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Notts Casual Infidels Post Investigated For Supporting Murder of MP Jo Cox

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The presence of Islamophobic hate pages on Facebook and other social media platforms has been noted by Loonwatch and others for quite some time; recall Garibaldi’s expose on SIOA, the mother of all Islamophobic hate pages. These incubators of hate are where the anti-Muslim/anti-Left messaging, including violence is nurtured and disseminated to a wide audience of like-minded individuals.

Police are now investigating a Nottingham based hate group calling itself Notts Casual Infidels that stated that the murder of MP Jo Cox was an indicator of them “taking it to the next level.”

Nottingham Post

Police have said they are investigating a far right campaign group’s social media post following the death of MP Jo Cox.

The Notts Casual Infidels group has since deleted its Facebook post, which carried a link to a Guardian article following the story after news broke of the 41-year-old mother’s death.

Mrs Cox was killed by gun shots and stab wounds.

A spokesman for Nottinghamshire Police, said: “We are aware of social media posts commenting on the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox which appear to have been attributed to a group claiming to be from Nottinghamshire, and our enquiries with regard this social media activity are on-going.”

The post, which was later deleted due to criticism from anti-fascist campaign groups and Facebook users, said: “We knew it was only a matter of time before we take it to the next level. We have been mugged off for Far to (sic) long.”

Spokesman Jamie-Ray Upton told the Post the Facebook update “came across wrong”.

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  • ShunTheRightWhale

    The West has been meddling with the Near East since the fall of the Ottoman Empire. For some territories nationalism worked well, for others not. The borders were drawn many cases by Westeners, most of the time the West follows a opportunistic political course (centered on fossil oil and the cementation of the political status quo). Since the Arab Spring I got the impression when there are no authoritarian governments around, people favor arch-conservative Islamic politics. I think these countries are like South America or to a lesser extent Southern Europe (which wasn’t the playground of the U.S. like Latin America) in the second half of the 20th century. They need their time to grow functioning political organs, but when there’s a fire like the IS burning, that’s difficult. The West never had a solid plan for the region, but did not systematically suppress it, they were merely shortsighted and ignorant, including the American wars of recent history. Western countries managed to transform their crumbling empires into relationships of economical dependence, but only after two devastating World Wars and the looming danger of nuclear annihilation they were forced out of their nationalisms into the necessity of some minimal cooperation (just in Western Europe). But look, the Brexit is a new reality, and all the idiocy of the good old days resurges!

  • George Carty

    You’re forgetting that the Arab Spring toppled dictators whose countries had not been visited recently by US militarism – some of those dictators (Ben Ali, Mubarak) were pro-Western, while others (Gaddafi) were anti-Western.

    If the West is to blame for Syria, it is probably primarily for its contributions to climate change rather than for its policies of regime change in Iraq.

  • George Carty

    Avoiding the US/UK invasion of Iraq wouldn’t have prevented the civil war in Syria. And many of the migrants in Europe aren’t Syrian refugees (there are also economic migrants from Kosova, Serbia and a range of sub-Saharan African countries, and refugees from Eritrea).

    Tony Blair’s government had a bigger hand in the disaster of June 23rd 2016, in that it actively encouraged British consulates in Eastern Europe to help locals find work in the UK, as well as feeding the UK house price bubble for electoral advantage (which of course starved productive UK businesses of investment).

  • (((Reynardine)))

    There is reason for him to be worried about the Mexican air force, if these allegations about a “disappeared” 12-year-old girl named Maria are true:

    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/10619944.html

    It would be like him to turn it around and say “they” are rapists and murderers.

  • (((Reynardine)))

    And, y’know what? If Tony Bliar hadn’t conspired with W. to wage a war of conquest and establish an Anglo-American Oil Raj, these poor people wouldn’t be migrants.

  • (((Reynardine)))

    Meanwhile, for a fraction of the cost, you can go to Winn-Dixie, Publix, or a like emporium and buy some cans of Chef Boyardee and order a nice collection of time-tested, open- pollinated vegetable seeds from Pinetree Garden, Burpee, or Shumway’s.

  • (((Reynardine)))

    I regretfully inform our Moozlamic readers that the cheeto-faced, ferret-wearing shotgibbon is not focused solely on you. He is worried about attacks from the Mexican air force:

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/06/30/unstable-trump-rails-jokes-mexico-attacking.html

  • George Carty

    It’s a warning of the power of the tabloid press (the UK’s equivalent of Fox News):

    http://www.antipope.org/charlie/pix/Express-cover-montage.jpg

  • golden izanagi

    I just find this crap hilarious because I get the feeling that once the pay for their “survival food” sales comes in bakker and his friends will probably be booking spa trips and buying shining new Ferrari’s.

  • (((Reynardine)))

    I expect that Wiles is secretly afraid that once agents of the Moozlamic Empire teach Americans what actual food tastes like, he won’t be able to sell his lousy survival rations any more.

  • golden izanagi
  • (((Reynardine)))

    The bloodthirsty mess that is breaking out in England is a warning to us all as to what happens when… er… cockwombles… get power by playing to the basest feelings of the electorate.

  • (((Reynardine)))

    Scotland the Brave:

  • golden izanagi

    I would like to think they already suffer from a virus which I would call “stupidity”. Thankfully this is a virus that can be fought off with intelligence, basic research, and binge watching my little pony.

  • mindy1

    Ewww D:

  • (((Reynardine)))

    I would be content with one that causes the livers of mean people generally to turn green and fall out.

  • mindy1

    Why can’t there be a virus that only kills extremists, both left and right wing?

  • (((Reynardine)))

    We had a character calling himself Fee Fi Fo Fum over on Hatewatch talking exactly like that. I wonder if he was one.

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