This is one hell of a video right there. George Galloway, a British MP imploring an arab audience (of which nationality is unclear, but this is not about nationality but about religion) and teasing them to start what he calls a “revolution” in Saudi Arabia, when it seems much more like he is simply calling Arabs to start inflicting a Syrian like human suffering in Saudi Arabia.
Whenever the argument goes into a narrower path, he dangles the Americans and the Jews to the audience – because if the Americans and Jews are happy Arabs can not be, and if they are happy at the same time, well it means something is very wrong – according to Galloway.
It had only been a question of time when Galloway will go back to his questionable support and love of the Syrian regime, he had been a true supporter in the past, only to have to twist and turn at the beginning of the Syrian violence (more than a year ago). Now it seems that he is back in full force, and with the ultimate weapon, the Palestinians. But the Palestinian argument is slowly fading away, even from Arab crowds. In the whole Israeli Palestinian conflict there was never a day-by-day bloodletting festival of violence as has been demonstrated in Syria. While generations of Syrians have been oppressed by a tribal and religious minority children in Gaza grow up without even once seeing an Israeli soldier.
So if we were to make a short summary of this video, and answer a simple question – “what does George Galloway, who is a British (and had never publicly claimed to be a Muslim) want from his Arab-Muslim audience?”, the answer should be clear, this man wants the same level of violence we are seeing in Syria to happen in Saudi Arabia. “Why would he want that?”, well your guess is as good as mine, but it seems that by the way he glorifies the Iranian regime and shows complete hate to the Saudi one that it must have something to do with Shi’a V Sunni Islam.
Why would they not make things more simple for us?, why wouldn’t George Galloway show up on stage, open up by saying that he is a Shi’a Muslim, that he comes to the stage not as a British national or MP, but as a bloodthirsty religious crazed individual who just wants to see Saudi blood in the streets for glory of his (and his friends) version of Islam. That would just make it easier to ignore the noise coming from his direction.