It was later noticed that the man in this photo is not Mair.So #mair had no extremist views which could lead to a terror act? Just a nice guy who meant well? #JoCoxMP pic.twitter.com/3apFjGfgJu— Hasan Patel (@Hasanpatel) June 18, 2016
@Hasanpatel A brit being a Hitler fan is one of the most silly things that can be. It just makes me cringe.— Commandelicious (@Abtacha) June 18, 2016
@Abtacha @Hasanpatel They are probably saying "We didn't fight the Germans to be taken over by darkies" or words to that effect.— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) June 18, 2016
Jo Cox and her ilk would not have hesitated to call anyone who dared complain about immigration a racist. That was always how polarised the debate has been. How long has the immigration debate has been simmering? I would say since Powell made his Rivers of Blood speech in 20 April 1968. The killing of Cox on 16 June 2016 represented the multicultural and multiracial melting pot boiling over. Of course, there have been inner city riots since 1968, but this is the first time an MP actually suffered directly as a result of ignoring the concerns of voters.
Mr Cox’s wife, Jo, is a Labour MP and former aide to Mr Brown’s wife Sarah. Mrs Cox also runs the Labour Women’s Network where she is ‘equalities and discrimination’ adviser.
It was probably Jo Cox who put it into Gordon Brown's head to call anyone who dared complain about immigration "bigoted", as he called called Mrs Gillian Duffy, a Labour member.
Her plea for her constituents to vote remain still has no solutions or words of comfort whatsoever. It is still "Put up and shut up, you plebs. They will keep coming whether you like it or not, whether we're in or out. You have no choice, and you know it. Now shut it."