Ed Driscoll

Behold the Face of Cowardice

Meet Theresa May, “The Face of Cowardice,” as dubbed by Stacy McCain:

Meet the hideous creature who banned Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from England: British Home Secretary Theresa May, a disgrace to her office, to her nation and to every British citizen who ever lived. On June 25, this deplorable stain on the reputation of a once honorable people “personally directed that [Geller] should be excluded from the United Kingdom” because it is believed that Geller would “foment or justify terrorist violence . . . provoke others to terrorist acts . . . foster hatred,” etc. Robert Spencer writes of the ban:

We had planned to lay a wreath at a memorial to British soldier Lee Rigby, who was beheaded by Islamic jihadists on a Woolwich street on May 22. But it is not conducive to the public good in Britain to oppose jihad violence and Islamic supremacism.

As Stacy writes, “1940: RAF battles Luftwaffe to save England from totalitarian evil. 2013: England surrenders to totalitarian evil.”

To be fair, England was succumbing to the corrosive effects of far left socialism even as it was thoroughly defeating far left socialism on the battlefield.