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Could Gorgeous George be a role model for SoS Defence?

Could GG fight for the Army

  • Yes.. a man of principle

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  • no....rabid antidisestablishmentarianist

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#2
Principles are fine, IMO the man is a complete cnut but he not only talks the talk but would apparently walk it as well. Give the fucjer his due, he don't shy from a scrap unlike (insert any of our dearly beloved representives of whatever hue,creed,etnic ting wotever init)

BOLLOCKS he's earned my respect just by pissin off cleatus and co.
Respect- sh*t name for a party, tooo much diisin ting and going for the postal vote........earn respect, it doesn.t come on a plate (oops!)

but begrudgingly ...VERY begrudgingly...Nice one you Jock cnut, now go and represent north of the border where you come from.
Those of us from slightly south are rebuilding Hadrians..!
 
#6
The man's a communist, who has stated that the worst event in his life was the collapse of the USSR. Do you really think that he would protect the army's interests when it's a tool of imperialist capital?
 
#9
A spade is still a spade, regardless of his principles!

The f*cker is a TRAITOR pure and simple. I would not p*ss on him if he was on fire and i hope he dies of cancer!
 
#10
stoatman said:
The man's a communist, who has stated that the worst event in his life was the collapse of the USSR. Do you really think that he would protect the army's interests when it's a tool of imperialist capital?
Do any of your posts not mention communism or socialism? :twisted:

As others have said, the guys a Grade A ****, but he's got balls and is a bloody good public speaker
 
#11
luke said:
stoatman said:
The man's a communist, who has stated that the worst event in his life was the collapse of the USSR. Do you really think that he would protect the army's interests when it's a tool of imperialist capital?
Do any of your posts not mention communism or socialism? :twisted:

As others have said, the guys a Grade A *, but he's got balls and is a bloody good public speaker
1: Many.

2: Many total arrsehole politicians had balls and were good public speakers - the Austrian Corporal, for instance.
 
#12
George is a brave and principled fighter, who sticks to his guns and took the truth to Washington the other day. How often do you see principles and honest words in a place like that?

If there were more politicians like him with fire in their belly and the guts to battle against injustice, then the country would be better served and we'd all feel part of it instead of being scape-goated and isolated (it's Hoodies in the firing line at the moment).

If you handed a copy of The Sun to our George, he would burn it or wipe his ARRSE on it. What a MAN!!
 
#13
stoatman said:
The man's a communist, who has stated that the worst event in his life was the collapse of the USSR. Do you really think that he would protect the army's interests when it's a tool of imperialist capital?
We may all be lamenting the collapse of the USSR when, in 10 years time, all those rag-tag republics have imploded into civil war and some Azerbaijani lets off a suitcase nuke in London.

Say what you like about Galloway. He's one of the most persuasive and principled (and misquoted) politicians around today.
 
#14
Actually he is a communist. Anyone who laments the fall of Soviet Russia
as a tragedy is at the least a sympathizer. Being a communist today doesnt have the negatives it once did. GG is not alone but he certainly is a small minority in the UK.
 
#16
The man is a hero. He's been battered by an avalanche of unfair criticism from the establishment and that tool of the establishment, the British Media, who seem to think that he's 'fair game' - and he's picked himself up, dusted himself down and carried on telling the truth. Despite proving the Daily Telegraph didn't have a case against him, and despite giving Norm Coleman a lot to ponder (Norm, it's not that easy to put yourself up for the job of the most powerful gun-slinger in the world), he'll come in for a lot more of the same, mainly from people who react to headlines because they can't be bothered finding out what's going on in the world!
 
#18
French-person, dégage toi, et retourne à U75, troll.

Hero my arse. Supporter of the Soviet Union and other communist tyrannies about the world, he can often be found supporting some left-wing cause with a dubious human rights record in some far-flung corner of the world.

This story hasn't finished yet - they'll untangle the web of contacts and connections, and there's very little doubt in my mind that in this case there's no smoke without fire.

The man even lied about having repeatedly asked the Senate for an audience - they said that he hadn't, but as soon as he did they granted one, for which they were woefully underprepared.

The man's a worm, and didn't answer any direct questions. In a way he was rather like Göring at Nuremberg, grandstanding: the difference being that they got Göring on the back foot after a while, since they could question him for as long as they liked.
 
#19
stoatman said:
In a way he was rather like Göring at Nuremberg, grandstanding: the difference being that they got Göring on the back foot after a while, since they could question him for as long as they liked.
There is (perhaps unfortunately) another difference between him and Goering at Nuremburg, regarding what was in store for them in the imminent future...
 

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