Friday, December 09, 2005


Drinking from Home has started taking nominations for The British Dhimmi Awards 2005. Unfortunately, I'm not sure I can nominate the entire editorial staff of the Independent or the Grauniad for their sickening "Terrorists Militants are not to blame for 7/7: it's the Iraq War / poverty / racism / Islamophobia / women-in-short-skirts, stupid!" stance (OK, I made the last one up) and the somewhat dubious selection of "moderate" muslims and apologists for terror they employ to pad out their pages.

There are a lot of contenders, but I think my vote will have to go to George Galloway for his outstanding contribution to the jihadi cause. This video of a recent speech he gave in Syria says it all.

You have to credit Galloway - I didn't think he could get much worse, but give the man a shovel and boy, can he dig: (courtesy of Harry's Place from the racist Jew-haters at MPACUK)
'I can only support the Chairman of Islam Channel in his call for Engagement of the Muslim Community in British Society, but this engagement must be one based on a position of strength and not weakness.

We must let the Government know that if anymore of our cities, Damascus, Iran or anywhere alse is attacked, we will not only protest in Parliament but we will riot on the streets of Britain.

Every single terrorism legislation has been aimed at the Muslim community and I tell you this Mr Blair, you can criminalise who you want, but I will carry on supporting the Intifadha in Palestine, the Intifadha in Iraq and all the other Intifadhas.'
I like the "we" bit. You'd think after he received death threats from Hizb-ut-Tahrir he'd be wary of aligning himself with those who want to see him hang, but there we are. No doubt George is still fantasising about leading the red, green and black revolution. If only it weren't for those pesky kids on the Senate Committee and their Zionazi neo-con mates bringing up the small matter of the Oil-for-Food scandal and his rather lax financial records...


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