Rixon Stewart — June 14, 2017
With the anniversary of Jo Cox’s “murder” looming we will soon be seeing a lot of glowing media tributes to the former MP. However, a look at the circumstances surrounding her death raises questions over whether tributes are really warranted?
Jo Cox was supposedly stabbed and shot while campaigning against Brexit, just days before the actual vote. Prompting questions as to whether her “murder”, if indeed she was murdered, hadn’t been timed to swing the vote behind the Remain campaign.
There are just too many discrepancies in the official narrative for it to stand up to rigorous scrutiny.
Thomas Mair, Jo Cox’s alleged killer. Click to enlarge
For example those who knew her alleged killer, Thomas Mair, were shocked by claims that he was involved. Several of his neighbours, and others who had known him for decades, claim that Mair had never shown the slightest interest in politics and was certainly not a “right-wing extremist”.
Among those who expressed disbelief were Thomas Mair’s half-brother, Duane St Louis, who told the Daily Mail:
‘He’s 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.
He added: ‘It feels like a dream that I want to wake up from. I couldn’t believe it when I saw a picture of him on the news in handcuffs.’
Mair’s brother Scott, 50, said: ‘He has a history of mental illness, but he has had help. My brother is not violent and is not all that political. I don’t even know who he votes for.’
All of which is completely at odds with the corporate media’s portrayal of Thomas Mair.
Of course none of this calls into account the questionable nature of the evidence against Thomas Mair, which Nick Kollerstrom examines here and here. Or the fact that Jo Cox’s body was nowhere to be seen in crime scene photos. Or the complete absence of blood in the photos, which is odd given that Mair is supposed to have stabbed Jo Cox fifteen times and shot her multiple times.
Nor does this take into account conflicting eyewitness accounts of what happened. For example Thomas Mair is alleged to have shouted “Britain first” as he stabbed Cox. According to the Independent:
Aamir Tahir, of the Dry Clean Centre, said the gunman was heard shouting “Britain first”.
Yet that claim has been disputed by Ahmed Tahir himself, who even put up a sign in his Dry Clean Centre window denying that he heard those words shouted. Nor is he alone: other eyewitnesses have also asserted that they “never heard that“ slogan shouted.
Perhaps even more telling are claims by Kim Leadbeater, Jo Cox’s sister, that she has been on an emotional “rollercoaster” since sister’s death. Really? Check out her speech in the aftermath of Jo’s alleged “murder”.
There is no hint of genuine grief here. The woman simply performs like a bad actress.
It’s also worth noting that Jo Cox’s husband, Brendan Cox, wasn’t an entirely selfless charity worker either. Apart from earning a six-figure salary in various aid organisations he also served as special advisor to Prime Minister Gordon Brown during his time in office.
Brendan and Jo Cox pictured outside Number 10 Downing Street. Click to enlarge
In other words Brenda Cox made a lucrative living working at the very heart of the British establishment.
It should also be mentioned that Cox was forced to resign his £160,000-a-year job at Save the Children charity after female colleagues complained about his “inappropriate behaviour“.
This is relevant as it reflects the sort of man and ideals that Jo Cox was attracted to and ready to work with.
For at the time of her death Jo Cox was campaigning for the Syrian White Helmets to be awarded the Nobel Prize. That’s the same Syrian White Helmets originally founded by a former British intelligence officer turned security consultant James Le Mesurier.
Under the guise of being “rescue workers” the Syrian White Helmets are being used to further the West’s agenda in Syria. All of which may explain why they have been funded by Britain, the U.S. and other Western nations to the tune of over one hundred million dollars.
With her campaign for them to be awarded the Nobel Prize, Jo Cox was instrumental in helping to facilitate that funding.
With the Syrian White Helmet’s alleged links to Al Qaeda and Al Nusra there is good reason to question the organisation’s real agenda. All the more so given the White Helmets known links to British and U.S. covert operations.
In the aftermath of Jo Cox’s supposed death the ties between the Syrian White Helmets, Western intelligence and Sunni militants have become more apparent. Was Jo Cox aware of these links? Was she indeed even “murdered”?
In the end analysis only a brainwashed dupe would buy the story that Jo Cox was murdered by a “right-wing extremist”. Like the “lone gunman” narrative, it’s a well worn cover story peddled by the intelligence agencies to conceal an altogether darker agenda.
Far from being a charitable do-gooder Jo Cox was actually promoting Britain’s continued membership in the E.U. and the use of military proxies to do the West’s dirty work in Syria. The fact that so few have questioned or looked beyond the official narrative is largely due to the deceptive “do-gooder” facade that Jo Cox operated under.
In the murky world of intelligence and covert operations deception is the name of the game. Or as the Mossad motto puts it: “By way of deception thou shalt do war”. Jo Cox was a masterful exponent of that principle in operation.