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George Galloway strikes back

Good to see you back, George. From his marvelous testimony in front of the US Senate which put me on a natural high for a week, to his numerous inspiring interviews and peace rally speeches and activities, GG has my admiration and support, stuff his naysayers. Here is George in the UK Parliament this month, and you can also catch him being interviewed at BBC’s Hardtalk. He held up most admirably in this interview, and I felt like walloping the annoying host Stephen Sackur.

Runtime: 9:56

For Britain’s arms trade with Israel, see this article and this piece for Britain’s role in the Israel-Hezbollah war.

4 comments on “George Galloway strikes back

  1. servant
    30 January, 2007

    Happy Birthday, Buddy!

  2. servant
    30 January, 2007

    No not Galloway. Though he’s a buddy too.

    Happy Birthday, Ann.

  3. peoplesgeography
    30 January, 2007

    Thanks comrade! :D

  4. Raheel
    7 February, 2007

    Pure inspiration. Mr. Galloway is a shining light of truth in a political world infested by war-hungry leeches all over the world. These blood-thirsty senators and legislators hate the brave who speak the right and will play every trick to discredit them.

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