Sunday, April 09, 2006


George Galloway at a "magnificent Rally on ‘Islamophobia, the war and freedom of Speech’ in London" last night:
"I want to make it clear, I and Respect support the armed resistance in Iraq and the armed resistance in Palestine."
Here are a couple of recent examples of what George and his sick followers support.

Suicide bombers, one dressed as a woman, blasted worshippers as they left a Shiite mosque after Friday prayers, killing at least 79 people and wounding more than 160 in the deadliest attack in Iraq this year.

Rafi, 63, and Helena, 58, were killed along with Shaked Lasker, 16, and Re'ut Feldman, 19, when they picked up a suicide bomber who they believed was a haredi man trying to hitch a ride.


Anonymous alison said...

The man who thinks of the cartoons: "This incident is worse than the 11 September attacks in the US and the 7/7 incidents in London" continues to live up to his status of Dangerous Dhimmi (or rather Djimmi with his accent) of the Year.

4:21 pm  
Blogger Mark Holland said...

See you Dhimmi.

6:07 pm  
Blogger jonz said...

Oh god what a twat that man is. Simple as.

10:14 pm  
Blogger jonz said...

Unfortunately, when drinking from home, the word verification can be quite a challenging experience on Blogger.

10:14 pm  
Blogger DFH said...

On his own website Galloway is bragging about his victory for “Press freedom's” (sic) over the Fake Sheikh affair. And yet on Saturday he held a rally (sorry, a “magnificent Rally (sic)…Standing room only” © Neil Williams, Respect) condemning the publication of some cartoons.

8:44 am  
Blogger Clematis Fraud said...

What a perverse world we live in!

In the world of Respect, the public display of a few cartoons is as morally reprehensible as the slaughter of 3,000 innocents. Yet the slaughter of 79 innocents at a mosque is considered worthy of praise.

I can't quite work out the logic of these people. At least you know where you stand with the BNP.

9:04 am  
Blogger Lizze said...

So (NOT) proud that he is 'my' MP. In this local election is more voting against rather then for a party.

10:29 pm  

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