Jeremy Corbyn, saboteur | Lead – The Economist

This is a brilliant, outstanding, must-read, lead article from the Economist. It concludes, whether born of apathy or ambition, Mr Corbyn’s behaviour in relation to the Brexit referendum does him no credit. The bottom line is that if Britain does vote to leave, it will need a strong opposition leader but sadly, it will not have one.

Source: Jeremy Corbyn, saboteur | The Economist

Traditional Labour Party supporters must be rallied and alarmed to the real risks of Brexit. Otherwise, when the dust settles after a pro-Brexit vote, it will not be the Conservative Party but the Labour Party that will be enfeebled.

Thoughts?

UN Security Council condemns Tel Aviv attack for the first time since current terror wave – Arab-Israeli Conflict – Jerusalem Post

The authoritative conservative Israeli paper, the Jerusalem Post reports that this was the Security Council’s first official condemnation of a terror attack carried out by Palestinians on Israelis since the beginning of the current wave of violence that begun this fall.

Source: UN Security Council condemns Tel Aviv attack for the first time since current terror wave – Arab-Israeli Conflict – Jerusalem Post

In recent years, the UN seem to have lost its way, with institutional bias against Israel from a pro-Islam lobby – this is part of the propaganda that is being espoused by the extreme left, including the  sponsors of Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK’s Labour Party.

For institutions like the UN to be effective, they must apply the same high standards to every country, irrespective of political lobbying. Most importantly all acts of terrorism must be denounced. It is time for the return of order and international law.

The Tel Aviv attack was weak, cowardly and completely unlawful. The perpetrators and their sponsors must be brought to account. The world’s sympathy should rightly be for the families of the victims.

Thoughts?