January 29, 2018 at 10:54 am #852038
Mortensen is a fascinating character – Oxford, Yale University [Maurice R Greenberg World Fellow programme graduate, where future “world leaders” are fed royal jelly] ex chief global officer for Change.org, ex-executive director of Crisis Action, more world change…
[where is this world change coming from?] recipienbt of the 2013 Skoll award for Social entrepreneurship [Skoll founded in Silicon Valley by Canadian Jeffrey Skoll
Here’s Gemma back at the Skoll in 2017 with….Brendan Cox
Pay attention to the comment from “A” below the video. By participating in this More in Common nonsense, Gemma is propping up the psy-op.
@4.02 to Brendan “What do you think’s going on?”
Well, it’s a question we here at Fakeolist would love to know the answer to as we observe the continual media promotion of fake events and hoaxes but we’re not going to get it from this clowns and steerers.
And now she’s just been to Davos, another opportunity to get the offical Jo Cox narrative out. Such people are too clever to be conned. They are integral to the hoaxes, gatekeepers first class. “Global Goals” “We” This is very worrying.
I wonder if she’s in touch with Jo.
PS It gets worse – a further Skoll video shows Tim Dixon [beside Gemma and Brendan] states that the defining moment for the more-in-common impetus [post Syria Campaign/White Helmets..] was the fake Aylan Kurdi photo. [@4.00] Well well well. These are true Tavistockians.
January 31, 2018 at 5:13 pm #852057
At 11.03 in the above video, Brendan has to mention the “murder” of his wife Jo. And he appears to break into a big duping smile as he pauses. He also says he worked with Mortensen at Crisis Action.
Mortensen is indeed central to this psy-op, the ‘more in common” mantra having been laid out within hours of the “attack” on this hitherto unknown MP,
"We have far more in common than that divides us." The words of Labour MP Jo Cox.https://t.co/ekQ3FQ7wFf
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) June 16, 2016
And the Trafalgar Square tribute bash was organised and mounted within 5 days, one of the key promoters being….Mortensen. Indeed, it seems to have been in the bag within two days! Amazing. As if they pre-planned it.
? Friends of Jo’s who have helped to organise the event will address the crowd: Gemma Mortensen, Mabel van Oranje, Nick Grono, Tim Dixon and Kirsty McNeill. [who became initially directors of the Jo Cox Foundation before Gemma and Tim formed the offshoot More in Common.
And straight to the Guardian after the “trial” of Tommy Mair for quotes
After her brilliant first at Oxford, [more in common with the tiny Oxbridge educated liberal elite than the great unwashed mass….] Mortensen goes to…
EIUC – European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation
Master’s Degree, Human Rights and Democratisation
2001 – 2002
The EUIC is a fascinating outfit, headquarters in Venice, and is
a unique network of one hundred universities around the world seeking to advance human rights and democracy education.
That would be the human rights and migration industry of Jo Cox et al I wonder what the long term goal of these opinion shapers is.
funny, but in 2017 Brendan says he can’t even talk to his friends about his feelings..
So what is the purpose of the psy-op?
Holding multiple prizes and honors for her work in social change, Gemma was responsible for the global projects of the digital platform Change.org before now co-founding the organization More in Common. In a recent research on the rise of populism, she shared that there are in fact differences in the traits of the conservative and the progressive mind. Aiming to bring differences together instead of observing an increasingly growing societal gap, Gemma believes in creating experiences that give space for exchange and using technology as a catalyst for social change.
All the four M-i-C directors have full bios at the Skoll Foundation
Our vision is to live in a sustainable world of peace & prosperity.
and make sure the idiots vote the rights way. Who else is lauded by the Skoll?
Our good friend Bono
He’s a Skoll “global treasure” award winner [from 7.00]
Meanwhile the “Survivors of staged events” group gathers momentum…
Survivors Against Terror
Jan 30 12:17 ·
In the last 24 hours we have seen an absolutely amazing number of people getting in touch to join us, survivors of Bataclan, 9/11, Tunisia, IRA and many more. Thank you for getting the message out.
hmmmmFebruary 3, 2018 at 5:37 am #852088
More about these shady steerers…
More in Common is recruiting a boss in Germany [which was a key player and recipient in the mass migrations in recent years
More in Common is a new effort to build communities and societies that are stronger, more resilient and more open. The More in Common initiative took shape from work undertaken since 2015 to understand why advanced democracies failed to respond more effectively to the refugee crisis and its impact on domestic politics.
That’s the Manufactured refugee crisis btw, with key participants such as the White helmets, with numerous staged media events, such as the Aylan Kurdi dummy image.
Who really created the “refugee crisis”?
More in Common is a non-profit organisation
incubated by Purpose Europe. Purpose builds and supports movements to advance the fight for an open, just, and habitable world. The co-founders of More in Common are Brendan Cox, Tim Dixon, Mathieu Lefevre **, and Gemma Mortensen.
Purpose Europe?? The purpose being to settle millions of “refugees” from Africa and the Middle East into which the Britain wanting to leave the EU threw a massive spanner….
UK Directors – Tim Dixon and Australian national Jeremy Heimans [resident in the USA]
Here’s the purpose team, I guess most of them are not working in the virtual office in St Ives, Cambridgeshire but in Fifth Avenue NY
Purpose builds and supports movements to advance the fight for an open, just, and habitable world.
We use public mobilization and storytelling to help the leading organizations, activists, businesses, and philanthropies engaged in this fight, and we create campaigning labs and new initiatives that can shift policies and change public narratives when it matters most.
Purpose moves people
to remake the world
Staging events to shift public opinion.
Finally an interview with Jeremy Heimans from six years ago….Dec 2011
I co-founded Avaaz and Get Up, which inspired the creation of Purpose…We launched Purpose in 2009 to be a home for 21st century movement building…. Straight people in the United States are taking actions to support transgendered people in India. Borders are fading, a sense of global identity is emerging and we are doing everything we can to speed this transformation.
We have grown from to become a team of fifty in that time
WTF??? Who’s funding this?
it is structured as a B Corporation, the American legal term for a for-profit company with a social mission. It has a non-profit arm, which incubates protests and accepts donations. This is cross-subsidised by its for-profit arm, which makes money in a variety of ways…..It sells consulting services to big companies such as Google and Audi, and to charities such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union….. Purpose helps online campaigns nudge people along the “commitment curve”. It encourages first-time clickers to do more. Last year, for example, All Out raised a stack of cash in 24 hours to help airlift out of Iraq some gay activists who feared for their lives.
Jan 26th 2013
Like fake deaths “nudging people” to think/behave in a certain way.
We can keep up with the pensees of Mr Lefevre of More in Common here
https://www.facebook.com/mathieu.lefevre.1293February 15, 2018 at 6:24 am #852221
@rgos – are you receiving?
Mabel van Oranje is still a director of the Jo Cox Foundation
[spicy pre-non agreed Dutch-royal-family-marriage life!]
There are some spicy affairs/friendships there pre-marriage….
Mabel rushed into print, along with Gemma Mortensen before Jo Cox was “cold” [i.e. the trail had gone cold] with this gushing tribute
But in 2012, Prince Friso, Mabel’s husband, allegedly died following a skiing accident in Lech, Austria. – hey Feb 17 – just coming up to the sixth anniversary @gaia
I see plenty of tell-tale signs that nobody was buried in any avalanche…after a series of twists and turns, he finally died 18 months later ‘from complications’ followed by a “private funeral”.
The Dutch Royal Family issued a statement on 19 February saying “The Royal Family is very grateful and deeply touched by all expressions of support and sympathy after the ski accident of His Royal Highness Prince Friso. It was a great support for them during this difficult time.”
A prognosis on his health situation was expected within a few days, but this was pushed back to 24 February, a week after his accident. The RVD’s comment remained the same: stable, but critical. On 24 February, an Innsbruck medical team announced that the prince had been buried for 25 minutes, followed by a 50-minute CPR to treat his cardiac arrest. Wolfgang Koller stated that an MRI scan was performed a day earlier revealing little change, however other neurological tests indicated significant damage due to oxygen shortage. It remained unclear whether the prince would ever regain full consciousness. Koller said that the Prince’s family might now look for a rehabilitation institution. On the same day the Dutch Royal Family issued a statement requesting that the privacy of the Prince’s family be respected to enable them to come to terms with his condition.
On 1 March 2012, Prince Friso was transferred to the Wellington Hospital, in London where he and his wife had lived for many years.
On 19 November 2012, it was announced that the prince had started to show some signs of consciousness but it was still not certain whether he would ever wake up, and if he did, in what state.
On 9 July 2013, Prince Friso was moved back to Huis ten Bosch in the Netherlands. It was understood that his coma had then evolved into a minimally conscious state. As he was no longer in need of hospital-level medical care, he stayed with his family for the summer.
Death and funeral
On 12 August 2013, it was announced that Prince Friso had died in Huis ten Bosch due to complications from the accident. He was buried ***on 16 August in the hamlet of Lage Vuursche near Drakesteijn Castle, where he had spent his childhood and where Princess Beatrix returned to live in February 2014. The funeral service, at Stulpkerk church, was strictly private. Members of the public and media could not attend, nor did members of other royal families attend, with the exception of Friso’s godfather, King Harald V of Norway. A ceremony of commemoration was held on 2 November 2013 in the Oude Kerk in Delft.]
The disappearance from the world stage of Michael Schumacher seems to have followed a similar path.
Mabel is still an avid follower of Brendan Cox [Feb 7]
This is so interesting. https://t.co/ihUy4ZNh4d
— Mabel van Oranje (@MabelvanOranje) February 7, 2018
Three days later this unverifiable story appeared in the Daily Mail, but Mabel has not tweeted it, or even defended Brendan.
A new charity sex scandal erupted last night after it emerged that the husband of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox was once accused of groping a senior US government official.
The woman reported Brendan Cox to American police, claiming he assaulted her late at night at Harvard University – although Mr Cox strongly denies the allegation.
Her complaint came soon after Mr Cox quit as a senior executive with the Save The Children in 2015 following separate claims of inappropriate behaviour towards staff.
is this yet another psy-op within a psy-op?
*** very quickly indeed!
Slightly off-topic, but there’s a common thread here – the “death” of the Prince has “More in Common” with the “death” of Jo Cox.February 15, 2018 at 4:59 pm #852228
mmm…mabel van orange, well, well. Love the surname. Van Orange. Very ‘dutch’. Ha.
Interesting. I was just musing regarding Brendon’s sex allegations.
Daily Mail –
”He grabbed her hips, pulled her hair and forced his thumb into her mouth in a sexual way’: Murdered MP Jo Cox’s husband was reported to police over sex assault claim in Harvard bar – nine months before his wife’s death
Woman reported Brendan Cox to U.S. police, claiming he assaulted her late at night at Harvard University in 2015; Mr Cox strongly denies the allegation
In report filed by police, she claims Mr Cox ‘grabbed [the woman] by the hips several times… forced his thumb into her mouth in a sexual way’; ‘touched her inappropriately’ in a restaurant
Complaint came soon after Mr Cox quit as senior exec with Save The Children in 2015 following separate claims of inappropriate behaviour towards staff ”
On the face of it, this really doesn’t look very savoury. Having left Save the Children after similar claims from staff, he was accused of doing it again. All whilst married to his beloved Jo. What does this do for Brendon’s credibility ?
His staff, of course, call the claims spurious.
Is this partly control of Brendon ? The suggestion of –” Stay ‘honest’ or get hung-out ”?
”We can keep this from court, just hang in there”?
Was Brendon a good candidate for the role of Jo Cox’s husband, as he had snakes in his cupboard that could shatter his credibility and was hence controllable ?
I have no idea. I’m just trying to get my head around it. Why are they choosing to
tell me this about Brendon ?
This, of course, comes after the Oxfam staff sex-exploitation expose, which reminded me of the BBC-Saville revelations – an old trusted body in need of a clean-up.
These things serve to (selectively, of course) clean up the institutions of bad culture. It’s perceived harm only making the old body stronger in perceived healing, as it goes forward, purged.
The ‘3 C’s’ Oxfam Logo.
- This reply was modified 3 days, 9 hours ago by Tom Dalpra.
DalTampraFebruary 15, 2018 at 5:51 pm #852230
It’s a fascinating psy-op from top to bottom, Tom.
I don’t get it at all. All I can think is that they were playing happy families before June 2016 but were heading apart. Kids need their mum though.
There has been silence from dad since this tweet, a weak half-term smokescreen –
Taking the kids away for half term nursing a hangover (me not them). Trying to convince them to let me sleep on the train. Not working.
— Brendan Cox (@MrBrendanCox) February 10, 2018
Do you remember the “nanny” who was a very advanturous nanny on Flotilla Day, whom Brendan calls “Jessie” in his book?
A daring nanny. Only strong swimmers need apply. Is she still en emploie? Or just for onboard anti-Brexit activities?
I have no idea where all this is leading.
From the Guardian…
Meanwhile, Brendan Cox, the husband of the murdered MP Jo Cox, has denied claims in America that shortly after he left his post as a senior executive at the charity Save the Children, he assaulted a woman in 2015 during a night out at a bar in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Mail on Sunday reported that a woman had reported Cox to Cambridge police.
A statement issued on his behalf described the claims as “malicious, false and defamatory” and said that he “expressly rejects that any sexual assault took place”. He added that police had never contacted him about the allegation.
More work for m’learned friends, by the sound of it.
The unverifiable [as indeed was the reason for the original Save the Children sudden resignation of Brendan] story from the Mail may even be part of the psy-op. Or, as you say, a collar to keep him in check. Who knows?
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