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Farage Returns The Favour To Obama For Getting Involved In E U Referendum

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She can't help lying. It's in her DNA.

'Farage has called for a bar on the children of legal immigrants from public schools and health services, has said women – and I quote – are "worth less than men", and supports scrapping laws that prevent employers discriminating based on race.

Since when?

I think she's confusing Nigel with mohammed. :lol:

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Newsnight just used it to link BREXIT with Trump as in BREXIT = FARAGE = FARAGE FRIEND OF TRUMP = TRUMP IS EVIL = BEXIT IS EVIL or something like that. I tuned out and went to watch something interesting on youtube instead.

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Newsnight just used it to link BREXIT with Trump as in BREXIT = FARAGE = FARAGE FRIEND OF TRUMP = TRUMP IS EVIL = BEXIT IS EVIL or something like that. I tuned out and went to watch something interesting on youtube instead.

You just sense that a second referendum is coming.

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Newsnight just used it to link BREXIT with Trump as in BREXIT = FARAGE = FARAGE FRIEND OF TRUMP = TRUMP IS EVIL = BEXIT IS EVIL or something like that. I tuned out and went to watch something interesting on youtube instead.

I saw it.

People all over Europe voting for 'populist politicians' = monkeys clapping at jugglers. God I f**king hate the BBC.

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I saw it.

People all over Europe voting for 'populist politicians' = monkeys clapping at jugglers. God I f**king hate the BBC.

Yes, all the people are stupid and not clever like the people working in BBC News. I think that is what they mean?

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Yes, all the people are stupid and not clever like the people working in BBC News. I think that is what they mean?

Yep only the people in London or the 'workers' at the so-called 'unbiased' BBC can see through all the lies spread by ....... by who and where exactly?

Who's spreading these lies? You can't see anything on the TV, news papers, twitter, facebook or hear anything on the radio that isn't the BBC lie. Where are ordinary people getting this dis-information from, their brains?

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Yep only the people in London or the 'workers' at the so-called 'unbiased' BBC can see through all the lies spread by ....... by who and where exactly?

Who's spreading these lies? You can't see anything on the TV, news papers, twitter, facebook or hear anything on the radio that isn't the BBC lie. Where are ordinary people getting this dis-information from, their brains?

They continue with the implication that anyone who voted BREXIT is a stupid racist - and continue to promote a second referendum.

They probably are hoping that several hundred thousand pensioners will snuff it and then have a second vote.

Their mindset is frightening.

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As Farage has now supposedly eschewed politics (in the UK at least), and was critical of Obama interfering in UK politics, and is not explicitly endorsing Trump, one has to wonder what on earth he is doing.

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As Farage has now supposedly eschewed politics (in the UK at least), and was critical of Obama interfering in UK politics, and is not explicitly endorsing Trump, one has to wonder what on earth he is doing.

He probably knows, unless he is as undecided about his career as he is about having a moustache.

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Funny, I came to the opposite conclusion.

Whilst I can't stand the guy (Las Vegas casino owner and property developer is pretty much Mafia to my eyes), we better pray that Clinton doesn't win or a Brexited Britain will have no big friends left in the world.

Btw I think TMT's post was spot on. The linking of Brexit with Trump in people's minds. A trap being stupidly fallen into by Farage. And I doubt we would have had Brexited if the Marmite Farage had been leading the campaign.

Do you think Gove and Johnson are any less Marmite in peoples minds.

Don't agree to be honest, I think under Farage we would have had a far more structured campaign, maybe more immigration based but I'm not sure the outcome would have been much different. Like him or hate him Farage really is a good public speaker.

As time goes on as a out voter the idea of a second referendum starts to appeal more and more, I genuinely think it would go the same way and if anything a slightly larger lead for leave.

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I'm not understanding the hostility towards Farage,

He campaigned for a referendum for 25 years, eventually got it and won it. This was his main goal all along and made no secret of it. I don't see a problem with him vacating UK politics and enjoying his limelight sticking it back to an establishment that called him a fruit loop racist. Fair play to him.

It's not like the UK establishment are either going to let him into the Brexit negotiations and they'll simply break the funding rules and throw the kitchen sink at whatever seat he'll stand in to keep him out of Parliament. Again though, as he won the Brexit campaign the main reason for going into Parliament is now defunct. He can simply snipe them from afar as victor on a wounded UK establishment without the hassle of being an MP.

Labour in disarray (possibly finished as the 2nd party of the UK) the Tory party still split and in a quandary how to deliver Brexit 'lite' without throwing Tory voters into the arms of UKIP at the next general election.

Like has been said, project fear couldn't muster over 50% of the vote last time I see no chance of it doing it a second time.

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They continue with the implication that anyone who voted BREXIT is a stupid racist - and continue to promote a second referendum.

They probably are hoping that several hundred thousand pensioners will snuff it and then have a second vote.

Their mindset is frightening.

Except that something like 30% of pensioners voted remain, as they actually bother to vote more pensioners voted remain then from the 18-30 demographic that are crying so hard.

Better for Young people to actually bother voting if they feel so strongly.

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I'm not understanding the hostility towards Farage,

He campaigned for a referendum for 25 years, eventually got it and won it. This was his main goal all along and made no secret of it. I don't see a problem with him vacating UK politics and enjoying his limelight sticking it back to an establishment that called him a fruit loop racist. Fair play to him.

It's not like the UK establishment are either going to let him into the Brexit negotiations and they'll simply break the funding rules and throw the kitchen sink at whatever seat he'll stand in to keep him out of Parliament. Again though, as he won the Brexit campaign the main reason for going into Parliament is now defunct. He can simply snipe them from afar as victor on a wounded UK establishment without the hassle of being an MP.

Labour in disarray (possibly finished as the 2nd party of the UK) the Tory party still split and in a quandary how to deliver Brexit 'lite' without throwing Tory voters into the arms of UKIP at the next general election.

Like has been said, project fear couldn't muster over 50% of the vote last time I see no chance of it doing it a second time.

To not understand the hostility to Farage is to not understand the petulance of the Remoaners.

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To not understand the hostility to Farage is to not understand the petulance of the Remoaners.

I rather dislike Farage and petulant (and childish) describes him a lot of the time, he's an embarrassment. And I am most definitely not a Remoaner, having been firmly in the Leave camp all through this.

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Second Referendum = UKIP majority in the next parliament. Nuff said

Don`t know about the majority but there will be serious political fallout if they fluff this, and of course a lot of people that didn`t want to exit have to find a protest vote as well, and who are their choices at the moment, SNP or LIB DEM, something like that? :lol: Good idea to vote UKIP until we actually exit IMO, just to keep the Tories on their toes.

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I'm not understanding the hostility towards Farage,

There isn't much, is there? As far as I'm concerned he's been the best politician in this country in the last 60+yrs. Should be Knighted. No question.

Makes the current crop of 'politicians' look like a joke.

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There isn't much, is there? As far as I'm concerned he's been the best politician in this country in the last 60+yrs. Should be Knighted. No question.

Makes the current crop of 'politicians' look like a joke.

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As Farage has now supposedly eschewed politics (in the UK at least), and was critical of Obama interfering in UK politics, and is not explicitly endorsing Trump, one has to wonder what on earth he is doing.

One would assume that if Trump becomes President that might be very helpful to Farage/UKIP - maybe Farage hasn't fully eschewed British politics. Standing beside Trump on a political stage is as good as endorsing him.

On the other hand if Clinton wins then as it's just more of the same and it would hardly have any effect.

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Do you think Gove and Johnson are any less Marmite in peoples minds.

Don't agree to be honest, I think under Farage we would have had a far more structured campaign, maybe more immigration based but I'm not sure the outcome would have been much different. Like him or hate him Farage really is a good public speaker.

As time goes on as a out voter the idea of a second referendum starts to appeal more and more, I genuinely think it would go the same way and if anything a slightly larger lead for leave.

+1

I agree that a second referendum could easily produce a larger vote for leave. It's not as if the negatives in the mainland of the eu are going to improve any time soon - likely quite the contrary - and a lot of voters for remain will remember how all the scary lies actually turned out after the vote to leave.

Osborne going to suspend the markets :lol::lol::lol::lol:

Carney going to increase the base rate :lol::lol::lol::lol:

and the rest.

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