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George Galloway V The Senate Committee

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Somehow, and I don't know why, but as much as I respect, value and idolise the Senate Committee - they are all exemplary members of Society after all......I can't seem to, shock horror, believe a single word that comes out of their mouths. Give me Galloway anytime. Hope George gives 'em a bloody nose again....

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With you on that one dude.

Their performance back in May (I think) was pathetic compared with Galloway.

I'm a critic of Galloway too, but you can't help but admire the way he stands up for himself.

I just hope they haven't found something on him.

NDL

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With you on that one dude.

Their performance back in May (I think) was pathetic compared with Galloway.

I'm a critic of Galloway too, but you can't help but admire the way he stands up for himself.

I just hope they haven't found something on him.

NDL

I do. I hope they hang the Fu*ker for treason. Filthy dirty scumbag commie that he is.

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I do. I hope they hang the Fu*ker for treason. Filthy dirty scumbag commie that he is.

Now Now...calm down.....

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Treason for actively inciting insurgents to attack British troops in Iraq by saying they are "invaders" in an unholy army

Filthy and Dirty for STEALING money from the Iraqi peoples that should have gone on clothes food and medicines. The man is an out and out communist, in my book you are better made dead than BE red!

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Treason for actively inciting insurgents to attack British troops in Iraq by saying they are "invaders" in an unholy army

Filthy and Dirty for STEALING money from the Iraqi peoples that should have gone on clothes food and medicines. The man is an out and out communist, in my book you are better made dead than BE red!

Well done! That is pretty much the most ill-informed post I've ever heard on HPC. Congratulations mate...Perhaps it might be a good idea for YOU to hang yerself....

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Well done! That is pretty much the most ill-informed post I've ever heard on HPC. Congratulations mate...Perhaps it might be a good idea for YOU to hang yerself....

well how about these comments?

"But they decided, when the foreign invaders came, to defend their country, to defend their honour, 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.

In his most inflammatory outburst yet on the invasion of Iraq, George Galloway has sought to justify lethal attacks on British troops on the grounds that the rebels "are defending all the people of the world from American hegemony".

I do remember this is why he was thrown out of the Labour party. Perhaps you have been blinded by the "truth" of some filty commie rag like the Socialist?

dangerous, Dangerous people. And I tell you this, I dont mind telling them in the street how filty they are either. Anyone who Glorifies and Idolises Stalin needs a very long history lesson.

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well how about these comments?

"But they decided, when the foreign invaders came, to defend their country, to defend their honour, 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.

In his most inflammatory outburst yet on the invasion of Iraq, George Galloway has sought to justify lethal attacks on British troops on the grounds that the rebels "are defending all the people of the world from American hegemony".

I do remember this is why he was thrown out of the Labour party. Perhaps you have been blinded by the "truth" of some filty commie rag like the Socialist?

dangerous, Dangerous people. And I tell you this, I dont mind telling them in the street how filty they are either. Anyone who Glorifies and Idolises Stalin needs a very long history lesson.

haha...good try

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Good to see the PCC of the Supreme Church of Morons is concentrating on the important stuff once again. Let's ignore the poor intelligence before going to war, lack of WMD, no forward planning on coping with the situation afterwards, ruined infrastructure, uncompetitive tendering for reconstruction contracts.

Was this damning documentary evidence against obtained in the normal manner? Outsourced? Paid for? Tortured out of someone? Received in return for a cushy position on the oil ministry?

I will never believe that "Administration" again. Good to see they can still find themselves "a commie" to rally against, just like their daddies no doubt found.

:angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: btp

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Good to see the PCC of the Supreme Church of Morons is concentrating on the important stuff once again. Let's ignore the poor intelligence before going to war, lack of WMD, no forward planning on coping with the situation afterwards, ruined infrastructure, uncompetitive tendering for reconstruction contracts.

Was this damning documentary evidence against obtained in the normal manner? Outsourced? Paid for? Tortured out of someone? Received in return for a cushy position on the oil ministry?

I will never believe that "Administration" again. Good to see they can still find themselves "a commie" to rally against, just like their daddies no doubt found.

:angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: btp

Agreed. I still for the life of me cannot see why people carried on about the war, whilst completely ignoring the fact there was no post-conflict plan. For goodness sake, what did they expect? the Iraqis to just take us there? If there was any one body of gents I would sit and listen to above all others, it would not be the anti- war lot. It most certainly would have been the post empire Arabists, who have seen lived and breathed middle east and all of its strange ways. Instead, they were shunned as old school, and treated with complete disresprect.

Does not alter my view of what I would like to do to that punk Galloway if I met him in the street with his merry band of anti-brit scum and commie following.

He called our troops invaders. Invaders! The b*****d, how dare he. Our troops were invited in by Iraq.

The Baathists were not best chuffed (in tup north) but the marsh arabs loved them at the time... same with the Kurds right at the top near turkey. I think you will find that a large majority of brit Iraqis were also reluctantly in support of the conflict. That has changed now, not as a result of our continued presence, but as a result of insurgens using it as an excuse to pick a fight with the west on their religious supposedly higher ground. Who do you moan about? The guys who are being blamed by the insurgents as the reason why they are blowing up innocent iraqis, or the local insurgent militia, then wait for them to cope round, top your wife and kids, possibly set off a car bomb or two then finish off by having off with your nads? No competition. Course we are going to get the frustration vented at us.

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Agreed. I still for the life of me cannot see why people carried on about the war, whilst completely ignoring the fact there was no post-conflict plan. For goodness sake, what did they expect? the Iraqis to just take us there? If there was any one body of gents I would sit and listen to above all others, it would not be the anti- war lot. It most certainly would have been the post empire Arabists, who have seen lived and breathed middle east and all of its strange ways. Instead, they were shunned as old school, and treated with complete disresprect.

Does not alter my view of what I would like to do to that punk Galloway if I met him in the street with his merry band of anti-brit scum and commie following.

The Baathists were not best chuffed (in tup north) but the marsh arabs loved them at the time... same with the Kurds right at the top near turkey. I think you will find that a large majority of brit Iraqis were also reluctantly in support of the conflict. That has changed now, not as a result of our continued presence, but as a result of insurgens using it as an excuse to pick a fight with the west on their religious supposedly higher ground. Who do you moan about? The guys who are being blamed by the insurgents as the reason why they are blowing up innocent iraqis, or the local insurgent militia, then wait for them to cope round, top your wife and kids, possibly set off a car bomb or two then finish off by having off with your nads? No competition. Course we are going to get the frustration vented at us.

Why not face it...The Iraq war was/is a disaster. Galloway, on that count, has been proved RIGHT. 2 million people who marched in London have been proved RIGHT. Face it......the reasons for the invasion of Iraq have changed so much, they are an embarrasment to any sane free thinking person. Strangely, I'd forgotten all about Galloway until the Senate decided to take him on again. All they're doing is digging a big hole for themselves. They're keeping Iraq on the front pages of newspapers with Galloway (that's if you don't count the relentless bombings, mayhem and murder which is happening in Iraq NOW)

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Why not face it...The Iraq war was/is a disaster. Galloway, on that count, has been proved RIGHT. 2 million people who marched in London have been proved RIGHT. Face it......the reasons for the invasion of Iraq have changed so much, they are an embarrasment to any sane free thinking person. Strangely, I'd forgotten all about Galloway until the Senate decided to take him on again. All they're doing is digging a big hole for themselves. They're keeping Iraq on the front pages of newspapers with Galloway (that's if you don't count the relentless bombings, mayhem and murder which is happening in Iraq NOW)

Well I suppose it depends upon which media outlets you look at. Last time I checked, Iraq is slowly but surely moving forward. Perhaps you want us to fail in Iraq, I dont. But for whatever ill thought out reasons for that the government went in, surely we owe it to the countless Iraqis who have lost their lives, those that will and as well as all the hard work that is going in by our underfunded, overstretched armed forces to help a democratic process instead of assisting the insurgence by showing distain, by indicating our demands to pull out? What happens to Iraq now.

2 million marched, so bloody what. That is still a minority. Right up to and past the invasion, the overriding support was there, as all the polls showed (well, apart from the guardian and the socialist monthly that is). So like it or not, the British people wanted to go in. So, what are we supposed to do? Banter towards minority support like this government usually enjoys doing?

By the way, the IRaq constitution got voted in with over 75% of the vote, and 70% of Iraqis voted. Something, in this pathetically apathetic country we could not dream of achieving. I think THAT demonstrates the true will of the Iraqi people, that no matter how severe the harrassment by insurgents, THEY will not be swayed away from their newly found democratic right to vote.

Oh yeah, but thats right, Galloway being a commie doesnt believe in the vote. He only believes in stealing funds away from starving, poorly clothed Iraqis with all his mates across at the UN. Sick sick people. WHilst they sat fat dumb and happy, wondering what sanctions to impose, hudreds of thousands have been killed in Darfur, Zim, Rep of Congo and a dozen other sh*tholes around the globe. Shame they didnt have the balls to stand up and use their power to save a few of these people hey? Just like they tried to do when they vetoed action in Bosnia, whilst the Serbs were shelling muslims, and kids were getting mown down by sniper fire in the streets? Great.

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I wasn't in favour of the war in Iraq but neither am I a fan of Galloway. Remember, this is a man who made numerous pre-war visits to Iraq and professed support for Saddam 'I salute you' he proclaimed in front of the words media. Saddam was a genocidal tyrant who used chemical weapons on his own people and his neighbours, a fact which often seems to be forgotten amongst some critics of the war. Galloway's involvement with the Iraqi regime was unsavoury to say the least.

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Somehow, and I don't know why, but as much as I respect, value and idolise the Senate Committee - they are all exemplary members of Society after all......I can't seem to, shock horror, believe a single word that comes out of their mouths. Give me Galloway anytime. Hope George gives 'em a bloody nose again....

He's already ramming it back down their throats. Saw him on C4 news begging for the Senate committe to try him for perjury. Apparently the Americans are relying on the word of senior figures of the Baathist party who are on trial for war crimes?! They are going to get another mauling.

Something stinks about the Republicans continued pursuit of him. It has loud echoes of the vindictive exposure of the American antic war critics wife as a CIA agent by senior republicans, that is also threatening to blow up in their faces.

This could prove to be sensational.

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I wasn't in favour of the war in Iraq but neither am I a fan of Galloway. Remember, this is a man who made numerous pre-war visits to Iraq and professed support for Saddam 'I salute you' he proclaimed in front of the words media. Saddam was a genocidal tyrant who used chemical weapons on his own people and his neighbours, a fact which often seems to be forgotten amongst some critics of the war. Galloway's involvement with the Iraqi regime was unsavoury to say the least.

...and met saddam H twice...the same number of times that Donald R did who met him (Sadadam) to sell the damn chemcai weapons. I admit The Iraq war is now in the Past. The only sensible thing now is to try and get the country going again. But please don't insult my meagre intelligence to suggest that Iraq was a threat to this country. Talking to war mongering armchair generals really is a waste of time, for both parties. We, the people of this country have no say whatsoever about anything anymore. 2 million people marched......nothing happened......if 50 million people marched...still nothing would happen. This country is a brilliant country unfortunately...it is not a true democracy - it is ruled by the media and other selfish bastards. I do wish the Government would merely say the truth about what the Iraq war is all about. I'd have alot more respect (pardon the pun) for them.

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The only person that looked ridiculous during the last committee hearing was the puffed up falsley indignent Galloway.

The man protests too much. I for one will be glad when he has to go over there again. I will larf my head off when he goes to prison for five years and while he is there they arrest his wife and perhaps other corrupt cronies. Five years is a long time to find out more stuff.

This will be the best entertainment for a long time...and it will roll and roll and roll :D

Of course he is an obvious target for corruption acusations. But it begs the question of who else in the public eye in our and other European governments may be up to the neck in it. Iraq is a vipers nest that has been opened and I've a feeling that many of the snakes who have benefited from the food for oil program will be investigated soon...can we say the odd French man. ;)

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Of course he is an obvious target for corruption acusations. But it begs the question of who else in the public eye in our and other European governments may be up to the neck in it. Iraq is a vipers nest that has been opened and I've a feeling that many of the snakes who have benefited from the food for oil program will be investigated soon...can we say the odd French man. ;)

Yep, most of our politicians and their wives are at it.

Just look at Cherie Blair, if your charity talk passed on only 10% to a kid's charityyou'd have to be corrupt not to feel a burning shame.

I'd rather we sorted all the crap in this country before we go around the world on the US's coat-tails being war criminals.

NDL

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Yep, most of our politicians and their wives are at it.

Just look at Cherie Blair, if your charity talk passed on only 10% to a kid's charityyou'd have to be corrupt not to feel a burning shame.

I'd rather we sorted all the crap in this country before we go around the world on the US's coat-tails being war criminals.

NDL

Cherie Blair took some money for a charity talk therefore it is acceptable for George Galloway to take bribes from Saddam.

Logical fallacy of diversion, Tu Quoque

The senate committee were crap last time. They let Galloway hold the agenda and allowed him to focus purely on the infamous Telegraph faked letters and ignored other, potentially stronger, evidence. Much as I dislike Galloway I'm not sure he has much to fear from them.

More info here, at Scott Burgess' Daily Ablution blog, tirelessly keeping the Guardian in check for the last couple of years ;)

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Even my wife reckons that it would be great to see Galloway in a US prison for a few years!

Come on gents, the man's scum, through and through

As the Iraqi liberation, the outcome has been messy but it's not disaster. They've just agreed a constitution, they have a president, they are building up a new army.

Once we've bombed Iran there'll be less nasty road-side bombs being set off in Iraq as well ;)

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Even my wife reckons that it would be great to see Galloway in a US prison for a few years!

Come on gents, the man's scum, through and through

As the Iraqi liberation, the outcome has been messy but it's not disaster. They've just agreed a constitution, they have a president, they are building up a new army.

Once we've bombed Iran there'll be less nasty road-side bombs being set off in Iraq as well ;)

I take it Rich M that you'll be buying a penthouse Suite in Iraq when it's back to 'normal and civilised'? You paint a very rosy picture of it. Methinks you'll be waiting a long time. RichM, I've mentioned before...stick to posting about House Pices...I like you better then..Or you could actually go and join the Army.....

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The only person that looked ridiculous during the last committee hearing was the puffed up falsley indignent Galloway.

The man protests too much. I for one will be glad when he has to go over there again. I will larf my head off when he goes to prison for five years and while he is there they arrest his wife and perhaps other corrupt cronies. Five years is a long time to find out more stuff.

This will be the best entertainment for a long time...and it will roll and roll and roll :D

Of course he is an obvious target for corruption acusations. But it begs the question of who else in the public eye in our and other European governments may be up to the neck in it. Iraq is a vipers nest that has been opened and I've a feeling that many of the snakes who have benefited from the food for oil program will be investigated soon...can we say the odd French man. ;)

You present a very interesteing question regarding who else in Europe is up to their neck in Iraq. Completely misguided but still interesting. Rather than point the fingers at Europe and the French shouldn't you be pointing the fingers over the pond at Rumsfeld's involvement. Rumsfeld sold Chemical weapons to Iraq. Just so that didn't enter your head I'll reiterate it. RUMSFELD SOLD CHEMICAL WEAPONS TO IRAQ. I just hate the whole smoke and mirrors hypocrisy of it all. And I'm afraid, Growl, you've been taken in by it.

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Even my wife reckons that it would be great to see Galloway in a US prison for a few years!

Come on gents, the man's scum, through and through

As the Iraqi liberation, the outcome has been messy but it's not disaster. They've just agreed a constitution, they have a president, they are building up a new army.

Once we've bombed Iran there'll be less nasty road-side bombs being set off in Iraq as well ;)

I would much prefer to see Tony Bliar in prison than George Galloway. Even if Iraq does finally become fairly stable and the US and UK pull out there is still every chance that a hard line tyrant like Sadam Husein could muscle in as has happened in quite a few other countries that have held elections - then it would be back to square one ! Even Zimbabwe recently held elections but it was just a cosmetic exercise by Mugabwe.

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You present a very interesteing question regarding who else in Europe is up to their neck in Iraq. Completely misguided but still interesting. Rather than point the fingers at Europe and the French shouldn't you be pointing the fingers over the pond at Rumsfeld's involvement. Rumsfeld sold Chemical weapons to Iraq. Just so that didn't enter your head I'll reiterate it. RUMSFELD SOLD CHEMICAL WEAPONS TO IRAQ. I just hate the whole smoke and mirrors hypocrisy of it all. And I'm afraid, Growl, you've been taken in by it.

Well Yeam of course they did. They were fighting some dudes we were not too hot about at the time. Mine enemy of mine enemy is my friend....

Read Machiavelli the Prince and it will all become clear...

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