In the United Kingdom, there are heroes, too, as we saw in the aftermath of the disturbing, massive pro-Hamas march that took place in London Saturday, where antisemitic chants filled the air and self-loathing wokesters like "Queer Jews for Palestine" (yes, that's an actual group) went Full Metal Useful Idiots, much like their counterparts here in the United States.
Another thing that was in abundance at the London protest was a sea of Palestinian flags being waved, as we also saw in New York City. In some instances, anti-Israel radicals climbed monuments in London, raising the Palestinian flag and leaving it there for all the world to see.
But one man, British actor Laurence Fox, was having none of it.
In one video he shared on Twitter, Fox can be seen on top of the Boadicea and Her Daughters statue, which is located "at the western end of Westminster Bridge, a stone's throw from Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster."
In it, you can see him removing signage brought by the radicals, kicking it to the ground. But when he gets to the Palestinian flag, he unties it, balls it up, and tosses it off to the side while looking straight into the camera and saying "get your sh*t off my statue."