Mitchverr wrote: Bullfrog wrote:
D-M wrote:So a pro-euro got killed by a right wing retard...
His neighbors said he wasn't politically affiliated, "I don't think he belong to any political party and I never heard him express any views about Europe or anything like that." A quote coming from said neighbor. As far as I'm aware, all we know about him was that he was some loner on meds.
There are unconfirmed reprots that Jo Cox intervened in fight the killer was having with someone else as well, that she wasn't targeted.
Its ironically enough the Pro euro crowd who tried to politicize her death before she was even dead. Jumping to twitter and their popular publications to make claims about him yelling "Britain first" which eye witnesses debunked.
And they wonder why they get called project fear......
Not to mention "put britain first" etc can easily, EASILY be in connection to other things than the EU, for example as i have posted here before, yorkshire has a significant number of rapes happening to young women by immigrants/sons of immigrants which were ignored or covered up, thats a big reason why you find alot of hate in Yorkshire. (literally thousands of rapes over the last decade and half with more coming to light every month of those sadly left to fend for themselves). Yet they jump instantly on it being in connection to BREXIT is shocking, as said, they are using her death as a lightning rod to try and influence people BEFORE we even know why he actually did it.
If he comes out and says it was because of that, then fair enough, but he might have done it for other reasons or as some are saying have been after somebody else. But screw him anyway, he is a murdering ........ with mental issues.
If the news actually reports what the police find post it up, but right now who knows, they will likely forget about it by then.
When the assailant is yelling Britain first it's relevant.
yorkshire has a significant number of rapes happening to young women by immigrants/sons of immigrants which were ignored or covered up, thats a big reason why you find alot of hate in Yorkshire
We can same the same about formerly beloved BBC broadcasters... And I can back that up with evidence that that story deviated from the norm a lot more easier than for this statement. Morever that story was a turning point in rape reporting in the UK based on the numbers and domestic violence.
Compare the Rotherdam case to this:https://www.nspcc.org.uk/services-and-r ... tatistics/http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablo ... tistics-uk
and check how it squares off with the norm.
Also please don't try to excuse the guy with the neo nazi tendencies with there being a lot of hate in Yorkshire. There's a lot of hatred inside a police station after a football match too. The first reports came with him yelling about Britain First.
Then your previous examples have been a nuanced to say the least article on how the Eurozone wasn't all that ( even though the UK isn't part of it ). An example on regulation based on a non existing law for bendiness with a tabloid style article talking about an urban myth . Additionally you citing Sweden's rape statistics after their change on the reporting principles which currently have no analog in Scandinavia even though the countries have similar demographics. And moreover Swedes have pointed out that the reporting system is indeed broken when it comes to aggregate statistics in another topic. You have talked about over regulation in the UK when the UK has factually the least regulated labor market in the developed world. You have talked about studies on Muslim tendencies towards homosexuals and sharia misquoting statistics and basing yourself on a disproven study from 10 years ago when there is a study from March April this year.
So that data you provided is as a whole not applicable.
Turkey got denied the EU travel deal on the grounds of ( surprise to no one ) human rights records and the signs of a lack of independant judiciary. And the UK housing market is showing signs of collapse.
So Nigel and Boris loaded a ton of false info to do what they thought would push their political careers forwards and coupled it with Cameron usually making people's skin crawl when on TV ( which again, sort of natural he has that gift )