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BNP Posts Jo Cox ‘Muslim’ Slur As Racist Attacks Soar

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(h/t:Mend)

via. The Yorkshire Post

The far-right British National Party has posted leaflets to people living near the West Yorkshire town where Labour MP Jo Cox was killed, accusing her of taking “misguided action” by “helping Muslims”, the Commons has heard.

Labour’s Paula Sherriff said the “horrendous” leaflets, which had gone to her constituents in Dewsbury, said Mrs Cox was wrong to help people who may go on to join Islamic State, also known as Isis.

Mrs Cox was shot and stabbed in Birstall on June 16, a week before the EU referendum.

Former BNP member Jack Buckby is to contest the by-election in the Batley and Spen constituency Mrs Cox represented, despite commitments from the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and Ukip not to field a candidate.

Home Office Minister Karen Bradley committed to meeting Ms Sherriff to discuss the “utterly unacceptable” leaflets and to look at what “specific action” can be taken against the BNP.

Reports of hate crime have soared by 57% in the wake of the Brexit vote, according to the National Police Chiefs Council.

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  • mindy1

    Why do I have a feeling that things are about to get very ugly?

  • Bahubali

    Although it is unrelated but I take the liberty to express my views here that I feel t’was unfortunate that Britain exited EU giving rise to the feelings of racist motives and also giving speculation a boost in hosting the feeling that t’was all done to stop the Muslim migrants that are surging in great numbers towards EU countries. Britain seemed to be looking for excuses to join the greater EU goal of assimilating the migrants and refugees in some quota system as mutually agreed alongside its EU brethren and the recent surge in racist attacks just highlights the hidden dark patches of its psyche.

  • (((Reynardine)))

    In regards to the ferret-wearing shotgibbon, his sons have been soliciting campaign contribution from Commonwealth and Icelandic legislators, to their disgust and in violation, not only of US election law but probably the Logan Act:

    http://m.dailykos.com/story/2016/6/29/1543544/-UK-Parliament-members-move-forward-to-block-Trump-campaign-emails-due-to-offensive-content

  • (((Reynardine)))

    Actually, that looks mild. The ferret-wearing shotgibbon would probably have accused her of having affairs with them.

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