George Galloway Booed and Jeered by Students for Appealing to Britain’s War of Aggression Against Hitler

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
September 12, 2014

The Big, Big Debate panel consisted of Patrick Harvie, Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson and George Galloway.

Last night George Galloway was on a panel, answering questions from students about the Scotland Independence Referendum.

I tuned in quite by accident near the end, to hear George trying to gain support for staying united, by citing Britain’s war of aggression against National Socialism and the German people.

Instead of getting the support he was obviously hoping for, the audience booed and jeered at him and at one point, it sounded like people were shouting ‘We fought on the wrong side!’

Huffington Post:

Galloway was booed and jeered on the programme as he cited Britain’s struggle against the Nazis to argue in favour of the United Kingdom.

“United, we stood alone against Hitler, fascism,” he told the audience of young people in Glasgow. “You can jeer but ask your grandparents how important it was that as a united people we stood alone otherwise we’d be having this conversation in German.”

This is highly encouraging to see young people rejecting the false world war two narrative, as this is always the last refuge of Jews and Marxists alike, who constantly appeal to it when all else has failed.

It starts around the 53.30 mark.