*ALEXIS TSIPRAS EXPLOITS MURDER OF LABOUR MP JO COX TO TAR OPPOSITION AFTER BIGGEST PROTESTS IN ATHENS IN A YEAR CALL FOR HIS RESIGNATION
The murder of Labour MP Jo Cox is a shocking act. Almost as shocking is the way people ranging from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to Labour MP Maria Eagle have sought to exploit her murder to discredit opposition to their policies, specifically the Brexit campaign.
Tsipras seized on the murder of Jo Cox to attack growing opposition to his corrupt government when he addressed an audience at the Acropolis Museum last night in a revolting attempt to wring political capital out of an unspeakable tragedy.
Labour MP Maria Eagle also appeared to jump on the bandwagon by claiming an eye witness had heard the attacker shouted “Britain First” , something denied by other witnesses.
Eagle has since deleted her tweet. Yet her apparently baseless claim has been seized on by the mainstream media and politicians like Tsipras to tar countless law abiding, peaceful citizens exercising their democratic rights with the taint of violence.
The shooting of Jo Cox follows a disturbing pattern, as is being noted in Sweden and Germany.
“The murder of the British Labour MP Jo Cox has staggering similarities to the murder of the Swedish foreign minister Anna Lindh 10th September 2003,” reports Swedish alternative media.
“14th September 2003 the EURO-referendum was scheduled. The polls showed a majority for the NO-side, who wanted that Sweden does not join the Euro. Anna Lindh, social democrat as Jo Cox, was campaigning for the YES-side, she loved the Euro idea.
Because of the brutal murder of Anna Lindh, she was stabbed to death in central Stockholm in a shopping mall, all campaign activities were cancelled until the election. Those who organized the murder had hoped that the YES-side would gain sympathy, so that Sweden would join the Euro. Anna Lindh was very popular.
But the opposite was the case. Unusually many Swedes participated in the election and an overwhelming majority voted against the Euro, which was very positive for Sweden.”
The murde rof Jo Cox also bears an eery resemblance to the attack on Henrietta Reker when she was campaigning on an open borders platform for mayor of Cologne at a time when German public opinion was moving against Angela Merkel’s unilateral decision to allow millions of illegal migrants into the country.
A “loner” from the “rightwing” scene attacked Reker in a Cologne street with a knife when she was on the campaign trail. The story generated a wave of media propaganda against anyone who favoured closing Germany’s borders.
It later emerged that the attacker worked as an informant for the German secret services.
His file at the local job centre was classified as a secret. The government refused to answer parliamentary questions on his links to the secret services.
It can’t be ruled out that the attack on Reker was a staged event designed to justify a mass propaganda promoting open borders.
Reker recovered quickly from her attack to famously tell women after the Cologne sex attacks they were to blame.
Most useful was her advice to keep migrants at “arm’s length.” Yet the whole point about an assault is that the attacker uses force as she should herself should know.
Tragically, Jo Cox will not recover as Reker did. The UK has lost an MP who was respected by everyone for her integrity and altruism.
The blame may or may not belong solely to the attacker Tommy Mair. The Reker case shows that an investigation into Tommy Mair is warranted, but that it may lead to surprising connections with the establishment.
Odd is that both the Leave and the Remain camp, led by Bullingdon Club members Boris Johnson and David Cameron, acted together to suspend Brexit campaigning, reinforcing the notion that the cruel murder of Jo Cox was connected with the up coming referendum.
Not true. What one individual does, either because he is deranged or been set up, has absolutely nothing to do with the Brexit campaign.