Sunday, June 4, 2017

Remember Theo Van Gogh?

The killing of Theo Van Gogh was one of the early atrocities that provoked public horror at Jihaders in our midst.

An outspoken film-maker, Theo van Gogh, was shot dead by a 26-year-old Dutch-born Muslim last Tuesday. 

Since then a series of public figures have been threatened with death by Islamic extremists. 

And doesn't this sound an awful lot like that attack?

Brendan Cox: ‘It would be easy to be consumed by fury and hatred and bile’

Thomas Mair, a 52-year-old Nazi sympathiser incensed by Jo’s support for refugees, had calmly approached the MP outside her constituency surgery in the Yorkshire village of Birstall, shot her with a sawn-off shotgun, pulled her to the ground and stabbed her repeatedly with a dagger. 

A 77-year-old pensioner who tried to stop him was stabbed. Cox’s last words were to her two assistants: “Get away, let him hurt me, don’t let him hurt you!” 

Mair’s last words, after shooting her twice more, were: “Britain first. Britain will always come first.”

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