Thursday, June 16, 2016

Labour MP Jo Cox of Britain Dies

This day, June 16, 2016, Labour MP for Batley and Spen (UK Parliament constituency in House of Commons) Jo Cox has succumbed to the injuries received when she was attacked by a lone assailant, outside her constituency surgery (advice surgery) in Birstall, Leeds. 

These advice surgeries are periodical (not frequent) events where politicians speak with their constituents needing assistance. Residents of Birstall, which is considered a relaxed small market town, were delighted that MP Jo Cox took an active interest in their town.

Ms Cox had been shot three times and stabbed multiple times with a foot-long knife. The man arrested at the scene is 52 year old Thomas Mair. 

MP Jo Cox the day before her murder.
Picture taken by Brendan Cox, husband.
MP Jo Cox (holding flag) with husband Brendan Cox (at motor)
with their two young children on Thames River, the day before murder.
The pair lived in a boat on the Thames when in London.
The two pictures above were taken by her husband, Brendan Cox the day before the attack. Jo Cox was about to celebrate her 42nd birthday, as well as hold an annual solstice party, with over 100 invited, expected to attend this coming weekend.

There were conflicting reports regarding the time of Ms. Cox's demise. Some reports state that Jo Cox was pronounced dead where she was attacked, whilst other reports state that she was pronounced dead at the hospital where she was airlifted.

The Australian: "...the British Labour politician was in critical condition fighting for her life..."  

The National Post wrote that a "doctor working with paramedics" pronounced her dead at the scene, at 1:48 pm, the year of 2016, on the 16th of June. The three '6's' in the date; 06-16-2016, is already beginning to circulate amongst conspiracy theorists.
Police Chief Constable Dee Collins sadly confirmed the death of MP Jo Cox at a press conference held in West Yorkshire.
West Yorkshire press conference where chief constable Dee Collins
announces the death of Liberal MP Jo Cox
  • Thomas Mair (murder suspect) on left

The suspect, a local man named Thomas Mair, lived in Fieldhead Estate in Birstall, where he occupied a duplex (semi-detached house) for forty years, having first shared it with a female relative who passed away several years previously.
Neighbours, including teenagers, described Mair as a loner, who did not appear to be employed, but often worked in neighbours' gardens or volunteered to help with various projects. 

Teens said they had no problem with the 'quiet' man, who only got upset if they climbed the wall behind his house and hung out there for awhile. Those who had seen him leave his home that day stated he appeared "calm" and "normal"

About Labour MP Jo Cox

It has been said that MP Jo Cox campaigned for peace and social justice, and was against slavery and the deaths taking place in Syria due to sieges. She was known as a devout humanitarian.

She was employed some summers in the same factory where her father worked, packing toothpaste.  Although originally unplanned, she won a place at Cambridge where she stayed about five years.

She later went on visiting developing countries as an aid worker and eventually became the head of global policy for Oxfam.  Max Lawson, a former colleague who worked under Cox called her "...a brilliant committed activist for social justice with boundless energy and kindness who made a huge contribution to Oxfam."

Ms Cox was involved in Labour Women's Network and fully backed women's roles in politics. She took the Batley and Spen seat in Parliament when it became free.

She chaired for the parliamentary group (all-party) on Syria, co-writing an article with Andrew Mitchell (former Conservative Aid Secretary), where she argued that there was a strong humanitarian case that required military action in Syria.  

The Observer (news) quoted her: “There is nothing ethical about standing to one side when civilians are being murdered and maimed. There was no excuse in Bosnia, nor Rwanda and there isn’t now.”

Cox had been campaigning for the European Union referendum, where a vote regarding whether or not Britain remains in the EU is to take place on June 23, next week. 

It is for that reason that the alleged shout, "Britain First", from assailant Thomas Mair struck home. The comment has yet to be validated, which can only be verified by police in their investigation and interrogation of Mair.

Britain First is a (far-left) patriotic political party and street defence organisation. A spokesman for Britain First has denied any ties with Thomas Mair and insisted that he acted on his own initiative.  Reports vary as to whether Mair actually shouted, “Britain First” after the attack on Ms. Cox.

The deputy leader of Britain First, Jayda Fransen, called the attack “absolutely disgusting”. She suggested that “Britain First” has become a common slogan used by those supporting Brexit during the EU referendum campaign.

She went on to state that the phrase used is thus far hearsay and is anxiously awaiting further details from the police for verification.  It is well-known that before the June 23 Brexit vote takes place, Ms. Cox was pushing for England to remain in the EU.

Out of respect for Labour MP Jo Cox, all rival referendum campaign groups have pulled back, suspending all planned activities, including PM David Cameron who cancelled a planned rally in Gibraltar on the southern coast of Spain (British territory).

A spokesman for Britain First adamantly denies that suspect Thomas Mair has any ties with their political party.
In MP Jo Cox's maiden speech in the House of Commons, she was quoted as stating, “Our communities have been deeply enhanced by immigration, be it of Irish Catholics across the constituency or of Muslims from Gujarat in India or from Pakistan, principally from Kashmir.

“While we celebrate our diversity, what surprises me time and time again as I travel around the constituency is that we are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us.”

On May 24, 2016, in a speech made in the House of Commons, Ms Cox had this to say about counter-ISIL tactics (starvation and seiges in Syria): 
Is it not now clear that the success of the international coalition against ISIS [Isil] will be limited so long as civilians in Syria continue to be subject to starvation tactics, besiegement and attacks with impunity? Is it not time for a rethink on the UK strategy so that it focuses much more on civilian protection?
To that end, has operational planning begun by the Ministry of Defence and the Department for International Development on supporting the World Food Programme in its deadline of 1 June on airdrops to besieged communities?
She had strong, thought-provoking words to say to the Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond in 2015, December: 

"I remain deeply concerned about the lack of progress on civilian protection inside Syria, much of which is being perpetrated by the Assad regime. Does the Secretary of State agree that ending Assad’s indiscriminate use of barrel bombs is a key confidence-building measure that should be prioritized alongside efforts towards a formal ceasefire?

Should a ceasefire not be delivered on Friday, may I urge him to look again at the other measures to protect civilians, including putting in place no-bombing zones. Will he also reconfirm the government's unequivocal commitment not to have truck with anyone - including Boris Johnson - who says that working with Assad's forces is a compromise that we should be willing to make?

That would be not only morally wrong, but counter-productive given that Assad is Daesh's biggest recruiting sergeant."

Also in 2015, during a heated debate, Ms Cox stated that the England could no longer ignore Syria and that inaction would see the refugee crisis worsen and deaths increase.

"To conclude, this conflict has proved time and again its propensity to escalate month on month, year on year.  For moral reasons - and national self-interest - we can no longer afford to ignore Syria.

Indeed, inaction will only see a growth in the number of Syrians killed, the number of refugees fleeing and the potential threat to British national security from ISIS.

I urge all Members to look to the best traditions in the histroy of their parties and to think about the personal role that they can play to protect civilians in Syria and further afield.

The voices of Syrians have been absent from this debate for far too long. they have been asking for protection for years and no one has been listening. It is now time for us to listen and to act.  Source: Publications Parliament UK

Words of acting chief constable, Dee Collins of the West Yorkshire Police:

"I’m now very sad to have to report that [Jo Cox] has died as a result of her injuries. Before going into further detail I would like to express our deepest sympathies to her family and friends at this tragic time.

Jo was attacked by a man who inflicted serious and, sadly ultimately fatal, injuries. Subsequently there was a further attack on a 77-year-old man who sustained injuries that are non-life threatening. Shortly afterwards a man was arrested nearby by local uniformed police officers. Weapons, including a firearm, have also been recovered.
At 1:48 pm, Jo Cox was pronounced deceased by a doctor who was working with a paramedic crew that were attending to her serious injuries.  This is a very significant investigation with large numbers of witnesses that have been spoken to by police at this time.
There is a large and significant crime scene and there is a large police presence in the area. A full investigation is underway to establish the motive for this attack.
There are specifically trained officers with Jo’s immediate family who are fully aware of what has taken place and we would ask the media to respect their privacy at this very difficult time.
Additional officers are working in the local community this afternoon and evening in order to provide reassurance and support to our communities. 
Clearly, as this inquiry is at an early stage and we have an individual under arrest, we are not in a position to discuss any motive at this time. We are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident.
Husband Brendan Cox who had been a senior executive at Save the Children, before he stepped down last year, had these words to sat to the media:
"Today is the beginning of a new chapter in our lives. More difficult, more painful, less joyful, less full of love. I and Jo's friends and family are going to work every moment of our lives to love and nurture our kids and to fight against the hate that killed Jo."
"Jo believed in a better world and she fought for it every day of her life with an energy, and a zest for life that would exhaust most people.
"She would have wanted two things above all else to happen now, one that our precious children are bathed in love and two, that we all unite to fight against the hatred that killed her. Hate doesn't have a creed, race or religion, it is poisionous. Jo would have no regrets about her life, she lived every day of it to the full."
Tributes from Those who Knew Jo Cox
Jo Cox had nominated Jeremy Corbyn at one time before he took leadership of the Labour party in September 2015. In an article co-written with Labour MP Neil Coyle, Cox had accused Corbyn of "weak leadership, poor judgment and a mistaken sense of priorities".

The whole of the Labour party and Labour family - and indeed the whole country - will be in shock at the horrific murder of Jo Cox  today.

Jo had a lifelong record of public service and a deep commitment to humanity. She worked both for Oxfam and the anti-slavery charity, the Freedom Fund, before she was elected last year as MP for Batley and Spen – where she was born and grew up.
Jo was dedicated to getting us to live up to our promises to support the developing world and strengthen human rights – and she brought those values and principles with her when she became an MP.  
Jo died doing her public duty at the heart of our democracy, listening to and representing the people she was elected to serve. It is a profoundly important cause for us all.
Jo was universally liked at Westminster, not just by her Labour colleagues, but across Parliament.
In the coming days, there will be questions to answer about how and why she died. But for now all our thoughts are with Jo’s husband Brendan and their two young children. They will grow up without their mum, but can be immensely proud of what she did, what she achieved and what she stood for. 
We send them our deepest condolences. We have lost a much loved colleague, a real talent and a dedicated campaigner for social justice and peace. But they have lost a wife and a mother, and our hearts go out to them."  Jeremy Corbyn

"Absolutely devastating news about Jo Cox. Truly dreadful. One of the brightest and best of the new MPs and a great loss to the country."  
former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond

The whole of the Labour movement is devastated at Jo’s death. We have lost a colleague so young who had much more to contribute to public life. She was our future.
It is hard to comprehend how a compassionate, principled and beautiful person can be taken away from us so cruelly. It’s even more devastating because she was doing what she did best - serving her constituents.
We grieve her loss. Our love and prayers are with Brendan and Jo’s family.
deputy Labour leader Tom Watson
A few others who paid tribute are Lord Hague, Ian Duncan Smith (former Work and Pension Secretary, Penny Mordaunt, the Armed Forces minister (known to Jo from her work in Syria), Boris Johnson, colleague, and Karl Turner Shadow, Attorney General.
Lord Nigel Jones and Stephen Timms, Labour MP for EAst Hamm were two other politicians that had been attacked in the past. They both survived.

Breaking News
The Orlando shooting at The Pulse nightclub in Florida has websites everywhere discussing it. Said to be the worst mass shooting on American soil, it is not a surprise that many sites are buzzing, calling it a false flag, complete with crisis actors, false witnesses and more.
For example, there is the unexplained finish on a clip that was first shown on a news station. It shows three men carrying another man who is wearing red shoes. Supposedly, he is one of the injured from the gay nightclub, but oddly, the men are carrying him toward the club. Credit: saboteur365 website for two photos

The other oddity comes at the end of the video where the men set the ‘injured’ man down on his feet, and then one of the ‘carriers’ is seen smiling.  
It is a video first shown on Fox News, but before revealing the video to its news audience, the station cut the video off. The video posted is the extended version of that same video.

Topics are covering the name of the club, The Pulse. In Canada (Canadian agricultural government website), a “pulse is an edible seed harvested from the pod of a variety of annual leguminous (grain legume, peas, beans, lentils, wheat).  
Since it includes “wheat”, Christian conspiracy theorists are declaring 2016 as the year of the “wheat and tares”.

Talk of ‘fallen angels’ and the New World Order are also being posited as the ‘age of deceit’.  Very oddly, a neighbour’s niece quickly and boldly approached me, extending her hand in a friendly gesture to shake hands in greeting. She smugly introduced herself as a ‘fallen angel’ as she saw me getting out of my car.

I myself have always had a strong handshake, but hers far surpassed the handshake of any man I’ve shaken hands with, and I have shaken countless hands of strong men over the years.

Her uncle says she “works out”, but her strength is very uncommon, even for a strong ‘woman’ (key word, ‘woman’) – and that’s a fact, not conspiracy and very odd, indeed.  Coincidence?  Perhaps…but it does reveal the mindset of people today and how it is now 'cool' to call evil good and good evil.

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! [Is 5:20]

Paul Craig Roberts’ website actually wants to back up the official story and has asked readers to help him find inconclusive evidence of bodies, blood etc. No cell phone evidence from any patrons etc. Websites continue on to compare this to San Bernardino, Sandy Hook, Boston Marathon et al.

Global Woes
Four were killed last week in Israel, in what is being called a terrorist shooting in a Tel Aviv mall, where four people were killed.  

A mass looting involving over 500 people, took place in the coastal Venezuelan city of CumanĂ¡ as people, tired of the lack of food and the high costs stormed a supermarket, taking whatever food they could.

Milk and eggs were said to be selling at over $100 - $150 each. Power outages, food shortages, rioting and looting have brought out the riot police to deal with the mayhem, resulting in over 400 being arrested.

A stabbing in a Calgary clinic leaves one dead and one injured.
An ISIS [ISIL or Daesh] ‘kill list’ with the names of 150 Canadian women has surfaced and come to the attention of officials. The list included names of military personnel, government officials and more prominent names in Canada. PM Justin Trudeau:

“Obviously, we are constantly reminded with various examples of the threat posed by the “so-called” Islamic State, and that is why Canada is a significant player in the coalition against ISIL in the Middle East and why we are working so robustly on one of the fundamental responsibilities of any government, which is to keep its citizens safe.
I can assure you that our security agencies and police forces are very much active on a broad range of files to ensure the safety of Canadians, but I won’t make any specific comments on particular issues or allegations.”

“Kill lists” are not something new.  In fact, the personal information and names of 3,600 New York residents surfaced in April and was documented by SITE (Search for International Terrorist Entities), a U.S. Intelligence Group, stating that “thousands of names of individuals have been released in recent months” (by ISIS hacker groups)

Rita Katz, SITE director stated:

Jihadi kill lists are not at all a new thing. However, lists released by pro-Islamic State hacking groups are quickly forming a genre of their own, especially when noting the differences in which types of targets they identify.”

Global News (the source of information) writes:
Due to privacy and safety concerns Global News will not be publishing the names of Canadians included on the list.
Source:  Global News - 150 Canadian Women on ISIS kill list


Some people state that they do not want to hear what is going on around the world because it is depressing, whilst others are consumed by it.

I have said this before and must say it again. The prophets of old, as well as Jesus, his twelve apostles and his disciples were all aware of the political scene, the evil around them and how the people in general felt.

We must be aware of what is going on globally. We cannot be oblivious to what is happening globally, but neither can we walk in constant fear. The balance comes by spending time with the Lord, in His Word, in prayer and in walking with Him, abiding in Christ. Synonyms of abiding: stand for, acknowledge, obey, endure, suffer and withstand, just to name a few.

Yes, even the word 'suffer' is under "abide" as a synonym, which makes me think of a scripture immediately.

Though He were a Son, yet learned He obedience by the things He suffered [Heb 5:8]

From increased earthquake activity globally (with 106 in the last 24 hours, of various degrees); volcanic activity (monitoring places such as Japan, Papua New Guinea, Japan, Costa Rica, Indonesia et al); strange hybrids (animals) and cloning factories popping up like this one in Korea.
mind uploading
space colonies
There is also transhumanism (mind uploading, AGI [Artificial General Intelligence], molecular manufacturing, autonomous self-replicating robotics and more); cloaks of invisibility (military technologies of deception; Quantum Stealth Canada).
Just as spoken of in the book of Daniel (in many countries), there is the changing of laws (Canada Supreme Court approves sex acts with pets; bestiality to be redefined); the applauded push of an ailing MP to change Canada’s national anthem lyrics to be non-gender specific (from: “all of thy sons’ command” to “all of us command”) and on and on it goes.

For several years, off and on, I have shared about trust, patience and waiting, but never has it been so important as it is now for the remnant of true believers. If ever there was a time that the true must stand strong, it is now.

There is much happening not only in the physical realm but in the spiritual realm. If ever the body of Christ needed encouragement and direction, it is now. I hope to have an article up late tomorrow covering it.

The Lord warned us of increased and unnecessary deaths in 2016. Folks might say, "Well, that is a given."  Yes, perhaps it is; however, how often is it that the Lord sees it necessary to forewarn. He wants us aware, very aware, of the lateness of the hour - the times we are in, the last of the last days.

This is what was posted in January, 2016:

This year 2016 shall bring many more deaths, not only in wars with ISIS (Daesh), but also in internal conflicts amongst the people and government agencies (even with those who are supposed to protect the people). 

Death also shall be in cataclysmic events, ‘resurrected’ diseases and violence (protests and riots in various nations) among people (for political, ‘religious’ and personal reasons) that could have been avoided. 

It is driven by demonic forces in the workers of iniquity (wickedness, deviation from the right path, pain-ridden evil), [sinful humans worshipping Satan, false gods that people call by different names].  This pertains to all nations, all peoples, tribes and clans.

for His glory alone


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