12:35 – Next is George Galloway, and the Commons erupts in hatred at the man who must be parliament’s least popular MP. “Never here!” a Labour backbencher yells at him. “Who is he?” another yells. Galloway uses the word “adumbrate” in his question. He’s talking about Mali and Syria. “Has the prime minister read Frankenstein?” Galloway asks. Cameron’s response is nothing but contemptible. “Wherever there is a brutal Arab dictator in the world, he’ll have the support of the honourable gentleman.”
Galloway used to be be quite keen on these Jihadists, when they were fighting the US of A:
These poor Iraqis — ragged people, with their sandals, with their Kalashnikovs, with the lightest and most basic of weapons are writing the names of their cities and towns in the stars, with 145 military operations every day, which has made the country ungovernable by the people who occupy it. We don’t know who they are, we don’t know their names, we never saw their faces, they don’t put up photographs of their martyrs, we don’t know the names of their leaders They are the base of this society. They are the young men and young women who decided, whatever their feelings about the former regime, some are with, some are against. But they decided, when the foreign invaders came, to defend their country, to defend their honor, to defend their families, their religion, their way of life from a military superpower, which landed amongst them. And they are winning the war. American is losing the war in Iraq, and even the Americans now admit it And this will not change.