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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TheWexfordInn

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#25
Farage, the man whose vision didn't even encompass a post-Brexit reality.

Instead he disappeared.
Eh? Farage disappeared?
In what sense?

He has continued speaking at the European Parliament

He has continued being very vocal about Brexit.

He was the first European politician to meet with the new President elect of the US and with his high profile contacts there has offered his services towards working to assist the pivot of the UK away from the EU towards the US.

He has in the last week announced that he is contemplating running for the UK Parliament again.

He is planning to lead a march in London in early December calling on the UK to expedite Brexit.

Now if you want you can point out that the establishment politicians have stepped up their efforts to sideline him recently having realised that he is a threat to their cosy existence rather than just being an irritation as they previously viewed him.

But don't claim that he has disappeared, that's just silly.
 
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Eh? Farage disappeared?
In what sense?
In the sense that in the wake of the uncertainty and fear that was left behind immediately after the Brexit vote, he said he was retiring and dismissed the idea of coming back again in the future. Once others stepped in and assumed the responsibility to steer the UK through the crisis he engendered, and took some difficult decisions and began to work through some difficult processes, he then changes his mind and involves himself. Very typical of a narcissist, which he so undoubtedly is. Farage had no plan on how to deal with the Brexit, and he would certainly never take responsibility for having to do something unpopular. He wouldn't be man enough. He is a petty nationalist, a one-trick charismatic populist.
 

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In the sense that in the wake of the uncertainty and fear that was left behind immediately after the Brexit vote, he said he was retiring and dismissed the idea of coming back again in the future. Once others stepped in and assumed the responsibility to steer the UK through the crisis he engendered, and took some difficult decisions and began to work through some difficult processes, he then changes his mind and involves himself. Very typical of a narcissist, which he so undoubtedly is. Farage had no plan on how to deal with the Brexit, and he would certainly never take responsibility for having to do something unpopular. He wouldn't be man enough. He is a petty nationalist, a one-trick charismatic populist.
You view the world through some odd distorted lens. After the referendum Farage though that it was job done, the UK is out of the EU with a clean Brexit, no Customs Union, no Single market.
He quickly realised he was wrong - instead of decisive leadership implementing the demands of the UK population we have seen dithering, time wasting and backpedalling which is why he is now back in full-on Brexit campaigning mode.

He has offered and continues to offer his services to push Brexit through, the fact that the dithering idiots running the UK have not thus far taken him up on the project is their fault not his.
 
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You view the world through some odd distorted lens. After the referendum Farage though that it was job done, the UK is out of the EU with a clean Brexit, no Customs Union, no Single market.
He quickly realised he was wrong - instead of decisive leadership implementing the demands of the UK population we have seen dithering, time wasting and backpedalling which is why he is now back in full-on Brexit campaigning mode....
Indeed! To you and the other juveniles salivating all over this thread maybe.

Look, here is a comment left on the FT by a reader that I think nails the whole debate so far:


Remainers (left holding the Brexit baby after the Leavers… left) “WTF?”​
Leavers “We voted Brexit, now You Remainers need to implement it”​
Remainers “But it’s not possible!”​
Leavers “The People Have Spoken. Therefore it is possible. You just have to think positively.”​
Remainers “And do what exactly?”​
Leavers “Come up with a Plan that will leave us all better off outside the EU than in it”​
Remainers “But it’s not possible!”​
Leavers “Quit with the negative vibes. The People Have Spoken.”​
Remainers “But even you don’t know how!”​
Leavers “That’s your problem, we’ve done our bit and voted, we’re going to sit here and eat popcorn and watch as you do it.”​
Remainers “Shouldn’t you do it?”​
Leavers “It’s not up to us to work out the detail, it’s up to you experts.”​
Remainers “I thought you’d had enough of experts”​
Leavers “Remain experts.”​
Remainers “There are no Leave experts”​
Leavers “Then you’ll have to do it then. Oh, and by the way, no dragging your feet or complaining about it, because if you do a deal we don’t want, we’ll eat you alive.”​
Remainers “But you don’t know what you want!”​
Leavers “We want massive economic growth, no migration, free trade with the EU and every other country, on our terms, the revival of British industry, re-open the coal mines, tea and vicars on every village green, some bunting, and maybe restoration of the empire.”​
Remainers “You’re delusional.”​
Leavers “We’re a delusional majority. DEMOCRACY! So do the thing that isn’t possible, very quickly, and give all Leavers what they want, even though they don’t know what they want, and ignore the 16 million other voters who disagree. They’re tight trouser latte-sipping hipsters who whine all the time, who cares.”​
 

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Indeed! To you and the other juveniles salivating all over this thread maybe.

Look, here is a comment left on the FT by a reader that I think nails the whole debate so far:


Remainers (left holding the Brexit baby after the Leavers… left) “WTF?”​
Leavers “We voted Brexit, now You Remainers need to implement it”​
Remainers “But it’s not possible!”​
Leavers “The People Have Spoken. Therefore it is possible. You just have to think positively.”​
Remainers “And do what exactly?”​
Leavers “Come up with a Plan that will leave us all better off outside the EU than in it”​
Remainers “But it’s not possible!”​
Leavers “Quit with the negative vibes. The People Have Spoken.”​
Remainers “But even you don’t know how!”​
Leavers “That’s your problem, we’ve done our bit and voted, we’re going to sit here and eat popcorn and watch as you do it.”​
Remainers “Shouldn’t you do it?”​
Leavers “It’s not up to us to work out the detail, it’s up to you experts.”​
Remainers “I thought you’d had enough of experts”​
Leavers “Remain experts.”​
Remainers “There are no Leave experts”​
Leavers “Then you’ll have to do it then. Oh, and by the way, no dragging your feet or complaining about it, because if you do a deal we don’t want, we’ll eat you alive.”​
Remainers “But you don’t know what you want!”​
Leavers “We want massive economic growth, no migration, free trade with the EU and every other country, on our terms, the revival of British industry, re-open the coal mines, tea and vicars on every village green, some bunting, and maybe restoration of the empire.”​
Remainers “You’re delusional.”​
Leavers “We’re a delusional majority. DEMOCRACY! So do the thing that isn’t possible, very quickly, and give all Leavers what they want, even though they don’t know what they want, and ignore the 16 million other voters who disagree. They’re tight trouser latte-sipping hipsters who whine all the time, who cares.”​
A jokey comment by an anonymous source on a fanatically Brexit-sceptic newspaper . Very convincing argument there.
 

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#35
Reading through this thread would make one believe that many of these Farage fans wish they were still under the direct control of Westminster.
 
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