Tuesday, March 28, 2006

British(?) MP Supports Iranian Nuke Program
Any chance he could join CPT?

Vidkun Quisling, Benedict Arnold, Henri-Philippe P├ętain, etc. We can now add British Member of Parliament George Galloway. Reasonable men can have reasonable discussions and reasonably disagree on the War in Iraq. But when we start getting hit with quotes like "the crazed Zionist Crusader fundamentalists", I have to take pause. By the way, that interview was on Abu Dhabi TV on March 18, 2006. Interesting, huh?

Galloway even supports the Iranian Nuke program. Hmmm... gas is 5 cents a gallon in Iran. They desperately need "peaceful" nuclear power for what reason, again?

I've made no secret that I look upon this war as an extension of the Battles of Lepanto, Vienna, Tours, etc. But anyhow, back to Abdullah al-Galloway.

He's the MP from an area known as Bethnal Green and Bow. A constituency in London's East End that comprises approximately four square city blocks and 357,928 moslems, 12 of them actually have jobs. As a member of some abomination called "RESPECT The Unity Coalition", Galloway has the support of such widespread groups as; The International Socialist Group, The Socialist Unity Network, Socialist Resistance, The Communist Party of Great Britain, and let's not forget those party animals, Muslim Association of Britain.

When asked for his comments on the British Armed Forces in Iraq, Galloway called upon Arabs to kill British Servicemen when he stated in 2003 "Iraq is fighting for all the Arabs. Where are the Arab armies?". I can only take that one way.

If and when the moslems do take over Europe, Galloway is setting himself up to be sitting pretty. Maybe a nice cushy job as the Sultan of the British Isles?

Apparently, he must be confusing Iranian President Ahmadinejad with Beldar Conehead, A.K.A. Donald R. DeCicco.

"When my people come to colonize this planet, you will be on the protected rolls, and no harm will come to you."


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