Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage pours scorn on London Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan

The infiltration of Islam into western cultures continues as they take positions of power and further extend the Muslim reach.

Nigel Farage has accused Sadiq Khan of hypocrisy after the Mayor of London invited ambassadors from countries which impose immigration bans on Israelis to City Hall.

At the meeting the Mayor slammed President Trump’s ‘cruel, prejudiced and counterproductive’ policy of banning immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

But representatives from Bangladesh, Brunei, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Pakistan, Sudan, United Arab Emirates and Yemen – which do not allow entry to Israelis – were all welcomed at the reception last night.

Former UKIP leader Mr Farage branded Mr Khan a hypocrite on Twitter and asked why he ‘did not oppose’ those bans.

It’s like we are living in a parallel universe. ?The media, once the filter on the political hype is busily amplifying the lies because anything that’s anti-Trump is justified. ?Why? ?Because Trump has called the media out as liars, and now it’s all on. Read more »

Nigel Farage New Years Message

Theresa May told to suck up to Nigel Farrage to leverage his Trump friendship


It seems like sensible advice, for Theresa May to suck up to Nigel Farage to get deals with Donald Trump happening.

Theresa May was last night under mounting pressure to give Nigel Farage a role as a go-between with Donald Trump.

Mr Farage posed with the billionaire US president-elect over the weekend ? just days after No 10 rejected reports he could play a formal role in Anglo-American relations.

Last night there were signs of splits at the top of government as one senior Whitehall source told the Prime Minister it would be ‘churlish’ not to take advantage of Mr Farage’s links with Trump.

They said the close connection between Mr Trump and the Ukip leader meant the PM should consider using his expertise.

‘While he is clearly not going to be an official representative, it would be churlish to rubbish him completely,’ the source said.

No 10 dismissed any suggestion of embarrassment over Mr Farage being the first British politician to meet Mr Trump since his victory ? saying they were ‘very relaxed’. ? Read more »

Brexit leads to another high profile resignation


Brexit campaigner and MEP Nigel Farage has announced he is stepping down as leader of UKIP.
?I have never been and I have never wanted to be a career politician,? he said in a speech on Monday morning.

?I couldn?t possibly achieve more than we managed to achieve in the referendum. So I think it?s right that I should stand aside as leader of UKIP.?

Now he had got his country back, Farage said he is ready to get ?his life back.?

Farage, who returned to the leadership almost immediately after resigning from his post in the wake of a disappointing UKIP result at the 2015 general election, has ruled out the possibility of changing his mind once more.

He refrained from backing any particular candidate for the Conservative Party leadership, but said he or she must be a Brexit supporter. Frontrunner Home Secretary Theresa May backed remain, while Andrea Leadsom and Michael Gove are pro-Brexit.

The UK is in a total mess really, and there is no real reason for it.?? They need to, erm, Keep Calm and Carry On.

All they have done is to decide to leave the EU.?? Nothing has actually happened, and it won’t for years to come.? And yet they’re all falling to pieces.

With questionable sincerity, Farage joked it is a ?terribly good idea? for Douglas Carswell, UKIP?s only MP and a fierce critic of Farage, to become the next UKIP leader.

Carswell, who during the referendum campaign attacked Farage for the ?indefensible? posters depicting a mass of immigrants queuing to get into Britain under the heading ?Breaking Point,? reacted to the news by tweeting a smiling emoji wearing sunglasses. Acknowledging that reaction, Farage said, ?Carswell does not often smile, so it?s good to see him pleased.?

Farage is a clever man.? There is nothing to be gained from hanging around.

But the people are going to miss him.? He spoke clearly, from the heart, and he gave a voice to the fears held by many shut down by the PC brigade who would label anyone a racist for wanting to put Britain First.



– RT


An epic speech full of inconvenient truths

Nigel Farage was clearly enjoying his speech. It must have been extremely satisfying after 17 long years to finally achieve his goal. There certainly were boos and jeers in response to his speech but there was also some applause. I suspect the applause is coming from the countries who are going to be next to extricate themselves from the European Union. It seems to me that Britain leaving is like the plug being pulled on a bathtub full of water. There is already downward momentum. It will not be long before the next country runs a referendum and follows suit.

Following Great Britain?s historic?Brexit vote to leave the European Union, British MEP (Member of the European Parliament) and UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage took a stunning victory lap right in front of the very body his party has been working for years to leave.

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Obama to UK: I was just lying when I said a Brexit would be a disaster

Barack Obama is being credited by Nigel Farage for giving them the boost to win the Brexit referendum:

UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage told Breitbart that the visit by President Obama, where he?threatened to send Britain?to the ?back of the queue? if the public?voted to leave the European Union (EU), backfired and caused a ?Brexit Bounce?, swaying Britons?to vote for Brexit.


Asked of any lessons drawn from his own experiences that could be applied during the American presidential elections, Mr. Farage advised:

?Threatening people insults their ?intelligence.

?Don?t threaten people repeatedly because if you do in the end they think you?re crying wolf and they won?t believe you.? It?s Project Fear, or in the end when Obama came it was Project Threat.

Citing Mr. Obama?s visit to the UK at the request of Prime Minister David Cameron:

The lessons learnt from the Obama visit are fascinating.? Here is the most powerful man in the world coming from a country that we have always?had huge regard for. And people in Britain listening to Obama said: ?how dare the American president come here and tell us what to do? and it backfired.

And I think we got an Obama Brexit Bounce, because people do not want to be told?how to think and how to vote.

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Face of the Day

Nigel Farage celebrates as sources call a victory for the Vote Leave campaign screenshot

“The EU is failing, the EU is dying. I hope we’ve knocked the first brick out of the wall, I hope this is the first step towards a Europe of sovereign nation states. Trading together, neighbors together, friends together.”

-UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage

Independence Day in Britain ~
The man who ‘frankly, had the balls’ to demand that the voice of the British people be heard. He has waited 20 years for this moment. Kudos to you, Nigel Farage. Democracy owes a great debt to you, and to your dedicated team. The free world thanks, and salutes, you.


More polls confirming Brexit is likely

More polls have revealed that Brexit is increasingly likely.

Support for leaving the EU is strengthening, with phone and online surveys reporting a six-point lead, according to a pair of Guardian/ICM polls.

Leave now enjoys a 53%-47% advantage once ?don?t knows? are excluded, according to research conducted over the weekend, compared with a 52%-48% split reported by ICM a fortnight ago.

The figures will make grim reading for David Cameron, George Osborne and the Labour party. They follow a fortnight in which immigration became the dominant issue in the referendum campaign, with the publication of official figures showing that net migration had risen to a near-record 333,000 in 2015.

Prof John Curtice of Strathclyde University, who analyses available referendum polling data on his website, noted that after the ICM data, the running average ?poll of polls? would stand at 52% for leave and 48% for remain, the first time leave has been in such a strong position.

Both online and telephone polls show the same lead for leave.

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That?ll learn the idiot world leaders who think Poms will listen to them

The Brexit camp is leading in the latest poll.

The leave campaign has picked up momentum and taken a three-point lead over remain in the latest Observer/Opinium poll on the EU referendum. The Brexiters now stand on 43%, while 40% say they support the campaign to keep the UK in the union.

The poll suggests the remain camp has lost four percentage points in the last two weeks, during which Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have relentlessly campaigned on the theme of immigration.

The leave campaign appears to have picked up three percentage points. The potential in the leave campaign?s strategy is reflected in responses suggesting that two in five voters (41%) cite immigration as one of their two most important issues when deciding how to vote. Just over a third (35%) cite Britain?s ability to make its own laws without EU interference and 29% cite the impact of leaving on the UK economy.

Half of the 2,007 people surveyed said they believed that immigration would be under better control if the UK did leave the EU. Twelve percent felt that the UK would have more control if the country retained its EU membership, and 24% said there would be little difference. ? Read more »

Two great speeches on Brexit

Firstly from Daniel Hannan:

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