Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Kashmir was never part of India: says Leading British Comedian George Galloway

Galloway With Hamas Leader

I bring you one of the finest jokes you have heard in some time. Get ready to laugh and role on the floor holding you belly.

British parliamentarian George Galloway has said the Kashmiris simply want plebiscite which was promised to them by the UN and former prime minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru.
While addressing the seminar at the UN in Geneva “Defending the Democratic Processes”, the veteran campaigner on Kashmir said due to crime committed by the British empire the sufferings of the Kashmiris were greater than the Palestinians.

Some 80,000 had died in the more than 20 years freedom struggle, uncountable numbers had been wounded and maimed, Galloway said. Mass imprisonment and exile and even the use of rape as a tool of occupation had been the lot of the Kashmiris, he added. And yet, he said, the only demand of the occupied people of Kashmir was for the right to vote. The same right the West claims to support in the Arab spring for the Libyans and the Syrians, he said. Galloway hailed Indian author Arundhati Roy who was crying out for justice for the people of occupied Kashmir and said that Kashmir was never the part of India.

Did you enjoy that piece of comic genius. Let me give you examples of some more awards that he has received over the years

THE world has produced some evil, twisted men throughout history. Saddam Hussein is one of them. Treacherous Labour MP George Galloway is another.

In return for a gigantic £375,000-a-year, stolen from the impoverished Iraqi people, this traitor toured the world’s media proclaiming the Butcher of Baghdad a kind and decent human being.
Original Article On The Sun News Paper Site

George Galloway banned from Canada.

Anti-war MP George Galloway has been banned from Canada, it emerged today. A Canadian spokesman confirmed that the Respect MP had been deemed inadmissible on national security grounds and would not be allowed into the country.

Earlier today the Sun said border security officials had declared Galloway, 54, "inadmissible" because of his views on Afghanistan and the presence of Canadian troops there and would be turned away if he attempted to enter the country
Original Article On The Gaurdian News Paper Site

Egypt deports MP George Galloway
George Galloway was deported from Cairo today despite wanting to return to Gaza to help members of a humanitarian convoy who have reportedly been arrested, a spokeswoman for the convoy said.

Plain clothes police officers bundled the Respect MP on to a plane bound for London, said a spokeswoman for the Viva Palestina convoy.
Original Article On The Independent News Paper Site

Gorgeous George shunned by voters on Glasgow list
OUTSPOKEN former Labour MP George Galloway failed in his bid to enter front-line politics at the Scottish Parliament.
Mr Galloway headed an anti-cuts coalition on the Glasgow list, but failed to muster enough support.
Original Article On Scottish News Paper Site

Appeal court orders search of Galloway's charity papers
Civil servants have been ordered to reconsider disclosing thousands of documents relating to a fund run by former MP George Galloway during Saddam Hussein's regime.

The surprise ruling by the Court of Appeal threatens to revive an old controversy that led to Mr Galloway's memorable appearance in front of a US Senate committee looking into an allegation that the Mariam Appeal, which he founded, had received money from Iraq.
Original Article On The Independent News Paper Site

Some more of his grand achievements

As a local representative in Dundee, Galloway arranged for the city to be twinned with the Palestinian city of Nablus, and flew the Palestinian flag from the council office.

During a 1994 visit to Iraq, Galloway told Saddam Hussein: "Sir, I salute your courage, your strength, your indefatigability." Up until 2003, he led a campaign to lift economic sanctions in Iraq, and then campaigned to prevent the American invasion.

Galloway was suspended from the British Parliament for 18 days in 2007, after a disciplinary panel investigation reported that a charity he set up was partially funded by Saddam Hussein’s government.

He delivered humanitarian goods to Gaza, as well as $45,000 to Hamas, a banned terrorist organization.

Watch the interview below with the Dispatches program journalist. Dispatches on Channel 4 is one of the best incisive documentary shows. They do not pull any punches. Poor Galloway finds himself at the wrong end of an argument and his comic skills are tested. But he comes out with flying colors making viewers laugh at his simplicity and intellectual challenges. In the interview he proves that his IQ is at par with that of Donald Duck.

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