Great post on Aangirfan on the mysteries surrounding the apparent death of Jo Cox

Jo Cox’s husband is Brendan Cox (above), who once worked as an adviser to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

In 2015, Brendan Cox left Save The Children after various women’s complaints of ‘inappropriate behaviour’.

Save The Children executive quits after complaints of ‘inappropriate behaviour’.

Brendan Cox was chief strategist at Save The Children.


Above we see a FAKE shooting in Paris.

Jo Cox studied at the London School of Economics,[7] which has been a recruiting ground for spies.

She once worked for Oxfam, said to be a front for MI6.

Above we see Corrine Sawers, daughter of the former boss of MI6 Sir John Sawers, singing an anti-Brexit song.

MI6 wants Britain to remain in the EU.

Above we apparently see the arrest of Tommy Mair, the man suspected of killing Jo Cox.

Jo Cox was supposedly ‘an enemy of Israel’, although she supported Israeli policy on toppling Assad.

The main result of her ‘death’ is that the EU referendum campaigning has been suspended

On 16 June 2016, the British Labour lawmaker Jo Cox died after a shooting attack / Labour Friend of Palestine Jo Cox slain.

Jo CoxDid the alleged killer, Tommy Mair, shout “Britain First”?

Britain First is a right wing organisation run by Paul Golding.

Tommy Mair

Tommy Mair “was shouting Britain First when he was doing it,” said 38-year-old Graeme Howard.Clarke Rothwell, who runs a cafe near the murder scene, added: “He was shouting ‘put Britain first’. He shouted it about two or three times.”

The apparent arrest of Tommy Mair.

Jo Cox had been a high profile campaigner for the rights of Syrian refugees and was fighting to force the Government to take in more asylum seekers.”

Jo Cox dead: Labour MP fatally shot and stabbed outside constituency surgery in Birstall, West Yorkshire | Crime ….

Tweet by Charlie Skelton on 31 May 2016:

“I’ll not be surprised if there’s a big, noisy security/terror scare just pre-referendum…”

Jo Cox, née Leadbeater

Jewish community expresses shock and sadness at killing of Jo Cox


1. Anonymous 16 June 2016 at 16:31

Jo Cox opposing Israeli war crimes:

“The MP was [an] advocate for Palestinian rights and statehood … [She] advocated on behalf of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, as well. When a proposed BDS ban was brought to Parliament, Cox said, ‘I believe that this is a gross attack on democratic freedom …'”

“[Jo Cox], who has visited the West Bank and Gaza, said: ‘Like many I am deeply concerned about the large loss of life in Gaza, now into triple digits and rising by the day.'”

British MP and Advocate for Syria and Palestine Dies

2. brabantian 16 June 2016 at 16:38

MP Jo Cox murder

Witness on video denies having heard the words ‘Britain First’ (the name of a pro-Brexit organisation), which media said were spoken by Jo Cox’s killer

Ms Jo Cox had been asking uncomfortable questions about why the UK government is so indulgent of the alleged ‘Islamic State’

Tweet of Charlie Skelton on 31 May:

“I’ll not be surprised if there’s a big, noisy security/terror scare just pre-referendum that’s best dealt with by the UK being in the #EU.”

Witness denying he heard the words ‘Britain First’, on video (0m45sec) entitled

« ‘Britain First’ Myth of the Jo Cox False Flag »

Arrested suspect Tommy Mair “has a history of mental illness” … “He was not aggressive or anything. He wasn’t frightening” … But his brother Scott has been “in jail for half his life”

Mentally impaired people can be particular subjects for mind control

Tommy Mair: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Eyewitness tells reporters he didn’t hear anyone shout “Britain first”, saying: “Never heard that”:

3. Anonymous 
16 June 2016 at 13:03

Jo Cox murder suspect Thomas Mair is 52 years of age, reportedly.

Exchange on Sky News:

[begins at 3:24]

Interviewer Kay Burley: “I just wondered if you could maybe tell us anything more…about the person that looks to have carried out this, this attack”

Eyewitness: “The person, the person it looks like is – er – and he’s 60 perhaps, maybe 65, 70, something like that …”

4. Anonymous 16 June 2016 at 12:48

Eyewitness tells reporters he didn’t hear anyone shout “Britain first”, saying: “Never heard that”:

    Friday, 17 June 2016


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