Michael Savage finally gets some equal time in not-so-jolly-old Britain. On Oct. 15, the talk-radio host will debate “the insanity of political correctness” with fancy argumentative types at the Cambridge Union, a debating society, appearing via an Internet video linkup.
He was banned from Britain by officials who declared he was a hatemonger, then placed on a list of “undesirables” that included terror ists and other criminals.
“This debate should awaken all free British citizens to the disastrous state the Gordon Brown government has created,” he says. “By speaking passionately about freedom of speech, I hope to appeal to the British people and the incoming conservative leadership to remove my name from their list of murderers and terrorists. And I hope to save England from a descent into mental slavery where petty bureaucrats dictate what can and cannot be discussed.”