Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Note to State Department: Deny visa to Saddam agent George Galloway

George Galloway, a British Member of Parliament who reportedly was on the payroll of Saddam Hussein as an agent of influence, is expected to tour the United States in a propaganda campaign to undermine the war effort.

The State Department should deny him an entry visa as an enemy agent.

Galloway is considered the most radical MP in the United Kingdom. Married to the niece of Yasser Arafat, he has walked - some say crossed - the edge of collaborating with terrorists. He denies he was an agent of the Saddam Hussein regime.

Actress Jane Fonda was to have joined Galloway on an eight-city tour to slam the United States government and blame it for the Hurricane Katrina tragedy. Recent reports, coinciding with her first movie release in 15 years, say Fonda is to delay her participation in the bus tour until next year. However, she is still due to deliver "anti-war" speeches with Galloway in Madison, Wisconsin, and Chicago on September 18-19.


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