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Jo Cox Psy-Op Thomas Mair Is A Flake

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posted on Nov, 19 2016 @ 02:09 AM

Thomas Mair was armed with British-made hollow-point rifle bullets more commonly used to kill vermin when he murdered MP Jo Cox . . .

. . . modified .22 calibre Weihrauch rifle found in the holdall. The bolt-action gun had had its shoulder stock and all but 4cm of its barrel removed, Mr Horne said. This, jurors heard, would have made the now 29cm (12-inch) weapon fireable with one hand, but decreased the penetrating power of the resulting shot - perhaps accounting for why the two shots to Mrs Cox's head failed to penetrate her skull.

I suspect he modified the weapon himself. It looks like it's been done by someone with the mind of a child.

The shortness of the barrel allowed the propellant gasses to escape reducing the effectiveness of the weapon. There is a way to use these that causes death. He didn't use it that way.

I can't take anyone seriously if they take Thomas Mair seriously. His choice of gun and how to use it shows he isn't mentally competent. His supposed political motives could just as easily have been a nagging mother or a bullying co-worker.

Now I see the story unfolding it bears all the hallmarks of an anti-gun ownership psy-op, amongst other things. Catcher In The Rye would have been a bit too obvious so they used a Flake.

Today the court heard Mair may have calmly eaten a Cadbury's Flake (left) before carrying out the murder Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

edit on 19 11 2016 by Kester because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 19 2016 @ 03:37 AM
a reply to: Kester

Looks like he has some Salt and Vinegar crisps, drank some e-cig vaping liquid and wiped his nose with a tissue if that picture is to believed. Chocolate and Potato ........ not my ideal combination

posted on Nov, 19 2016 @ 03:40 AM
a reply to: Kester

His choice of gun and how to use it shows he isn't mentally competent

yup - because yeah - murdering politicians is the ` gold standard ` measure of mental competance

and sometimes a bar of chocolate = just a bar of chocolate - using it to " build " a alledged conspiracy is the pinacle of pop-psychology over-reach

posted on Nov, 19 2016 @ 04:31 AM
a reply to: Kester


Its not as if Britain is awash with easily grabbed options on a budget, firearms wise. I mean sure, its possible to pick up all manner of prohibited or controlled equipment, if you know where to look for it, who to ask, the right phone numbers. But realistically speaking, if his aim was to kill, then all he had to do was find an option he could lay his hands on, and that is what he did.

I think it is important to understand something about Thomas Mair. He may not be particularly efficient, may not have been particularly well equipped to commit the murder he committed, and he may be the least criminally sophisticated murderer there has been for some time, but that does not mean he is a flake. What it means is that we should all be experiencing a wake up call at the moment. The total failures we see walking around, hating on folks and dirtying the name of our country by chanting it as part of a nationalist movement, do not have to be hideously sophisticated in order to pose a threat to life, limb, and liberty.

posted on Nov, 20 2016 @ 09:15 PM

Today the court heard Mair may have calmly eaten a Cadbury's Flake (left) before carrying out the murder

How do they know he calmly ate it? For all we know he may have ripped open the wrapper with his teeth and ravenously tore into that Flake bar with all the calmness of a werewolf tearing it's prey to shreds with pieces of it all over his face. Then he cleaned up his face with the tissue we see in the photo. That makes more sense... Otherwise, if he ate it calmly, where does the tissue fit in to the narrative?

WHERE, I ask?! Unless... Are they implying that he used the tissue to um... Clean out and lube the barrel of his "gun"..?. And That's why he was so calm, eating that Flake? Is that what they are saying, without coming right out and saying it?

Why the unecessary descriptor "calmly"? Why not just say he may have eaten a Flake before committing the murder? Are they trying to paint him as an unhinged psychopath, like "what kind of human being could, one minute, be calmly sitting there enjoying something as sweet and innocent as a Cadbury Flake bar, and next minute they're spraying bullets all over the place and taking lives!" as if it makes it worse somehow...

Yeah, not only did he kill that lady, but i hear that just before that, the cheeky bastard had the nerve to eat a candy bar! I bet he didnt even brush his teeth after... the maniac is just asking for cavities! I was about to have some sympathy for the lad, but after that last part with the candy bar? Lock im up and throw away the key!

Throw that key in the firey pits of Mordor, where they threw the ring from Lord of the Rings... Throw it in the same steel smelting vat where they lowered the Terminator at the end of T2 Judgement Day, but the kid had to push the button to lower him down into the molten metal, and kill his only father figure he ever had, because the Terminator isnt programmed to be able to "self-terminate". Trap it in one of those mirror things from... Superman 2? And throw it out into outer space where it will be trapped inside the mirror thing and lost forever... Cut off the head of medusa, and make medusa look at the key, so it turns to stone... Wait, that might not work... A stone key might still unlock him out of his dungeon.. Ok take the stone key, and give it to that guy from neverending story that is made of rocks and eats rocks, the RockBiter, and he will eat the key and digest it and turn it into a poo. Then, for good measure, take the stone key poo, and toss it into your basic black hole from any sci-fi movie with black holes...

posted on Nov, 20 2016 @ 09:27 PM
Whats a flake, in uk slang? Over here is basically just means an airhead/bimbo/ditz, or, someone who can't be counted on might be known as flakey, or a flake, also can be used as a verb, as in the following example... "Yeah, Kathy was supposed to meet us for her supervised visit with Johnathan, but, unsurprisingly, she flaked out on us once again... Must be having a 'white christmas' at her house this year. (this was back when coc aine was still a big thing, back in the early to mid 90s)"

Are you basically saying hes an idiot who coukd not have masterminded this plan, or...?

posted on Nov, 25 2016 @ 12:52 PM
a reply to: 3n19m470

It seems the whole thing is a fake. One coincidence is that the allegedly murdered woman's husband took their young children under the bows of a protesting fisherman's boat the day before. As if he was trying to sacrifice the children for the Brexit cause. Next day the alleged killing.

This trial would have made judges of old turn in their graves. What, no defence? Not a word from the accused, not even as to whether he was guilty or not? No sign of any dead body? Was it hacked to death and no drop of blood to be seen? I heard the jury being told that they could not be shown photos of the actual corpse, because it might upset them, and instead would only be shown computer-generated images. ‘Habeus corpus,’ a most basic concept of British justice, translates as, ‘have you got the body?’ That is necessary for a murder trial to proceed. In this case we have seen no pictures of Jo cox’s dead body, nor any credible-looking death certificate from a coroner or receipt from Leeds General Infirmary of receipt of the body, somewhere around 1.40 on 16.6.16. There is no body, there is no blood. Trial and verdict via media had totally prejudged the case before the court even opened.
edit on 25 11 2016 by Kester because: (no reason given)

Here you get a glimpse of them at 1:10. You can see the children crouched in the front of the inflatable. He was using his boat to aggressively get under the bows of the legitimate protest boats.

He also got sacked from a major charity for molesting women. And she supposedly campaigned for women's rights? It's a twisted mess.

On Saturday, it was revealed that Brendan Cox, director of policy and advocacy, has resigned from Save the Children following complaints by female staff members of inappropriate behaviour. -ngo

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