It has been more than 70 years since the sounds of Nazi bombs haunted the brave people of London. But the silence that followed this month’s attack on London Bridge was just as deafening.
It is critical now, just as it was then, to respond to the enemies of freedom, not just with bombs and bullets, but with a credo of civilized resolve and love for all humanity. The “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters plastered throughout London during the most trying depths of the assault on the British people can serve as our guide.
But now is the time to update that motto — and that resolve — for the digital age.