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Posted: 8/4/2005 8:33:07 PM EDT
Galloway (on Syrian TV, July 31, 2005): Mr. Blair is using this crime and all these dead people as a justification for this absurd idea of a war on terrorism. "Terror" is a word... Terror is a tactic, it's not a strategy. The idea that Muslims have some kind of sickness in their bodies, which must be cured, which is the idea behind Bush, behind Mr. Blair, and behind Mr. Berlusconi's government in Italy - It must be resisted. It's not the Muslims who are sick. It's Bush and Blair and Berlusconi who are sick. It's not the Muslims who need to be cured. It's the imperialist countries that need to be cured.

[...]

The real question is, after the evidence of Sykes-Picot 1, are you ready to accept Sykes-Picot 2? What does Sykes-Picot mean to the Arab world? Nothing except division, disunity, weakness, and failure. Two of your beautiful daughters are in the hands of foreigners - Jerusalem and Baghdad. The foreigners are doing to your daughters as they will. The daughters are crying for help, and the Arab world is silent. And some of them are collaborating with the rape of these two beautiful Arab daughters. Why? Because they are too weak and too corrupt to do anything about it. So this is what Sykes-Picot will do to the Arabs. Are you ready to have another hundred years like the hundred years you just had?

[...]

Galloway (on Al-Jazeera TV, July 31, 2005): This started out as a wish to terrorize the world with American power, or as Sharon would say: "Terrrrrrorize" the world with American power. But in fact it ended demonstrating the exact opposite. They can control the skies, but only if they don't come within range of an RPG, but they can't control one single street in any part of occupied Iraq. Not one street. Not one street anywhere. These poor Iraqis - ragged people, with their sandals, with their Kalashnikovs, with the lightest and most basic of weapons - are writing the names of their cities and towns in the stars, with 145 military operations every day, which has made the country ungovernable by the people who occupy it. We don't know who they are, we don't know their names, we never saw their faces, they don't put up photographs of their martyrs, we don't know the names of their leaders. I'm sure, for all the times I spent in Iraq, that I never met any of them before. They are not the comfortable in the former regime, they are not the leaders, with maybe one exception: Izzat Ibrahim Al-Durri. They are the base of this society. They are the young men and the young women who decided, whatever their feelings about the former regime - some are with, some are against. But they decided, when the foreign invaders came, to defend their country, to defend their honor, to defend their families, their religion, their way of life from a military superpower, which landed amongst them. And they are winning the war. America is losing the war in Iraq, and even the Americans now admit it. Even the puppet ministers and regime in Baghdad know it. The former puppet minister (Iyad) Allawi admitted it three times in the last month. America is losing the war in Iraq. And this will not change. The resistance is getting stronger every day, and the will to remain as an occupier by Britain and America is getting weaker everyday. Therefore, it can be said, truly said, that the Iraqi resistance is not just defending Iraq. They are defending all the Arabs, and they are defending all the people of the world from American hegemony.

[...]

It's not the Muslims who are the terrorists. The biggest terrorists are Bush, and Blair, and Berlusconi, and Aznar, but it is definitely not a clash of civilizations. George Bush doesn't have any civilization, he doesn't represent any civilization. We believe in the Prophets, peace be upon them. He believes in the profits, and how to get a piece of them. That's his god. That's his god. George Bush worships money. That's his god - Mammon.

[...]

Galloway (on ANB TV, July 28, 2005): Most of the children, most of the schools, most of the buses, were bombed by the United States. Let's keep this clearly in perspective: Most of the children who died in Iraq were killed by George Bush, not by Zarqawi. Most of the schools that were wrecked, buses that were bombed, hospitals that were destroyed, lives that were taken, were taken by George Bush, not by Zarqawi. Number two: Most of the resistance in Iraq is not Zarqawi, It's not foreign, whatever "foreign" means when Iraq is occupied by 250,000 foreign armies. Most of their resistance are Iraqis resisting the foreign occupation of their country. Most of the operations which they carry out are against the occupying forces and their collaborators, and this is normal in every liberation struggle.


memritv.org/Transcript.asp?P1=788

I mean, I'm aware that some of you may have differing opinions about the war in Iraq, but if this isn't giving aid and comfort to the enemy, what is?
Link Posted: 8/4/2005 10:04:14 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/4/2005 10:04:33 PM EDT by Scope-eye]
I've already had a rant to streetfighter on the phone about this, so I won't go on too much here. Suffice to say it made me really angry.

He should be shot on sight, and then he had the cheek to speek on Radio5Live yesterday afternoon and confirmed what he said, and I almost shot the radio. He makes me so angry.

On top of that there are two muslim leaders spouting the same crap and they are allowed to live here.

We still have the death sentance for treason in the UK. To my mind this is treason and he should be tried and convicted as a traitor (due process of course). Failing that he and all the others praising the murder of innocents should be bannished from our shores if they don't like it so much.

I think the Senate had the best opportunity to lock him up. They should have take him 'on holiday' to a little place on Cuba and thrown away the key.

aaarrrgh!
Time for valium and a lie down.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 1:15:57 AM EDT


I'm amazed at some of the shit some people come out with.

Yesterday I had a troll through the GCN website and some of their stuff is almost fantasy.



Taffy
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 1:36:55 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/5/2005 1:39:41 AM EDT by vito113]
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 1:48:10 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Scope-eye:
I've already had a rant to streetfighter on the phone about this,


Yes he did, on and on and on

Anyway, I f**king hate Galloway. Always have done. He's a turd

Anyone remember the way he fawned all over Saddam???

Alas, this "he's a bit of a character" shit is old now. he's dangerous.

Even though there's a bit of truth in what he says sometimes (and you all know it) he really ought to learn when to keep his gob shut.

I for one would certainly pay good money so see him do the Tyburn Jig.

Mark
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 6:26:10 AM EDT
galloway needs to bone up on his "arabspeak" a bit more. he didn't use the word "crusaders" or "mother of all........" once in any of his diatribes.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 10:09:26 AM EDT
I'm glad to see they've decided today to bring in new laws to expel/deport anyone who praises or incites anyone who carries out acts of terrorism.
Hope they remain true to their word.

Mark
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 10:30:38 AM EDT
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 10:45:53 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/5/2005 10:46:41 AM EDT by streetfighter]

Originally Posted By vito113:
Blair is certainly talking tough now that he's shitting his pants in case there is a public backlash against him after all his touchy feely policies that got us into this mess.

I wonder what Queen Cherie will say if we change/opt out of the Human Rights Bill? She's made an absolute fortune sueing the Goobermint using that.


Andy



Makes you wonder if him & her are working the system as a team

Mark

ETA, Are you going to hit post 10,000 tonight??
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