7 Times Jeremy Corbyn Proved He’s Dangerous

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The latest polls show there is a good chance of a hung parliament. The gap between Labour and Conservatives is shrinking, and that could mean a minority Labour government propped up by the SNP and Liberal Democrats.

It’s scary to think that Jeremy Corbyn could become our Prime Minister. He has proven time and again that he isn’t fit to lead, so we’ve compiled a list of the times Jeremy Corbyn proved he’s dangerous…

1. He said terrorists should ‘not necessarily’ serve their full prison term

After the tragic terrorist attack at London Bridge, Jeremy Corbyn has said terrorists should ‘not necessarily’ serve their full prison term. Instead, he wants to offer them ‘rehabilitation’ and release them early.

2. He’s ‘Not happy’ with shoot to kill

Jeremy Corbyn says he is ‘not happy’ with UK police or security services operating a “shoot-to-kill” policy. He added that such an approach could “often be counter-productive”.

3. He attended a ceremony for Palestinian terrorists

Jeremy Corbyn admitted last year that he attended a wreath ceremony for members of the terrorist group who carried out the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre.

4. He has close links with the IRA

Jeremy Corbyn’s close links to the IRA once led to MI5 having a file open on him. He attended and spoke at official republican commemorations to honour dead IRA terrorists, and sat on the editorial board of a magazine that praised the Brighton bombing.

5. He voted against airstrikes on Islamic State

Jeremy Corbyn voted against airstrikes on Islamic State. He had been appalled after his own shadow foreign secretary at the time, Hilary Benn, made a fiery speech in favour of the UK joining airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria.

6. He called a Muslim hate preacher an ‘honoured citizen’

Sheikh Raed Salah has called for a ‘global caliphate’ and said ‘Allah will grant us victory’. The cleric has also written an article blaming Israel for the 9/11 attacks. After the UK attempted to deport Salah, Jeremy Corbyn called him an ‘honored citizen’ and invited him to tea in Parliament.

7. He described Hamas and Hezbollah as his ‘friends.’

In a 2009 speech in London, Jeremy Corbyn famously described Hamas and Hezbollah as his ‘friends’.

Jeremy Corbyn is too dangerous to become Prime Minister

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