British PM Boris Johnson wants to get the UK out of the EU, because it was the will of the British people, but his own Conservative Party has turned on him, believing the doom talk that a no-deal Brexit would destroy the UK’s economy. So, like Theresa May before him, Johnson threw down the “snap election” bid.
Now Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is closer than ever to the ultimate power throne of England (not the royal throne, which has no real power). And Corbyn is a rabid Jew-hater.
Tablet Magazine documented Corbyn’s shameful anti-Semitism back in 2016:
As was well-known before he ever won the Labour leadership last fall with nearly 60 percent of the vote, Corbyn has a long and disgraceful history of associating with, promoting and defending anti-Semites. There was the Holocaust denier Paul Eisen, to whose charity he had donated. There was his defense of the vicar, Stephen Sizer, who believes the Mossad perpetrated the 9/11 terrorist attacks. There was his invitation to, and later praise of, the Islamist Raed Salah, who has repeated the blood libel. Don’t forget Dyab Abou Jahjah, with whom Corbyn shared a platform, utterer of the claim that Europe made “the cult of the Holocaust and Jew-worshipping its alternative religion,” or Jawad Botmeh and Samar Alami, Palestinian terrorists who bombed the Israeli Embassy and the offices of a Jewish charity, for whose release Corbyn campaigned.
If the UK does not exit the EU, it’s likely that Boris Johnson will be forced from power, Labor will take the lead in a new government, with Corbyn at its head. The anti-Israel EU will act in lockstep to accelerate sanctions against Israel. And Corbyn, along with the Jew-haters on the Continent, will continue to give quarter to terrorists.
The UK must Brexit, to save its own heritage as the protectors of Israel and the agents of returning the Jews ancient homeland back to its rightful owners. The English people are not Jew-haters, but how they will be remembered by history depends on if PM Johnson is successful. I, for one, hope he is.