Continuing to travel the globe in the interests of his constituents in Bethnal Green and Bow, George Galloway visited Lebanon to urge Arabs to unite and reject “foreign tutelage.”
He spoke at a rally in Tripoli to commemorate the 53rd anniversary of Egypt’s July revolution, the Lebanon Daily Star reports.
“The region is facing a new Sykes-Picot agreement and division … that would increase the number of puppets and leaders who follow foreign tutelage,” said Galloway.
Galloway accused U.S. President George W. Bush of having no ties with any religion or culture, and being devoid of human values. He urged Bush to pull his troops out of Iraq and to stop supporting Israel’s racist policy.
“If this is achieved, our people will be safe from bombings and terrorist acts,” Galloway said
He concluded by saying that the Arabs could “become the most powerful force in the world if they unite.”
Wait a minute, George. Isn’t this a form of, y’know, “foreign tutelage”?
I can’t wait for his next financial report to find out who paid his travel expenses this time.