Britain faced a Hobson’s choice in this election: Theresa May, whose persecution of foes of jihad terror and appeasement and accommodation of jihad preachers has led directly to the recent jihad attacks in Britain, and Jeremy Corbyn, a hard-Leftist who promises to make May look like a staunch counter-jihadist.
And so while May’s stunning defeat can certainly be seen as a rebuke to her disastrous counterterror policies, no relief is in the offing. There is simply no person with a sane and sober understanding of the nature and magnitude of the jihad threat who could possibly become Britain’s next Prime Minister.
A win for Corbyn might be seen by Muslims as a sign that Britain has surrendered.
hat-tip Stephen Neil