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    So what are the odds now for Mr Farage becoming the next PM or at least Foreign Secretary ? :-)

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    Huge odds against. The man has tried to enter parliament and failed miserably on 7 occasions, so about as much chance as he has always had…zilch!

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    The sooner the better! He is the only one that has spoken the truth over the past 10 years. At last people are waking up to what is going on – career politicians are totally out of touch with what is going on outside on the streets, in the cities, towns and villages.

    Roger the stats you are looking at of the past are water under the bridge – next Thursday is going to bring big changes.

     

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    Farage would be the biggest disaster since Tony Blair.

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    I despair for anyone who can’t see right through him. I despise him and his phoney ‘man of the people’ act. A very dangerous person indeed.

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    Farage would be the biggest disaster since Tony Blair.

    Maybe but Farage admitted in a radio interview last year that he hasn’t ruled out trying to become a Tory Mp with designs on high government office. He does seem to possess some of the qualities needed to be a high ranking politician. He’s devious, dishonest, smug and conceited – he should do well !!

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    He is the only one that has spoken the truth over the past 10 years.

    I’m not sure that we’ve all been watching/reading the same media, Cheeki.

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    The sooner the better! He is the only one that has spoken the truth over the past 10 years. At last people are waking up to what is going on – career politicians are totally out of touch with what is going on outside on the streets, in the cities, towns and villages. Roger the stats you are looking at of the past are water under the bridge – next Thursday is going to bring big changes.

    Farage himself admitted he told lies about the £350 million per week which would be pumped into the NHS.

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    He lied to his wife….he lied to the country….he’s a big mouthed ,beer swilling racist .sadly apparently some find him credible.

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    He’s certainly far from ‘honest’ isn’t he ?

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    The sooner the better! He is the only one that has spoken the truth over the past 10 years. At last people are waking up to what is going on – career politicians are totally out of touch with what is going on outside on the streets, in the cities, towns and villages. Roger the stats you are looking at of the past are water under the bridge – next Thursday is going to bring big changes.

     

    Big changes, you do know it is an election where seats won will be lost some months later, nothing big in that. He speaks the truth, sorry many lies have come from his mouth, one of the most famous is when he stood by the bus, remember the bus? Then two years later denied it was anything to do with him. The speech about millions of Romanians would swarm in to the UK, followed later by even more millions of Turks following on? All scare tactics and not any proof just the need to scare people to get votes. He does nothing at the EU but try and create a divide, he is the most useless lump ever to be found in politics and I say “politics” lightly, seven failed attempts to get in to Parliament is not the past, it is the proof that he is not wanted in the commons. He has no policies but says he will give the public his policies after the EU elections, make of that what you will !

    I wonder if he will accept the challenge thrown out to Farage for a live debate on TV by Heidi Allen

    The Observer view on the European elections and Nigel Farage’s malign message

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/may/12/the-observer-view-on-european-elections-nigel-farage

     

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    I wouldn’t know who to vote for now, they’re all a bunch of lying b*st*rds!

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    What a lot of baloney – and it isn’t even a full moon – all previous comments obviously from Remainers

    Ha Ha Ha Ha……. “Far from honest – lied to his wife, racist, beer-swilling” – were you a fly on the wall or did you just believe the trash that is fed to you by BBC or the Guardian or any other mainstream lying and manipulating media? And, no one on this forum I am sure drinks beer, of course not. LOL

    No VK, I am obviously certainly not reading or looking at the same media, thank goodness, I wouldn’t want to be so misguided.

    Jazzy you need not despair for me but for yourself if you feel that way about Farage and can’t see the alternative – the total betrayal of the lying plonkers who were voted in to run the country.

    Peter James doing an ‘Andrew Marr’ – dragging out same old, same old, comments from a year or more back, and as I point out to Roger, there was a lot of ‘lying’ going on from both sides.

    When you are commenting on ‘scare tactics’ Roger, you fail to mention all the scare tactics that were flying about (and still are) to frighten people against leaving the EU. No trade deals, planes won’t fly, no food, no medications, blockages at borders, on and on and on.  What a lot of rubbish … and people believe it! :wacko:

    Please don’t bother to reply and ‘slang me’ re my post. I have a pain in my neck shaking my head in disbelief and despair at the tone of your previous comments and I just couldn’t bear to return to this forum to read any more. I had thought that you guys were more sophisticated than to go ‘slanging’ as one sees on Facebook and other platforms. We all have opinions and thank goodness they differ but one thing that does come through everywhere is the impolite reaction of ‘remain’ voters.  Maybe it is the fact that they can see defeat on the horizon and forget their manners, understandable, I suppose.

    One thing I cannot understand is the little faith that the Remain people have in themselves and their country that they feel that they have to cling onto the skirts of the EU, obey those superior minds  (huh  :wacko: ) who tell them what to do and how to do it.  Or – do they just like to feel that they are a big fish in a little pond? Well, that ‘pond’ is full of dark and dangerous monsters.

    Nigh Night all – sleep tight but try not to get so ‘uptight’  ;-)

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    Those ‘same old’ comments are quite important c/w. He promised £350 million  per week which is £1.4 BILLION per month to be spent on the NHS which is brill. That’s a cool £20 plus  Billion per annum going to train more staff, build new hospitals which is indeed wonderful. Then he tells us (after the vote) that he lied !! How is that telling the truth ?

    Of course every side told lies, no one is disputing that but when you come out with such a statement you should expect to be challenged without throwing your toys out of the pram !

     

     

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    Huge odds against. The man has tried to enter parliament and failed miserably on 7 occasions, so about as much chance as he has always had…zilch!

    I think the situation has changed a little since the last time he tried?

    If you look at the ” state of affairs” in the British parliament  at the moment , they all seem to be lost ?

    I agree with jazzy ( as usual :-) ) but I think that “the people” will vote for Farage’s  brexit party , the same way that they voted for brexit in the referendum , just to tell the politicians what they think of them. The result will be an increase in the departures of the educated Europeans from the UK,with a worsening effect on the NHS and other institutions . There may be a lot of voters with cash , that will choose Farage  as the best of all the evils .

    It is interesting to watch , sat here in France .

    The Europeans still can’t figure out why the UK is destroying itself! :-)

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    Nigel Farage is today’s Oswald Moseley. The other day he was in a car crash and ran away with his French mistress – just like he did with Brexit. His party has now members, no policy and no solutions to the British Border in Ireland. He is also lazy – he has attended just one out of 49 meetings about Fish in the EU parliament. – which shows his real lack of concern. He has also fiddled his expenses .

     

    Lock him up!

     

     

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    If you ever want an explanation of how the Nazi party came to power just read cheekiweeki’s posts….

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    I,m proud to be labeled a remainer.

    i,m European…I live in Europe.

    I hate hypocrites …people who drink beer when they would far rather be quaffing champagne…thinking of their image.

    Lying through their teeth to fool those who can’t see through them.

    yes both sides exaggerated .even lied. The  truth is that Brexit hasn’t happened yet…only the fear of it ,already hitting the British economies …forcing bad decisions for the uk.

    I lived most of my life in the uk…I am sad for them.

    Europe isn’t perfect…it’s evolving…they should be part of that.

     

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    I do agree with Cheeki on some of the ridiculous scare tactics that have been banded about, and now after seeing more of the ” cronies” that are supposedly big wigs in the EU through TV coverage etc, most of them have their heads up their own ar*ses!!

     

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    Straight after the Brexit vote (our postal votes somehow disappeared) the result was a catalyst for me getting French nationality, as I need to travel and work around Europe.Had the interview with the Police last year and my final (I hope) interview at the prefecture in Rennes. The interview was about 30 minutes, of which 15 was dealing with documentation.

    Without even leaving the EU, our business has lost about 60,000 Euros, mainly due to the drop in the value of the pound. Is there any upside to Brexit? (apart from black passports) Nigel said we could have the Norway model in the campaign, now he says people voted for a hard no-deal. Of course the leave campaign were very careful not be too specific about life after Brexit. 50% of UK trade is with the EU, 5% of EU trade is with the UK. Now people are better informed 60% want to remain. Even now, the Brexit party have no manifesto – if they had one it would be this –

    No tax for the rich

    No Manufacturing Industry

    No Agriculture sector

    No Forriners

    No NHS

    No Minimum Wage

    No Pansies

    No Intelligence Sharing

    No Action on “Global Warming”

    No Workers rights

    No Holidays

    Smoking in Pubs

     

     

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    The problem with a democracy is that everyone gets the chance to vote , so if Mr Farage gets voted in by the people , then he will be part of the government. I don’t see that he is a lot different from most of the others that have been “voted in” and form the government of the UK at this moment . I hope that the UK gets out of the EU as fast as possible , so that Europe can get on with it’s life and the UK can sort out their problems without pointing fingers at European politicians. :-)

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    The problem with a democracy is that everyone gets the chance to vote , so if Mr Farage gets voted in by the people , then he will be part of the government. I don’t see that he is a lot different from most of the others that have been “voted in” and form the government of the UK at this moment . I hope that the UK gets out of the EU as fast as possible , so that Europe can get on with it’s life and the UK can sort out their problems without pointing fingers at European politicians. :-)

     

    Sorry I’m lost here, if Farage gets in he will be part of the government…how does that work out? You stated earlier that the 7 defeats he faced are all in the past, to me it tells me what the voters think of him getting to the house and I don’t see that changing tbh. I do agree with the rest about the UK getting out of the EU but as ever, there will still be fingers pointed at the EU for any ensuing problems in the UK, that is the way of things in politics

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    I do agree with Cheeki on some of the ridiculous scare tactics that have been banded about, and now after seeing more of the ” cronies” that are supposedly big wigs in the EU through TV coverage etc, most of them have their heads up their own ar*ses!!

     

    Care to name them, all I see are EU members trying to do what they are meant to be doing and that is working for the good of the EU, unlike UKIP MEP’s who are simply there to take their salary and so as little as possible, if anything at all, more so Farage.

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    What’s all that have to do with Nige ?

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    No Roger, I don’t care to name them, I can’t be bothered!

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    Pete, it’s all to do with the EU and what it’s actually all about and how the public are being manipulated by those at the top who want us all inside the EU so they can control us.

    Think Bilderberg Group.

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    Maybe you’re reading this, Cheekiweeki, maybe you’re not, since you said you weren’t going to come back, but from what I have read about you, you’re Irish and your husband’s American, so Brexit doesn’t and won’t affect your life. It DOES affect others, probably the majority of members on this forum, so perhaps it would be better if you either left the topic alone or provide us with the sources of any information you might have found that justifies your rather singular and extreme point of view.

    Meanwhile, here’s some food for thought.

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    No Roger, I don’t care to name them, I can’t be bothered!

    Really but strangely you bothered to post ” …… most of them have their heads up their own ar*ses!!” Seems it was just a throwaway line then with no basis in fact, very cheekiweeki in fact.

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    The problem with voting for the usual tired old mainstream parties is that it just perpetuates the problems that the UK has suffered from for years, particularly the last three years.

    Carry on like that and the problems just go round and round and nothing gets solved.

    The system needs a shock, a good hefty kick up the @rse – both in the UK and here in France.

    Get your boots on Nigel!

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