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George Galloway talks 9/11

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posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 05:40 PM
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George Galloway, a controversial British political figure now also doubts the official line of events on 9/11. Tom Keeley speaks about 9/11 on George Galloway's talksport radio show. Galloway has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 1987 and is known for his outspoken socialist and anti-Zionist views.




posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 06:35 PM
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Umm, who really cares what this lunatic thinks? (And, yes, Mr Galloway IS a lunatic). Anybody who has followed his "career" would realize this.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by Swampfox46_1999
reply to post by Insolubrious
 

Umm, who really cares what this lunatic thinks? (And, yes, Mr Galloway IS a lunatic).


It's not just George Galloway talking, he is hosting a radio show with a guest speaker and phone in guests

Funny thing though - listen to 57:10 onwards

George silences a female caller (Dianne) who is discussing the possibility that intelligence assets could have been duped into hijacking the planes and then the CIA took remote control of the planes to finish the job.

No sound from 57:32 to 57:39 (7 seconds) then George finally cuts her off at 57:59 saying she is "straying into the absurd"

I have seriously considered this possibility before but George says this is absurd and silences the call. He doesn't do this to anyone else during the radio show is such an abrupt manner.

Did she stray too close to the truth or is this genuinely such an "absurd" claim that even "lunatic" George thinks its crazy?

Another caller at 1:00 mentions the CIA and George ends that call swiftly too. However, this is near the end of the program so perhaps you can understand him feeling rushed and quickly cutting him off.

The guest speaker returns and at 1:02 to summarise some of the points and mentions remote controlled planes (but not the CIA) and he is left to speak


[edit on 19/4/2009 by alienanderson]



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:36 PM
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Whenever I hear the term "The Hijackers" I have to cringe. Mohamed Atta lived about 3 miles away from where I live. If you ask around, you will find out a lot of people have some kind of knowledge about these guys. I have to doubt the credibility of anyone who still goes around talking about "the hijackers". Why would someone think there was this big plan that involved some sort of shadow agency that pulled off the whole 911 thing, and still think there were Hijackers? They were right here and the people who knew them can tell you (not really literally you, but people they know) they were right here in Florida and not hijacking planes. They were here to make a show to have someone to point to but had nothing to do with the actual planning or anything else. I think they were loaded up on the Saudi flight out of the country right after 911.
Anyway just my opinion but based on serious first hand testimony to me.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:57 PM
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Are you saying Mohamed Atta was seen on September 11 near your house when the official story says he was up in the air?



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 10:47 PM
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Originally posted by Swampfox46_1999
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Umm, who really cares what this lunatic thinks? (And, yes, Mr Galloway IS a lunatic). Anybody who has followed his "career" would realize this.


I respectfully disagree. Mr. Galloway is far from being a lunatic. He's a courageous speaker of the truth and those who don't like what he has to say are simply afraid of the truth. For those who aren't aware, he was once falsely (and purposely so) accused by America of taking bribes from Saddam Hussein. At their arrogant demand, he appeared in the Senate to face his accusers and proceeded to tear a strip off them that they'll never soon forget. They'll never again invite him to defend himself, because defend he will.

www.youtube.com...

He's in the "british" political system, but he's a Scot. This "lunatic" as you call him, is an outstanding citizen of the planet.

[edit on 19-4-2009 by Albertarocks]



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 11:21 PM
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I don't know if you know any coc aine dealers but if you do, and they travel around like a posse, you know like four or five or six guys packed into a big Mercedes or something. Picture this in your mind and then make it a bunch of Germans and Arabs running around on CIA papers and you have these guys. Of course I do not want to go into detail right at the moment but you need to have the right picture of what they would have seemed like to the people who lived around their base of operations.
So, yes, they were seen shortly before the Hijackings and they were not in Boston and definitely not driving up to Portland Maine.



posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 05:17 AM
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Interesting comments, but it's a shame you can't provide any details as it sounds like a story worth telling



posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 08:18 AM
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posted by Swampfox46_1999
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Umm, who really cares what this lunatic thinks? (And, yes, Mr Galloway IS a lunatic). Anybody who has followed his "career" would realize this.


People like you really fear PM George Galloway, a five-times elected member of the British Parliament, don't you Swampfox? Is it because Galloway really can defend himself very well against liars and corrupt politicians; especially the crooks and liars in the US Congress?

Governments and 'government loyalists' almost always label their most dangerous adversaries as 'lunatics' to shut them up. That did not work on Congressman Ron Paul and it won't work on MP George Galloway. You really represent your government well don't you?

It is great news to have MP George Galloway PUBLICLY doubting the 9-11 OFFICIAL STORY. I hope somebody really ticks him off. Maybe you should have a go at him Swampfox46_1999.



Canadian PM feared Galloway's message
THESTAR - Wed, 08 Apr 2009


Anyone who has ever seen George Galloway in action knows why he had to be stopped at the border. He definitely poses a threat – although not the security one alleged by the Harper government.

Rather, Galloway, a five-times elected member of the British Parliament, poses a threat to Stephen Harper's ability to sell Canadians on our involvement in the Afghan war and on Ottawa's support for Israel in its battle against the Palestinians.

Galloway is a fierce, effective critic on both fronts. With the mental toughness of Noam Chomsky and the showmanship of Mick Jagger, Galloway slices through the pro-war apologetics of political leaders like a knife through warm butter.

www.georgegalloway.com...




[edit on 4/20/09 by SPreston]



posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 08:46 AM
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It's all good progress i believe, although Galloway has a controversial rep so it doesn't add huge weight to the subject of 9/11 truth, but either way it could be considered beneficial to the movement as a whole.

What I found slightly amusing was the first caller in, who seemed to be convinced the towers were not made of steel and became very aggressive when he seemed to think that he knew what happened to those towers on 9/11 but had never heard of building 7. It made me giggle in a frustrated kind of way. It's easy to see how people get like this with all the brainwash on TV since conspiracies surrounding 9/11 tend to challenge their whole belief system.


I wonder about Galloways direction though as he was just gritting his teeth with the subject of planes and hijackers, not really wanting to open his mind to alternative possibilities, and he was saying something to the effect of 'oh this is good because we have more callers than ever'. But I think for anyone (especially the likes of Galloway) to be introduced to 9/11 and to understand how many issues are with the story is a little bit overwhelming so really he deserves some credit for at least entertaining it on his show and coming to understand that the conspiracy theories are not all completely nuts. I expect if Galloway remains interested we will hear more from him on the subject, especially if it boosts his ratings.




[edit on 20-4-2009 by Insolubrious]



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