Maybe running around, smashing things and defacing monuments, including sacred ones, aren’t the effective persuasion tools that Islamists and leftists think they are?
In October, the leftists and Islamists were touting a YouGov poll in which 58% of Brits said that there definitely should be a ceasefire and 18% said that there probably should be.
Current numbers are less enthusiastic with only 33% urging a push for a ceasefire.
Now granted these are YouGov polls, which are not exactly the height of scientific polling, and they don’t ask quite the same questions, but there’s still a diminution in enthusiasm for saving Hamas that seems counterintuitive. Normally last month should have been the highest level of support for taking out Hamas with the numbers getting worse from there.
And it’s not as if there’s a groundswell of support for Israel, but there’s distinctly less enthusiasm for a ceasefire.
What could have brought that one?
Let’s see, maybe it was Islamists and leftists running wild while the Met Police let them get away with it and arrested anyone who stood up to them?
After weeks of screaming about a ceasefire while wrecking things, a ceasefire became actually less popular.