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2005-04-19  

When George met Salam: Mr Pax "shouldn't have supported" the war in the first place, added Mr Galloway.

But Mr Pax countered that would be tantamount to supporting the continuation of a regime like Saddam's.

Galloway: "We are not going to agree on this. You are a supporter of the war. You are a supporter of the occupation and I am an opponent. Your family joined the puppet government."

Hadn't heard anything about Salam Pax in a while. Here he's placed in the pro-war camp by George Galloway and called a collaborater, while the Guardian and BBC fawn over him as the authentic voice of the put-upon Iraqi masses who are the big losers in the war-all-about-the-oil.

Steve | 10:58 |
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