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Probably the most personable I've ever seen Farage. It's a shame UKIP are nimby shelters, or he would be a complete shoe-in for HPC I think. He knows about the banksterism, you can tell.

Plus he flat out says Iceland was the role model, some people I know don't believe he said it, well here is.

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Farage talking more sense - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3050376/Send-Farage-calls-fleeing-migrants-turned-away-stop-millions-trying-cross-Mediterranean.html#reader-comments

I'm really hoping for a big vote for UKIP on election day. Would love for Camoron (in particular) to get a bloody nose.

I think he needs to lay off the migrant bashing for a bit, to be honest. I broadly speaking agree with his position, but there's no need to lay it on so thick; they have a lot of good policies and attitudes (see the video I posted, no mention of migrants in that at all but it's a bit old). We all know what his stance on migrants is now, and the very last thing they should want is to be seen as a single issue anti-migration party.

I guess whenever he gets interviewed now it'll invariably come up so it's not necessarily his fault.

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I think he needs to lay off the migrant bashing for a bit, to be honest. I broadly speaking agree with his position, but there's no need to lay it on so thick; they have a lot of good policies and attitudes (see the video I posted, no mention of migrants in that at all but it's a bit old). We all know what his stance on migrants is now, and the very last thing they should want is to be seen as a single issue anti-migration party.

I guess whenever he gets interviewed now it'll invariably come up so it's not necessarily his fault.

Every interview I have seen starts with the interview bringing up immigration and takes over 50% of the time just having to dispel the myths and rhetoric other parties and populous seem to think UKIP are about

I am tired of it too but that's how to make UKIP look like the nasty party

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I think where Farage comes accross so much better than any other politican, is when he asked a question by the public, he clearly listens and thinks before answering. Any other politicians just trot out the party political soundbites. It would be wonderful to see him more often speaking with people. I personally find it frankly bizarre how most people seem to just shut their brains off at the very mention of ukip, but I guess that's the power of the mass media.

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I personally find it frankly bizarre how most people seem to just shut their brains off at the very mention of ukip, but I guess that's the power of the mass media.

Indeed it is. I find it pretty horrifying - the bile and the vitriol thats been poured out at them for the last three months has really had an impact. Consent being manufactured in front of your eyes.

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I personally find it frankly bizarre how most people seem to just shut their brains off at the very mention of ukip, but I guess that's the power of the mass media.

Always remember that 50% of the population have an IQ of less than 100. In the main, they will be easily deceived and easily pulled in various directions by whatever media is popular at the time.

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He was struggling until he said he'd been on the Alex Jones show four times, then sudden street cred. :)

UKIP gets my vote (the BNP now being effectively defunct.)

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Probably the most personable I've ever seen Farage. It's a shame UKIP are nimby shelters, or he would be a complete shoe-in for HPC I think. He knows about the banksterism, you can tell.

Plus he flat out says Iceland was the role model, some people I know don't believe he said it, well here is.

Can you imagine Miliband in the same scenario?

Errrrr.......LOL LOL LOL!

He'd be absolutely wetting his pants

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