26 May 2014

My short converstation with George Galloway (The Spiv)

I am not at all sure that the person behind the Twitter nickname George Galloway is indeed The Spiv himself, it could very well be some other moron seeking fame and followers. But anyway, here is my short Twitter dialog with the intellectual prodigy (click to read comfortably):

Frankly, I wouldn't waste my time on that ultra-demagogue and sleazebag, but it so happened that recently I watched the clip, mentioned in my last tweet and here it is in all its glory (I warmly recommend to watch it for the whole 15 minutes it requires):

I don't know... one just isn't left unimpressed by the depth of commitment and sincerity when The Spiv (PBUH) talks about the Religion of Peace. Only a true (and ardent) follower could reach these peaks of passion. And this is all I meant by this innocent remark about Allah, who is obviously closer to The Spiv's heart that any other deity.

Only... one small detail bothers me, intruding on the clear picture of The Spiv as true* follower of Islam: several times during the clip he refers to HIM (His Islamic Majesty) Prophet Muhammad ascending to heaven from "the roof of Al Aqsa". This blasphemous statement may very well lead The Spiv to some special section of Islamic hell. Because... well, it's all here, and Al Aqsa doesn't have anything to do with that specific launch.
The Dome of the Rock is not a mosque, but a Muslim shrine. Like the Ka'ba in Mecca, it is built over a sacred stone. This stone is believed to be the place from which the Prophet Muhammad ascended into heaven during his Night Journey to heaven.
So there. I wonder, shouldn't some enclave of Ayatollahs gather to decide The Spiv's fate now, after his blasphemous nature is outed?

(*) Well, as far as truth and George Galloway go together, which is not a long way.


Sennacherib said...

In the intro for the old show "Fawlty Towers" they always showed the hotels outside sigh with the letters rearranged. One time it was "Farty Otters".

Dick Stanley said...

Must an adolescent newspaper for adolescents. Self-control is not their thing.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Well, a typo could happen to anyone, even the best.