Articles by Jeremy Havardi

Jeremy Havardi is a journalist and the author of two books, Falling to Pieces, and The Greatest Briton.

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    The unending anti-democratic frenzy against Brexit

    The ignorant identity politics of the Greens is symptomatic of a wider malaise that will not go away. Elite members of society, self-appointed or otherwise, are motivated by a strong neo-authoritarian impulse to overturn the Brexit referendum. They must not succeed

    by Jeremy Havardi - 19 August 2019
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    Manchester is another wake up call against a known evil

    As Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn seeks to blame UK foreign policy for the Manchester attack, serious and decent people know this is a global and civilisational struggle against Islamist barbarism that we still have not fully grasped

    by Jeremy Havardi - 26 May 2017
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    Remain's hatred and vitriol following Brexit vote

    Britain is fast becoming a frightening place, as the vicious prejudices of a hate-filled and anti-democratic EU Remain camp gush forth

    by Jeremy Havardi - 28 June 2016
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    Political abuse of Jo Cox murder is a threat to democracy

    The repeated attempts to draw political capital from Jo Cox's murder by the Remain campaign are inexcusable. This has taken Project Fear to a new low

    by Jeremy Havardi - 22 June 2016
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    No wonder they call it ‘Belgistan’

    Per capita Belgium has seen more Muslims travel to join Islamic State than any other European nation. Its security services are dysfunctional, and Belgium is now a byword for the failed multiculturalist strategies that feed the jihad in Europe

    by Jeremy Havardi - 25 March 2016
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    The Muslim Council of Britain and terrorism

    The Muslim Council of Britain's forceful condemnation of the Paris terror attacks is welcome. But anyone can condemn slaughter, and doing so does not make you "moderate". What is needed is a radical change in key Muslim narratives

    by Jeremy Havardi - 20 November 2015
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    Getting real about Islamism means getting like Israel

    Jihadis do not mysteriously emerge from a culture free zone, only 'accidentally' parroting their religious credentials. They promote a violent, fascistic ideology which draws its energy from a reading of the verses and concepts of Islamic texts

    by Jeremy Havardi - 16 November 2015
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    Palestinian terror. A new chapter, or same old story?

    Mahmoud Abbas is a man who speaks out of both sides of his mouth when it comes to terrorism. His venomous and hate filled tirades against Israel have encouraged Palestinians to become ‘martyrs’ in the cause of holy war. Meanwhile, the West refuses to face reality

    by Jeremy Havardi - 13 October 2015
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    The Iran deal: It's Munich all over again

    In Western diplomacy’s darkest chapter since the Munich agreement, the Iran deal legitimises Iran as a nuclear threshold state and strengthens a regime committed to murdering, terrorising and Islamising its opponents. Hard to see how this deal could be any more foolish or reckless

    by Jeremy Havardi - 16 July 2015
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    The terrible price of appeasing Iran

    As a consequence of the deal on its nuclear programme, Iran has effectively received international legitimacy as a nuclear threshold state. It remains the world's leading state sponsor of terror, and it will now feel more emboldened than ever. In other words, they've played us like a violin

    by Jeremy Havardi -  4 April 2015
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    The two-state delusion

    The liberal-Left in Britain, and elsewhere, is engaged in willful blindness about Israel's ability to forge a two-state solution. The reality is that it isn't in Israel's gift to bring one about because the Palestinians always reject it. It's time the West woke up

    by Jeremy Havardi - 25 March 2015
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    Winston Churchill. Will we ever see his like again?

    Shamefully, for some ideologues Churchill remains veiled in a fog of negative myth making, often derided as a warmonger, a racist, an unrepentant imperialist and an intransigent enemy of the working class. Such smears say more about the people making them than Churchill

    by Jeremy Havardi - 25 January 2015
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    Pope's tragically mistaken intervention on the jihad

    Pope Francis has captured the hearts of many around the world. But to capture our minds he will have to do better than his de facto apologia for Islamist violence. He has made a tragic error of judgement

    by Jeremy Havardi - 20 January 2015
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    The shameful myth of Charlie Hebdo solidarity

    Our self-censoring politically correct media and politicians believe 'terrorists' emerge from a culture free swamp and only coincidentally imbibe the concepts of their Islamic faith. The shameful truth is that, with very few exceptions, there hasn't been any genuine Charlie Hebdo solidarity. Quite the reverse

    by Jeremy Havardi -  9 January 2015
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    Western denial on roots of Palestinian slaughter

    Much of Britain's media and political class reverted to shabby, old form after the latest Palestinian terror attack. It was similar in Europe and America. But Israelis are being killed just because they are Jews. It is staggering that the post-Holocaust West doesn't get it

    by Jeremy Havardi - 19 November 2014