There isn’t enough duct tape in the world for THIS mouth

Galloway praises Iraq ‘martyrs’

During a tour of the Middle East, Mr Galloway spoke of “poor Iraqis” using the most basic weapons to write the names of their towns “in the stars”.

…Mr Galloway was expelled from the Labour Party over his outspoken remarks about the Iraq war.

He told Syrian Television: “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.”

If he was an extremist mullah, I’d vote for deporting him, but unfortunately this IS where he comes from. I believe in free speech, even for neo-nazis and other assholes, and I reluctantly agree with the point that at least some of the responsibility has to lie with this war that the US never should have started in the first place, but really. Stupid, irresponsible man.

I was, however, amused by the semi-snarky comments that “Mr Galloway was now a “marginal” figure who had limited influence.” lol…



2 thoughts on “There isn’t enough duct tape in the world for THIS mouth”

  • Though as he’s actually Scottish, perhaps we could deport him to one of their more ‘far-flung’ islands…??

  • What was that thing Graham Norton used to do? Pick a celeb to send to the Outer Hebrides? I think it was his show. :)

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