the company we keep
By now everyone knows that Galloway lived in Saddam's pocket.
Papers found in the Iraqi capital — but never expected to see the light of day — prove Galloway was an employee of Saddam’s sadistic state machine.
In return for a gigantic £375,000-a-year, stolen from the impoverished Iraqi people, this traitor toured the world’s media proclaiming the Butcher of Baghdad a kind and decent human being.
As an honoured guest, he visited Saddam last year in his bomb-proof shelter far below the surface of the Iraqi desert.
Along with offers of Quality Street chocolates, laid on to prove his love of all things British, Galloway swallowed Saddam’s claim to be the equal of wartime hero Winston Churchill.
Yet when British troops went into battle to remove this despot from power, Galloway despicably urged the Arab world to rise up and kill them.
Hey, did you know Galloway is married to Arafat's niece?