By Jerry Alatalo
“I can say without the slightest hesitation, and yet in all humility, that those who say that religion has nothing to do with politics do not know what religion means.”
– MOHANDES GANDHI (1869-1948) Hindu national leader
he men and women of the United Kingdom have the truly historic opportunity on Thursday June 8 to elect Jeremy Corbyn as their new Prime Minister. Looking at recent world events and considering Mr. Corbyn’s long-established positions regarding war and peace, the people of the United Kingdom by electing him as Prime Minister can literally manifest peace on Earth.
Theresa May and Mr. Corbyn have shared their ideas and proposals with the people of the United Kingdom over the past weeks of campaigning, covering all aspects of government, so by now all serious voters in that nation will have made their decision.
On the issue of British foreign policy the current state of international relations requires a more in-depth and global perspective analyses by British voters because the stakes for humanity are higher than in a long, long time.
For some voters in the United Kingdom, of their major issues of concern war and peace is #1 of them all – perhaps their only issue of importance – so they’ve studied the foreign policy stances of Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn deeply.
For peace, vote for Jeremy Corbyn.