July 2nd, 2014

WATCH: Farage’s Latest Scathing Attack on EU Leaders

Flanked by his People’s Army of victorious new MEPs, Commander Nigel Farage is back in Brussels and back laying into Martin Schulz, Guy Verhofstadt et al:

“We’re whistling in the wind and we are closer now than ever to exit…”


151 Comments

  1. 1
    Ghost of Leon says:

    Perverts, the lot of them !

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    • 3
      Farage is a media tart says:

      Farage is still a loser. 5 times he’s tried and 5 times he’s been shown the door by voters. It’s not going to change next time either. He has no policies and the acolytes/yes men around with evaporate when he gets his 6th trouncing.

      You heard it here first.

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      • 5
        Click Bait says:

        Fuck off Ed

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        • 142
          Java Jivester says:

          Boom! Fantastic work by Nigel.

          The look on some of the EU troughers is priceless.

          A referendum is coming, and leaving looks inevitable.

          Fantastic!

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          • Normal downtrodden voter says:

            Worth it to get the kind of reaction from that Belgian weasel at the end. Priceless!

            Farage’s response to him was pure class.

            Farage 10: EU nil point.

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      • 21
        Neil Down says:

        Share with us the name of the last major political party that was built overnight, and did not require people losing again and again on the way up.

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        • 24
          Jimmy says:

          New Labour

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          • Mycroft says:

            That is genuinely funny!!!

            New Labour… built from nothing… hahahaha.

            It was a con-job, the Banking Industry (vile body) relies on the term ‘Investment Vehicle’ and to use that vile bodies term to describe another vile body… New labour was a vehicle that was formed to carry the ego of one man, the despicable Blair.

            Old labour was the donor vehicle, Blair became the new Registered Keeper, set off to Halfords, chavved it up and then sold it to the British Public as a bargain.

            When the dipstick Brown became the RK the filler fell out, one headlight fell off and he sold the petrol to gypsies.

            Spaccer-ed is now the RK, he can’t drive but he painted on a fake headlight, re-wired the ECU so it now backfires and filled the tank with diesel.

            It sits on the forecourt, leaking and creaking and hoping that the British Public will once again get in and let him take them for a ride.

            You can f’ck right off!

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          • táxpáyér says:

            Well Old Labour was dead. Suicide by union.

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          • Tim Yeo-Yo says:

            Excellently put Mycoft.

            Will be lost on Jimmy though.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Yes. He is truly the master of metaphor.

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      • 112
        Rule Britainia!-Britannia Should Rule Britannia! says:

        How many of the first battles of WWII did we lose before we started coming back? Smug little tittle-tattle comments like yours are perverse of Public Opinion. Once the Jocks go, bankrupting socialist douchbags like yourself will become extinct. Give us and English Parliament (not based in London or Birmingham) and we’ll see you off entirely.

        PS. More Panda’s in Scotland than Scotish Conservative MP’s!?…Nice. But nearly 30% of the Jocks voted Conservative. Live by the FPTP, DIE by the FPTP. You, and Parliament, ARE NOT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GBP OPINION. The worst thing in this Political Charade is that YOU KNOW IT TOO. Fargin’ gremlins the lot of you. Snobby little ‘silver spoon’ gremlins who think they Know Best. Well, YOU DON’T.

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      • 127
        FloraFarage of Thanet says:

        Look! The 3 other tired and failed old parties have sold us down the river to the monstrous EU. They don’t seem to realise that there aren’t enough gravy boat jobs to go around.
        UKIP offers another way OUT – Out – Out. Before eit’s too late.

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      • 141
        Yeehaw says:

        1832 Ran for state legislature – lost
        1834 Ran for state legislature again – won.
        1838 Sought to become speaker of the state legislature – defeated.
        1840 Sought to become elector – defeated.
        1843 Ran for Congress – lost.
        1846 Ran for Congress again – won
        1848 Ran for re-election to Congress – lost.
        1849 Sought the job of land officer in his home state – rejected.
        1854 Ran for Senate of the United States – lost.
        1856 Sought the Vice-Presidential nomination at his party’s national convention – got less than 100 votes.
        1858 Ran for U.S. Senate again – lost.
        1860 Elected president of the United States.

        Abraham Lincoln

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    • 16
      Jimmy says:

      The most cretinous British intervention in Brussels since Heysel

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      • 29
        Anonymous says:

        Dead against democracy are you not Jimmy.

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        • 37
          Cinna says:

          Socialists don’t do democracy.

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          • Honest Ed V Dodgy Dave - No Contest, innit says:

            Maybe if you keep repeating cliches like a mantra they will come true.

            The worst enemy of democracy is of course capitalism, as it seeks to make the wishes of the wealthy outweigh the wishes of the majority.

            A good example of this truism is of course David Cameron and his Conservative Party. A party of the rich, for the rich, by the rich, which as we speak is misusing the power of government to destroy the NHS for the purpose of profit.

            Let us remember Dave promised he would not foist any reforms on the NHS. But David Cameron is a serial liar, so we should not be surprised that he failed to keep his word.

            Again.

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          • Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

            Goodness me, 6.25pm! Are you Ed’s speech writer moonlighting on here?

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      • 49
        fedz says:

        I thought it was rather enlightening!

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      • 55
        Euroshite says:

        That would be Mr Lamberts(sp) ‘you can’t come here and say things like that’ intervention.

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      • 65
        Llareggub says:

        Really? I rather liked it, and I’m not even a UKIPper. But I do like setting the Eurocrats to go to hell, and Nigel Farage does it so memorably! That’s the first time I’ve seen him applauded and cheered in the House of Long Lunches. Things really have changed! If the Eurocracy wasn’t at least concerned before, I bet they are now.

        But I digress. Cretinous, you say — how? What did he say that was so cretinous? Our is it just that a really erudite intervention would have been something like, “There is no god but the EU, and Rumpy Pumpy is its prophet”?

        Oh, come on … “the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk, the charisma of a damp cloth.” You know it’s Poe gold. Come on, break a smile at least. You know you want to! We won’t tell, honest.

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      • 110
        Anonymous says:

        Get Ed to put that on a newspaper why don’t you

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    • 50
      Back in the EUSSR ( but not for long ) says:

      Who’s that little totalitarian Belgian Wanker ? Fuck him !

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      • 116
        Has God heard yourselves? says:

        Read a few ‘Politics’ books @ Uni? Read a few Economics books @ Uni? Quote them a lot and think that you’re the dog’s bollocks at both? Well, try e=mc2. I can quote that, but I don’t really understand the whole lot of it. You buffoons, fueled by ‘tweed-wearing, leather-patched, jackets’ seem to think you do. Go down a fucking Council Estate and listen to people. Unless you do, you really do know FA about how people live. Cnuts.

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        • 118
          Llareggub says:

          What’s that got to do with the EU?

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        • 119
          Llareggub says:

          Tell me where your hovel is located this week, and I’ll send you a bar of soap, you peasant. There’s more to the world than proles popping out babies like ping-pong balls. Fuck off

          By the way, I’ve got a job going, dead-heading my roses. Would you like it? No, I thought not. Guess I’ll have to ask that Mehmet bloke. He’s from Algeria, you know. He’ll do anything, and even smiles as he does so.

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    • 150
      CorporealChris says:

      Leon isn’t a ghost. He’s real flesh and blood! Oooh!!

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  2. 2
    Mycroft says:

    Go Nigel!

    Truth hurts and the commissars don’t like to be told the truth.

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  3. 4
    Click Bait says:

    This is the same video that a reader posted earlier but with a 30 second video appended to the front.

    You are either behind Guido, or being used and abused without accreditation.

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  4. 6
    F O Beaker says:

    They didn’t like it up ‘em!

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  5. 7
    Anonymous says:

    I do hope so……

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  6. 8
    John Mangan says:

    Who’s this “we”, paleface? After the disgraceful “Bums to Mr. Banglestein” performance during the Ode to Joy I doubt if anyone would be sad to see the laziest and most hypocritical party in Brussels exit asap. One less fascist party in Europe is going the right way (in the proper sense of right). Just don’t let the door hit your collective arses on the way out, Nige & Co.

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    • 11
      Ed the intellectual says:

      Ooh, someone’s on their period this week.

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    • 13
      Mycroft says:

      There is nothing ‘disgraceful’ about turning your back on a ‘faux’ national Anthem… it’s just another bit of fakery from the vile EU dictators.

      You like fakery?

      I will be over-joyed if the damned place just stopped existing and all MEPs became redundant.

      Are we ‘fascist’?.. I don’t think so.

      Are they going the right way?.. me and many voters across Europe don’t think so.

      So, let’s face it, you are about as wrong in your assertions as it is possible to imagine.

      Try harder next time, put up something substantive, don’t foam and fume, it’s a rubbish way to gain a sympathetic hearing from your audience.

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      • 17
        Jimmy says:

        Nothing wrong with seeing the back of Farage.

        I must admit I hadn’t realised it was a protest, I assumed they were moving their speaking parts closer to the mikes.

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        • 27
          Mycroft says:

          I have to say he is no oil painting, but then few of us are!

          You did realise and you remembered it and if you remembered it then so did many others.

          Your ‘joke’ (such as it was) will be lost having had almost no discernible effect.

          Galling isn’t it.

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          • Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

            He earned his position and voice by virtue of the number of votes his party received and the hard work in forming a group against considerable odds given the weight of our Conservative representatives trying to block him out. Another failure on their part.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Well there are barely enough nutjobs and neo nazis to go around, it was always going to be tough to put two euronutter groups together rather than one.

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          • Mycroft says:

            “Hear all…” you are right of course, the use of a democratic election to an undemocratic body in an effort to destroy the latter is too complex for any intellectual pygmy to grasp.

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          • Mycroft says:

            Jimmy… don’t put yourself down… you have more than enough ‘nut job’ and ‘neo-nazi’ attributes to make up any shortfall for a good few years.

            You’re out of your depth, but keep swimming, it’s an enjoyable spectacle.

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          • Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

            Poor old Jimmy would be out of his depth in a raindrop never mind a puddle :-)

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          • New Newer Labour-Taking Control Of The Interweb says:

            Until you get off your fat arse and ATTRACT voters, all you are is spiel. Don’t you just love the internet! People like you are such ‘keyboard hero’s’.

            PS. Still get the ‘Grunt’s on the Ground to post your BS?’. Methinks you do.

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          • Mycroft says:

            How soon they forget…

            We sent the largest number of MEP’s into the EU!

            Unlike the ‘headless chicken’ approach you seem to think we should adopt, we have adopted an incremental approach.

            So make gains in the EU, make the voice stronger and our presence more pervasive.

            Then go for the GE, we won’t form the new Gov post 2015, we will in all likelihood hold the balance of power and unlike the LibDems who simply fell for the Gov.’shilling’ we know this, we plan for this eventuality.

            No keyboard heroism here, just plain speaking, we do that, UKIP is filled with plain speakers like me, losing the debate as you have done is not because you have been bullied, you’ve lost because you are not honest and prone to foamy-mouthed utterances.

            I’m not sure what your last sentence means, it seems to imply some form of ‘sock-puppetry’ or sophistry, your assertion is as ill-founded as all the rest of the anti-UKIP posters on here, failure doesn’t dog you around because we’re conniving, far from it… it dogs your steps because it is you that is dishonest.

            It is a pity that the level of interrogation from the anti-UKIP brigade is so weak, but that is just the way it is.

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    • 22
      táxpáyér says:

      Fascist “everything inside the government, nothing outside the government”
      UKIP “Smaller government”
      EUSSR “Massive over-reaching Bureaucracy disguised as customs-cartel leading to forced collectivisation of the peoples of Europe”
      Now… Your question for 10. Which one sounds more likely to lead to fascism…

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    • 26
      Neil Down says:

      How the fuck is a party whose platform is restoring democracy “fascist”?

      You Europhiles are apparently so mental you think anyone who doesn’t agree with you is like Hitler.

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      • 61
        Norm Normal says:

        It’s the standard response to anyone that disagrees with the socialist mantra.

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    • 31
      Anonymous says:

      Adolph and his mob liked Ode to Joy.

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      Member of the English Community says:

      “Ode to Joy”, is that what the EU is about? Eurozone sliding down the tubes, Germans in charge, Greeks whinging, sounds like a socialist paradise. Why respect an anthem and a flag and a near powerless corrupt parliament that purports to represent 500 000 people who have no say in the selection of their masters?

      Not a superstate in the making but a gravy train hurtling toward the buffers.

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      • 83
        John Bellingham says:

        Ode to joy can’t be a NATIONAL anthem (although it was for dear old Rhodesia) as You-Rupp is not a nation. Good tune though, very nice in “A Clockwork Orange” by Wendy Carlos with all the Nazis marching on the newsreel.

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          A racist floppy speaks says:

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          “They can own industries and companies or stay in apartments in our towns but cannot own land. We hear in some cases they are being protected by cabinet ministers and politicians within their constituencies. We will deal with that,” said Mugabe.

          “One of the major objectives of the liberation struggle was to evict the white settlers from the land since they had the option of going back to their countries of origin,” he said. – See more at: http://bulawayo24.com/index-id-news-sc-national-byo-49953.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed: Bulawayo24News (Bulawayo24 News)#sthash.mrRtJZyR.dpuf

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      • 123
        Anonymous says:

        for me the most interesting thing about the video of UKIP turning their backs during the playing of ode to joy:

        is the chap who appears at 0:16 who for some reason has turned up in white tie (awkward!!)

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    • 124
      Llareggub says:

      Turning their backs on the fatuous Euro-anthem? They should be grateful. I’d have dropped my pants and mooned the whole damn lot of them.

      What is this EU anyway — a fucking religion? Do you dickheads imagine you’re actually helping your cause by insisting we kow-tow to the Eurocrats’ pretentiousness? You’re an arsehole! And now it’s well past your bed time, so you’d better run along, take all your clothes off, slip between the silken sheets next to your lord and saviour, Saint Rumpy Pumpy of Fantasyland, and do whatever he’s just been dreaming about, you sycophantic jackass.

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  7. 9
    Ippikin says:

    Isn’t it a little odd that the very people elected to represent the interests of the electorate, seem to think that acting like sullen Luddites is doing so?

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    • 58
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Those who voted for UKIP want their representatives to act as a counter balance to the dictatorship which is the EU. Other UK voters are represented by Labour, Conservative , and a few “others” to act for them differently.
      Those who have objected to UKIP mep’s behaviour seem unable to recognize the dignified way they chose to show their disapproval of the Flag ceremony and the opening music in the EU debating chamber.
      Less “gentlemanly” mep’s could have created sheer havoc!
      That a Belgian MEP chose to voice his view that dissenting MEP’s have no right to be there eloquently demonstrates their dictatorial viewpoint. He fails to realize that UKIP mep’s are there because they have been democratically elected – for all the procedural weaknesses which exist.

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      • 60
        Ippikin says:

        What you actually mean is that those who voted UKIP are stupid and are not interested in any rational behaviour other than the ‘ranting’ of the mob.
        That to me is only too reminiscent of the National Front et al.

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        • 67
          Jimmy says:

          Actually the FN MEPs sat down instead.

          http://www.euractiv.com/sections/eu-elections-2014/ukip-and-national-front-stage-eu-parliament-protests-303206

          Biggles wanted to show how different th Lemon Party from the FN. Except obviously for the FN MEP who just joined his group.

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          • Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

            But it was ok for lefty scum to turn their backs or jeer like animals during the passage of Margaret Thatcher’s funeral procession through London.

            Typical lefty hypocrisy.

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          • Jimmy says:

            What? Six people? You people really do go out of your way to look for things to be offended by.

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        • 68
          Mycroft says:

          Not at all stupid, it is entirely rational to not be part of an indoctrination ceremony.

          It would be deceitful and two-faced and very irrational (given our stance) to do anything other than turn your back on the whole farce.

          We don’t rant, no-one I’ve met in UKIP has ever ranted.

          I have witnessed UAF and others ranting though and presumably that’s OK by you because it is your ’cause’, you and your ilk can excuse themselves from the norms of behaviour because you’re in the right… that is genuinely fascist, no doubt about that at all.

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        • 70
          Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

          I meant what I wrote, not your version. An open mind to hear the views of others with whom we disagree makes the world go round.

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      • 149
        rwg says:

        What the belgian bastards need to realise, is that without us, belgium wouldn’t even fucking exist.

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    • 125
      Llareggub says:

      I’m very happy that they turn their backs. I, a member of the electorate, do nnot want my representatives displaying anything that could be mistaken for respect or admiration of the wasteful, incompetent, and corrupt European project.

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    • 145
      Richard Tionary says:

      Luvvy, would you do me a little favour dear, would you?

      Find out what Luddite actually means.

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  8. 10
    Ed the intellectual says:

    Saw this on Breitbart this morning. You’re wither behind Breitbart, or a late riser.

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  9. 12
    Anonymous says:

    Too busy swimming in the gravy those Euro-ponces

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  10. 14

    In the EU, democracy means listening only to those who pursue a narrative handed down by the Monnets, De Gaulles, Mitterrands, Delors and Kohls of this world, every one of whom has trampled upon democracy as if it were merely a smouldering cigarette butt in the gutter of human existence.

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  11. 15

    Mister F A Rage trapped in inside this museum. But he obviously takes full advantage of the EU gravy train. Although he brings a bit of life into the museum.

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    • 19
      Mycroft says:

      How would you finance the work to get us out?

      If you can answer that effectively I think you should tell us all.

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    • 28
      Neil Down says:

      What is his alternative? Let the parliament be completely dominated by people who agree with everything the EU does? Yes MEPs are colossally over-rewarded, so complain to Martin Schultz, not the MEPs trying to get us out of there.

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      • 35
        Mycroft says:

        I think the ‘anti-UKIP’ posters here are so feeble.

        In, make a noise, run away.

        Job done… or not. :)

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        • 111
          Anonymous says:

          When they have delivered their response of the day, they have to go back to HQ for another one to be worked out and approved by central control.

          They are not allowed to come up with stuff on their own initiative even if they had the mental capacity to do so, it wouldn’t be collectivist.

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  12. 18
    UKIP is the only way to vote says:

    Nice one Nige, good way to start and yes we want to be out of the EU you Belgian person you and the only way is to screw you lot up as you haven’t heard of democracy.

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    • 39
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Have Juncker or Shultz made one speech to the UK electorate?
      Have any of our MSM broadcast/reported on a speech made by either of them?

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  13. 20
    Anonymous says:

    No mention of hard working families/people and no mention of any other “line to take” nonsense.You can see why people like him.

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  14. 41
    Eurovisualist says:

    Not bad, but a little disjointed as a performance. I’d give him a 7.

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  15. 42
    Anonymous says:

    There is no difference within the UK Parliament either.

    Vote Lib dem get a united states of europe.
    Vote Labour get a unites States of europe.
    Vote Dave’s Liberal Tory party get a united states of europe.

    Where’s the difference?

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  16. 44
    Anonymous says:

    A lesser role in the EU for national parliaments is bad news for Cameron’s renegotiation

    http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/2014/07/the-european-council-is-elbowing-out-national-parliaments-it-doesnt-bode-well-for-camerons-renegotiation/

    why even bother voting now for the uk parliament?

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  17. 45
    Anonymous says:

    There is no hope whatsoever for a renegotiation along the lines Mr Cameron proposes.
    The EU is like a train on tracks which only go in one direction – to a destination called United States of Europe.
    We either get off the train, whilst we still can, or we will eventually reach the destination. There IS no third way.
    Cameron is either deluding himself – or is deliberately lying to the British people. As he’s not stupid, I think it’s the latter.

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    • 57
      Pookie Snackumberger says:

      He’s the heir to the great white slug (Heathusblubberus) so of course he’s not telling the truth about the EUSSR.

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  18. 51
    Red prince(sses) says:

    “Within the next five years I won’t be here.”

    Take it then that Nige will back out of the general election to let Dave win and call a referrendum.

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    • 64
      Jimmy says:

      He’s hardly ever there now.

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    • 89
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      I took Nige’s response to mean that BrExit would by then have occurred and therefore there is no reason for UKIP to continue as a political party.

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  19. 52
    Anonymous says:

    Why all the fuss any way with what ever the eu wants to do.

    The tories signed Maastricht
    Labour signed Lisbon etc etc.

    All these things are in the treaties. All our politicians do is play to the uk audience gallery who mostly do not want a united states of europe, but most politicians including the uk’s do.

    Cameron as usual is still doing a blair with the british public. Supporting the eu in every way he can but pretending he isn’t.

    You will have a united states of europe run by germany whether you want it or not. No uk parliament, whether a referendum gives a no vote or not, will ever vote to bring us out of europe.

    THAT IS FACT.

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    • 82
      Man on a corner. says:

      Hell of a difference between Maastricht and Lisbon.
      Lisbon gave almost everything away.

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  20. 54
    LOL says:

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  21. 59
    Anonymous says:

    Misuse of public building and tax payer money? #OnTheGravyTrainAlready

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      Shove your post-democracy says:

      Ludwig would have had the same opinion of the jumped up EU as he did of Napoleon after 1804.

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    • 95
      Gerry Mandering says:

      Massive unemployment in Spain – over 50% for the under 26. Seems that if you are desperate you will accept anything to get German cash.

      Now didn’t the Germans test out Blitzkreig in Geurnica?

      http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/hitler-s-destruction-of-guernica-practicing-blitzkrieg-in-basque-country-a-479675.html

      Vote UKIP

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      • 100
        Spanish Yoofs says:

        That’s why we’re coming over to the UK in vast droves. So much easier to get benefits, and lots of them.

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      • 130

        The joy isn’t the people’s. Who gives a shit what they think, fucking proles. The joy is all mine, when I see my fucking massive pension after a whole five years making a total cockup of my department.

        I bet you’re going to have to labour till you’re 65, following which, you’ll get bugger all. I shall think of you, as I sip the champagne in my yacht in the Bahamas.

        Actually — I lie! I won’t think of you. Or any of you wanky little peasants who’ve never done anything but make of me. So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, up yours. I’m going to have a wonderful rest of my life, doing jackshit other than spending YOUR money! hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  23. 69
    Anonymous says:

    Referring to DC as “dave” was a bit shabby. Leave it in the pub Nigel.

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    • 86
      Man on a corner. says:

      True.

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    • 101
      Dave C. says:

      But I’m one of the lads. I don’t mind at all, in fact Lynton encourages it.

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    • 147
      Mycroft says:

      I think it was a crafty and sharp bit of ribbing… remember this is ‘CMD’ we’re mentioning or as he said… “Call Me Dave”.

      Not shabby, it’s an arms length rejoinder.

      Oh well, sometimes even humour is a dead loss to the humourless.

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  24. 75

    Good for Farage. He is listening to the people

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  25. 76
    Tony Blair says:

    Oh Nige Nige my messiah esquire!

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  26. 79

    Oh Nige Nige if only you and I were on the same side, forget Iraq, we could have conquered the world.

    Love Tone ( Messiah)

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    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    There are only 2 events that would get me to buy my first ever bottle of Champers.

    One is obviously the axing of the telly tax and the other is BrExit.

    Both events are now nearer than ever before :-)

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  28. 87
    Truthteller says:

    Well done Nige, F@ck the EU.

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  29. 94
    You won't see this on the main BBC NEWS says:

    JUST BRILLIANT,

    WELL SAID NIGEL

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    • 103
      Ian Katz says:

      It’s not the sort of thing I want to see on Newsnight either.

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      • 137
        Bearder is weirder than Ed by at least 134% says:

        Doubt very much you’ll see it on Sky either these days.

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    • 105
      Tel-e-tax down the drain says:

      I haven’t a clue what BBBC News give their opinion on these days, so no, I won’t see it there.
      Have they resumed reporting FACTUAL news from around the world yet ?

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  30. 107
    lojolondon says:

    So what’s up, Guido, have you suddenly woken up and realised that Nigel is a far better and braver advocate for British people’s opinions than Brave Dave is?

    I trust you will remember to support the UKIP patriots in the future, for example, during the next elections…

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    Is it really worth being here? says:

    Jesus, how many of my comment now have been ‘Awaiting for Moderation’? Last time and I’m off. You KNOW my IP, I don’t have ANYTHING to hide. FFS, get a grip Guido!

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  32. 115
    Rolf Harris says:

    Nice one Nige. They don’t like it up ‘em!

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    visibly shaken says:

    very interesting so farage is a european he wants to stay in the union but just a trade union.

    i thought he wanted out out?

    + all or nothing 2015 for farage.

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  34. 132
    End Of Blog says:

    And Westminster, and the LibLabCon’s lived happily ever after…Schmucks..

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  35. 133
    What ThoughtCrime? says:

    Farage’s speech was predictable and lacked depth or impact. But his response to the Eurocrat acting like a trapped rat was brilliant. A host of independent, sovereign nations with an understanding that there’s some shared economic future working together with mutual respect without all this totalitarian nonsense? How shameful that this is considered by some to be a radical idea.

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    • 136
      Bearder is weirder than Ed by at least 134% says:

      Just like we had before that EEC thingy came into being…

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  36. 139
    Anonymous says:

    “We’re whistling in the wind”
    whilst tilting at windmills, eh Nigel? Criticising them for their hypocritical grasp of the democratic principle. Yet only offering the people at home a one-off/special offer/when it’s gone it’s gone, plebiscite.

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    • 148
      Mycroft says:

      I consider your thinking to be very muddled. So any reply is difficult.

      1/. It is essential that anti-democratic tendencies are repeatedly until the message gets through.

      2/. The ‘offer’ is a base principle, it is the house name on our policies front door, it is important that Political parties have a clear address, ‘Out of the EU’ is ours.

      3/. There are other doors in this street, but I think these are the ‘Houses for the Bewildered’ or ‘Distressed Gentlefolk’ or in old money… homes for the clinically insane.
      :)

      But that is my opinion.

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  37. 151
    Rolf Harris says:

    GOOGLE BRIAN GERRISH and the MIND BENDING CHANGE AGENTS. If you can hack the truth people!

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