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Thomas Mair - cel arestat pentru uciderea deputatei laburiste Jo Cox are un lung istoric de boli mentale, trăia singur de 20 de ani ajuta la o librărie şi era grădinar cu ziua. Nu e înregimentat politic cum încearcă să mintă presa progresistă
În loc să se spună că un bolnav mintal care a fost deseori internat la spitalele de nebuni a făcut o crimă odioasă, presa progresistă prezintă lucrurile în felul următor: "albii radicalizați care doresc ieșirea Marii Britanie din UE au trecut la crime".
Adevărul e următorul:
"Tommy Mair is a former patient of the Mirfield-based Pathways Day Centre for adults with mental illness"
Întrebarea pe care orice om normal ar trebui să şi-o pună este: unde erau în acel moment bodyguarzii care trebuiau să asigure securitatea parlamentarei? Unde era poliția locală ştiut fiind faptul că parlamentara participa la un eveniment local ce avea loc la o librărie? S-au evaporat brusc toți? Martorii spun că parlamentara a zăcut pe caldarâm câteva minute fără ca nimeni să intervină. Martorii se temeau de atacator iar poliția și bodyguarzii au fost inexistenți.
Foto: Bolnav Mintal sau Extremist Fanatic pentru Ieșirea Marii Britanie din UE ? Depinde ce ziar citiți. Dar înainte să citiți Hotnews mai uitați-Vă odată la fotografie după care verificați şi veți vedea că Hotnews nu vă spune că omul a fost internat la nebuni.
Thomas Mair, 52 de ani - cel arestat pentru uciderea deputatei laburiste Jo Cox are un lung istoric de boli mentale scrie The Sun.
Thomas Mair trăia singur de 20 de ani. El ajuta la librăria unde s-a produs crima şi mai lucra şi ca grădinar cu ziua. Atât fratele său vitreg cât şi vecinii au declarat că el nu e înregimentat politic şi că nu era un fanatic politic de nici un fel.
Presa progresistă a şi făcut din el un membru al grupării britanice "Britain First" ' grupare anti-imigranți şi care susține ieșirea Marii Britanii din UE.
Un martor mincinos contrazis de toți ceilalți martori a afirmat că ucigaşul ar fi urlat la locul faptei "Britain First" -scrie Daily Mail. Minciuna odată lansată a fost amplificată şi propagată de întreaga presă progresistă mondială.
Progresiştii agresivi de la The Guardian, cunoscând dictonul latin "Testis unus, Testis nullus" ("Un singur martor echivaleaza cu nici un martor"), au fost singurii care au plusat şi au ridicat "la doi", numărul martorilor care l-ar fi auzit strigând 'Britain First'. De ce nu l-or fi auzit şi ceilalți martori spunând asta, dintre care unii erau mai bine plasați, va rămâne "unul dintre misterele progresiste ale acestei crime", ca să nu spunem direct că e o manipulare ordinară.
Poliția nu a confirmat deocamdată că ucigaşul a pronunțat această expresie la locul faptei, dar un martor a afirmat în fața presei că a auzit respectivele cuvinte. Însă alți martori nu au menționat în declarațiile lor că ar fi auzit așa ceva.
Confuzia este amplificată de declarația martorului, care a afirmat că a văzut scena și a auzit atacatorul strigând "Britain first", dar apoi a revenit asupra declarației sale, susținând că de fapt nu a fost la fața locului și că nu cunoaște pe nimeni care să fi auzit această expresie atribuită atacatorului.
Iată cum crima unui descreierat, bolnav mintal, e politizată şi manipulată de progresişti împotriva votanților care votează pentru ieșirea Marii Britanii din UE. Va urma o politizare masivă a crimei în zilele care au rămas până la referendum.
Campania pentru referendum a fost suspendata
Anuntul mortii deputatei a antrenat stoparea campaniei pentru referendumul privind Brexitul, dominata in ultimele zile de avansul partizanilor parasirii UE.
Impactul asupra campaniei va depinde de ancheta politiei, care va trebui sa determine eventualul caracter politic al agresiunii.
Suntem siguri că crima va avea un "caracter politic" pentru ca opinia publică să fie "oripilată de criminalii fanatici care vor cu prețul unor crime să scoată Marea Britanie din paradisul numit UE" şi pentru ca să voteze "în cunoştință de cauză la referendumul se pe 23 iunie"
O manipulare politică la fel de puturoasă a avut loc şi în România unde unii au manipulat şi manipulează în mod odios pentru propriul lor folos politic moartea celor de la Colectiv . Probabil Iohannis va declara pe 24 iunie că "Au trebuit să moară oameni pentru ca Marea Britanie să rămână în UE". Sau poate e momentul să o zică acum David Cameron. Manipularea emoțională a electoratului cu crime, cu morți şi cu răniți este una dintre cele mai puternice arme politice de manipulare a electoratului.
The Sun - HE WAS JUST TOMMY' ‘Mental illness’ of loner arrested over murder of MP Jo Cox
Thomas Mair, 52, described as a “loner” by locals on Yorkshire council estate where he had lived for 40 years
THE man arrested over the murder of Jo Cox was last night revealed to be a “quiet loner” with a history of mental illness.
Tommy Mair, 52, who lived alone following the death of his nan 20 years ago, was said to have been on medication and receiving psychotherapy for prolonged periods.
Thomas Mair was described by neighbours as a 'loner' following the shooting of MP Jo Cox on Thursday
Thomas Mair was described by neighbours as a ‘loner’ following the shooting of MP Jo Cox on Thursday
The MP for Batley and Spen had been holding a surgery for her constituents when she was attacked by a gunman
The MP for Batley and Spen had been holding a surgery for her constituents when she was attacked by a gunman
His half-brother Duane St Louis, 41, said the suspect was obsessed with personal hygiene. He added: “He was always cleaning himself. He cleaned himself with Brillo pads.”
Neighbours said Mair worked as a volunteer gardener, as well as helping at the library where Mrs Cox was killed. He had lived in the same council estate semi in Birstall, West Yorks, for 40 years.
Locals described him as “very quiet, but very helpful”. But both they and Mair’s relatives said he was not politically-minded
What else do we know about him?
According to a newspaper report about volunteering, published in the Huddersfield Examiner in 2011, Mair used to volunteer at Oakwell Hall country park in Birstall and is a former patient of the Mirfield-based Pathways Day Centre for adults with mental illness.
In his interview with the paper he referred to his mental health issues as he explained that he felt volunteering "has done me more good than all the psychotherapy and medication in the world".
Mair was quoted as saying: "Many people who suffer from mental illness are socially isolated and disconnected from society, feelings of worthlessness are also common, mainly caused by long-term unemployment."
Neighbours have described Mair as a "loner" who liked gardening but "kept himself to himself".
David Pickles, who has lived near Mair since 1975 said he "still can't believe" Mair has been arrested and that he did not know of any connection between his neighbour and Ms Cox.
He's just quiet. He kept himself to himself. He lived by himself. He's been on his own for about 20 years.
– DAVID PICKLES, NEIGHBOUR
Another neighbour, who did not want to be named, said they had known him since they were young and were "shocked" at the news. He was a bit of a loner. It's a bit of a shock - he did everyone's gardens. I can't say a wrong word about him, he was so quiet. It's come as a shock to everybody.
The picture that emerged of the man known as Tom or Tommy from those who knew him best was of a quiet and caring loner. His half brother, who is mixed race, claimed he had been volunteering at a school for children with disabilities for several years and had never expressed any racist views.
Duane St Louis, 41, described his brother as a devoted son who shopped for their mother twice a week and who had visited her on Wednesday night to help tune her TV.
Mair grew up not with his mother, Mary, but his maternal grandmother, Helen, who died in 1996. The pair lived in a semi-detached house on the Fieldhead estate in Birstall, 15 minutes walk up the hill from where Cox was killed.
St Louis said his brother lived alone after their grandmother’s death and had never married or had children. He had not had a girlfriend for years. “He had one girlfriend when he was younger but his mate took her off him and he said he didn’t want another one,” said St Louis.
Despite Mair living in the same house for at least 40 years, his neighbours told the Guardian they knew little about him.
They said he was quiet and polite, volunteering to do their gardens and offering horticultural tips as he passed down Lowood Lane on his regular strolls into Birstall to use the computers at the library.
It is believed he had mental health problems and was quoted as praising a particular passage of care he had undertaken in the past.
In 2011, he was photographed by the local paper volunteering in nearby Oakwell Hall country park. The previous year he was quoted in the Huddersfield Daily Examiner, saying he had begun volunteering after attending Pathways Day Centre for adults with mental health problems.
“I can honestly say it has done me more good than all the psychotherapy and medication in the world,” he said. “Many people who suffer from mental illness are socially isolated and disconnected from society, feelings of worthlessness are also common, mainly caused by long-term unemployment.
“All these problems are alleviated by doing voluntary work. Getting out of the house and meeting new people is a good thing, but more important in my view is doing physically demanding and useful labour.
“When you have finished there is a feeling of achievement which is emotionally rewarding and psychologically fulfilling. For people for whom full-time, paid employment is not possible for a variety of reasons, voluntary work offers a socially positive and therapeutic alternative.”
Talking outside his house in Dewsbury on Thursday, St Louis said he couldn’t believe the news. “I was watching Sky News and I recognised him in handcuffs on the ground,” he said. “It felt like a dream. I just couldn’t believe he’d do something like that.
“I phoned my mum and she was watching too. She tried to phone his mobile but couldn’t get through and she knew something was up.”
He insisted his brother had never expressed any racist views and seemed fine to have a mixed-race sibling. Asked whether he had any strong political views, St Louis said: “Not that I know of.” He said he had no idea how Mair had got hold of a gun and did not have any hobbies that would require a firearms licence.
The men have another brother, Scott Mair 49, who told reporters he had wept when he heard about the killing. He said: “I am struggling to believe what has happened. My brother is not violent and is not all that political. I don’t even know who he votes for. He has a history of mental illness, but he has had help.”
On the Fieldhead estate, neighbours said Mair appeared perfectly normal on Thursday. One mother and daughter said they had seen him stroll past their house at around 12.30pm, 25 minutes before Cox was shot and stabbed. “I looked out of the window at about 12.30 and he walked past carrying his bag, wearing a cap. He looked perfectly calm and normal,” said Emma John, 30. Her mother, Kathleen Cooke, said he did not seem particularly agitated.
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