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Saker and Friends,
We can all unite around Brexit, Farage’s heroic success, the further crumbling of the EU, President Donald J. Trump’s reassessment of NATO and much better relations with President Putin and the great Russian People!
You forgot to mention that the people behind the Trump campaign (advisers & financiers) have deep connections with the Zionist regime and most of them are dual citizens of the US and Israel: the real power behind the curtain!
Either you are an utter ignorant about your pick or stupidity has already consumed your brain
Trump represents a free-citizen mass movement-an awakening inconsistent with ignorance, stupidity naïveté or a Zionist cabal.
O THORAX, you are too funny!!
Laugh now. You won’t be laughing on Inauguration Day. The People will!
As opposed to the rabid Zionazi Hillary Clinton who promotes all-out global conflagration, Donald Trump professes increased chauvinism and repression within US borders. The problem with that approach, however, is that whenever the ruling US corporatocracy faces a political problem anywhere in the world, the fascist gung-ho mentality of the overwhelming US majority — Donald Trump included — will instantly align with Hillary’s views (with a little help from the Ziomedia, of course).
Nigel Farage really does come out as a true genius compared to any US politician, past and present. Although, like Trump, he sees immigrants in a negative light he does connect the dots rather than pander to racism and chauvinism. The speech was eloquent.
Discard the tired, old nuances and charges of division: racism, chauvinism, jingoism, Zionism, misogynism, xenophobia, Islamaphobia, homophobia, blah blah blah……we need to unite and connect the dots all over the world and end the NWO of Davos!
“to pursue our global ambition”…..it means a lot! trade with Russia? with SCO? with China?
I have always found Farage an intelligent man, an European of the old school who does think outside the box, while Cameron was an arrogant puppet who deserves to be so humiliated!! Long life to the new England!
Le Pen spoke after Farage, apparently along similar lines. If anyone could translate this would be good. Video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1K5AHsbdb0
Great speech ! Thanks for posting it !
Farage called out the euro-politicians for their silly threats and recommended they act like adults for a change.
Take but one of the silly threats made against UK people because of Brexit. There has been talk of putting the UK to the “back of the line” in terms of negotiating trade deals. Just think on that and what it would mean if carried out. Border tariffs and sanctions against trade. As Farage illustrated this would endanger the employment of some 750,000 German workers in the automobile industry alone. It would affect their families and dependents in a profound way, so let’s say at least 1,500,000 would feel be harmed. Then there are the follow on effects from that (less purchases by the unemployed, falling retail sales, more demands for unemployment welfare, more health trouble for stressed out newly unemployed and soon to be impoverished people, law and order problems increased etc etc etc). So call that several million German people promptly affected and in serious trouble. That’s just in the *automobile and directly related sectors of German society. There are other sections of Germany that would face crippling also.
Now go back and think on the sleek overfed fat-cat Euro-politicians and bureaucrats who so easily made those threats and promises which would brutally ruin so many people’s lives throughout Europe. Think on how little they thought about the consequences of their over-emotive demands and pronouncements. Think on how little they considered their own countrymen and women. Think on how the previous regulations and orders so casually delivered by these thugs has hurt the “unexceptionals”, that is common European persons.
Hold that thought, for in it can be found some good reasons for Brexit.
Farage has been right all along. These Euro-trash politicians and bureaucrats are non-productive thugs who have never held a real productive job producing value for their entire lives. They are less than parasites- stupid parasites who would kill their host merely on an emotional whim.
Moving on some. Do not forget the British Commonwealth of Nations. For example, there is New Zealand, which supplied the UK with agricultural product of a cleanliness and quality that has not beed matched by European producers. Until 1973 anything from 40 to 80% of New Zealand food exports went to UK. It was low cost and good quality. Once the UK entered the EEC, eventually to become the EU, these exports were decimated by European central committee diktat and NZ entered a period of some 20 years of economic decline. They did not recover from that blow to their trade for a very long time. Well, do not forget them now, for they stand ably ready to supplant European food exports to the UK at costs and quality that can’t be matched. But now, not only can they supply dairy, meat and wool, they have honey, wine, excellent sea-food, marine products and electronics besides. They have the world’s leading particle beam focusing magnet manufacturer for example. Then we ought not to forget that other island, the island continent, the “lucky country”, Australia. And they have an even bigger capability to supply goods and services to the UK than does New Zealand. Should the UK people be concerned about European santions and tariffs? No. They have a whole world to trade with.
By the way, did you know that Russia imports New Zealand foodstuffs? Quite a bit of it actually, or so I was reading. There have been no sanctions between Russia and the New Zealand. In Russia, they have been trading with that Southern Pacific island nation since the 1970s. How interesting is that?
Finally, notice what President Putin has communicated by way of a speokesman about similarities between the break-up of the USSR and the pending break-up of the EU.
* note that the UK is equally capable of building fine automobiles as Germany. Despite the ruinous government policies, management incompetence, lack of capital and union intransience that wiped out the UK car industry of the seventies, there has been something of a come back in more recent times. The capability has always been there. In terms of design they have often shown superior flair, innovation and desirability of product. I can demonstrate should anyone be interested. So it would be in the best interests of the EU leadership not to score an own-goal (so to speak) and shut their own industry out of a market-place that can (and would) replace them soon enough.
Sorry Siotu, Shipping dairy, meat, wool, honey, wine, and excellent sea-food, 11,393 miles in rfridgereated container ships from New Zeeland to London is not sustainable. As the Worlds fossil fuel supply is depleted this will be not possible.
Galloway – sharp as ever:
George Galloway: Jesus Could Not Have Made Brits Vote for ‘Remain’
I’m an American, who loves both Galloway and Farage. Here’s Galloway, teaching US Senate stuffed shirts a thing or two: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4LDQixpCa8
Wow…..I am impressed by his speech and this is the first time I hear him speak for that matter.
He seems to be a very confident and really believe in what he is saying.
These EU parliamentarians are real scum of the Earth who are acting like a maffia.
Here is Farage again.Probably my favorite. He is a great orator with a mix of funny. Enjoy!
Carmel by the Sea
Free Citizen of the State of Ohio and the United States of America!
A certain Mr.Pilger also has some interesting things to say on brexit:
John Pilger on Brexit: ‘It Was a Protest in Its Finest Forms’
His full article here http://johnpilger.com/
Nigel Farage lies about NHS funding from EU membership savings:
Hi bottomless russ cess,
I saw a photo of UKIP’s banner that said “Instead of sending GBP 350M, let’s fund the NHS instead” I interpret that as a suggestion, not a promise..?
@ Serbian girl:
“I saw a photo of UKIP’s banner that said “Instead of sending GBP 350M, let’s fund the NHS instead” I interpret that as a suggestion, not a promise..?”
Your intuition is pointing you in the right direction (my advice? Trust it and cherish it. It‘s a great ‘gift‘ to have :) ).
First of all: that NHS bus was Boris Johnson bus, not Farage’s (his slogan on his bus was: “We want our country back.”)
Second; Farage and his supporters [the GO campaign] were shunned by the establishment [the Electoral Comity] in favor of the ‘Vote Leave’ campaign headed by Boris and Gove (amongst all the other two-faced Tory opportunists who jumped on that bandwagon in order to get promoted into the new governmental cabinet), and third: neither Farage, nor UKIP can’t make any promises and then make them happen because they’re not IN GOVERMENT!
The “Farage promised this and that” crowd are usually the bitter Remaniacs, who NOW, like to blur the lines between the official ‘Vote Leave’ people, and Farage and his people (it’s yet another smear campaign, that’s all it is).
PS: Here’s a picture of UKIP’s bus:
This was not a lie by Farage, your comment and link does not bare this out. I will say that the design of the trade deals by orporations intent (in secret by corporations) is to replace the right to health care and well being as well as the Treasure, Commons and Inalinable Rights to a facist take over.
he is not prime minister…yet
“he is not prime minister…yet”
I know! *sigh* If only!
Nigel Farage talks transparently (a bit of figure misrepresentations, sometimes can happen). his conscience is clear about getting ‘independence’ back from the EU head quarters.
But, I just can’t imagine how a leader of the labour class (who are primarily the victims of austerity, unemployment under the neoliberal EU project and so-called globalisation) Jeremy Corbyn campaigned against Brexit ! He has lost all his ‘integrity’ and ‘sincerity of purpose’ for which he was known as a ‘rebel with a cause’ world-wide.
Corbyn has been a consistent anti-EU and anti-Nato campaigner for the 30 odd years that he was a backbencher. He has made concessions against his personal convictions for the benefit of the party since he was elected party leader, its what leaders are supposed to do. He originally refused to sing the National Anthem or take the Privy Council oath since he is anti- monarchist but then relented in his role as the leading party representative. Leaders are expected to put personal convictions, when they conflict with the party wishes, to one side to better represent the party
It has been reported that he personally voted out, which has only inflamed the Blairites further.
CFR MEMBER CALLs ON ELITES TO “RISE UP AGAINST IGNORANT MASSES”
CFR MEMBER CALLS ON ELITES TO “RISE UP AGAINST IGNORANT MASSES”
Wealthy heir to Bloomingdale’s chain sneers at populist voters who cherish “values and tradition”
Paul Joseph Watson, June 29, 2016
In a column for Foreign Policy Magazine, Council on Foreign Relations member James Traub argues that the elite need to “rise up” against the “mindlessly angry” ignorant masses in order to prevent globalization from being derailed by the populist revolt that led to Brexit and the rise of Donald Trump.
Concerned that, “Today’s citizen revolt — in the United States, Britain, and Europe — may upend politics as nothing else has in my lifetime,” Traub notes that Brexit was an “utter repudiation of….bankers and economists” and an example of how “extremism has gone mainstream”.
Citing the potential for Trump to split the Republican Party even if he loses and the increasing unpopularity of France’s socialist government, Traub argues that establishment political parties in major western countries must “combine forces to keep out the nationalists”.
“With prospects of flat growth in Europe and minimal income growth in the United States, voters are rebelling against their dismal long-term prospects,” writes Traub. “And globalization means culture as well as economics: Older people whose familiar world is vanishing beneath a welter of foreign tongues and multicultural celebrations are waving their fists at cosmopolitan elites.”
Traub’s tone is so contemptuous, he even describes the pro-Trump Republican base as “know nothing” voters and sneers at voters in Poland for being concerned about “values and tradition,” while stressing that the push for further globalization will pit “poor and non-white and marginal citizens” against “working-class and middle-class whites,” whom he describes as angry “fist-shakers”.
Less than 50% – more in link:
[link to http://www.infowars.com]
Nigel Farage Batters Obama: “He Came To Britain And Behaved Disgracefully”
“Well ultimately let me say this, Vladimir Putin behaved in a more statesmanlike manner than President Obama did in this referendum campaign. Obama came to Britain and I think behaved disgracefully, telling us we’d be at the back of the queue. Treating us, America’s strongest, oldest ally, in this extraordinary way. Vladimir Putin maintained his silence throughout the whole campaign.”
Corbyn needs to survive till next Wednesday, when the Chilcot report comes out, then he needs to use that against all the LIEbore bliarite supporters, especially those who were in bliar’s cabinet at the time.
Despite trying to claim that bliar didn’t keep all his Cabinet ministers informed (those who were not in his inner circle), how many resigned in protest?
“Corbyn needs to survive till next Wednesday, when the Chilcot report comes out [..]”
Well spotted, Ralph, and thanks for the info. I totally lost sight of when the Chilcot Enquiry was supposed to come out, with all these Brexit aftershocks happening at the mo… I’m a tad distracted right now.
” Corbyn has been a consistent anti-EU and anti-Nato campaigner for the 30 odd years that he was a backbencher. He has made concessions against his personal convictions for the benefit of the party since he was elected party leader, its what leaders are supposed to do ” >
Even I had the same understanding as you say “” Corbyn has been a consistent anti-EU and anti-Nato campaigner”… He should have actually campaigned for Brexit, not because of his personal conviction, but because that is correct way for UK.
Here, I differ from you – a true leader carries the mass along with him/her in the correct path, not take them through wrong way ‘for benefit of party’ !
Yes,when the “mass” of labor members supported Corbyn,did they “somehow”,not know how he felt. I would suspect they supported him for leader,”because” they knew his feelings,not in-spite of them. His problem (and the labor party’s) is that the “leadership class” of the Labor Party has betrayed the purpose of that party (to be the voice of the workingman and workingwoman).They need to purge those “loafers” from that leadership and replace them with “real” labor supporters. If it takes splitting the party and having a “New Labor” Party,so be it. Having a “5th column” in your party will prevent you from serving the men and women of the laboring class that their party was formed to do in the first place.But let none think that is a British Labor Party problem alone. It is Worldwide. The empire and their stooges have infiltrated and subverted parties throughout the World. We see that everywhere in Europe. In the US the rigged primaries have exposed that in the US Democratic Party. And even in Russia we see it. A Russian friend posted an article about a member of United Russia running for his Duma seat in the new elections.He said in an interview that Russia “didn’t” need to build commercial aircraft of her own. Because if they need planes they can buy them from Boeing and Airbus when they need them. This from a member of the ruling party in Russia. I won’t quote the words my Russian friend and others commenting on that story said.Our ears are too tender for that.But with “leaders” like that in office,betraying her from the inside,Russia can’t escape from the empire.
Given the unusual uptake in number of planes crashing into ground, mountain, ocean, etc., the Russian government may have decided to produce their own planes for security and safety reasons. Maintain full control over manufacture, maintenance, repair. Control over personnel accessing planes while under construction.
Your choice of spelling the UK Labour Party (IE: Labor instead of Labour) inadvertantly provides a good illustration of what has gone wrong them. They are no longer representing British interests, instead they represent the interests of others – nwo capitalist oligarchs who like things american and zionists loyal to israel, to name the 2 main corruptions in that party. So your spelling their name in the american style fits what they have become quite well.
The Australians did this officially, BTW, they consciously chose labor over labour, for the spelling of their version of the party, to show their disdain of things British and their pathetic groveling love for things american.
There isn’t any one, correct, inalienable way for the UK, just as there isn’t one correct way for Russia, US, China or any other grouping of differently opinionated peoples. That is totalitarianism, dictatorship; an even worse, and much more brutalising and shorter-lived system than democracy.
No one person’s view or prediction is correct for everyone else. Politics is always the art of the possible, something that Putin and Lavrov, to their immense credit as experienced politicians, well understand.
” There isn’t any one, correct, inalienable way for the UK, just as there isn’t one correct way for Russia, US, China or any other grouping of differently opinionated peoples. That is totalitarianism, dictatorship; an even worse, and much more brutalising and shorter-lived system than democracy ” >
You are creating confusion from statements of mine and Uncle Bob 1 (I don’t know, whether it is part of the age old dictum “if you can’t convince, confuse”). We conveyed that for the sake of majority of UK population Corbyn should have maintained his anti-EU and anti-NATO stand against the Labour party’s Zionist coterie led by Blair
No where we called for any dictatorship or totalitarianism – it is you who brought the ghost of fascist mindset when you are trying to justify Corbyn’s treachery towards majority British population as falling in line with Labour party’s elites for sake of intra-party democracy ! You can call that as democracy, shame with such demon-cracy !
” No one person’s view or prediction is correct for everyone else ” >
Again, i must say this statement is trying to obliterate the obvious realities in current world order. There can’t any policy/view/action that satisfies “everyone else” – the western societies have 1% filthy rich, 9% higher class, 90% plebian. Since i am on the side of truth-justice-equality, I consider policies/views/actions that provide decent life for 90% plebian as the correct path. period.
Perhaps this article written by Gilad Atzmon will answer your question. I included an extra article as well.
Carmel by the Sea
Carmel by the Sea,
Thanks a lot for the links – excellent to-the-point article pointing out how the Labour party got hijacked by the AZ clique and Corbyn surrendered to the AZ lobby.
Yup…..he could have tied future of labour party much more clearly with eu socialist/left wing parties to recreate a new internationale movement for example to stand against rise of rightwing parties for example in europe that could have pulled in the punters with him.
Excellent post! Farage is having way, way too much fun but after 17 years, he deserves it. Reminds me a bit of a Putin in his clarity and pragmatism. For the English to get back their centuries old fishing waters is a very big symbol–it is a proud island nation. Justice has always been a concern throughout its history–at least as an impulse from the working classes.
Corbyn did the social democrat -Bernie Sanders fold and deserves to be swept into the dustpan of history. What we see here is the dialectic of the 21st century where cultural nationalism is the anti- thesis to dehumanizing globalization/standardization/robotization. So what brave new world awaits us all?
Do you think there is connection between US dominance over the South China Sea and Chinas shift to importing oil from Russia instead of Saudis.
Typical childish response from the croup. No wonder the world is falling apart, How sick.
While we praise Brexit,RT is reporting it “might never happen”. That the British regime,US,and EU are working to undermine it. What I get out of the report is,if you read between the lines ,it was a trick to begin with. Those “supposed” Leave supporters from the political parties (not UKIP,but others) were only playacting in their support for Leave. They thought it would fail,and so led it to see it fail. Its success has left them in, as the old British saying goes “a sticky wicket”.So now you seeing them not making any real efforts to implement the Brexit. Stalling for as much time as they can. Looking for excuses to stop it.The Leave supporters have been betrayed by their “supposed” leaders. I’ve run it to that type of thing before personally with political committees. So I believe I see it now as well. As I wrote before we are seeing another “Syriza” moment. Someday ,hopefully,people will learn that if you decide to work “within” the system to gain change. You aren’t serious about wanting chance. And support the very system you “claim” to be against.
Another interesting set of stories we are seeing on RT,is also getting my neckhairs to rise.We see “liberal” (read 5th column) type stories about now that Erdagon has “apologized” for shooting down the Russian plane. And the deaths of 2 Russians ,lest we forget. Now all is forgiven and they can be friends again. Gazprom is talking “again” (how many times is that now) about the elusive Turkstream (yes the one that NATO Turkey could hold the gas hostage with,like Ukraine does now). Turkish construction firms will now be back making big bucks in Russia (wonder how many spies and maybe ISIS supporters will come with them). And the tourist travel ban is to be removed. Just as ISIS and maybe others have decided murdering tourists is a good plan.And guess “which” tourists will be “prime meat” on the menu for those attacks.I’m beginning to feel like the British Leave supporters that “believed” their “supposed leaders”. Now the big question is how deep that type is in the leadership.In RT I’m guessing around 50/50 at best. But in the leadership of the government,that is the “big” question.
Uncle Bob 1,
Your brief post has made me to feel like the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ is flickering and dimming …
We have seen how Syriza leadership surrendered IN Greece, we have now seen how Corbyn surrendered in UK, we have now seen how Bernie engaged in phony confrontation against anti-people policies in USA, we will probably watch how Podemos betrays Spain …
I posted couple of months back a long rant where I noted that the local elites-aristocrats-oligarchs in many countries are hand-in-glove with global AZ plutocracy – no wonder, Russian oligarchs will try to get common ground with Turkish oligarchs after Erdogan’s so-called ‘expression of sorry’.
Uncle Bob is a realist… A tad on the pessimistic side but thats because of alot of practiced realism… If you assume the worst you can only be pleasantly surprised when things turn out better then total thermonuclear annihilation.
More snapping, snarling from Poland. Let no disaster go to waste when you can at least appropriate it for vitriol blame memes:
In addition to foaming-at-the-mouth arch-russophobeTusk’s ranting, this 3:40 p.m. excerpt from Sikorski is worth quoting in full not just for its Russia bashing or hordes of Polish plumbers leaving the UK but for its tacit admission of power exerted by the USA through the UK.
From the Montreal Gazette:
Former Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski says he believes that Russian President Putin was “the happiest man in Europe” following the news that Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Sikorski, a longtime critic of Russia, said Britain’s departure from the 28-member bloc “creates opportunities for Russia to play us off against one another.”
He said that depending on how the break-up with Europe happens, he believes that the City of London, one of the world’s main financial centres, could “compensate for lost business of, say, trading of the euro bonds, by making London even safer for dirty money from around the world,” adding that “the Russians might welcome that.”
Sikorski, now a senior fellow at Harvard University, spoke at a democracy debate alongside former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
He also said he believes Britain’s importance to the United States will diminish after leaving the EU. He said: “Your power to affect regulation that affects Google or Microsoft, or anybody else, is gone, and therefore your usefulness to the United States is less.”
and from Rice at 2 p.m.:
“Rice, who served as secretary of state under President George W. Bush, spoke on Wednesday in Warsaw at a debate on democracy alongside the former Polish foreign minister, Radek Sikorski.
She said she believes a union without Britain will result in an EU that looks less to Washington in its foreign policy.
She said, “I see NATO now as unfortunately the only truly Atlanticist institution, but I don’t think it will have an effect on NATO. Where it could have an effect is on Europe’s ability to focus on some of the issues that are so central to American foreign policy.”
As an example of issues where the U.S. sees Europe as its partner are the “finishing the democratic project” in Central Europe, “the challenges of Moscow and the Kremlin,” and instability in the Middle East.”
Headlines and subs appear to have gone through some meme-conditioning for message shaping:
Originally found in :
“The Latest: Polish statesman says Putin cheered British vote”
Which redirected to:
It is the other tens of referendums that put into question these countries nato connections, providing the impetus for perhaps other exits, and how c!osely the new eu security defence policy is allied to nato policy and the influence there I am thinking.
The irony of Brexit for Poland is that the 100s of thousands – nay millions – of Poles who turned up in Britain (to work or not, it made and makes no difference to the national coffers that just take a beating) forced Britons to face a concrete demonstration of how the EU was destructive.
Overnight small rural market towns had a 30% Eastern European constituent. Good access to public services disappeared. Kids couldn’t get taught properly in schools because of suddenly belonging to a multi-language class. There was the infamous and undeniable wages compression. A recent report stated that most EU migrants to Britain would not have got a work visa under the old rules – Britain imported the dross, and migrants better qualified found themselves competing for low wage work with that and the native-born. (No one seems to be able to foresee what is going to be done about too many Europan migrants in a country that will no longer legally be theirs to live in).
Of course, this wide spread appreciation of the destructive nature of the EU is different to what was happening even 10 years ago. In the old days, the threat of the EU was mainly recognised by constitutionalists – they saw the danger to fundamental birth rights – the right to be governed only by consent. Parliament is sovereign, but this actually means the people who return representatives to it. The current ruling class is vampiric in nature – it got invited in, and quite a while ago too, but it is vampiric, and it still has to obey the conditions by which it is tolerated. Brexit should be seen as the British people refusing entry to another layer of vampires. So, Britain’s exit from the EU is assured, because the first set of vampires have to obey the command of the people. To coin a phrase by Alex Jones, 1642 will commence again if we don’t leave.
It’s all very well, but where is the declaration of intent to leave? Surely Farage should be rounding up supporters to influence Parliament rather than grandstanding (and collecting very generous attendance fees) at the EU. Where is the attempt to require Parliament to deliver the notice of intent to leave. Until that isw done, this is all grandstanding.
Lots talk chatter around since vote last week about all manner of backroom financial fires being addressed from various hedge funds & maybe even sovereign debt going rogue.
Operation ‘Blame the Germans’ has been paraded by the MSM for years now, sometime just after the 2008 crash.
Deutsche showing that sharp fall from 17.5 (euros?) at vote time. stock was just under 100 8 years ago, before the 2008 crash:
use BNPQY in place of DB at link you’ll see BNP Paribas, the French-Spain bank chart.
This has simply got to be the most interesting week in politics since I saw Harold Wilson stand on a Fruitbox (it was not a soapbox) in Oldham Outdoor Market in The Summer of 64 (No I am not Bryan Adams).
Oldham won it for Labour – their first time they were in Government since before I was born. They won by about 4 seats.
So Voting Makes a Difference Again Now.
Democracy has made a comeback.
I didn’t think it would happen again in my lifetime.
Well Done for Voting – even my Son Voted – First time in His Life.
We are making Progress.
I love him no political correctness just the truth plain and simply.
About the vid (Nigel Farage in EuroParl on Brexit, MEPs not laughing now!)…
Well… what can I say apart than that man is the stuff of LEGENDS!
For those of you who; this is the first time you see him in action at the EU “so-called” Parliament, I would suggest you to go and watch more of his speeches at the EU Parliament in the past (plenty of them in YouTube and other places)
Trust me, you won’t regret it ;-)
[Tip: his “Who are you?” aimed at Herman Van Rompuy (at the time: President of the – unelected – European Council) is one of Farage’s finest moments, but by not means his only one, as the vid at this OP already proves]
Who are you Mr President? Nigel Farage asks Van Rompuy President of the European Council
Nigel Farage: A Trump Presidency Will Be Better for the UK – Nothing Could Convince Me to Vote for Hillary
“[..] He continued, “I think for the United Kingdom, I think Trump will be better for us than Barack Obama has been, no doubt.”
He added, “There is nothing on earth could persuade me ever to vote for Hillary Clinton. Absolutely not. She represents the political elite. It is almost as if she feels she has a divine right to have that job.”
Farage: Putin Was ‘More Statesmanlike’ Than Obama During Brexit Campaign, US’ Situation ‘Nothing Like’ UK’s
“ [..] Farage said, “Vladimir Putin behaved in a more statesmanlike manner than President Obama did in this referendum campaign. Obama came to Britain, and I think, behaved disgracefully, telling us we’d be at the back of the queue…treating us, America’s strongest, oldest ally, in this most extraordinary way. Vladimir Putin maintained his silence throughout the whole campaign. I’m not a fan of Vladimir Putin. But you know, the Ukrainian crisis actually was sparked by the European Union saying they wanted to extend their borders to take in the Ukraine, which Putin took as being a direct threat. Now, my view on Putin and the Russians is, don’t poke the Russian bear with a stick. If you do, you’re bound to get a response.”
Well, as always, Nigel Farage is actually saying the absolute truth. Regardless what is said about him, if you actually listen to him, it is 100% truth.
Some interesting perspectives on the Brexit vote:
The Brexit reshuffles world geopolitics
by Thierry Meyssan
While the world Press is searching for ways to re-start the reconstruction of Europe, still without Russia and now without the United Kingdom, Thierry Meyssan considers that nothing can now prevent the collapse of the system. However, he points out, what is at stake is not the European Union itself, but the institutions which enable the domination of the world by the United States, and the integrity of the United States themselves.
HUMANITY vs INSANITY #75 : EU Referendum Psy-Op
UK Column News – 27th June 2016
Oh dear… what an unholy mess. The Labour party in disarray and mutinying against their own leader for no clear reason. The Tory party backstabbing each other to get a shot at the new cabinet and PM positions. Boris is out. He quit as a PM candidate today, supposedly because Michael Gove pull the rug from under his feet.
Out of the blue, in comes Teresa May, a despicable weasel of a woman; pro-EU, pro mass immigration, pro mass surveillance, voted to Remain in the EU (of course!)… she’s now hoping to become the next Prime Minister (dog help us!).
There are already a number of media outlets cheering for her, trying to gather support behind her, or at least the illusion of support, because she’s as popular with the voters as cancer :/
I don’t know where they think they’re going with any of this, in my estimation, all this is doing, is just making it even more obvious that the Emperor has no Clothes!
The political establishment are showing themselves in their true horrifying colors. Even Cameron was seen out and about this evening, partying and having dinner with his wife, not a care in the world. Didn’t he just lose his job? A regular person after losing his/her job would be worried-sick and depressed, thinking where the next pay check is gonna come from. Not out having fun!
Yet more evidence these ‘people’ are completly out of touch with reality and the miserable lives they’re forcing upon everyone to live by, while they’re untouched by the same effects they’re creating.
Can the gap between them and us be any wider?!?!?
At least lay low for a few weeks, look ‘sad’ for the cameras, something! Even the mafia had the good sense of not making big showy purchases after a big hit, FFS!
And another thing! I have the sneaky suspicion, that the main reason both main UK parties are in disarray right now is because they’ve got into politics to do very little work. Cushy job, get paid bucket loads while doing next to nothing, since most legislation comes straight from Brussels [and they just have to rubber stamp them], there’s not an awful lot for them to do besides blaming the EU when things don’t go the way the electorate wants. Can’t control immigration: EU’s fault. Can’t deport dangerous EU criminals: EU’s fault. Can’t stop ISIS fighters returning from Syria: EU’s fault. Can’t send back even illegal immigrants who committed heinous acts of crime: European Court of Human Right’s says you can’t; EU’s fault, and on, and on it goes…
There’s a good chance they’re all – every single last one of them – utterly incompetent to fill the positions they’re currently holding. If the UK leaves (and that’s still up in the air, in a sort of bizarro political limbo, even though it should be a fait accompli by now), these useless politicians would have to actually run a country. You know… do some work for change. And 1- they don’t like the idea of it and 2- they know they don’t have the first clue how to run a country.
That’s why I think they’re finger pointing, and throwing their toys out the pram, creating unnecessary party in-fighting… ANYTHING to deflect public attention from their own short-comings.
^That, in my opinion, is what’s really happening here (put the tin-foil hat down someplace for a minute people!) ;-)