The British Election: Will Voters Opt for Intolerance and Xenophobia?

On June 8, British voters will head to the polls, three years early. When Prime Minister Theresa May called last month for a snap election, the assumption was that she would win easily and increase her parliamentary majority. Recent numbers, however, show the gap closing between May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Corbyn – who was given 200:1 odds of when he ran for the party leadership in 2015 – is doing surprisingly well again. This is despite the fact that Labour has been under fire for anti-Semitism in its ranks, and Corbyn himself has been accused of anti-Jewish bigotry. Corbyn denies having a problem with Jews, claiming that he is merely anti-Israel. Even if it were possible to hate Israel without being anti-Semitic – and I am not sure that it is – Corbyn’s words and deeds demonstrate that he often uses virulent anti-Zionism as a cover for his soft anti-Semitism.

Pay attention, this the Liberal Party of Canada’s future, it is the result of cultivating the Islamist vote.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Just in case anyone’s wondering. If Corbyn wins there will be pogroms. The question is only to what degree and how many Jews in Labour will support it.

    • Watchman

      Unfortunately the answer to ‘how many?’ is ‘Most’. At least until they suddenly realise the pogrom is against them and not just the ‘bad’ Zionists.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Don’t do it Britain. You’re asking for misery if you do. Ask an Albertan or an Ontarian.

    • Maggat

      And, coming now to a BC near you.

  • Alain

    If voters still retain a sense of self-preservation and want to preserve their country, then damn right they will vote again Islamic and globalist intolerance and for excluding those who refuse to assimilate while demanding that the British adapt to them.

    • canminuteman

      That anyone would even consider voting for him tells me that Britain is finished.

  • Linda1000

    Corbyn must be an old pal of George Galloway who was kicked out of Labour.

    • Alain

      They are interchangeable in my view, so might as well be Galloway heading the party.

  • canminuteman

    It’s his oikophilia that concerns me. He has said he will open the borders and dismantle what’s left of the armed forces. He is for the immediate suicide of Britain. If the people chose him as pm there is no hope left at all. They deserve everything they have coming. May is no great hell but Corbyn is as loonie and genocidal as they come.

  • Minicapt

    He’s improving in the polls > shenanigans …