The murder of far left British MP Jo Cox by a deranged assassin has sparked an international outcry, with campaigning in the Brexit referendum being suspended.
However, when nationalists have been murdered by leftists, the “democrats” have ignored such events and carried on as normal.
Cox, above, with some of her constituency members who were no doubt impressed with her dress sense.
Cox—a fanatic supporter of the nonwhite invasion of Europe who previously called for more “refugees” to be admitted to Britain—was stabbed and shot by 52-year-old Thomas Mair in a street in Yorkshire yesterday.
Mair’s half-brother, Duane St Louis, told the Daily Mail that Mair had obsessive compulsive disorder and cleaned himself with “Brillo pads because he was obsessed with his personal hygiene.”
St. Louis is also half black, with his father originating in Grenada, and said that Mair had “never expressed any views about Britain, or politics or racist tendencies. I’m mixed race and I’m his half-brother, we got on well.”
However, Mair—who had a long history of mental illness and who had just been released from a mental asylum—had previously purchased improvised munitions manuals and political literature from the National Alliance in America, and was a subscriber to an obscure pro-Apartheid journal called the S.A. Patriot, in South Africa.
For these reasons, the controlled media will almost certainly try to blame the entire nationalist movement for the Cox murder, and, by extrapolation, the “leave” campaign in the Brexit referendum as well.
The controlled media has also attempted to link Mair to the “Britain First” movement in the UK, by claiming that he shouted “Britain First” while attacking Cox.
However, as reported by CNN, eyewitness Clarke Rothwell told the Press Association the gunman yelled “put Britain first” during the shooting—and was obviously not referring to the organization.
The CNN report added that “Cox was in favor of keeping the UK in the European Union. She championed for the rights of immigrants, saying leaving the EU would not reduce the number of refugees coming to the UK.”
Campaigning in the EU referendum was suspended following the murder, with major “leave” campaigner Boris Johnson abandoning a “battle bus” tour of East Anglia, and David Cameron cancelling a pro-EU meeting in Gibraltar.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said the killing was “an assault on everyone who cares about and has faith in democracy.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called the incident tragic, while French President Francois Hollande sent “condolences and compassion” to Cox’s family and loved ones, and expressed his “full solidarity” with the British people.
This international outpouring of grief over the murder is in marked contrast to the complete lack of reaction to the November 2013 assassination of two members of Greece’s Golden Dawn party by communists.
In that incident, the two members, Giorgos Fountoulis and Manos Kapelonis were shot dead outside the party’s offices in Neo Irakleio, a northern suburb of Athens. A third one, Alexandros Gerontas, was severely injured.
An eyewitness to the murders described how a man got off a motorcycle wearing a helmet and opened fire on the two activists in the street. Police described the event as a “terrorist attack.”
Two weeks later, a group calling itself the “Fighting People’s Revolutionary” claimed responsibility for the attack.
No one in the international political community bothered to even respond to the 2013 murders—because the victims were nationalists.
This is the real lesson of the Cox murder: the shameless hypocrisy which only objects to political assassinations when the victims are far leftists.