George Galloway at the Oxford Union

George Galloway took part in a debate last week at the Oxford Union. Galloway was supposed to be debating against Ben Wallace, the defence secretary, and also to debate the head of the British Army. Both of them chickened out at the last moment, and instead Tobias Ellwood (dim but nice, and head of the 77th Brigade) was put in their place. If interested here’s Galloway’s closing speech of the debate…

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6 Responses to George Galloway at the Oxford Union

  1. Freddy says:

    I have always been a follower of George, one of the very best political speakers of this age. He thrashed the Americans when he was over there to speak against their injustices.

    Great speech.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Freddy, I’ve had many disagreements with George Galloway over the years. The thing about him is that he’s now just about the only real politician still standing.

      No notes, no autocue, and he still tears them all apart.

  2. Freddy says:

    Hi Rob, I am not sure how things are going in France, bad news today.

    “A high school student has reportedly stabbed a Spanish teacher to death in a school in the French town of Saint-Jean-de-Luz.”

    Things, very bad in the U.K.
    Scarce fruit or veg in the shops, they are blaming the Moors / Spanish.
    Running out of Electricity / Natural Gas.
    Running out of artificial fertiliser ( it comes from Russia)
    Many hundreds of thousands almost continually on Strike.
    You can not get an ambulance or actually see a doctor.
    The country is imploding.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Hi Freddy. The Dutch government have closed down one third of the farms in Holland. They’ve done this by means of huge taxes on nitrate fertilizers, putting many farmers out of business (it’s been done in the name of ‘climate crisis’). Although a small country, Holland was a huge supplier of fruit and veg. I would guess this has played a large part in food shortages in the UK.

      There are no food shortages in Spain, Portugal, or here in France. All three of these countries have maintained a vibrant agricultural sector. By contrast, the UK has been paying farmers to plant wild flowers, etc, rather than plant food crops; all in the name of the ‘climate crisis’.

      You really can’t make this stuff up.

      Hang in there. Saner minds will prevail.

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