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President Donald Trump retweeted three videos from a far-right British politician purportedly showing Muslims killing one person, beating another and shattering a statue of the Virgin Mary.
Just days before Britain held a referendum on leaving or staying in the European Union (EU), a man yelling “Britain first” stabbed and shot to death a pro-EU and pro-immigrant member of Parliament at a meeting with constituents.
Thomas Mair, alleged killer of British MP Jo Cox, was a longtime supporter of the neo-Nazi National Alliance.
Thomas Mair, the alleged killer of British parliamentarian Jo Cox, published at least two letters in the pro-apartheid magazine South African Patriot In Exile in 1991 and 1999. Mair was a subscriber, according to British media reports.
Thomas Mair, accused of murdering British parliamentarian Jo Cox last week, attended a 2000 meeting of British white supremacists that was aimed at building a leading American neo-Nazi’s white power music empire, Hatewatch has learned.
Trump's Islamophobic foreign-policy adviser had a history of far-right dalliances in Europe after the fall of Communism.
American white nationalists react to the murder of British MP with mixture of delight, slurs, and conspiracy theories.