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Monday, March 30, 2009

What goes around comes around - Galloway barred from Canada

Anti-Israel moonbat British MP George Galloway has been finally barred from Canada by a Canadian court this afternoon (Hat Tip: NY Nana).
In his decision today, Mr. Justice Luc Martineau of the Federal Court says there are “serious issues to be tried” if a judicial review of the government's position occurs.

But Judge Martineau adds he wasn't satisfied conditions were met to grant an emergency injunction to allow Mr. Galloway into Canada.

James Clark, an organizer for Mr. Galloway's speaking tour, says the British MP will not attempt to enter Canada as he has no intention of breaking the law.

In a letter to Mr. Galloway, the government says the MP delivered humanitarian goods to war-torn Gaza and gave $45,000 to Hamas, which is a banned terrorist organization in Canada.

On Sunday, one of the lawyers who made the injunction bid said Mr. Galloway gave money to the head of the government in Gaza, not to the head of Hamas, even though they are the same person.
What goes around comes around. Galloway was all in favor of barring Geert Wilders from Britain. Let's go to the videotape.

It couldn't happen to a nicer guy. Heh.


At 10:58 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Thanks for the hat tip, Carl.

Great video, BTW.I closed my eyes and listened. Can't stand looking at him.

I am so proud of Canada for barring him entry, and saddened, but not the least bit surprised that The U.S. did allow him entry. Under Hussein, it was to be expected.

I'm surprised that he didn't invite him to the White House while he is here making speeches.

At 11:14 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Canada did the right thing. No one has a right to enter into any country. It is worth noting for the record the same US government that admitted George Galloway banned Benjamin Netanyahu adviser Uzi Arad from entry here. No one comments on that kind of rank hypocrisy...

At 3:57 AM, Blogger Kae Gregory said...

Yeah - I applaud Canada's decision. But it certainly would be nice to see a pro-Jewish decision instead of just an anti-terrorist decision. (Just tired, I guess.)

At 5:31 AM, Blogger Ivan said...

The man is an ugly toad. His influence marginal at best. Perhaps a few hundred of the usual suspects would have turned out to watch him. There was no need to ban him; he would have provided good copy for the MEMRI people.

At 12:04 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Actually Ivan, he does have a lot of influence unfortunately. He reaches a lot of people through his radio show on Talk Sport, probably the most popular radio show we have here.


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