Nigel Farage’s attack on Jo Cox’s widower is a new low. Enough: Owen Jones.

No more pussyfooting around: Nigel Farage and his associates have poisoned our country’s political culture, and it’s time to push back. Their offensive – in every sense of the word – has been so swift, so devastating, that we risk normalising it.

Let’s take a moment to absorb their latest intervention. In June this year, Jo Cox, a Labour MP, was murdered by Thomas Mair, a fascist, white supremacist terrorist. As he stabbed and shot her, he yelled “Death to traitors, freedom for Britain!” This was a political act: the use of violence to achieve political ends. The individual who politicised Jo’s death was the terrorist who killed her.

If anybody has a right to speak out about the dangers of hatred and extremism in modern Britain, it is Jo’s bereaved husband, Brendan.  SEE MORE

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Comment by Daniel Buckley on December 29, 2016 at 21:12

 for the edification and education of those who are unaware of the real purpose of the Aleppo White Helmets.

http://21stcenturywire.com/2016/10/20/the-white-helmets-black-recor...

Comment by Daniel Buckley on December 29, 2016 at 17:50

 Nigel Farage had a point regarding Hope not Hate Organisation of which Jo Cox husband is a director.  Hope not Hate have been financing the pseudo emergency responders in East ALeppo known as the White Helmets, who are the propaganda arm of ISIS/Daesh.

The White Helmets top honcho is James Le Mesurier an ex British Army Oficer and mercenary. Of the $100 million donated to the White Helmets.$24 came from  the British Govt.

Murky waters in Syria, where regime change was instigated by the US ,NATO, Turkey,Israel and the Gulf States.

Isis/Daesh is the proxy army of this coalition, which were known as Mujahideen,Al Qaeda in Afghanistan, rebels in Libya and tranferred to continue their work as ISIS in Syria.All organised by the CIA.

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