/sexual and moral perversity required to be a (psychopathic) authority figure, belong to the establishment, BBC, parliament, education, social services, the judiciary, the ‘un’healthservice …. et-cetera, you might get an invite to his bed chamber, but make any plans, or expect to catch the next bus home, unless its in a bodybag, or you have an affinity for deep waters. You choose – take responsibility to be part of the enlightened commons -imagine a better world and act on it – or enjoy the soulless self important cesspit that surrounds you – because you towed the line.


  62. 163
    Saddness says:

    Anyone watching the big question on BBC, yet another push for minorities to get the top jobs. We are all racists if you are white and english.
    When are we the locals going to take back our country?.


  63. 194
    Same As It Ever Was says:


    “French troops have been called to protect one of Niger’s biggest uranium mines”.

    So need anyone ask why we are “training” the French?


  64. 195
    Mark Wouters says:

    Mr.Galloway for Lord Protector of England PLEASE?


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