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Galloway on Arab TV

Let's make no mistake about it. George Galloway is not anti-war -- he's merely on the other side. You think I'm joking? I'm not. Check out a montage of some of his appearances on Arab television, or read the transcript here.

It's a long clip, nearly eight minutes, but I encourage you to watch it in its entirety. After all, you wouldn't want to miss Galloway's metaphor of Baghdad and Jerusalem as "two beautiful Arab daughters" being "raped" by infidel invaders. You wouldn't want to miss his sardonic, anti-Semitic mocking of Ariel Sharon's Israeli accent. You wouldn't want to miss his hagiographer's glorification of the Iraqi insurgents in their noble struggle against the "real terrorists," Bush, Blair and Berlusconi.

Many Western leftists, including here in America, fawned over Galloway in recent months because of his harsh skewering of the Bush administration. But the enemy of your enemy is not necessarily your friend, and I'd be surprised if even the looniest American moonbat can watch this entire clip without concluding that George Galloway is nothing more than foul, repellent human offal.


They ought to kick that guy's ass right out of Great Britain. What a despicable worm.

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