September 21st, 2012

Video: Fa-rage Against the Machine


  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Farage is a good speaker but he has also spent years with snout in trough.

    (plus his inconsistency on whether UKIP libertarian or not.

    Still at least conference season is here, hope lots of good stuff come out :)

    Meanwhile new Clegg downfall video >

  2. 2
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    The Farage Barrage !

  3. 3
    Gramophone says:

    Did someone put the wrong record on?

  4. 4
    Troll Spot says:

    It is bad form to link and promote your own blog on someone elses blog.

    If Guido wanted to link to you then he would place one on the RHS and he hasn’t. So fuck off.

  5. 5
    a non says:

    Now on Daily Pollyfix

  6. 6
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    yes your netiquette blows goat.

  7. 7
    Kebab Time says:

    hows the blog coming along Tat?

  8. 8
    Mrs Farage says:

    publish your expenses like you said you would you troughing twat.

    and give ME a pay rise, my 30k a year isn’t enough

  9. 9
    Widescreen2010 says:

    There only seem to be about 5 people there.

  10. 10
    Phil says:

    Well said Farage! UKIP now the only opposition tho the liblabcon EU puppets!

  11. 11
    Forkbender says:

    Inspired exit music… YOU HAVE TO BE KIDDING GUIDO what an awful noise, it’s enough to put folks off any leanings they have to wards Ukip

  12. 12
    Forkbender says:

    One looked lke Fatty Pickles

  13. 13
    Baron Hogwash says:

    He ranted for a bit about other parties talking of future coalition pacts and then he started talking about how UKIP was one party but maybe might consider coalition in future.

    Look Nige, we don’t want another poxy coalition ever again. If the limp damps want to sleep with Ed Balls and Co., they can go ahead and screw up the country properly after 2015.

    Tories need to win outright support and stuff any more coalitions – this was one off to save the country from Brown and his debit.

  14. 14
    Who why what where when says:

    Decent interview by Jo Coburn.
    Marr,Peston,Naughtie,Humphreys and Webb please take note.

  15. 15
    Rupert my Hero says:

    As long as we have Nige… the Communist BBC will not win, Fox & CBS just love him and he seems to have generated fans world wide. Mocking the EU he has shown it to be the expensive Maoist Joke it really is.

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    A woman says:

    He talks in a language that all Brits can understand, whether or not you agree with his policies.
    But while I support his call for a referendum, a NO vote made no difference to the relentless EU expansion in other European countries.

  17. 17
    Baron Hogwash says:

    I agree he talks in a language people understand but he is not getting anywhere.

    Stuff the EU, if they want to swarm together and become federal Europe, let the idiots destroy themselves, the UK needs to concentrate on trade to countries outside and beyond the EU – which is something Nige said in speech but put it into practice.

    Give businesses more support to manufacture goods in UK and export easily to outside of country.

  18. 18
    Beveridge says:

    Hmm, a socialist group who largely oppose every single thing that UKIP and Farage hae ever stood for a good choice?

    Makes them look like people not in touch with reality, which is of course a huge shock when it comes to UKIP.

  19. 19
    Really? says:

    UKIP first place 2014, bet on it.

  20. 20

    Mad Hattie has put the lid on that one today.


  21. 21
    do me a favour says:

    He revealed UKIP may change it’s flag and dump the £ sign.
    Any suggestions?

  22. 22

    Oh! That was music?

    Was it?

  23. 23
    Really? says:

    +1 The puppet masters must be sweating, their trolls are out in force.

  24. 24
    keredybretsa says:

    Did he say ‘fudged’ or was it ‘faraged’? The raised right arm at the end, memories of the last Fuehrer.

  25. 25
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    love that!

  26. 26
    Nigel Farage says:

    I’m “smashing,” and I know it!

  27. 27
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Farrage isn’t a politician……. He tells the truth !

  28. 28

    A handbag?

    *Said in a Lady Bracknell voice*

  29. 29
    Really? says:

    For that to happen, we need a government that does not load up production and distribution costs with bollocks like vastly expensive green energy, high fuel taxation or taxes on employers who employ people.
    Taxation and government spending in this country are far too high and is squeezing out growth.

    Like it or not, UKIP are the only party offerering real choice to the progressive marxist alliance of the LabLibCon party.

  30. 30
    Ed Moribund says:

    Today’s buzz word is “co-a-liberation.”
    It means us freeing the yellows from responsibility.

  31. 31
    Moussa Koussa says:

    The applause sounded like there was up to 17 people in the audience…Nuffin to see here !!!!

  32. 32
    Gawd Help Us says:

    Was that Mervyn King shaking his hand at the end?

  33. 33
    Butch Balls says:

    Shut up & make me a coffee.

  34. 34
    hoonjoon says:

    Stop pretending to go out to the toilet so you can comment.
    You spend so long in there people think you’re having a wonk.

  35. 35
    British Public says:

    I assume the music was something Guido has added. It was totally incomprehensible, unlike the clear, sane and in-tune-with-the-public policies set out by Mr Farage’s party.

  36. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Every time he makes a speech he causes another worry frown on the foreheads of the Lib/Con/Lab party leaders.
    Camron’s only solution is to give us the in/out referendum well before the next GE & act on its result without delay.
    The other two are then stymied.

  37. 37
    Anonymous says:

    I expect he will Mrs.F, just as soon as the accountants have signed off the audited EU accounts.
    P.S. Don’t hold your breath whilst waiting.

  38. 38
    Fish says:

    I think the bloke is a twat, leading a party built on a lie (Dave said we’d have a referendum and he renaged on it – No he didn’t).

    But then you see stories about people like this (who the bedwetters say don’t be beastly to), and you see the appeal that Farridge has, to hard working, tax payers forking out so that the all of the dregs of Europe and beyond can sup at the tit that Brown created for them. No wonder our debt has gone through the roof.

  39. 39
    Earl of Croydon says:

    Nothing wrong at all with another coalition so long as there is a cast iron,written in blood,sworn on the bible,no fingers crossed guarantee that we will have a straight forward yes or no referendom on Europe.

  40. 40
    jimbo says:

    I will certainly will be voting for UKIP, After voting Conservative for so many years ,I have been very disappointed in Cameron who really should be in the Labour Party rather than Conservative, a clone of Blair in fact. I can also say that the area that I live in is a mainlt Conservative one but it looks as if UKIP will take it at the next election. I can’t wait to see the back of Cameron , a supporter of the thugs UAF and follower of the “nudge” programme ( a left wing American system) along with many of his lefty comrades.

  41. 41

    Oy, leave me out of this one.

  42. 42
    Baron Hogwash says:

    What a pleb!

  43. 43

    Olly Neville’s idea

  44. 44
    Prescott's chipolata says:

    I have and only got evens. Start worrying Cameron.

  45. 45
    Tat says:

    81lly, aren’t you ashamed by your constant attempts to use this blog to send traffic to your own pathetic blog. My informants tell me that you are constantly flicking over pages on your blog to get your numbers up, but that old the sad and infirm ever comment.
    Please take a full refund, fuck off and die.

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    But the referendum result HAS to be binding.
    NO means we withdraw.

  47. 47
    Jimmy says:

    UKIP 2nd. Butch 3rd. You’ll see.

    They’ll still get nothing in 2015 though.

  48. 48
    Cameroon says:

    Who? Dave Cameron? Yes, I agree.

  49. 49
    Earl of Croydon says:

    Oh yes, and that too.

  50. 50
    jimmy says:

    i love tory boys

  51. 51
    Jimmy says:

    nice wun moosey just to say if any tory boys would like a blow job i’m always around

  52. 52
    Anonymous says:

    I think a lot of you are missing a trick here. Ferage’s offer of a pact is a non starter and the offer was only made to expose Cameron as an utter Europhile. People are not stupid they know that when the e-petition trigered a debate on an EU referendum Cameron called a tree line whip to oppose it. This offer has put Cameron and the Tories on the rack because all Tory MPs realise that the swing to UKIP will cost them not only the next election but in all probability several future elections.

    No one believes the Tories on Europe any more and any promises of future referendums just won’t wash. Do any of you seriously belive that large swathes of defectors to UKIP will flock back to the Tories on an EU referendum promise. You cannot trick the public twice and get away with it with yet another CAST IRON PROMISE.
    Ferage has played a blinder and now has the Tories by the short and curlies and believe me it’s an in/out referendum BEFORE THE NEXT ELECTION or goodby Tories. Believe it !!!!!!!

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  54. 54
    alexrant says:

    Err… Unfortunate that Rage Against the machine are socialists

  55. 55
    Coming ready or not! says:

    And hope to die in a cellar full of rats!

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