"I'll not be surprised if there's a big, noisy security/terror scare just pre-referendum..."
When Ireland voted `No' against the Lisbon Treaty in a national referendum in 2009, the scaremongering started and all the major corporations who base their European headquarters in Ireland threatened to pull out unless the Irish people voted `Yes' and accept the Lisbon Treaty. Google, Microsoft, Intel, Hewlett Packard, Amazon among others warned of dire consequences if Ireland voted against the Lisbon treaty again. Ireland's main national broadcaster, RTE were strongly biased in favour of accepting the hated treaty. Then, the Irish were subjected to another vote after they had already rejected it. On this occasion the result was a resounding `Yes' to accept the treaty. Soon afterwards in Co. Mayo, amid angry protests, Ireland became one of the first countries in Europe to start fracking before anyone had even heard of the term.
Sunday, 7 June 2015
The same pattern of scaremongering emerged from David Cameron and George Osborne as they became increasingly desperate while polls showed the `Leave' campaign was in the lead. Both Cameron and Osborne were resorting to apocalyptic rhetoric and wealthy Conservative party donors were threatening to abandon the UK if it left the EU. They became so desperate that on the eve of the murder of Labour `Remain' MP, Jo Cox, George Osborne threatened to raise taxes as a punishment if the public voted against him and Cameron. This threat was a step too far, causing a revolt among furious Conservatives, angry over Osborne's punishment budget if Brexit succeeded. Furious Tory MPs pledged to OUST the Chancellor for, "Threatening to vandalise the economy" and has led them to effectively declaring no confidence in him.
Sunday, 1 July 2012
- A Channel 4 News investigation into Conservative party 2015 election rigging gains momentum.
- In the days leading up to the murder of `Remain' MP Jo Cox, both David Cameron and George Osborne were showing signs of panicking and despair due to the `Leave' campaign leading in the polls. They were under fierce attack from all sides for making outrageous and cataclysmic claims should Britain leave the EU. This included George Osborne threatening to punish the UK electorate with tax increases in an emergency budget if Brexit wins.
- First reports of the attack on Jo Cox said that she was NOT the prime target and that she had intervened between two men fighting.
- Within minutes of the attack on Jo Cox, the Tavistock controlled media had issued a photo of a murder suspect wearing a "Military" styled jacket. This particular image was quickly circulated to the world's media.
- Again, within minutes, the Tavistock controlled media announced that their main witness said that he heard the killer shout "Britain First". This witness has categorically denied ever having said this and went to great lengths to prove it by putting a notice on his shop window.
- All witnesses who were close to and knew the alleged killer, Tommy Mair, stated that aggression was "out of character" for him.
- Witnesses, including neighbours stated that he had no interest in politics. These are just some of the witness statements:
Mrs Peters, a retired nurse said: she had known him since he was eight. “I would sooner have believed that he had turned into Father Christmas than that he was a neo-Nazi,”
“He was so mild, almost meek in manner. He wouldn’t say boo to a goose. I would have thought he would have been frightened of guns.”
Mr Mair had been the quiet one, insisted Ms Peters. His younger brother Scott, 49, had been the noisy tearaway.
He may not have grown up in his mother Maureen’s house, but, said Ms Peters, he visited her in Batley on Sundays, “bringing her shopping”.
Mrs Peters also said: “He’s never been racist, never heard a racist comment.
“A more mild-mannered man you couldn’t wish to meet.
“I’ve been a nurse for 40 years... if there was anything radical, mentally, I’m sure I would’ve picked up on it.
“OK, he might have been depressed at times, who of us aren’t? He’s lived alone all his life just about, and that would cause some form of depression, but there was never anything, never an inclination there was something majorly wrong.
“He didn’t appear in any shape or form to have a psychiatric problem. He may have had some depression but he’s lived alone most of his life.”
Rosemary Surman, identified as a friend of Mair’s mother, told ITV News: “He loved his mum, and I couldn’t see what I saw on TV. I honestly thought that he had gone to help this lady. That’s how nice a person he was, if you know what I mean.
- First reports stated that Jo was killed while intervening in a confrontation between two men.
- Within minutes after the murder, the first image of a killer `conveniently dressed in military style combat gear' was immediately distributed all over the mainstream media.
- Within minutes after the murder, it is reported that the killer conveniently shouted the words, "Britain First".
- Within minutes after the murder, a `detailed' description of the attack appears all over the mainstream media.
- Almost on cue, David Cameron appears on site alongside an uncomfortable Jeremy Corbyn to pay their respects to Jo Cox. Corbyn looks visibly frustrated with Cameron while Cameron makes the first speech.
- Again, almost on cue and for added dramatic effect, when asked to confirm his name, the killer `conveniently' answers, "Death to Traitors, freedom for Britain". Remember, apparently this is out of character for the accused, Tommy Mair. Incidentally, no press or media were allowed in the court at these early stages.