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Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Nigel Farage's Top Speeches

Nigel Farage Resigns as head of UKIP

By Dark Politricks

As we say goodbye to Nigel Farage from the political scene I thought I would collate an article of his most famous speeches in the EU Parliament.

Nigel Farage is the man who started the UK Independence Movement to leave the EU, he helped convince the country that we should vote for BREXIT, and has now chosen to resign from UKIP saying that the job is now done.

He went to Brussels and got paid handsomely as an MEP but at least he told everyone about it, unlike the other tax payer milking ex politicos. He let on about the massive expenses, the special passports that gave him the right to jump queues at airports and the daily allowances just for turning up at work.

He wanted us to make him redundant, he actually begged us to make him jobless, and unlike many in the EU parliament he had actually held down a real job before becoming a politician.

So whatever you think of him, and whilst he never sat in the Houses of Commons, you cannot deny that he's managed to change the whole political scene in the UK and Europe, mostly as a one man band for a lot of the time.

You can listen to his resignation speech below where he attacks the undemocratic centralised control of the EU and the mass joblessness of the youth across southern Europe due to the Euro.

He also talks about the rush of Commonwealth countries like Australia and New Zealand who have already contacted us already about forming one to one trade deals.

I agree with Nigel that I am worried about our BREXIT.

We cannot have politics as normal and we cannot have a REMAIN campaigner as our PM doing the deal with Europe for us.

We should be busy doing our one to one deals with other countries now, and quickly, so that businesses and employees can see we are getting on with things and help settle the markets that went totally mental after the vote but seem to be getting back to normal now.

We need to ignore all the mass protests by Remain voters who are sore losers.

We need to ignore all the Internet polls saying that London should become a city-state and all the lawyers who are demanding the UK Government ignore the referendum result.

These people can use all the legal technicalities they want but morally the vote has been won and we should get on with things and make the best of them like we always do in the UK.

UKIP maybe to the right of the UK political spectrum and many people might think it's just full of old people who hate foreigners.

However what they don't realise is that many UKIP supporters are poorer and younger workers who have suffered due to wage suppression and globalisation.

This is why I cannot believe Labour have chosen this time to attack Jeremy Corbyn for not doing enough to get Labour voters to vote remain.

How can he be blamed for the evils of globalisation that have caused the poor to suffer. It's the rich Blairites and Politicos that just don't understand why people on the left could possibly vote to leave the EU.

Globalisation hasn't done everyone favours.

It may have raised wages in poorer countries but it has lowered them in richer countries. We are now all fighting to prevent the international corporations forcing us to all work to Chinese sweatshop levels and the lowest common level.

By allowing companies within the UK to hire cheap Eastern European labour and undercut UK workers the politicians only have themselves to blame.

Labour under Blair and Brown opened the doors to our current multicultural society, a policy they have now apologised for, and they have to accept responsibility for all the unemployment caused by it.

Thousands of UK people put out of work due to their jobs being taken by people willing to work longer hours and for much less pay than them.

Why we can't have some sensible laws such as enforcing companies to offer ALL jobs to UK born citizens at least 5 times, including the long-term unemployed before even thinking of hiring an overseas worker I have no idea.

It wouldn't be hard to implement but it would cut a hole in these rich global elites pockets and who gives a toss - I don't.

That is why so many Labour voters chose to vote to leave and that is why Labour should be looking at Tony Blair and Gordon Brown for blame and NOT Jeremy Corbyn for the mass Labour vote to leave the undemocratic EU.

However as we are saying goodbye to one of the most colourful characters of the UK and European political stage I thought I would collate some of Nigel's finest outbursts and speeches for you.

Nigel's Most Famous Speech - "Who are you?"

Starting with a personal famous favourite here. Nigel Farage welcoming the newly unelected EU President Herman van Rompuy to the EU Parliament.

"You have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk" were the famous words that made the UKIP leader a household name around the globe.

One year later - "Who the Hell Do You Think You Are?"

One year after that speech he attacks him again for being the poster boy for Euroscepticism due to the failure of the Euro and the crisis in the EU.

The EU Parliament President attacked by Farage

Here is another EU President being attacked by Nigel Farage in the EU parliament. He sure doesn't make any friends in the room with his speeches.

Nigel Farage Savages Angela Merkel

Here is Nigel savaging the German leader and David Cameron about how she is leading the EU to a more centralised federal system and how the UK can do nothing about it due to the country not being inside the Euro.

"Who do you think you are kidding Mr Juncker"

Here is Nigel attacking the EU for their desire to create an EU army and apparently wanting to fight Russia over Ukraine.

Nigel's speech that won the BREXIT vote

This is a speech that Nigel made in June about Turkey blackmailing the EU as well as being an ally of ISIS, using their NATO membership to bomb their Kurdish enemies in Syria instead.

He talks about the flooding of Europe with weapons, allowing millions of poor undocumented migrants to become documented, and the failure of the EU to solve the refugee crisis.

The EU ask him in response whether he supported these wars that caused all the refugees and he replies defiantly that NO he would have voted against them all if he was in the UK parliament.

Nigels attacks Gordon Brown on hypocrisy

Here Nigel takes on the ex Labour PM, Gordon Brown, who went back on his pledge to give the UK a vote on the Lisbon treaty (EU Constitution), after the Irish voted against it in their first referendum.

He also attacks him for selling 400 metric tons of Gold at a massively devalued price and his poor management of the UK economy.

Nigel takes on Tony Blair the war criminal

Here Farage attacks Tony Blair for his failure to secure the UK rebate and his failure to reform the EU on their common agricultural policy.

Goodbye EU, I won!

"When I came here 17 years ago and I said I wanted to lead a campaign to leave the EU you all laughed at me, well you're not laughing now are you...."

This is Nigel Farage's victory speech in the days after the BREXIT vote, in which the Vote Leave side won. He had finally achieved his dream ambition of leading the UK out of the EU.

So what do you think of UKIP leader Nigel Farage and his successful, almost one man campaign to leave the EU that snowballed into winning EU elections, hundreds of seats on local councils and even 2 MPs?

Will he go down in history as one of England’s most successful politicians or will his name be blotted out of history due to the remain side's bitterness at us leaving the EU against their will?

Let me know what you think and remember to take the new poll at the top of the page on whether we should have voted to leave or stay in the EU. Do YOU have buyers remorse?

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By Dark Politricks


© 2016 Dark Politricks


  1. He may not have been in our parliament but for one man to start UKIP and almost by himself campaign so long to get us out of the EU and finally achieve it must make him one of the most successful politicians. No broken campaign pledges and u-turns, he had one policy - to BREXIT and he achieved it therefore he has a 100% success rate unlike every other politician I can think of.

  2. Nigel was a force of nature, love or hate him and I did hate him at times when he went too far to the right he did make me chuckle when he slagged off these faceless EU politicians given enormous power and privilege without a single vote being cast by the people. You cannot deny he has achieved what he set out to do - get the UK to leave the EU!


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