25 Jan

George Galloway To Uday Hussein ” With You Till The End”

George with Saddam Hussein’s son, Uday

From Sky News

Video footage has emerged showing George Galloway shaking hands with Saddam Hussein’s son Uday – a rapist, torturer and convicted murderer.
The video, obtained by The Sun, shows the Respect MP having a 20-minute meeting with Saddam’s eldest son in an Iraqi palace in 1999.
In the video, Mr Galloway is seen to greet Uday, shaking his hand twice and calling him “Excellency”.
He jokes about losing weight, going bald and failing to give up smoking cigars.
Mr Galloway also orders watching journalists not to publish parts of their conversation.
Finally, according to the paper, he taunts the United States and vows to stick with Uday “until the end”.
The video was shot for an Iraqi TV station and was smuggled out of Iraq before the regime fell.
Uday beat and stabbed to death his father’s personal valet and food taster, Kemal Hana Gegeo, and was briefly imprisoned by Saddam.
He also raped numerous women, and his victims are believed to have included a visiting Russian ballerina.
And as head of the Iraqi Olympic Committee, he oversaw the imprisonment and torture of Iraqi athletes who were deemed not to have performed to expectations.
Uday was shot dead by US soldiers in 2003. He was 39.

Galloway and Uday on Iraqi TV

Uday, dubbed The Wolf by terrified Iraqis, is known to have killed thousands of people.
He began watching Saddam’s torturers at work at the age of four.
Depraved Uday enjoyed it so much he later had his own private torture chamber, where he toyed with screaming victims.
He was a mass rapist who set dogs on a 24-year-old woman who rejected his advances — then watched as she was ripped apart.
Footballers and athletes who failed to impress Uday faced death, torture or beatings when he ran both sports in Iraq.
Two sportsmen were thrown to their deaths from a 75ft bridge.
And a coffin-shaped “iron maiden” with spikes that impaled anyone in it was found near the Iraqi soccer HQ by allied troops.
Galloway met Uday in 1999 at the end of a two-month journey on a double decker bus through a number of Arab nations.
The tour was to highlight his Mariam Appeal, a cause to raise cash for a sick Iraqi girl.
A US senate report claims the charity received £300,000 in oil money from Saddam — which Galloway denies.
The meeting was shot for an Iraqi TV station run by Uday and was smuggled out of the country after the regime fell.
Galloway, his greying hair coiffed and wearing a dark suit, and tie, is shown being led into a room with his now-estranged Palestinian wife Dr Amineh Abu-Zayyad and business partner Fawas Zureikat.
The trio are warmly welcomed by Uday, who wears a badly fitting, shiny powder blue double- breasted jacket and dark trousers.
Galloway, showing he has met Uday at least once before, reaches out to shake his hand, saying: “Your Excellency, very, very nice to see you again.”
Uday replies in English: “Nice to see you.” Galloway goes on: “It’s almost one year since we met. How are you?” Uday replies: “You seem in very good health.”
Galloway says: “I lost weight, I’m very happy about that.”
Uday replies in Arabic through a bespectacled, gap-toothed translator: “Yes, I see you’ve lost some weight, so I think it’s better.”
Galloway, as if to an old friend, laughs: “It’s good, but unfortunately I’m losing my hair also.”
Uday chuckles: “Yes, I’ve noticed, especially on the left side. But I’m one step ahead of you, I’ve quit cigars, you are still smoking.”
In the stomach-churning manner familiar to Big Brother viewers, Galloway flatteringly replies: “People of good taste either used to to be, or still are, smokers of Havanas.”
Uday responds to the ego massage, saying: “That’s why we have opened this subject so we can call you to quit smoking.” Whenever Uday speaks, Galloway looks at him attentively and hangs on his every word.
And the politician, who campaigned against the war to overthrow Saddam tells Uday: “I’d like you to know that we are with you ‘til the end.”
Describing his recent tour, Galloway mentions several Arab countries. But when he starts speaking about Libya he turns and says: Please don’t publish this . . . if there are journalists . . . ”
The tape then cuts out. When it resumes, Galloway is talking about Egypt.
He boasts: “If we had stayed in Egypt one more week there might have been a revolution. There were tens of thousands of people in the street around the bus. And our bus was parked at night just next to the American Embassy.”
Galloway explains that the bus had “No Embargo On Iraq” emblazoned across it.
He goes on: “They had to look at our bus every day. It was making a few people nervous.”

RightToCarry says:

Grrr, Galloway is a prime example of the British and American left, blatantly supporting terrorist’s and not held accountable. Check this article at Rottweiler Puppy’s new home;
Some of Galloway’s little Islamofacist friends aren’t too happy with him..

Rhod says:

Galloway has much in common with Jimmy Carter.. the sadomasochistic need to kiss the asses of murderers and monsters. Galloway might actually be mad, however, because his behavior is an adult version of smearing. His performance on Brit TV recently, imitating a cat grooming himself and slurping cream from the hand of the show host was wretched. There’s no level of Hell deep enough for this piece of garbage.

nuke gingrich says:

I’d like you to know that we are with you ’till the end.
This is the end… {cue The Doors}

Wild Thing says:

RightToCarry thank you for the link. What a horrible person he is. ugh!

Wild Thing says:

Rhod, I saw the video it was so disgusting. I agree with every word you said.

Wild Thing says:

nuke gingrich thanks for the link. Galloway is insane. His behavior goes way past politics into the land of no return. Sick totally sick!
Thanks for commenting.

Jake says:

More Uday facts:
Uday was 10 times more violent, 10 times more vicious and 10 times more insane than his father. He was so feared by other governments, that one of the reasons for leaving Saddam in place in the past was so Uday could not take power.
Uday and his henchman would show up at non-Baathist party member weddings and rape the bride. Uday did this so regularly that the young brides were resigned to their fate. He loved shoving victims into plastic shredders feet first, while the family watched.
There is no doubt that George Bush saved the world with the liberation of Iraq.

Wild Thing says:

Hi Jake, thank you for commenting. I had not oheard that before about weddings and the shredder.
I am so glad our troops took him out and he was not taken prisoner. I thank God the way it happened. I agree with you about Bush too.

Rhod says:

Uday supposedly said (about the invasion) words to this effect…”Bush isn’t like the others. I think he’s serious”. One of my sons, who was in Afghanistan and is going back to Iraq this summer, had access to some of the GI’s who were involved in the killing of Saddam’s sons.
The rumor is that there was no intention of accepting a surrender from them, and that they were “terminated with extreme prejudice”, as the saying goes. The gigantic intellectual Charlie Rangel is upset about this.