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Galloway opens door to expose U.S. crimes

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posted on May, 29 2005 @ 03:55 PM
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I think everyone that are involved and guilty of a crime should be punished. Americans included




posted on May, 29 2005 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by finnman68
I think everyone that are involved and guilty of a crime should be punished. Americans included


Does that include all planners and profiteers behind the genocide and bombing ? You'll just have to exchange the US establishment, (aka democratic reform) but i support that.







[edit on 29-5-2005 by Moretti]



posted on May, 29 2005 @ 08:49 PM
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Man, does this tear Galloway to shreads or what? Galloway seems to be as full of it as one can be. Still want the American connection to be exposed and those involved punished.



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 01:40 AM
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So, this man decides to strike back by claming the US government was getting paid off when in fact it was only some American oil businessmen who have also been accused of being part of the OFF scandal...

He has no proof whatsoever, yet you all believe he was telling the truth just based on his opinion?... Of course, he couldn't be doing this because he is trying to save his butt and want the sympathy of those people who don't like the U.S. government......


I guess your opinion, some of you who have even changed your view about Galloway, has nothing to do with the fact that most of you, if not all hate the U.S. government even before this happened?.... RIIIIIIGHT....



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 01:56 AM
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What everyone here seems to be missing, is that Galloway has been PROVEN innocent in a court of law.

In fact, the paper that originally made the allegations (and where the US Senate seems to basing its accusations from
) actually had to pay libel damages to Galloway.



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 04:52 AM
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Stumason is right, George Galloway is doing this voluntarily (to my understanding).
I think there is a war to silence and criminilise him since he was a very critical oponent of the war.
He does have some extreme views, I don't believe that America is the bad guy like he does. Neither do I believe they're the good guys.

Since every country nowadays is looking out for its own interests, no matter how many on the opposing side are killed.
The man is making excellent comments, and people shouldn't overlook them because they happen to hate him.
However I don't think I could accept him as a leader, he might be strong and fierce, but he has some extreme views.

As finman said, he was promoting his anti-war stance, but also pointing out alot of truths also and double standards.
If you are pro-war you will not like him very much and will not want to accept what he's saying.
But even I am antiwar, and can see some truths in what the Bush Administration is saying, at times.

Most of the time though, I can see that the motives are hiden so that they can reach their goals no matter how unacceptable they are.
If I told you, lets go in invade Canada. You would say "No way".

But if I told you that they've attacked our allies before, obtain wmd and are going to use it on us if we don't stop them now.
The intelligence turns out to be false however, the maps and locations of wmd also turn out to be false.
Therefore the purpose becomes "change of regime".

Thats not very truthful however, because they know their ideas are too extreme so they place dosages of fear inside the public which entices them into thinking "we attack first before its too late".

Its not very truthful, Galloway said that the people who died, died for a pack of lies.
I don't understand whats wrong with what he's saying since the people who sent the US/Allied troops have blood on their hands.
One thing they tried to hide from the American public was the tombs carrying American Soldiers, and the handicapped soldiers with missing limbs.

Its concealing the truth, not being very truthful with the American people, the American people deserve to know the truth.
And there are many Americans who are speaking out, saying "not in our name" because they know about the 200,000+ Iraqi civilian casualties that dies because of this war.
Everyone's busy calling these people: Hippies, Lefties, Liberal loons, spies, traitors etc

These are people with real concerns, speaking the truth is difficult especially when its against yourself.
Yes Saddam should have been removed, but I reckon that his people should have been empowered to rise up against him and take control of their own land.
Geroge Bush senior in the first gulf war did this, and then changed his mind, because of this those people were left to the mercy of Saddam and were massacred.

America did put Saddam in power to begin with, this goes back to the point that it was within their interest at that time.
Which means that America isn't the "Good guy", no country is.

Saddam was also armed with weapons of mass destruction by the US to fight a war against the Iranians by Proxy.
Then the same people who enabled him to carry out his reign off terror are sitting in congress once again saying: "And he used weapons of mass destruction and gassed the iranians."

So my point is being that no country is perfect, every country has its faults, America is a great country, I urge all Americans to use their freedom.
Don't just listen to what you are told, you have to cherish freedom.
Because they are trying to slowly take it away from you, new laws are being implemented that are going to mean that you'll always be under a certain governments watchful eye.

If they are not being 100% truthful to you, don't allow them to control from such an early point.
Nice speaking to you all, God bless you all, God bless America, and all people from across the world.
God bless the UK, which is where I live.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 11:33 AM
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Mohammad Basirul Haq Sinha: "You often call for uniting Muslim and progressive forces globally. How far is it possible under current situation?"

Galloway: "Not only do I think it's possible but I think it is vitally necessary and I think it is happening already. It is possible because the progressi ve movement around the world and the Muslims have the same enemies. Their enemies are the Zionist occupation, American occupation, British occupation of poor countries mainly Muslim countries. They have the same interest in opposing savage capitalist globalization which is intent upon homogenizing the entire world turning us basically into factory chickens which can be forced fed the American diet of everything from food to Coca-Cola to movies and TV culture. And whose only role in life is to consume the things produced endlessly by the multinational corporations. And the progressive organizations & movements agree on that with the Muslims.

Otherwise we believe that we should all have to speak as Texan and eat McDonalds and be ruled by Bush and Blair. So on the very grave big issues of the day-issues of war, occupation, justice, opposition to globalization-the Muslims and the progressives are on the same side. "

This is insane. He is saying as long as you oppose the US you are our friend, no matter if you are Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, al Zarqawi, or Hezbollah.

Why doesn't he just dress up like a suicide bomber and carry a picture of Mohammed Atta?



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 12:14 PM
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i dont understand why it should be America's fault for the Iraqis deaths wen the sanctions was supported the the UN and not to mention Saddam was suppose to use the funds from oil for food to buy medicine and other needs not to buy weapons or lobbying like the French or Russians.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 12:40 PM
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Don't bother wasting your time on the drivel spouted by these people. They are anit-US no matter what. Yet in their pea-brained sized heads they real can't fathom the role the United States has in the world, being the lone super-power. These are the same people you would be complaining right now is the U.S. did not and Saddam were to cause trouble. How convenient of them to forget that Saddam broke the terms of his surrender in '90-'91 or that the snactions were passed by the UN not the US. Of course they'll say the US made the UN do it. No matter what, it's always the U.S.'s fault no matter what. Just be glad they don't live here.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 12:48 PM
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Originally posted by ferretman
Don't bother wasting your time on the drivel spouted by these people. They are anit-US no matter what. Yet in their pea-brained sized heads they real can't fathom the role the United States has in the world,


here we go again
here we have a child with a brain of a pea nut

what is it people speak out against your goverment and you brand them anti america ( got to say thank god all americans arnt like you ) not the ones i have met that is

there is a big diffrence being against a countries goverment and its policies and hating the people of the country



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 12:59 PM
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So let me get this straight:

The man who is accused of profiting from the Oil for Food money is accusing everybody else of corruption?

Ever see a guilty person NOT accuse somebody else of the crime when allowed to speak?

The only difference between this guys allegations and a two bit crook who was just nabbed on the street is the amount of press he gets.

The bottom line is that he still has not shown his innocence. In today’s day and age, where the media is the new court of the world, you need to prove your innocence, just the way it is. And this guy proved nothing but that he can sling mud.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 01:29 PM
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Ever see a guilty person NOT accuse somebody else of the crime when allowed to speak?


guilty of what he proved his inisence and he was able to give them a right ear full


[edit on 31-5-2005 by bodrul]



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 03:13 PM
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So let me get this straight:

The man who is accused of profiting from the Oil for Food money is accusing everybody else of corruption?

Ever see a guilty person NOT accuse somebody else of the crime when allowed to speak?

The only difference between this guys allegations and a two bit crook who was just nabbed on the street is the amount of press he gets.

The bottom line is that he still has not shown his innocence. In today’s day and age, where the media is the new court of the world, you need to prove your innocence, just the way it is. And this guy proved nothing but that he can sling mud.



Skippy, again you have missed the point I raised earlier.

GEORGE GALLOWAY HAS PROVED HIS INNOCENCE IN A COURT OF LAW ALREADY. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH HAD TO PAY HIM LIBEL DAMAGES FOR ACCUSING HIM OF THE SAME THINGS THE SENATE IS DOING RIGHT NOW

Hopefully that will make it loud and clear for all to read.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 04:50 PM
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Right, stumason. Because he has a stock of good lawyers who politically supports his cause and not out of concern for his legal entitlement to defense.

What a stand-up guy Galloway is: Galloway smacked by Muslim goons

Fleeing the scene and leaving his daughter to the mob?



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 04:56 PM
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Right, stumason. Because he has a stock of good lawyers who politically supports his cause and not out of concern for his legal entitlement to defense.


So Galloway can afford good lawyers whislt the Telegraph can't? Thats a lame arsed argument and you know it.

Bottom line is, he proved himself innocent and won the case in a court of law and considering we have one of the best legal systems in the world, it was hardly a case of who had the best lawyers, as I am sure the Telegraph could have got the best lawyers possible.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 04:58 PM
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contents from militantislammonitor ( nice name innit
)
real reliable



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 06:48 PM
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the_oleneo that website is highly unbalanced and is clearly attacking the George Galloway.
He might not be balanced with his opinions either and might hold extreme views, but I do believe he is innocent.
As Stumason said he has proved his innocence, its not a matter of having good lawyers, whether you like him or not isn't the issue either.

He has actually put everything on the line for his case against the telegraph, and if he was proven guilty he would have been homeless.
www.timesonline.co.uk...
He's certainly not richer than the telegraph, they could afford much better lawyers with the amount of money they make.

I believe we shouldn't be discrediting this man until he has been proved guilty.
I don't agree with his extreme stance, however he does tell the bitter truth at times, and he is not afraid to speak his mind.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 06:57 PM
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Originally posted by bodrul
contents from militantislammonitor ( nice name innit
)
real reliable


No, that website picked up the report from here.

Unless you wish to discount that website I've just provided for you as real reliable.


[edit on 5/31/2005 by the_oleneo]



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 07:04 PM
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Originally posted by stumason
So Galloway can afford good lawyers whislt the Telegraph can't? Thats a lame arsed argument and you know it.


Oh, come on, the Telegraph can't get its own reporters to act like lawyers and defend the publisher?!



Originally posted by stumason
Bottom line is, he proved himself innocent and won the case in a court of law and considering we have one of the best legal systems in the world, it was hardly a case of who had the best lawyers, as I am sure the Telegraph could have got the best lawyers possible.


Point taken. Galloway have his good days but he'll have his bad days anyway.
Never trust a no-good scheming opportunist like Galloway.



posted on May, 31 2005 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by SonofSpy
I loved the video of him being so defiant. Absolutely excellent. Now senators...how about the crooked Americans that profited from this fiasco? Im so sick of seing so much American white collar crime go unpunished.


unpunished? lol thats not true, try google or just paying attention to news...you might see americans being punished even harsher than these corrupt foreign politicians ever will be.




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