George Galloway began his talkRADIO show with a special message to Tony Blair, demanding he appear on our station to explain his plans for a new political party.
George was speaking after news that talks to create a new anti-Brexit party, called the Democratic Party, are well advanced, with Blair at the centre of the discussions.
Our presenter, a staunch opponent of Blair, suggested the party's name is an oxymoron as it manifestly wishes to subert the democratic will of the British people by keeping us in the European Union.
He added: "This is a special message to Tony Blair. Tony: come and have a go if you think you're hard enough.
"If you've got the guts, Tony, come on and defend what it is that you're doing."
George also said he hopes Donald Trump is taken away in a straitjacket in order to save the world and he claims it could be better not to have democracy in America.
Donald Trump has said the US is "locked and loaded" after North Korea threatened to attack the US territory of Guam with missile tests as tensions between the countries grow.
Gallowaysaid: "Have you ever imagined that in an international crisis, a matter of life or death potentially for millions, that all the talking would be done on Twitter?
"Can you imagine the sheer insanity of a United States President threatening that he’s 'locked and loaded' and ready to rain down rockets on a regime as unusual as the regime in North Korea?"
Our host warned that if Trump attacks North Korea with nuclear weapons the wind will blow radioactive material to China and Russia meaning he will have "willfully disregarded the safety of millions, tens of millions, maybe hundreds of millions of their citizens" so they will have to respond.
Galloway hopes "that men in white coats flapping take him away in a straitjacket and put him in a padded cell, because frankly the peace of the world, the future of the earth, the entire destiny of humanity cannot be left in the hands of this unhinged tweeter.
"I just think that democracy in America, if that’s what it produces... it would be better, I promise you not, to have it at all."
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