August 2nd, 2012

Frustrated Farage

Rumours might be swirling around UKIP circles that he could be set to stand in Chris Huhne’s potentially up-for-grabs seat in Eastleigh, but Nigel Farage has today insisted he “could not care less” who wins the next general election. The Barroso-bashing eurosceptic lambasted the Tories as “virtually indistinguishable” from the other parties, going on to lament:

The penny is beginning to drop with the British people and British businesses that we are no longer a self-governing nation. That matters far more than which brand of social democracy gets in. It no longer matters who sits in No 10. We are not governed from Westminster, we are governed from Brussels. It does not make any difference.

Just when Guido was thinking it was time for Farage to head home…


  1. 1
    Fact says:



    • 4
      Fact II says:



      • 7
        Fact III says:

        You = Van Rompuy’s bitch


      • 13
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        You stick with the same old then !
        nothing to see here move on


      • 26
        Only 10 days 11 hours 57 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

        Lunacy (complete and utter) = giving the EU £13.3billion p/a (rising by another 1/3rd billion soon) when we’re stone broke and heavily in debt.



        • 31
          Kevin T says:



        • 40

          Thursday August 2,2012
          By Leo McKinstry

          “THE European Union increasingly resembles a gigantic extortion racket. Through a mixture of bullying, threats and deceit, Brussels forces us to underwrite its rotten empire.

          Yet in return for handing over vast amounts of money, we receive nothing but grief as the EU systematically
          destroys our nationhood and wrecks our economy.

          In the madhouse of European politics, we are effectively compelled to pay for our national demise.

          The full extent of the EU’s cash grab has been revealed in new official statistics that show that Britain’s gross contribution to the coffers of Brussels reached an incredible £19.2billion last year.

          That amounts to £53million every single day.

          Even the most brutal foreign occupiers in our history, like the Vikings with their Danegeld tax, never extracted so much from the British people.”


          • Only 10 days 11 hours 31 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

            £24,215,006.83 since midnight.

            Hang on, it’s now £24,238,746.41.


        • 77
          Anonymous says:

          nearly as cretinously idiotic as running up ten billion sterling bill fo two weeks of bread and circuses in north east london in august…..


      • 33
        Reality says:

        Fact and Fact II = Euro Loon


      • 76
        Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

        EU=Being shagged up the arse while your pockets are emptied.


    • 9
      Ian E says:

      Are you suggesting that UKIP are a normal party then?


      • 23
        SP4BS says:

        Wow. By following your logic I discover that “normal party” is in fact an oxymoron.


      • 49
        Backwoodsman says:

        you’ll have to do an awful lot better than that Ian !
        Everyone here knows labouir are and always will be a bunch of unprincipled cu*nts, but Cameron has been so useless in sorting out labours’ mess and differentiating Tory policy, that whole swathes of former Tory party members openly addmit to be ukipers.


      • 75
        Four-eyed English Genius says:

        Are you suggesting that LibLabCon are normal parties either?


    • 15

      And Labour and the coalition are not????

      Since when has being a hypocrite been an issue for any MP

      ask Diane Abbott


      • 24
        Diane Abbott says:

        West Indian mums have to be hypocrites. Because of racism and slavery and that.


        • 70
          Kiss ma teef! says:

          White single males have to be hypocrites. Because of having to pay for your fat arse to be massaged in ghee, and your opthalmist fees in trying to stop your eyes rolling towards the ceiling everytime you open your piehole.


      • 31
        Only 10 days 11 hours 54 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

        Or Chris Huhne, who makes the world “a greener, safer place” by putting his foot to the floor and breaking the speed limit.



    • 66
      taC eht abbaJ says:


      Another week goes by and crash test dummy Farage is still the only southern MEP not to have made his expenses public, oink, oink…


  2. 2
    chriselee says:

    We’re all doomed,dooooomed


  3. 3
    Nullbymouth says:

    ‘It no longer matters who sits in No 10′

    Speak for yourself Wing Commander


    • 39
      Nigel "I hit the ground at 200mph and walked away with some fag ash on my lapel" Farage says:

      Just taking this moniker for a quick spin.


  4. 5
    Kevin T says:

    He’s right. The most powerful British politician is Baroness Ashton, ex-CND quangocrat who has never fought an election in her fucking life.


    • 21
      chriselee says:

      I voted for ‘Call me Dave’ at the last election.How gullible is that?
      He’s not as crap as Brown,lets face it no one could be,he gives B liar a good run for his money though.
      I’ll carry on taking the tablets


  5. 6
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Camerons Tories couldn’t rule a straight line , they are all benders


  6. 8
    More is less; nothing is everything says:

    Of course not; makes perfect sense

    This is a party with a “Science” and “Health” policy that supports Homeopathy; the loony concept that the less stuff you have, the more powerful it is. He wants a vanishingly small number of MPs which would makes his party infinitely powerful. Simples!


    And it shows how much he cares.


  7. 10
    Anonymous says:

    Come all the electorate throughout the UK
    It’s time to ignore what the LIBLABCON say
    Lets face it these parties have all had their day
    Our politics need rearranging
    So go out and vote UKIP lets sweep them away
    For the times they are a changing

    Not one of them listens to our point of view
    They’d sooner give our cash to the EU
    So lets kick them out and try something new
    We can’t afford this lot remaining
    Political rethink is long overdue
    For the times they are a changing

    They lied about Lisbon and promised a vote
    There all Europhiles and in the same boat
    Their treachery just bring a lump to my throat
    As each other they just keep blaming
    So send them a message and let them take note
    That the times they are a changing

    We will no longer tolerate lies being told
    Tax breaks for the rich but more tax for the old
    Ruled from the EU and our birthrights sold
    They ignore us when we are complaining
    If we all vote UKIP there out in the cold
    For the times they all need changing


  8. 11
    R.I.P Tony Sly of No Use For a Name says:

    Farage will still probably go for Eastleigh. He’s just making the point that Van Rompuy and Barroso have more power over the UK than David Cameron.


  9. 12
    Only 10 days 12 hours 08 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

    “he could be set to stand in Chris potentially up-for-grabs seat in Eastleigh”



  10. 14
    Bigger Fact says:

    Like or lump him, can’t disagree. Neither can Guido from the cherry picking above! LOL!


  11. 16
    Steve Miliband says:

    Is Farage going to be Zipped wired into the Eastleigh seat?


    • 19
      Cock & Bull says:

      Nope. By Plane. Ouch!
      Only joking. Still, Farage has balls, or at least one – which is more than what I’ve heard David hole face has.


      • 42
        Only 10 days 11 hours 46 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

        Like most men, David Cameron has two perfectly formed testes.

        Unlike most men, his are pickled in a jamjar, in a display cabinet, in van Rompuy’s office.

        Next to Gordon Brown’s.


  12. 18
    Spivwatch says:

    People would take UKIP seriously if they didn’t send their MEP’s to Brussels.
    Sinn Fein are more principled than Farage.


    • 20
      Kevin T says:

      You’d prefer it if there was no one even making the anti-EU case in Brussels?

      Those YouTube clips of Farage’s speeches in the chamber have been priceless for the Eurosceptic cause.


      • 36
        SP4BS says:

        All that “on about the war” and “wet dishcloth” stuff is idiotic grandstanding. He’d do everyone more favours if he cut it out and made either more sensible points, or the same points without the wierd bullshit.

        But then, he’d not be as much of a hero to people who already support him. At least its not dog-whistle politics.

        I’m sure that will annoy and get a response. its not trolling, but some of what he is up to is, and he will be dismissed as such. If he was more like an angry Dan Hannan, and less like Basil Fawlty, the debate would be richer, and more people would listen to him.


    • 22
      Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      How else would he voice the oppinions of many directly to the face of barrosso, his puppe rummpy, bliar (when he was there) broon and all the other theeving slimy cnuts if he wasn’t there?


      • 25
        Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

        Snap! Mr. T.


      • 27
        Kevin T says:

        Someone uploaded the full Blair clip recently, including his indignant response – brilliant stuff. Blair’s got this “how dare you talk to ME like that” tone with is just hilarious.


        • 30
          Kevin T says:

          Clip here –


        • 61

          According to Blair and his ilk, if you don’t bare your backside and submit graciously and willingly to the demands of others you must be in favour of wanting to attack them or go to war against them. Such is their lunacy. No wonder he and Labour are the bumboys of trade unions.


    • 57 says:

      Barroso and Rumpoy would just love it if Farage was not around making the bent unelected Eurocrats look so bloody foolish and incompetent every time he got up to speak.

      Why is Prescott and all the other anti-Lord turds in the HoL?


    • 59
      Spivwatch says:

      Sinn Fein are a lot closer to leading an independent Ireland than UKIP are to getting a single British MP.
      UKIP MEP,s should boycott Brussels and we should only vote UKIP if they have the courage to actually do it.
      Farage could still go and annoy the EU as President of EDF, if that is his best contribution.


  13. 28
    Not surprised says:

    Farage is probably right but UKIP are not taken seriously enough to launch a serious challenge at the next election and are largely seen as a one issue joke!

    The Coalition is most certain to end at the next election, if not before, and Labour will be voted in with a large majority by sheeple not understanding what is happening! 5 years will have been wasted – Government spending is still not under control, the public debt makes the mind boggle – nothing will have been achieved!

    The best option is for no-one to vote for anyone at the next election! I, for one, do not want any of the corrupt thieving bastards wasting any more of my money – extracted under threat of prison – on anything else….!!

    Now leave me alone!


    • 58 says:

      Since when has not voting proved to be such a useful way of expressing your disapproval? Sounds bloody idiotic to me.


      • 65
        Not surprised says:

        There is no “None of the above” on a ballot paper.

        Show me where any of the current Cabinet or Shadow Cabinet, for that matter have any experience of the “real” world. Cameron was Lamont’s bag-carrier, briefly had a stint as a PR guru for a firm that were to all intents and purposes taken over. Beyond the closeted world of the Westminster village they are nothing and I no longer feel we need them nor do they truly represent the areas that are classed as “constituencies.”

        Candidates for MP are chosen by local party members, not the electorate as a whole and, in most cases, one of the favoured few is parachuted into a safe seat – see David Cameron – Stafford, Kensington & Chelsea and finally Witney!

        Save us all from politicians!


        • 69
          lastofthesummervintage says:

          cant help feel the same tbh. But i will vote UKIP, a least Farage has got something the others haven’t “patriotism”
          The others are just rent boys from Brussels


        • 73
          Trahison des Clercs says:

          Pleas explain exactly how the ‘electorate’ are supposed to choose the candidates. I can’t quite see how that mighy be.


        • 78
          Anonymous says:

          Instead of not voting, vote against the current incumbent. Vote for the second place candidate.

          A national campaign to unseat all sitting MPs…


  14. 29
    Crack is whack says:

    This is actually quite tragic. I’m amazed anyone would still take crack when they know what can happen. She went from being a very attractive woman to a bizarre looking creature, and he went from a fairly handsome man to a gaunt, ghostly figure.


  15. 37
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Ha ha ha You couldn’t make it up Cameron to discuss Syria with Putin at downing street meeting
    Utter Bollocks , Putin is only here for one reason , he has flown in to watch the Russian world champion in the Judo final
    Putin is a judo fanatic , and is just calling on Dave out of courtesy and a quick brew he will be there less than 20 mins


  16. 41
    You have never seen anyone get so angry says:

    If you think you’ve seen someone get angry, you ain’t seen nothing yet! This guy goes absolutely 50,000 megaton thermonuclear enraged and ends up kicking right through the glass door!


  17. 45
    daveyone1 says:

    Reblogged this on World4Justice : NOW! Lobby Forum. and commented:
    Is he likly to do himself out of a lucrative job as MEP?


  18. 47
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    I can now confirm that the Ugandan Central Bank has reduced its key lending rate from 19% to 17%.

    Hallelujah !


  19. 63
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    ‘The German National People’s Party (DNVP) opposed the Versailles Treaty, supported the restoration of the monarchy and was critical of the power of the trade unions. Led by the wealthy newspaper magnate, Alfred Hugenberg, the DNVP won 66 seats in the Reichstag in the 1920 General Election. This grew to 103 in December, 1924. The DNVP campaigned against the Locarno Treaty and the Young Plan.’


  20. 68
    Tardkiller says:

    he wants to stay on the EUKip gravy train so he can continue to pay his missus 30k a year


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