Milking the story of Jo Cox – and the curious case of the comments they won’t allow

So Jo Cox was an MP who was killed by a man when she intervened in an argument he was having with someone else. However, as you can see, he was clearly a ‘right-winger’ and this story is now being milked for all it’s worth…

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So the death of this woman (or ‘death’ – you’ll see why I say that in a moment) is now a pro-remain tool to discredit any opposition to the velvet glove of European power.

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If you disagree with her you have now allied yourself with a man who admitted he had mental health problems. If you disagree with her you are a narrow minded right-wing bigot. If you are for ‘Britain first’ you will be tarred with the same brush as those in the US who want to make America great again. Yes, basically nationalism must be crushed by making it so vile, so unacceptable, that society will shun you.

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Jo Cox’s husband is hereby elevated from the position of being merely a human being with an opinion to being ‘right’ (or rather ‘correct’: we can’t say right anymore, because that’s tantamount to Nazism šŸ˜‰ ). Of course Nigel Farage, and his poster, is clearly responsible for an argument which happened between a random man and someone else which Jo Cox intervened in and which got her killed. Or did it? Because I see no tears. None.

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Jo Cox’s Mum and Dad

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Dry eyed. Now of course they could be hopped up on tranquillisers from the Doc, for all I know, but they don’t look anywhere near as grief stricken as I would expect – in fact they look like so many other people you see after a false flag.

I’m not saying that this is a false flag – but it’s being used as effectively as if it were. Thus either way, it is being used to skew the vote coming up this Thursday, and indeed I get the impression that this is rather timely as they were planning to rig the vote anyway. I mean how embarrassing if all the polls said one thing and then the vote came out differently. That would be awfully like the rigged vote of the general election of 1992, when all the polls said Labour would win, and then somehow they didn’t. How interesting….

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So I made a few comments to that effect – that as they were perhaps planning to rig the vote anyway, that it is rather useful to make political capital out of a tragedy. Needless to say, they didn’t get published because, you know, censorship šŸ˜‰

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Don’t mention the TTIP!

So here we have a ‘tragedy’ turned into political capital by the same corrupt Oligarchs which drove us into the EU all those years ago. We weren’t told the truth then, and we aren’t being told (much of) the truth now.

We must vote out.

God Bless you

Lis

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