Galloway. Again.

#1
Talking shite on BBC1. I feel the need to put my foot through the screen of my TV every time this ******** comes on the TV. He just seems to deliberately take the contrary side for anything to do with this country. He now wants to give the FI to Argentina.

There are a lot of ******* in this country and he's right at the top of the pile.

He makes my wee wee reach 100degrees C
 
#2
He should go down there and tell the islanders this himself.
 
#3
Talking shite on BBC1. I feel the need to put my foot through the screen of my TV every time this ******** comes on the TV. He just seems to deliberately take the contrary side for anything to do with this country. He now wants to give the FI to Argentina.

There are a lot of ******* in this country and he's right at the top of the pile.

He makes my wee wee reach 100degrees C
The very fact Galloway hasn't died slowly and in incredible pain from some form of super AIDS/cancer/vCJD is clear proof there is no God.
 
#4
All politicians are out of touch self obsessed ******* who will say anything to stay in power, "allahway" is just one of many on a very long list of people who should be lined up and shot..
 

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#5
Galloway, as ever, is taking the side of the Argentinians. i.e. he is taking stance directly opposed to the UK government. If, and I say if, the government decided to let Argentina have control of the Falklands/Malvinas, then you could be certain that Galloway would take the side of the Islanders.

He is a complete **** who thinks his role in life is to stir the shoite.
 
#6
... which he does well. In any other country he'd either 'fall down the stairs' or disappear.
 

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#7
The price we pay in a democracy where we (allegedly) have freedom of speech is having to put up with Allahway and his fuckwittery.

Why anyone gives him the time of day I don't know; all those people who voted for him during his long and non-productive career ought to be ashamed of themselves.

I'd love to have 2 minutes of private chat time with him. He would receive some sound advice on what it means to be British.


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#8
The price we pay in a democracy where we (allegedly) have freedom of speech is having to put up with Allahway and his fuckwittery.

Why anyone gives him the time of day I don't know; all those people who voted for him during his long and non-productive career ought to be ashamed of themselves.

I'd love to have 2 minutes of private chat time with him. He would receive some sound advice on what it means to be British.


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And you'd be totally wasting your breath. He wouldn't listen to a word you say because he's a total narcissist. In fact you'd probably end up in gaol because he'd wind you up so much that you'd end up killing him.

He's not worth a single heart beat worrying over.
 
#9
Don't know why Galloway gets peoples blood boiling. His flowery rhetoric outweighs his intellect. If he does have a skill ,it lies in his ability to take the best bits of other peoples speeches and string them together in a way that sounds coherent to the uninitiated.
I'm afraid this interview only consolidated my opinion. It was disjointed, emotive , lacking in any structure and was at times unfamiliar with the facts, it often failed to grasp the Realpolitik of nationalism in South America.
In fact it was a wasted opportunity to give a real constructive political insight on the the future of the Islands.
Galloway's insight was tenuous to say the least, it's just a pity he chose The Politics Show to reveal it.
 
#12
Hard to see Galloway as anything other than a traitor.
 
#14
Hard to see Galloway as anything other than a traitor.
Even the SUN said so in print around 2002 or 2003. I remember a full front page headline of him, with a crazed look on his face, staring out with the headline Traitor emblazoned in bold letters across it. It had been deliberately stuck in the middle of a newsagents window like a wanted dead or alive poster. The only thing missing was the amount of the reward & bounty on his head.

He was such a national hate magnet at the time. So so funny, I still remember it.

Maybe if somebody out there still has it or can find it again they could post it for a laugh.
 
#16
Florence is like a machine.
 
#17
Florence is like a machine.
Ba-doon Tish!

Galloway seems to find it necessary to find a diametrically opposition position to the British public.

Except a small area where he can play to an audience to gain a position for himself. In that essence, he has picked a splendid place. It is unlikely that he will leave. Unless he is staggeringly stupid he will not do anything unlawful to threaten himself. For that at least, he must be given credit. Bit like applauding Satan for being good at his job.

He is the Ali Diazei of British politics.

However, it is the body that produces the cancer.
 
#18
Ba-doon Tish!

Galloway seems to find it necessary to find a diametrically opposition position to the British public.

Except a small area where he can play to an audience to gain a position for himself. In that essence, he has picked a splendid place. It is unlikely that he will leave. Unless he is staggeringly stupid he will not do anything unlawful to threaten himself. For that at least, he must be given credit. Bit like applauding Satan for being good at his job.

He is the Ali Diazei of British politics.

However, it is the body that produces the cancer.
Are you trying to say that for the better good he should be nuked?
 
#20
Ah, that arch-contrarian, along with Tariq Ali and Livingstone, all three of them tiresome, overgrown little boys getting a rise out of the grown-ups and sniggering about it afterwards.

Ignore them is my advice.
 

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