Evidence That Democracy In The UK Is A Facade

Man Arrested In Connection To Jo Cox Attack

In 2010, the Huddersfield Daily Examiner wrote that Mr Mair had started volunteering at a local park after learning about the opportunity through the Mirfield-based Pathways Day Centre for adults with mental health problems.
He told the newspaper at the time: "I can honestly say it has done me more good than all the psychotherapy and medication in the world. "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.
 My view:

The tragic shooting death of UK MP Jo Cox by a man with mental health issues had triggered a suspension of the Brexit referendum.

Early reports suggested that he yelled "Britain first" before he attacked.

Since then, those reports have been disputed, but have nevertheless led to the suspension.

Given the facts of the Leave campaign gaining ground in polls these past few weeks, we are rather suspicious of the early reports of political motivation.

If one applies logic to the alleged motivation of the attack one is left with even more questions.

Firstly, who benefits from the result?

Answer - the Remain campaign which was well behind in the polls.

Secondly, how does a man with mental health issues obtain a firearm in Britain with its stringent gun ownership laws?

Answer - it would be exceptionally difficult for this man to get a gun.

So if motive is questionable, and means is doubtful, how is it that this tragic event happens on the brink of the referendum?

To this writer, the event seems highly suspect, and the suspension of the campaign seems an affront to the democratic process.  In my view, the beneficiaries are the European Superstate and current government of Britain neither of whom seem supportive of voter choice.