Nearly a week after the terrorist massacre at the arena in Manchester, the most critical election campaign of the recent political history of Britain recommenced in full. And while in Taormina an enraged Theresa May mended the special relationship, after the Americans leaked to the press valuable information and sensitive images of the attack, Jeremy Corbyn has finally broken the Atlantic taboo that has always made the Labour Party an interventionist appendix of Washington, not much different from the conservatives.
In a speech delivered at 1 Great George Street in London — the same location where Ed Miliband gave his resignation speech after the defeat in 2015 — Corbyn sang it clear and loud to all the sycophants, inside and outside his party, who bombed the Middle East with peace and democracy, making it a powder keg of anti-Western resentment. First of all, the former supreme leader Blair, who had already apologized to the battered Iraqi people for his military filth.
The Labour candidate said: “Many experts, including professionals in our intelligence and security services, have pointed to the connections between wars our government has supported or fought in other countries and terrorism here at home. That assessment in no way reduces the guilt of those who attack our children. Those terrorists will forever be reviled and held to account for their actions. But an informed understanding of the causes of terrorism is an essential part of an effective response that will protect the security of our people that fights rather than fuels terrorism.”