Radical Islam’s useful idiot.
Following are excerpts from an address by British MP George Galloway, which aired on Mayadeen TV on June 26, 2012:
George Galloway: People in the House of Commons, who don’t know where Saudi Arabia is on the map, have approached me, over the last year or so, and especially in the last few weeks, asking about the Hejaz and Najd.
I was astonished — how do they even know these terms? Suddenly they learned these terms, and why? Because already they are thinking: Maybe we have to divide what is called Saudi Arabia, and maybe we have to tell the Shiites in the eastern province that actually we might be prepared to support you having your own country, because you’ve got all the oil, and we’re not all that interested in Mecca and Madina, believe me.
The West is very happy to leave that to the Arabs and the Muslims. What they are interested in is Saudi Arabia’s wealth, and if it becomes unstable enough in Saudi Arabia, you’ll discover a new love in the West for the oppressed Shiites in Saudi Arabia. Trust me on that.
It’s already beginning to happen. We’ll hear about the oppression of the Shiites in the eastern province. We’ll hear about the scandal that it is that they should be governed in this way by these Wahhabi fanatics.
So nobody is safe from this kind of division, nobody is safe from this kind of sectarianism. What will be the result?
Instead of 23 Arab countries, we’ll have 33, or 43, or 63. We won’t have countries at all. We’ll have emirates, like the one currently visible, emerging, in Libya, after the NATO bombardment and the overthrow of the Qadhafi dictatorship.