Scot, George Galloway’s scathing oratory left Senator’s Coleman and
Levin squirming in the filth of their falsified dossier of evidence.
Gorgeous George challenged the charges levied against him, and his
accusers became the accused. He derided the hypocrisy of the Senate,
lecturing him on matters of
when they lent their full support to the illegal invasion of a
suffering, sovereign nation, based on a “pack of lies” with
horrendous consequences. When George exposed the true beneficiaries
of Iraq’s looted wealth, the chicken’s came home to roost at George
Bush’s Texas ranch.
George Galloway was
kicked out of the Labour Party for his anti-war views and solidarity
with Iraq, but he won’t be cowed or intimidated by people he
described as wolves, and then apologized to wolves for the insult.
George was in his element demolishing the official propaganda and
American’s accustomed only to cheering pro-war sound-bites channeled
through the President’s earpiece, were exposed to some plain facts.
It may have been the first time they heard the real casualty figures
or the effects of the ‘oil-for-food’ program which George called,
“infanticide masquerading as politics.”
George formed his own party,
which won a historic election victory in the Bethnal and
Bow constituency, with a large Asian community, where there is
strong opposition to the war. Unlike his counterparts, George has
the guts and integrity to speak the truth, when no-one else will and
no doubt ‘dark forces’ would prefer it if he would shut-up and go
away, but he is an articulate politician with a passion for justice
and his intellect is his weapon. It’s time more bastions of society
took a leaf from his defiant book and confronted our representatives
and called them to account for their policies.