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Post by eddie on Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:02 pm

Came across this. Let's see what you all think of it.
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The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Cox wanted to make the world a better place and it was a cause for which she was willing to travel halfway across the globe. Whether consoling rape victims in Darfur or bombed out villagers in Afghanistan, it seemed the jet-setting international aid worker was rarely far from the action.

Lately it had been the struggle of Syrian war refugees to get to the West that touched her heart, and their plight was a subject she returned to again and again after becoming a Member of Parliament. It seemed there was no victims anywhere she could not empathise with.

Except, perhaps, with one striking omission.

And that would be the White child rape victims of Muslim grooming gangs in her own back yard. For her West Yorkshire constituency is near the epicentre of the Muslim child rape epidemic that has been sweeping the Labour heartlands of northern England, largely ignored or covered up by social services workers, police and politicians.

For it is a striking omission that of all the subjects she enjoyed sounding off on, this world-famous crisis affecting the poorest Whites on her doorstep was not one of them. One cannot help wonder if this shrewd silence was connected to the fact that her lavishly paid MPs job in the constituency of Batley and Spen largely depended on the support of the local Muslim community.

Co-incidentally, just as Jo Cox was shot and stabbed to death outside her constituency office in Birstall last Thursday, sentencing was about to take place at Leeds Crown Court after a long trial involving a horrific case of Muslim child exploitation.

The court heard that in Halifax, eleven miles from Cox’s constituency, a vulnerable underage girl had been left to fend for herself at the age of 13 after her mother died. This child ended up being preyed on by 100 Muslim males who plied her with alcohol and drugs. The girl — nominally in council care — was then passed from house to house and from town to town as far away as Manchester and London. The girl described being filmed by Muslims on a mobile phone while being orally raped. She contracted an STD. Some of the rapists were identified from CCTV which had been seized from the hotels she could remember, while others were caught because of DNA from stains on her clothing. The police said afterwords that the girl, one of two victims, had shown “immense courage and bravery in reporting these matters to the police and providing evidence.”

At the Leeds trial, only fifteen of the men were convicted. Originally over a hundred were arrested and doubtless dozens of culprits walked free. It was a lurid and horrific story but such hearings are so common these days, they have become wearily familiar.

Nevertheless you would think this would be a issue that would enrage a feminist-minded, morally crusading MP. But no, instead of fighting to defend the White girl victims of Muslim rape gangs, female Labour MPs have preferred to defend the Muslim community and deflect any criticism. Or, like Jo Cox, they have chosen to ignore it completely. In her maiden speech, Jo Cox said that her community had been “deeply enhanced by immigration” but presumably child rape was not what she had in mind.

For it is a fact that northern female Labour MPs prefer to put their energies into endless nagging and barracking their White constituents over their hostility to the importation of foreign refugees. Many of them, like the Rotherham MP Sarah Champion, prefer to do a mental handstand and say that if you extrapolate child abuse across the entire population of Britain, then it is really White men who are the problem.

In the immediate aftermath of Jo Cox’s death politicians from all sides promised not to make the killing part of the referendum debate. And then proceeded to do just that. The killing got the full Charlie Hebdo treatment, with even the Prime Minister doing a passable imitation of a man beside himself with grief. Even Hilary Clinton, got into the act, and saw the opportunity to frame herself as a fighter against “extremism.”

The connection was immediately made to links to the right wing. The media in full-throated pursuit, were not going to let small details such as contempt of court rules or an ongoing investigation stop them.

Tribute after tribute bore witness to Jo Cox’s uniqueness. But in reality, nothing could have been further from the truth. In fact, women like Jo Cox are ten a penny across the West these days — bland, compliant functionaries who have been marinated in political correctness and are happy to regurgitate the platitudes and attitudes of their political masters. And are well-rewarded for doing so. Elizabeth Warren (AKA Pocahontas) in the US comes to mind.

She was that toxic combination of self-rightousness and entitlement which believed itself possessed of a special moral insight into the moral shortcomings of their own people. Never slow to parade her compassion, she was also calculating enough to help more dubious causes, as when she lent her name to a government minister who was lobbying for Britain to begin bombing in Syria. Bombing and babies; it was all business for Jo Cox.

Hers was the typical smooth career path of the modern political cog. From her grammar school, where she was the Head Girl, she seamlessly moved onto an extended period at two universities before emerging as professional aid worker for Oxfam and Save the Children. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was another fashionable international development outfit in which she managed to wangle a position as “advisor.”

She certainly travelled extensively, but to what extent did she get her hands dirty? Rather than mopping sweat-covered brows, her role as a policy consultant seemed to revolve swanning around seminars, conferences and committee rooms in Brussels and London. Networking, rather than counselling, seems the main skill in this field.

The safe Labour seat seems to have been a reward for acting as a bag-carrier for prominent political wives such as that of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and a former Labour leader and Euro aristocrat Neil Kinnock. Her constituency seat had been represented by local White men for decades so an all-female shortlist had to be imposed on the local party to ensure an acceptable candidate could be given this plum.

It was a gilded lifestyle with a houseboat on the Thames beside Tower Bridge at which she hosted networking events for important left-wing women. There was a second house in her constituency which was a venue for a huge Solstice party each year.

The role of international aid worker is highly valued among a section of shrewd university-educated females. It offers a particularly attractive combination of a good salary in an expanding sector, frequent foreign travel and high status among the do-gooding circles.

And then there was her husband Brendan Cox, who is also an international development consultant. While one can have all the sympathy in the world for someone left to bring up two children on his own, it would be remiss of me not to point out that he has had a rocky career in the development field. He was forced out of a position at the Save the Children Fund after several women accused him of “acting inappropriately”; acutely embarrassing no doubt for a wife who was the “equalities and discrimination advisor” for a Labour Women’s Network.

He has since been jetting around Europe for the World Economic Forum. He is examining ways to combat the “populist opposition” to the “refugee” population transfer programme. Among his findings are that the vote for nationalist parties is not important and that European populations are still willing to take in far more refugees.


With the accused, Thomas Mair, having apparently put any doubts about his motivations to rest with his first words in court, it looks like we are in for an interesting time ahead. And very grave implications for freedom of speech in Britain. The recent publication of proposed new anti-extremism laws were not as bad as some anticipated — perhaps because the government were unable to produce any credible example of White extremist violence.

That could all be about to change now.

One consequence of the Jo Cox killing might be that it has derailed the Leave campaign in the forthcoming Euro referendum. The Leave campaign had seemed to be pulling ahead, but that has all changed now. The latest polls seem to show that that Remain campaign has caught up and is nosing ahead.


Full article http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2016/06/the-selective-compassion-of-jo-cox/

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Guest on Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:26 pm

Clipped from the Article > AUTHOR = Francis Carr Begbie
She was that toxic combination of self-rightousness and entitlement which believed itself possessed of a special moral insight into the moral shortcomings of their own people. Never slow to parade her compassion, she was also calculating enough to help more dubious causes, as when she lent her name to a government minister who was lobbying for Britain to begin bombing in Syria. Bombing and babies; it was all business for Jo Cox.

Hers was the typical smooth career path of the modern political cog. From her grammar school, where she was the Head Girl, she seamlessly moved onto an extended period at two universities before emerging as professional aid worker for Oxfam and Save the Children. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was another fashionable international development outfit in which she managed to wangle a position as “advisor.”

She certainly travelled extensively, but to what extent did she get her hands dirty? Rather than mopping sweat-covered brows, her role as a policy consultant seemed to revolve swanning around seminars, conferences and committee rooms in Brussels and London. Networking, rather than counselling, seems the main skill in this field.

The safe Labour seat seems to have been a reward for acting as a bag-carrier for prominent political wives such as that of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and a former Labour leader and Euro aristocrat Neil Kinnock. Her constituency seat had been represented by local White men for decades so an all-female shortlist had to be imposed on the local party to ensure an acceptable candidate could be given this plum.

It was a gilded lifestyle with a houseboat on the Thames beside Tower Bridge at which she hosted networking events for important left-wing women. There was a second house in her constituency which was a venue for a huge Solstice party each year.

The role of international aid worker is highly valued among a section of shrewd university-educated females. It offers a particularly attractive combination of a good salary in an expanding sector, frequent foreign travel and high status among the do-gooding circles.
Holy Bat Crap Batman ...I guess it's safe to say that the author of this particle caustic swipe at Jo Cox has happily written this vile mental dump, with the wicked intent that the lady will not be able to refute any of the vile implications provided!

Since I don't see the author's name to acknowledge the proficient manner that this was written but I'm quite assured that the mind set would not only defame a murder women - trash her husbands business - could dig up this deceased 'Jo Cox' and burn her remains in repetitive number of times - just to satisfy some really deep seated reason for stomping her every memory into the dust! No  

WOW, I've known a few 'Right Leaning Bible Thumpers' over here that elevated their toxic revenge into such glorious heights but here I was thinking that the British were so passive/laid back and reserved   scratch   maybe the unknown author is from another country

Well, that was an interesting reading ...WOW!
Went out to find the author's name = Francis Carr Begbie

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Post by Miffs2 on Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:42 pm

It's all in the last paragraph Edds, it's an excellent piece about the hypocrisy that abounds in some areas and I speak from a northern constituency with a labour female MP
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Post by eddie on Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:46 pm

I found some of it hard to read being as she's just, just died....but I found it hard not to wonder about why those girls that were being raped "on her doorstep" were largely ignored.

Perhaps it can and will be refuted. It's a harsh piece though, so soon. But.... It's someone's opnion.

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Post by Guest on Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:03 am

eddie wrote:I found some of it hard to read being as she's just, just died....but I found it hard not to wonder about why those girls that were being raped "on her doorstep" were largely ignored.

Perhaps it can and will be refuted. It's a harsh piece though, so soon. But.... It's someone's opnion.

Just from my corner of the globe; our POTUS often catches hell and is burned in effigy for his refraining from any media comments when something horrific happens ...the Democrats complain - 'he should have spoken out' - the Republicans B & M, 'he never condemns anything strongly enough' Mad ...there's NO win - win, given the way any political figure tries to allow the legal system to just do their jobs! 

IS THERE?  And as a mother - wife ...I'd doubt that she'd be unscathed by that event; but what would speaking out do for the people handling the mass amounts of legal paper work - trying to take care of all those grisly details Suspect


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Post by Irn Bru on Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:53 am

The Occidental Observer is an American magazine described as a far right white supremacist outfit and their mission statement doesn't even try to hide it.
THere's another article about Jo Cox on their website right now also about the Jo Cox murder.

The #StolenReferendum: How Cameron & Co have ruthlessly exploited the murder of MP Jo Cox to save their skins and the EU ‘Project’

Author: Nick Griffin

http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2016/06/the-stolenreferendum-how-cameron-co-have-ruthlessly-exploited-the-murder-of-mp-jo-cox-to-save-their-skins-and-the-eu-project/

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Miffs2 on Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:57 am

We were discussing this today. Most seemed to agree they wouldn't be surprised at anything anymore
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Post by Tommy Monk on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:02 am

Interesting article...



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Post by Syl on Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:09 am

It's very sad that at this time this article has been written.

If it's true it's even sadder that such a popular well thought of humanitarian, who was in the position to speak out and be heard, seemed to ignore the very inhumane happenings that were going on almost on her doorstep.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:25 am

People love to slag off MPs when they're alive, but if one is murdered they do get elevated to the status of sainthood. I guess the author is providing some balance to the gushing which has gone on.

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Post by nicko on Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:59 am

The mawkish sentiment over that MP is on a par with the saintly Diana.

Why would the World mourn when 99.9% of them have never heard of her?

Relations and friends yes, the rest saying "look at me aren't I compassionate"
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Post by Guest on Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:30 pm

nicko wrote:The mawkish sentiment over that MP is on a par with the saintly Diana.

Why would the World mourn when 99.9% of them have never heard of her?

Relations and friends yes,   the rest  saying "look at me aren't I compassionate"

Other then a rare 2 Irish Wakes {that ended up in a total drunken brawl at the family home} the NORMAL way that humans mourn the deceased is with a acknowledgment of their life's accomplishments - good deeds - fond memories and lovely/warm events, spoken out loud for everyone to share.     Isn't that what & how we'd all like to be discussed on our last days on earth...by the people that actually knew us - not by the people able to attack without rebuttal in a printed format?

Isn't it unfair - even cruel to slice & dice one's political failings {even if they are only just the authors stilted perceptions} when the person has been buried past a few days?  OMG ...that cretin wrote some utter BS about the ladies assumed lack of public response to a vile legal issue - WTF was her inquisitive mind prior to the murder event? 
Why trash the deceased husbands business - what bearing did that have on the death or the authors low gutter written swipe at the political opinions that the deceased had! 
I'll hope that no one in your extended circle would ever do something so horrid - so unkind to your family during their days of grief ...and this public figure was a wife/mother and was a daughter as well. 
Seems some compassion for that got left in the gutter along the way when people decide to become elected officials!

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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:32 pm

I know lots of people who walk past parliament square in London on their way to work.
They have all said there aren't that many flowers (and there never was) as was shown on TV and also the same in Trafalgar Square

This murder was hyped up for a reason.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:02 pm

eddie wrote:I know lots of people who walk past parliament square in London on their way to work.
They have all said there aren't that many flowers (and there never was) as was shown on TV and also the same in Trafalgar Square

This murder was hyped up for a reason.


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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:13 pm

You don't think this was over-hyped for the EU?
I think it was a bit.

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Post by Eilzel on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:15 pm

I thought fairy dust was what Johnson was going to sprinkle to make the UK paradise upon leaving the EU.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:16 pm

Okay the reason why we would place more observance over this patrticular murder, is because she was an MP. A representive of the country and her murder is a direct assualt on our very institution of democracy. Hence why people are utterly shocked and rightly so. Lets not forget he was a hateful far right idiot. Who just like any hateful ideology, warps the mind of those who are bought into this. She simply was making a speech and nobody should lose their life simply based on the views they have politically. The fact this was in borad daylight in front of the public also makes it that much more shocking. What does it say for the state of our nation, when those who represent us, then have to live in perpeutual fear of even speaking to the public. If this is the case, then we are failing ourselves as a people first and foremost. We have a democratic system and if that is not good enough, then clearly people believe in the strengh and might of those who hate over the voices of the majority in thisd country. If the vote is to leave, this is going to leave a bitter taste for its victory if it happens. As it will have been off the constant fear mongering hate peddaling that has played a part in this hate within this person. Of which both camps are to blame.


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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:18 pm

Eilzel wrote:I thought fairy dust was what Johnson was going to sprinkle to make the UK paradise upon leaving the EU.



lol now that made me laugh..

You know he could have been a future leader and his antics on the EU have put paid to that happenning I believe.

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Post by WhoseYourWolfie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 4:45 pm

eddie wrote:
You don't think this was over-hyped for the EU?
I think it was a bit.

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 4:53 pm

1.  Jo Cox wasn't an MP until after the case had been tied up by the police.

2.  Perhaps you'll let her be buried before you start slinging mud about.

3.  The article is on a white supremacist site

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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:15 pm

Oh do shut up sassy. You post up pictures of tortured and burning kids that you find on your "chosen" and some might say, 'biased' websites.

Have some fucking grace to except that other people apart from you have opnions and they're allowed to express them.

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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:17 pm

And give me one good reason why I shouldn't be able to highlight the raped girls in this article?

I said I was a bit hesitant to put it up but it's a forum sassy, you can't pick and choose the stories that highlight your causes.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:23 pm

eddie wrote:And give me one good reason why I shouldn't be able to highlight the raped girls in this article?

I said I was a bit hesitant to put it up but it's a forum sassy, you can't pick and choose the stories that highlight your causes.



It is in poor taste and using evenets that are not connected or have not been proven to be connected.
Its trying to downplay her death over something else that is equally tragic, which is disgusting as its playing off one against the other.
Again the motivation behind this Eddie is hate, as its from a far right site
I have told you many times to not  simply look at why something is posted as well as just reading the article, but the motivation behind them doing so.

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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:05 pm

....Says the man who posts endless threads about atheism.


Why do I need to question the motives of a site?
It's an article.

Unlike most of you, I'm not tied to the left or right - so I have the luxury and freedom of choosing what I read and what I post.
Not my fault some of you won't look past your own noses.

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Post by Ben Reilly on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:15 pm

Y'all should check out the comments to the article at the original site. One guy posted a video "explaining" how women destroy civilizations! Another said women should not be allowed to hold public office, and the vote should be one per family and only for families that own property.


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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:26 pm

Doesn't surprise me. I've seen comments worse than that posted under songs, in the comments section, on YouTube.

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Post by Guest on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:29 pm

Ben Reilly wrote:Y'all should check out the comments to the article at the original site. One guy posted a video "explaining" how women destroy civilizations! Another said women should not be allowed to hold public office, and the vote should be one per family and only for families that own property.

FFS ...isn't the dated mentality that departed the shores of 'jolly ole' England' and arrived on the shores of the America's and off loaded?   WOW.  Shocked

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Post by WhoseYourWolfie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:39 pm

eddie wrote:
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Why do I need to question the motives of a site?
It's an article.

Unlike most of you, I'm not tied to the left or right - so I have the luxury and freedom of choosing what I read and what I post.
Not my fault some of you won't look past your own noses.

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WHAT A LOAD of self-serving apologist b/s...

"..not tied to left or right - "..

Yeh, right !
Only beholden to conspiracy, sham health, neo-nazi/white supremacist and alternative 'truth' websites and blogs for nearly all of your ridiculous finds..

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Post by nicko on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:43 pm

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:59 pm

eddie wrote:....Says the man who posts endless threads about atheism.  


Why do I need to question the motives of a site?
It's an article.

Unlike most of you, I'm not tied to the left or right - so I have the luxury and freedom of choosing what I read and what I post.
Not my fault some of you won't look past your own noses.

How on earth are threads on athiesm in poor tatse in comparability to a murder and child rape, you just tried to compare with some far right drivel?

Goodness sake, stop smoking the crack woman

Again this is racist bullshit and you post it up without a single care to the fact its insulting and disgusting

have a bloody word with yourself

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:11 pm

Wind your bobbin up.

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:12 pm

eddie wrote:Wind your bobbin up.

Wind your neack in, you arer bang out of order posting this shit

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:13 pm

Well I definitely know you're not watching that video

What you scared of?

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:15 pm

eddie wrote:Well I definitely know you're not watching that video

What you scared of?

You mean listen, I do not need to watch her hold a mic do I and you should apologise for posting this shit

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:16 pm

But you haven't watched it so how do you know what you're arguing about?

Let me know when you've watched it.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:17 pm

eddie wrote:But you haven't watched it so how do you know what you're arguing about?

Let me know when you've watched it.

I am listening to it, stop being such a dummy trying to divert here or are you a closet racist?

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Syl on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:17 pm

Tragic as Jo Cox's death is, it has been used wrongly imo to bolster up the 'remain ' vote.
This article it timed to tarnish her image.......it may be true or it may be exaggerated, but it's been published just in time to sway folk back to vote 'leave'.

Some people are a bit simple and believe everything they read without question ....so both tactics could work.

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:21 pm

Especially seeing the poor girl was abused between 2009 - 2011 and the men were in custody long before Jo became and MP.

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Guest on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:30 pm

Didge wrote:
eddie wrote:Wind your bobbin up.
Wind your neack in, you arer bang out of order posting this shit
WOW...you are on a tirade {not that that in anyway is out of YOUR NORMAL} but this is a community and this was an article that Eddie found interesting and as she stated in her lead in post {something that you've obviously neglected to READ} ...she's every right to place it here for discussion. 
NO ONE FORCES YOU TO DRIBBLE YOUR VILE RANTS INTO EVERY POST
Now that anyone you chose to /harangue and stalk ...lately it appears that Eddie has become the focus of your vile/finite attention.  She is a member - she is a moderator and you have an obvious BURR IMBEDDED UP YOUR WAZZOOOO and now your grudge and continued attacking is ruining many a thread! 
BACK OFF YOU VILE BASTARD ...enough; weren't you well on your way to stomping out of here because your didn't get your way? 
So when is that departure going to happen! 
I may throw a Bon Voyage party

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:35 pm

4EVER2 wrote:
Didge wrote:
Wind your neack in, you arer bang out of order posting this shit
WOW...you are on a tirade {not that that in anyway is out of YOUR NORMAL} but this is a community and this was an article that Eddie found interesting and as she stated in her lead in post {something that you've obviously neglected to READ} ...she's every right to place it here for discussion. 
NO ONE FORCES YOU TO DRIBBLE YOUR VILE RANTS INTO EVERY POST
Now that anyone you chose to /harangue and stalk ...lately it appears that Eddie has become the focus of your vile/finite attention.  She is a member - she is a moderator and you have an obvious BURR IMBEDDED UP YOUR WAZZOOOO and now your grudge and continued attacking is ruining many a thread! 
BACK OFF YOU VILE BASTARD ...enough; weren't you well on your way to stomping out of here because your didn't get your way? 
So when is that departure going to happen! 
I may throw a Bon Voyage party


PMSL, so you are defending the article that Eddie posted then by defneding her

Good to know and that you will back people even when they post tripe

Thanks for your epic rant and that you defend now racism as well to add to your long list of silliness

Laughing

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Guest on Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:07 pm

Right, Didgey-dooer; justify that rap upon your ignorant forehead however you feel necessary - you always do!
DUCK  &  DODGE - never apologize for your sordid/horrible behavior ...it's what you do - it's what your well known for - and you excel at it!

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:09 pm

4EVER2 wrote:Right, Didgey-dooer; justify that rap upon your ignorant forehead however you feel necessary - you always do!
DUCK  &  DODGE - never apologize for your sordid/horrible behavior ...it's what you do - it's what your well known for - and you excel at it!


yes we all know you have a potty mouth, you do not like me and want me banned.

Boo hoo

Get used to it, I am here to stay

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:29 pm

Didge wrote:
4EVER2 wrote:
Didge wrote:
Wind your neack in, you arer bang out of order posting this shit
WOW...you are on a tirade {not that that in anyway is out of YOUR NORMAL} but this is a community and this was an article that Eddie found interesting and as she stated in her lead in post {something that you've obviously neglected to READ} ...she's every right to place it here for discussion. 
NO ONE FORCES YOU TO DRIBBLE YOUR VILE RANTS INTO EVERY POST
Now that anyone you chose to /harangue and stalk ...lately it appears that Eddie has become the focus of your vile/finite attention.  She is a member - she is a moderator and you have an obvious BURR IMBEDDED UP YOUR WAZZOOOO and now your grudge and continued attacking is ruining many a thread! 
BACK OFF YOU VILE BASTARD ...enough; weren't you well on your way to stomping out of here because your didn't get your way? 
So when is that departure going to happen! 
I may throw a Bon Voyage party


PMSL, so you are defending the article that Eddie posted then by defneding her

Good to know and that you will back people even when they post tripe

Thanks for your epic rant and that you defend now racism as well to add to your long list of silliness

Laughing

Are you calling me racist?

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:35 pm

eddie wrote:
Didge wrote:


PMSL, so you are defending the article that Eddie posted then by defneding her

Good to know and that you will back people even when they post tripe

Thanks for your epic rant and that you defend now racism as well to add to your long list of silliness

Laughing

Are you calling me racist?


Well I am certainly questioning your motives for posting white supremacist material Eddie

I can forgive the fact you simply again did not research the site

But if you knew, well, what can i say

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Re: The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Post by eddie on Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:05 pm

What a silly human you are at times.
I've got no need for your shitty issues to become my issues.


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