26 May 2006

George Galloway's Interesting Hypothetical

British RESPECT MP George Gallway has again sent shockwaves through the British bourgeois political establishment by reportedly telling GQ Magazine that a suicide attack that killed Tony Blair "would be morally justified.... And morally equivalent to ordering the deaths of thousands of innocent people in Iraq - as Blair did."

He added in the same interview that, "I am not calling for it - but if it happened it would be of a wholly different moral order to the events of July 7. It would be entirely logical and explicable."

It presents an interesting question to those on Sam's Plantation who support the prison gulags, the death penalty, or Apartheid Isreal's right to assassinate any Palestinian leader they choose. What makes the life of Tony Blair - a man Comrade Chavez called "an unconditional subordinate to the crazy man" - worth any more than someone like Fred Hampton, who the state can kill without batting an eye?

Why does Apartheid Israel have the right to kill anyone they want at any time without so much as arresting a person, but Galloway is taken to the woodshed for poiting out the moral relativism that plagues so many on the Plantation and in Europe?

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