“Anyone wondering about the priorities of Mrs Theresa May should follow her actions from the moment she learned she was to become Britain’s next Prime Minister… Her first act was to sign a pledge committing her to remember the Holocaust and “stand up to hatred and intolerance”. And her second was to spend the evening before her confirmation by the Queen at a private dinner at the home of Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis (1)… Whatever else awaits the British people, they can be under no doubt that their new leader is once again a true Friend of Israel.” (2) – emphasis added, JG.
The above introduction to the Occidental Observer’s article “Theresa May – Friend of Israel and the Organized Jewish Community” pretty-much says it all. As for her past, the article’s reference to her praising the Jewish terrorists of the Irgun and Stern gangs – totally ignoring the estimated 784 British servicemen, police and crown officers killed by Jewish terrorists between 1939 and 1948, and the 91 people killed in the blowing up of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem – are devastating indictments of her judgement and her identification with her own people.
We are also told that “…Mrs May said she was proud of changing the British law to make it impossible to prosecute Israeli war criminals in the UK under Universal Jurisdiction, so that alleged killers such as Tzipi Livni and Israeli officers involved in crimes against Palestinian civilians can roam free in Britain.”
There are plenty more reasons to be concerned about Theresa May’s elevation to the Prime Ministership contained in Francis Carr Begbie’s excellent analysis.
As for her relationship with Britain’s Jews, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is quoted by Britain’s “Jewish News” as saying that “I recall the speed and the sensitivity with which she reached out to the Jewish community following the terror attacks on Jewish targets in Europe last year. As she made clear then, ‘Without its Jews, Britain would not be Britain’.” (1).
Whatever future Britain faces will likely be whatever Jewish interests perceive is best for them – not for the British.
And as I suggested in a recent post, “My advice is to watch for Theresa May – who will be the next Prime Minister and who supported the ‘Remain’ side – to start delaying and stalling tactics when it comes to carrying out the referendum; her only opponent for PM was Andrea Leadsom, one of the four “Leave” supporters who mysteriously came to grief…”
(1) – See “Theresa May dined with Chief Rabbi on night before becoming PM” here.
(2) – See “Theresa May – Friend of Israel and the Organized Jewish Community” here.
See also “Theresa May, Jews and Israel – 6 connections” (Times of Israel) here.
And, “Hungary to hold referendum as Britain takes back its island” may be of interest here, regarding the sudden fall from grace of all four of the major “Brexit” leaders, including May’s only real challenge for the prime ministership, Andrea Leadsom – thus cementing her elevation to 10 Downing Street.