A Tribute to Jo Cox Murdered Yorkshire MP

Jo Cox Mother Wife Humanitarian MP

Jo Cox, Mother, Wife, Humanitarian, MP


Jo Cox, the murdered Yorkshire MP, believed passionately in human rights. She campaigned for Syrian refugees, fought for the poor and needy, challenged hate in politics and cared for the environment.

“Jo believed in a better world and she fought for it every day of her life with an energy, and a zest for life that would exhaust most people. She would have wanted two things above all else to happen now, one that our precious children are bathed in love and two, that we all unite to fight against the hatred that killed her.” – Husband Brendan Cox

She served her constituents and loved her family. Now she is dead. Taken without mercy by a crazed gunman who made sure the job was done by knifing her multiple times as well. He is vermin of the worst kind, inhuman, a coward.

People like Jo don’t come by the dozen, but she will be missed by thousands, if not millions. Rest in peace Jo and love to your family.

An appeal for Jo’s favourite charities: https://www.gofundme.com/jocox


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3 thoughts on “A Tribute to Jo Cox Murdered Yorkshire MP

  1. RIP Jo and I hope her family are able to find a way to get through this awful time in their lives, it wont be easy

    I also thought there was more to this than meets the eye, but I dont believe the nut case who killed her tried to disguise himself in any way and was arrested quickly, otherwise in be in my conspiracy mode.

    But then again what do we know of the killer.

    Rip Jo, my thoughts are with your family

  2. It is very sad that someone has been killed in public and we may never know the real reason why that bloke did this, but please don’t bite my head off for the following comment.

    There must be tens if not hundreds of people that are murdered every day, people are abused every day, people are tortured every day, yet they don’t get condolences from Prime ministers or Presidents, the only thing that separates this unfortunate death and the deaths of others is that fact that this person worked as an MP.

    Now the Police are advising other MP’s how to protect themselves, do the police do this to the relatives/friends/co-workers of other people who are murdered?
    Now there is also talk of increasing national security, this will end up with more armed Police on the streets, we are catching up to the Americans.
    I am very sorry if I may have given a bad impression or seem as though I am not bothered, I am, as every single life on this planet is just as precious as the one it may sit or stand next to.

    I just think that there is more to this than meets the eye.

    • +Jason Parker. No, I won’t bite your head of Jason because I agree with your well-reasoned comment. May I suggest there are always exceptions to rules, Jo Cox was a human rights campaigner, down to earth woman who chose politics as a platform for her activism. She was, I believe, one of a rare breed of honest, caring politicos. Rare indeed, most of the politicians paying tribute couldn’t give a toss about her or for what she stood. The Duck Shoot Blog, in some aspects, could be Jo Cox.

      I am not suggesting she would endorse TDS one hundred percent; I know she wouldn’t. No, her principles were similar and sometimes mirrored TDS principles. TDS principles are, of course, my principles. Put another way I would have been proud to have her as a guest writer, whereas no member of Britain First would get a look-in.

      As to “I just think that there is more to this than meets the eye”, yes, I believe that you are right a voice FOR the refugees has been silenced. How sinister is that?