MP death

Just a post in which to drop info on the horrific murder of a British MP.  Details are still coming in, so I don’t know where this will go.

I’m very sorry that she was murdered.  This is likely to have implications for the Referendum and so the entire future of my country and the catastrophic EU.

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45 comments on “MP death
  1. Spawny Get says:

    No campaigning for the rest of the day

    A British member of parliament has been airlifted to hospital after having been “stabbed and shot” in an attack in her constituency in Yorkshire.
    Helen ‘Jo’ Cox is understood to be in “incredibly serious”, “critical condition” after she was attacked outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds.

    One young guy interviewed on TV said there were three shots into her and then a knife.

    Sounds like she stepped into an argument between two blokes. A 52y.o. white guy* has been arrested. In an area with lots of immigration*

    *so far. Awaiting police announcement.


  2. Spawny Get says:

    Jo Cox, grassy knoll?

    A local teenager has told the Mirror how she witnessed a man “looking very suspicious” from her bedroom window around 30 minutes after she heard about the shooting this afternoon.

    The 16-year-old said: “My friend was supposed to come over but then she told me she couldn’t because there’s been a shooting.

    “I could hear the helicopter circling overhead.

    “About 30 minutes later I was looking out of my bedroom window and I saw a man looking very suspicious.

    “He was lying down on the floor between two graves.

    “He was wearing a black hoodie and he had binoculars.

    “He was only about 50metres away and then he saw me and ran off.

    “He fled when he realised I had seen him.

    “I called police and told them what I saw. It was frightening – Birstall is normally such a quiet town.”


  3. Spawny Get says:
    Replying to a question over ‘who benefits’ from the assasination. Clearly a seperate question to who did it.

    it naturally benefits Remainia. Panic the dumb flockers into voting for the familiar.

    For BREXIT to counter we’d need proof that the guy had been pushed over the edge by…losing his house/benefits to make room for immigrants, for example. You’ll not get proof of that in time, maybe never. People in Germany have been kicked out of social housing so that immigrants have a home…it does happen, this isn’t a crazy scenario.

    Parliament is being recalled. Maybe they’ll try and cancel the vote???

    They’re tut tutting the climate of dislike of politicians. Wonder why that came about?
    Expense fiddling by MPs.
    Endless lies by politicians.
    Politicians not listening to the normal people.

    BREXIT have been the side keeping it clean and reasonable. Remain are fear mongering lying cunts. That’s part of why BREXIT has been winning the tv debates.

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  4. Spawny Get says:

    Some blowback being experienced.

    HOWEVER, while this asian shopkeeper guy was the initial source in the media for the ‘Britain First’ rumour, later that night we had a white local guy interviewed on national news saying that he had heard Britain First said by the nutter as he was being arrested (i.e. not at the scene).

    Britain First deny any connection to the atrocity.

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  5. Spawny Get says:

    It seems that the nutter has a mixed race half brother with whom he got along fine. Clearly this is a problem for the racist narrative.

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  6. Sumo says:

    a mixed race half brother with whom he got along fine

    Why would anyone want to associate with one of those filthy degenerates?


  7. Spawny Get says:

    Really? I’m trying to keep the tone neutral here and you start with the jokes?

    The nutter used brillo pads to OCD clean his face and hands. His half-brother was a voice of reason in his interview.

    Man, this subject is fucking serious in my country right now. This event could change the entire future of my country because one nutter killed a true believer in immigration. And we don’t even know if those were the facts that triggered this.


  8. Spawny Get says:

    Admittedly the fact that you’re mixed race yourself does help…so there’s that


  9. Spawny Get says:

    The reason for the anonymous post title is to not raise the profile of the blog. This post is just somewhere to gather the discussion for the people that might be interested, who are already are on the blog.


  10. Sumo says:

    Really? I’m trying to keep the tone neutral here and you start with the jokes?

    The majority of my adult life spent in law enforcement has left me with a dark, twisted sense of humour. That’s not an excuse, just an answer.

    Regardless, you are not incorrect in calling me on my bullshit. I offer apologies.

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  11. Spawny Get says:

    No apologies required…normally that is exactly my sense of humour. We’re both fucked in that regards. And Cill.

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    Remainiacs announce that campaigning will re-commence tomorrow (Saturday for the upside-downians). So they’re not going to try and cancel the vote. But they have already had their true believers use the murder for their filthy purposes.

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    Overly optimistic?

    Pete Tong • 6 hours ago
    When the referendum campaigns get back on track several things will have changed.

    Any last minute scare campaign by Remain has probably been derailed before launch. The BoE ‘be afraid’ speech had to be cancelled yesterday – giving Carney few opportunities to introduce it again before next Thursday.
    The requirement will be for a serious tone of debate and that will favour people like Hannan and Gove and will make it difficult for Remain to go for the man and not the argument. Personal attacks may therefore be off limits for the rest of the campaign until next Thursday.

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    Enquiring minds etc

    Phil the test manager Schrödinger’s cat • an hour ago
    I want hear more about this one Please: “Our wives and girlfriends will have bigger breasts when we Leave the EU – tick”. Specifically, is it both the wife and the girlfriend, or just one of them?


  15. Spawny Get says:

    Going Postal • 4 hours ago

    Interesting comment on the LBC page:

    I watched and listened to this whole event unfold on both the BBC News (radio and television) and Sky News. On numerous occasions eyewitnesses were interviewed. Not a single one of these (approximately 10 in total), mentioned anything about ‘Britain First’, or “Put Britain first”. In fact later in the day when one gentleman was interviewed on camera and asked about this he categorically denied it. As soon as the “Britain First” story broke I searched everywhere for the source and it came from a Remainer MP Maria Eagle who has since removed said tweet. Only then did the BBC run with it by mentioning the comment in passing and with caution. Later, on the BBC 10pm news, the now infamous Mr. Clarke Rothwell appeared, giving his “only TV interview” to the BBC, declaring that he heard the phrase (I have since found that the Daily Mail online had quoted him earlier in the day). However even he wasn’t sure exactly what he heard. Only one witness with a dubious memory heard anything, and we have now had multiple sources deny that this phrase was ever used. The BBC have to retract all statements to the contrary because they are milking this awful event for their own ideological reasons, and we know that these are obviously connected to the the referendum itself.

    Poisonous bitch.

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  16. Cill says:

    Support for Leave in the polls is not wide enough to give brexiters much confidence. There are too many imponderables. Which is likely to be more accurate, the “phone” polls or the “online” polls? The 11% undecided will be the deciders if something shocks them into voting one way. Given all the excellent info put out there by the Leave campaign, 11% does seem an awfully high figure at this stage.

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  17. There are parallels w what’s going on here as well, you all seem to be about a year ahead in the “enough of this bs already!” cycle.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    Right now it feels like we’re deciding between getting off the Titanic into a shonky looking lifeboat or sticking around to hear the band playing and going down with the shit.

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  19. Yoda says:

    Our wives and girlfriends will have bigger breasts when we Leave the EU

    Milk that for all they can they should

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  20. Cill says:

    Yoda at 4:59 pm.
    It’s 4 a.m. here, and you’ve got me starting off the new day with a laugh.

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  21. Yoda says:

    “If show the balls to leave you do,
    your male member grow bigger it will”

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  22. Spawny Get says:

    Now I have to apologise to Sumo for complaining about using humour on this thread.

    Carry on…too late now

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    I also have to retract the information that the nutter did say ‘Britain First’. Why?

    The ‘Britain First’ witness was/is a BNP member .. who don’t get on with BF

    BNP = British National Party

    So the rivalry between it and Britain First certainly makes sense.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    The facts – not scares – are these: the western EU economies are crumbling under the weight of cheap east-European labour and imports; both Greece and Turkey are of huge strategic importance to NATO’s objective of regularising access to oil; Mogherini is a key point-man between NATO, Brussels and the illegally-formed eurogroupe; Erdogan’s behaviour is tolerated by NATO and puts intolerable pressure on German Chancellor Merkel; Wolfgang Schäuble is determined to bring the eurozone under a German-dominated Fiskalunion, and bring France’s serial deficits under austerity control; that ambition and Francois Hollande’s captive position as a French President in a poor fiscal position is already creating a huge labour backlash in that country; without the UK’s export market, the German top-end car sector will fall into deep recession; Italy is almost beyond help in terms of its banking corruption and economic stasis; Spain is politically paralysed; and the entire American geopolitical strategy – one that is centred around a federal Europe as the bulwark against perceived Russian aggression – is consequently under serious threat.

    Now it’s not as if I’m writing all this with the benefit of 20:20 hindsight. I have posted three times since January about both New York and Brussels sources making heavy allusions about the US and the EC doing anything and everything it takes to ensure that Britain stays in the European Union. I am far, far from being alone in receiving this feedback. Indeed, in the last fortnight, several mainstream media and internet spheres have revealed without collusion that, if a referendum vote to Brexit is close, Commons MPs may well use their constitutional Sovereignty to overrule the result…given there is a 4:1 majority in that chamber, this would not be difficult.

    In the last month I have spoken with seven separate sources within VoteLeave, LeaveOfficial, UKip, Old Labour, Leave canvassers and the French Opposition who all fear manipulation of the UK referendum result. We have already witnessed voting cards going to non-UK citizens, and ‘glitches’ at the registration website: they may be unhappy coincidences, they may not. Some of the judgements about that may well depend on the outcome of police enquiries into 2015 General Election malpractice at Thanet (where Farage lost again) – there is alleged to be enough evidence to occasion a null and void declaration, and thus a by-election.

    None of this is hysterical fantasy. It would, for instance, be very difficult for those same Labour Remaindeers who scream “Guilty!” at Camerlot in relation to General Election fraud to now turn round and yell “Not Guilty!” in the light of fears about the Black Knights’ behaviour in a referendum….upon which (in NATO’s eyes) the security of the West depends.

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  25. Cill says:

    Strewth. A momentous decision for the people (Brexit), insane homicide, Wikileaks, hints of Machiavellian enmity between sinister groups…

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  26. Cill says:

    Shortly before she died Helen ‘Jo’ Cox tried to break up an altercation between two men. Who were they, and what was the altercation about? As the news unfolds, I’ll be keen to know the answers to those questions.


  27. Sumo says:

    Now I have to apologise to Sumo for complaining about using humour on this thread.

    Nah. If anything, this is just more proof that I messed the whole thing up. Folks following in my footsteps and all that noise. 😉

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  28. Cill says:

    “Overly optimistic?” (1:26 pm)
    I think so.

    “The BBC have to retract all statements to the contrary because they are milking this awful event for their own ideological reasons” (1:51 pm).
    Even if they did retract, the damage has already been done, and they know it. But they won’t retract. Their arrogance has no limits and they are compromised up to their eyeballs.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    Fenbeagle Utterances
    6 hours ago

    Poster ‘Acehole_Rimmer’ on reddit…
    Local here, street away from the murderer and down the road from the amazing Jo Coxs surgery.
    Sadden and shocked. I know it’s trotted out on every one of these horrific incidents but the man was genuinely a loner who was batshit mad.
    He used to go to a mental health course thing that really helped him a year or so ago, after the elections it got discontinued and he sort of blamed her for it. Felt she was giving too much to Europe & everywhere.

    The ultimate irony here is i’m muslim. If he had right wing motives i’ll be the first to stand up and call this a terrorist attack and a hate crime.
    He was genuinely just a local weirdo, we all have them in our neighbourhoods and estates across the UK. He was no different from anyone other oddball in any other neighbourhood I have lived in. Just another local man who plods past your window once in a while with a rucksack and a glum disposition

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    I said yesterday (copied at 10:50 above)

    For BREXIT to counter we’d need proof that the guy had been pushed over the edge by…losing his house/benefits to make room for immigrants, for example. You’ll not get proof of that in time, maybe never. People in Germany have been kicked out of social housing so that immigrants have a home…it does happen, this isn’t a crazy scenario.

    Now acehole says above that the nutter felt that way (doesn’t matter if it’s true, the nutter felt it was…allegedly)

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  31. Cill says:

    Yes. None of this implies a link between Brexit and a lone nutter. Even if he thinks he is Farage himself, it doesn’t follow that Farage put that illusion in his head.

    Regarding the dishonesty of the predominately left-wing media in associating the murder suspect ultimately with Brexit, “ANATOMY OF A MURDER” (linked by Spawny at 7:19 pm) makes a damning read.

    If the Brits were clever enough to see through the scare tactics of the Remainers, they might also see through the duplicity of the media on this one.

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  32. Yoda says:

    EU doomed in the long run it is.
    Better t leave now it would be

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  33. Yoda says:

    A new post there is

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  34. Spawny Get says:

    Awaiting developments. Things restart tomorrow

    The attempt to smear brexit for the nutter is an obvious one to try if you’re an unethical slimeball, but it is a decidedly two edged weapon.


    We shall have to wait and see

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    At a glance, even someone of ordinary intelligence has to see this as a tragedy that is unrelated to to Brexit.

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  36. Spawny Get says:

    Didn’t fake this one

    The man charged with the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox has appeared in court and been remanded in custody.
    Thomas Mair gave his name as “Death to traitors, freedom for Britain” when he appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.
    Mrs Cox, 41, was shot and stabbed in Birstall, West Yorkshire, on Thursday.
    Mr Mair, 52, is also charged with GBH, possession of a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence and possession of an offensive weapon.


  37. BuenaVista says:

    I listen to the BBC world service several nights a week, from a station I can pull in from South Dakota.

    What I find interesting is the predictive value of the accents. Oxbridge? Remain. Shopkeeper? Brexit.

    Thatcher, of course, was the daughter of a shopkeeper.


  38. Spawny Get says:

    Hi BV.
    In general, you are right. The elites get cheap labour, the proles get to be cheap labour, if they’re lucky.

    Gove and Rees-Mogg are two Tories that break the mould though. Gove has really been delivering. He has intelligence and integrity, even though he lacks the common touch. You’ll find him on YouTube.

    Boris BoJo Johnson is nob who seems to be BREXIT, but took a very long time to declare his views. Also this tonight

    I don’t like him, don’t trust him. He’s useful now, but he’s angling for the top job, Prime Minister.


  39. Spawny Get says:

    David Davis is the guy who lost to Cameron in the election for Tory leadership years ago. That was a massive error, he was extremely different to Dave. A non-nob.


  40. Cill says:

    Davis and Gove are more impressive than Boris Johnson, who would be a disaster as PM. Davis certainly speaks well, but he might be just another glib politician. Gove looks like the genuine article at this stage.

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