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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.”

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