Monday, 16 September 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Young Labour Rep Slams 'British Scum' & Is 'Going to Kill' Hilary Clinton.

Andy Burnham (centre) and Passarlay (right) last week

YOUNG LABOUR SOURCES are understood to be furious with the party's young representative Gulwali Passarlay after a number of threatening and sexist social network posts.

Passarlay fled to Britain from Afghanistan five years ago but sources inside Labour say he has strong links to senior Labour politicians including Andy Burnham and Ed Miliband. Mr Passarlay has featured in the Independent, on Channel 4 and also served on the National Scrutiny Council at the British Youth Council.

The comments in question are related to military intervention in Afghanistan as well as Britain's role in the Gaza/Israeli conflict.

Labour sources have sensationally revealed comments about the conflict between the Hamas and Israel in relation to rocket attacks that took place, Passarlay said - "It's a defeat for the American and British scum who lied that Hamas had started it and openly encouraged Israel to slaughter civilians".

Sources also say there is disquiet over views that the premise for the Afghanistan war was a "Lie". One Labour source alleges - "He is a '9/11 truther' who claims it is a conspiracy by the Americans to allow them to exploit oil. According to him, the 1000+ deaths, including 67 British people, were a controlled demolition." 


The source went on and told tbg - "The worst remark, however, was of how he hopes to kill Hilary Clinton [right]. He is also egged on by other friends to do so. Views like Mr Passarlay's cannot be tolerated."

It has been reported that Mr Passarlay plans to return to Afghanistan and run for the presidency after completing his studies.

5 comments:

Ron said...

Fled from a country under siege, only five years ago and already has the ear of Andy Burnham and Ed Miliband. He has also featured in the Independent, on Channel 4 and also served on the National Scrutiny Council at the British Youth Council.
What a diligent and focused young man he must be, far better as leader than the privileged, unctuous, wet rag of Milliband.
However, I must take issue over his reason for the invasion of his birth country. It was not primarily Afghan resources, but the building of the trans-Afghan gas and oil pipeline, which the Taliban wanted too big a cut of the profits from. It also gives the US government control of the poppy fields, which finance all the covert skullduggery their intelligence services would not stand a chance of official funding of, such as destabilising legitimate governments in favour of US puppets to further enhance their global interests. If I wasn't anti-war, I could certainly support him in priniple, if not action.
Just a pity his reasoning has been corrupted by ancient religious ideologies, which have no relevance in todays world.

Gpassarlay16 said...

Thank you very much indeed for your informative and reasonable comment dear Ron.
I appreciate your understanding of the situation in Afg and absolutely agree with your points
And I am grateful for your kindness and a balance thought. However, I am must
The person written the article is unappreciated
And unreal/untrue. I don't mind criticism but
To be honest this has upset me because there isn't much truth in it. Yet again I am
Against the invasion and occupation of my country by US/NATO and stand for Justice and peace. But I will not go after anyone to kill them. How stupid, taken out of context. Anyhow best wishes :)

Ron said...

It's a pleasure. I am sick of the one sided reporting, and US imperialism. I am sure the vast majority of Afghans don't want a war raging in their country. Those organising troops on both side are A) The ones who will profit from the war. B) Not the ones doing the fighting.
Whether a farmer in Afghanistan or a factory worker in middle America. They get up, work all day, come home exhausted having earned just enough to keep them that day, so they have to go back tomorrow. It will be just the same with the workers of Israel and Gaza.
The workers of the world have far more in common than we do with our duplicitous, mendacious and self-serving leaders. The workers of the whole world need to organise, a global three day strike, using no vehicle, buying no fuel, just spending three quality days reassociating with our families whom we mostly see when we are too tired to appreciate them.
With the age of the internetsuch action is possible, which is why governments are scrabbling to get control of the internet, it is the only media where they have to play second fiddle to the general population and they don't like the emasculating power it has given the people.
I no longer let the government choose my enemies for me, nor my friends.
Also I doubted the veracity of the original passage as TBG is the only reference I found and such an out burst would have made more ripples. Your refutation of the claims, is another example of the power of the internet. I doubt any newspaper or broadcaster would allow you space or time to put your side.

Ron said...

It's a pleasure. I am sick of the one sided reporting, and US imperialism. I am sure the vast majority of Afghans don't want a war raging in their country. Those organising troops on both side are A) The ones who will profit from the war. B) Not the ones doing the fighting.
Whether a farmer in Afghanistan or a factory worker in middle America. They get up, work all day, come home exhausted having earned just enough to keep them that day, so they have to go back tomorrow. It will be just the same with the workers of Israel and Gaza.
The workers of the world have far more in common than we do with our duplicitous, mendacious and self-serving leaders. The workers of the whole world need to organise, a global three day strike, using no vehicle, buying no fuel, just spending three quality days reassociating with our families whom we mostly see when we are too tired to appreciate them.
With the age of the internetsuch action is possible, which is why governments are scrabbling to get control of the internet, it is the only media where they have to play second fiddle to the general population and they don't like the emasculating power it has given the people.
I no longer let the government choose my enemies for me, nor my friends.
Also I doubted the veracity of the original passage as TBG is the only reference I found and such an out burst would have made more ripples. Your refutation of the claims, is another example of the power of the internet. I doubt any newspaper or broadcaster would allow you space or time to put your side.

Tezza said...

Wow great forum for debate here chaps. Yes US imperialism sickens me to, all that promotion of democracy, liberty and the rule of law. Sickening. It'd be so much better if the Taliban or the Brotherhood were in charge.

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