I absolutely despise the obnoxious little turd. But he's finally said something that I agree with.
Not a great lover of Thatcher [THE MILK SNATCHER] how many where happy when the IRA bombed the tory shower in that there hotel???JunglyDaz said:Whilst not agreeing to the bombing of anyone, he has a point. The July 7th bombings were inexplicable, whereas the asassination of any MP that vindicated any war on any country would be explicable but not excusable or morally just.
As the man said --- invasion of a sovereign country by foreign powers entitles those people to respond in anyway possible .SILVER_FOX said:How can the murder of anyone be morally justified. To even open it for discussion puts Galloway in a similar league to those murdering bast*rds on 7/7.
Most of you guys are serving or ex-serving. I don't particularly care about a number of our leaders either but I can't believe you are even having a conversation about this - shame on you.
In any case he will pass on the leadership in the next year or so and will quietly slip away into oblivion. The process of losing power and becoming just another back bencher or life peer will hit him hardest & give him years to consider his actions.
Also, its definitely time for Galloway to go too I think! :x
I think I may have misworded my statement about THATCHER what I meant was as much as I despised that woman I was not rejoicing when the tories where bombed.Backpacker1uk said:Not a great lover of Thatcher [THE MILK SNATCHER] how many where happy when the IRA bombed the tory shower in that there hotel???JunglyDaz said:Whilst not agreeing to the bombing of anyone, he has a point. The July 7th bombings were inexplicable, whereas the asassination of any MP that vindicated any war on any country would be explicable but not excusable or morally just.
Talk is cheap. And besides we all know that Mrs [asylum seeker defender]Blair runs this country not the man with the smiling teeth.
GALLOWAY a typical politician with an answer for everything. An opportunitist always looking for that next opportunity to plug his ego trip.
I'm sorry but this just doesn't stand up to scrutiny. If we are so noble and concerned about despots killing their own that we are prepared to oust them, why didn't we do anything in Rwanda?SILVER_FOX said:If this were a straightforward invasion of another foreign country by us then yes, we would deserve what we get. However, WMD aside, the invasion put a stop to what amounted to genocide of one form or another. Saddam is responsible for the murder of untold thousands of his own people; we invaded then in part to stop this. Weâ€™re only there now with the consent of the elected Iraqi government and with the support or indifference (at least) of the majority of the population. If they told us to go we would have to leave.
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