Following the London Bridge Massacre, British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her plan for defeating jihad: Governments must unite to block online extremism. While shutting down online terrorist recruiters would be a worthwhile task, we have good reason to question May’s agenda. Since she banned Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from the UK for their outspoken stance against Sharia, it’s clear that May regards critics of Sharia as extremists. May’s efforts to combat online extremism will therefore almost certainly include censoring criticism of Sharia, the Qur’an, Muhammad, etc. And this plays perfectly into the hands of jihadis, making Theresa May the latest “useful idiot” for Islam.
Of course, the alternative to May in the upcoming election (Jeremy Corbyn) is even worse, so if the people of Great Britain want a solution to their evolving terrorism crisis, they’ll have to look somewhere other than their next Prime Minister (whoever it turns out to be).
I discuss the plight of our British friends in this video:
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