Wednesday, July 18, 2007

George Galloway.

The litigious cat impersonator George Galloway has been found guilty by the parliamentary standards committee of lying about receiving money through 'charity' from the former regime of Saddam Hussein. The committee also concluded that the documents the Daily Telegraph printed about this several years ago were genuine. Did Galloway perjure himself in that trial? If so is there sufficient evidence to prosecute him for that?

George Galloway's depravity goes well beyond partisan politics, he has consistantly supported some of the most vile regimes on the planet, whether out of principle or to get rich doing so. The evidence against him is damning and no amount of bluster can disguise that, hopefully he will now disappear into the obscurity he deserves.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Alas! Disappearing is the last think one can expect from Galloway. He only wants publicity, and the BBC et al are only too happy to give it to him. Unless he is simply ignored, he'll always be ready with a whopping lie or an outrageous accusation for the cameras. What an odious piece of work he is, and what a travesty of "British Justice" was the Telegraph libel case. Will it be revisted now? Doubt it.

Ross F said...

e'll always be ready with a whopping lie or an outrageous accusation for the cameras.

His big lie in response to this report is to claim that he is being maligned because he is anti war, despite the fact that there are a more than a hundred MPs who opposed the Iraq war without having links to Saddam uncovered.