Hot Nigel Farage: The Man who Transformed the World- even Hitlery Clinton admits it lol!

No Farage = No Brexit, No Brexit = No Trump Victory- Trump Victory = World Transformation

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This is relevant to the OP, because this is the core, essential, underlying logic of Farage and his ilk.

And you D4 have just unwittingly illustrated the truth of that in your posts above.
 
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To the Contrary - you have unmasked your solidarity for Ignatiev's "Abolish the "White Race" Project with your bile at Nigel Farage.

Back on Topic.
 

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To the Contrary - you have unmasked your solidarity for Ignatiev's "Abolish the "White Race" Project with your bile at Nigel Farage.
Oh my god - is that what that dirty Jew Ignatiev wants to do - "abolish the entire White Race?!"

Get down those pitchforks from the lofts, peasants. And don't heed anyone who tries to tell you that what he is actually talking about is challenging the social privilege that unconditionally attaches to skin colour in our society.

 
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It's a "Privilege" to be a Native in your own Country so you have to be "Abolished" :confused:

Except in Israel were "Asylum Seekers are a Cancer" & Black people are sterlised...

I don't like the KKK loons who expose these Zionazis but the Zionazis are just as bad.

Now get back on Topic, you sick animals...
 

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This is relevant to the OP, because this is the core, essential, underlying logic of Farage and his ilk.

And you D4 have just unwittingly illustrated the truth of that in your posts above.
There is nothing radical at all about Farage, indeed the Monday Club types in the 1980s Conservative Party were far more extreme than him.
 

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Without Farage Brexit would have never happened thats a sure given.

I dont think Farage had anything to do with Trump but Brexit has shown a beacon of hope to Europe.
 
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Farage is a guy who saw the EU for what is was. A micromanaging shadow state sitting atop a slow burning pyramid scheme. Farrage then ventured the eccentric notion that it might be a jolly good idea to step aside from that.

And he is radical. And he is an extremist. To be a mere pragmatist in this era of abject globalist lunacy is to mark oneself down as such. Nice to think the era of the circus that we are living in is running out of steam.
 

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Farage, the man whose vision didn't even encompass a post-Brexit reality.

Instead he disappeared.

A man who made his appeal to the lowest common denominator, on the basis of personal charisma, narrow nationalism, bigotry, and stoking base public fears, insecurities and ignorance.

A man who took advantage of the millions of poorly educated people looking for "simple" or more accurately, simplistic answers to their discontents. A man who focused his political appeals on those souls incapable of dealing with any complex considerations that require them to think or self-reflect.

He simply gave these people "answers" that sat well with their own sentiments and prejudices; "answers" that made it easy to point outwards to other little known or understood groupings to apportion blame; "answers" that seemed to make instant "sense", all tied up with base appeal to nationalism and patriotism etc.

Farage the little englander, motivated by a sentimental self-regard for his own race and nation. Anyone outside of his insular little world he scorned.

An ultra-nationalist, he had no real arguments to engage with; only trite assertions dressed up in the pomp of populist appeal.

And in the midst of the first real challenge to the EU project, the first real difficulties, this little dweeb rose to the top. Worse than that, people flocked to him. They continue to, even now there is no doubt what he is. What pathetic political creatures we remain.
Sorry, but are you talking about Farage and England or Netanyahu and Israel here???
 

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Farage the little englander,
Little Englanders were those who opposed the Crimean War and opposed all the rest of the murderous adventures of the British empire. The blood thirsty imperialists called them "Little Englanders," meaning people who wanted England to be a normal country, stop killing people, and mind its own business. So, yes, I would say that Farage does want to stop all these murderous wars and improve the standard of living of the English people.
 

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In my view, Brexit did open the space for Trump to win - just like Trump has opened the space for Hofer and Le Pen. The Americans are still quite influenced byEngland. After all, English culture is the hegemonic culture in North America. Brexit gave Americans the permission of the Old Country to say no to the New World Order and Globalism. So yes, Farage has done more any any other human being in memory to change this world for the better.
 
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