"Jo Cox was, by all accounts, a fine parliamentarian and a fine woman. She has been taken from her family and her constituents but her death strips something from all of us as well. I cannot recall ever feeling worse about this country and its politics than is the case right now."  writes  Alex Massie in a blog "A Day of Infamy", the text of which I copied in the attached document. 

As he rightly argues,even lone lunatics, like the man who murdered Jo Cox, don't live in a bubble.They are influenced by outside events, like Nikel Farage's BREAKING POINT.

Calling the In/Out Referendum was an irresponsible political act even more after this day of Infamy. Only one answer by David Cameron would do justice: STOP THE CAMPAIGN AND CANCEL THE REFERENDUM! 

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Frans A.M. Alting von Geusau


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