George Galloway says women's health has been 'airbrushed'
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Leader of the Workers Party of Britain, George Galloway, raged on his Mother of All Talkshows programme after recalling several stories from the past few weeks involving cancel culture. Mr Galloway was enraged after Oxfam withdrew its Wonder Woman bingo game, which included author J.K Rowling, due to complaints from transgender employees. The former Labour MP also took aim at Netflix employees protesting against comedian Dave Chappelle’s comments on the transgender community and health services degendering themselves in a scolding monologue against cancel culture.
Oxfam came under attack after it withdrew its Wonder Woman bingo game following complaints.
The game featured a collection of 48 women who have done influential things and have become icons for their work.
But following complaints from transgender employees, the game was withdrawn with Oxfam stating: “We took the decision to remove the game from sale following concerns raised by trans and non-binary colleagues who told us that it didn’t live up to our commitment to respect people of all genders.”
While the charity did not explain further, the game featured author J.K Rowling who has been attacked for her comments on the transgender community.
She joined other women such as Greta Thunberg, Rosa Parks and Marie Curie.
A furious Mr Galloway discussed the issue on his Mother of All Talkshows on Russia Today and stated he would be cancelling Oxfam because of the decision.
He urged his audience to follow suit and said: “I had long harboured doubts about supporting Oxfam because of a number of scandals they have been involved in over the years.
“But I was still supporting them, but no longer, I have had enough of cancel culture, haven’t you?”
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The Times Newspaper reported Oxfam aid workers had used prostitutes when helping at the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Mr Galloway also defended Dave Chappelle after Netflix employees have staged protests against his show on the platform.
He argued cancel culture is seeking to erode away women’s rights and identity and that women should be defended.
The show host then recalled how his daughter went to several health clinics which had chosen to remove any mention of women or anything gender-specific.
He cried out: “What madness is this? Well, it’s the madness that we are currently in.
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“Public bodies, up and down this country… begun a campaign for the cancellation of the word and the idea of the woman itself.
“My daughter, recently given birth, was at a chestfeeding class last week… not breastfeeding.
“Virtually every health board in the country, women’s health has been airbrushed off the map.
“You cannot find women’s clinics, women’s health departments, you cannot find any reference to pregnant women anymore, it’s pregnant people.”
As he wound down his monologue, Mr Galloway pointed out if cancel culture went unchallenged then there would be no one left to stick up for “you”.
Mr Galloway added if you did not support freedom of speech for your opponents then you did not support the notion at all.
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