Nigel Farage on Brexit: A new sense of optimism is emerging in UK

Nigel Farage on Brexit: A new sense of optimism is emerging in UK

Author: Kevin Mason

100 thoughts on “Nigel Farage on Brexit: A new sense of optimism is emerging in UK

  1. Good thing that the UK kept their British Pound!
    For now they can pound Brexit into the EU's face.

    Once other European nations see how well the UK survives in the future,
    They will realize that the ties that bind them to the EU, are in reality,
    chains that enslave them.

  2. Henry the 8th would be rolling in his grave that they even submitted to the globalists! Whooohoo Nigel…you deserve to party all night long…congratulations
    You know Trump has a trade deal for England, and it will be done when Trump wins re-election in 2020!

  3. It’s a dream but I would love πŸ’• to see Russia πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί joining the west with trade ,and more people speaking English language ,not to forget Ukraine πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ as well God Bless freedom πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈ

  4. So you see there are still to this day modern day supermen . Not many but one must continue hope that there can be REAL change for the common folks after all. I personally salute Mr. Nigel Farage for believing first in him self and having the strength while all else around him seemed as dark and gloom to emerge victory for not him self but the people he truly loves and fought for. May this be a lesson for the world to witness there still are those out there in a position of influence who have not sold out will make a change for the better and decent cause. Well done sir, you make us proud and I do not live in the UK nor do I need to!

  5. He is indeed a good man and commend him for his hard work. I would have liked to hear him pass on some of the well wishes to the rest of the MEPs for the UK as I am sure he didn't do it single single handedly. But never the less well done.

  6. God bless the queen and the brave and fearless British People. Once again the cradle of freedom leads the world forward against the globalist nightmare.

  7. Bravo Nigel. Bravo UK. Nationalism matters. Borders matter. Sovereignty matters. People are completely awake to the Marxist-Leninist scam of the Elders of Globalism to repress Humanity and conquer the entire globe under an Orwellian nightmare dictatorship as in China. The Elders of Globalism use the EU, UN, Agenda 2030, CFR, WHO, "Global Warming", "Climate Change", "Immigration", "racism", Ideological Subversion, and a myriad of ploys to create chaos. The Globalists secretly go into countries and create chaos, so they can save us. Fu** the Globalist scum.

  8. Now Nigel, lets get the good people of Britain back their pocket knives, firearms and private property so they can truly live in their own country!

  9. N, you are successful in your task. Now onto the next task which is dealing with the bureaucrats post Brexit. There is more to the game. Good Luck!

  10. Yeah,USA and uk are a bunch looosers…welcome to the club…of coursed usA will duck em,they look forward to that…and england is ready to bend over…

  11. UK should wait on Nexit. My country is also thinking about leaving the EU like many other North Western European countries we could form an Alliance. The EU monster is to big with many corrupt poor states of the south and eastern Europe. UK-the Netherlands-Beglium-Denmark-Norway. They should allow only countries who do well. But countries like Moldavia???

  12. Yes! The corner has been turned. The British people have endured 3 years of slander, abuse and obfuscation and stuck to their guns. We reject supranational bureaucracies, we reject globalisation, mass immigration, woke identity politics and are proud of our culture and nation πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

  13. They are free of the EU. Next in line is to get free of the Mohammedans they were forced to import. I mean, really, a Mohammedan mayor of London! Appalling.

    And congrats from Mexico.

  14. The Yankies are bloody happy the Brits are leaving the EU. Nothing sounds better than a broken EU and a weakened China. Fantastic lol

  15. So excited to watch our great country become an outward looking free market economy. Its about time we reconnected with our natural Allies across the Anglo-sphere. πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‘Œ

  16. Now Nigel has no job. He has left the EU – maybe he has a chance to join the Brexit British parliament. But what can he do there? Maybe he can make Britain rich – the richest country on earth? But if Boris starts his first deals then I think this is the end – the end of the UK and Britain.

  17. Congratulations. Now don't forget to take out the trash that was sent to and placed in England. Hopeful the beginning of reclaiming our Western Civilization for the bright future of our children.

  18. "how long will it take to get a trade deal with America"?

    about 3 days on the phone with Donald Trump.

    we're not going to leave England in the ditch. Not no but heck no!!

    remember the last time? we sent ship, money, guns and people. we will always look out for England and pray they always look out for us.

    The new game is divide and conquer and Scotland is the target and the SNP are the Trojan horse

  20. Now, Britain has its own independence day… I congrangulate the Brits to their new independence… Hopefully, my country Germany will be next to leave the Union – then the EU will be history!! Patriotic greetings from Germany!! DEXIT NOW!!!

  21. I'm Scottish & want nothing to do with that dictatorship aka the EU. Freedom….πŸ’―πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ The SNP don't speak for all the Scottish! Full of LEFT wing Traitors! We're back….πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

  22. βœ³β­•βœ³β­•βœ³β­•βœ³β­•βœ³β­•βœ³β­•βœ”
    We will work together Nigel…
    All the way,, good deals are coming
    34🚩🚩🚩 oh and by the way,, let's round up the illegals send them back wherever they f**** come from…

  23. This is mendacious garbage. There is widespread gloom in the UK. Of course, you have the flag wavers but it is the same reason people whistle while passing a graveyard β€” to keep their fear at bay.

  24. The EU is what the Nazis failed to complete. They want only one nation, one flag, one currency, one constitution, one eu army, no borders, leaders not even elected by the citizens etc etc! Congratulations England for leaving the awful tyranny of an organization! These fools have almost destroyed all of Europe!

  25. They've left the largest free trading block with a total GDP of 19 trillion and are now begging for trade deals with developing nations who have trash level GDPs. This FOX presenter refers to this fact as "the elites sticking the ore-in"

  26. Great job Britton. Globalism only served liberal politicians and the business fat cats. Take back your country and serve your citizens.

  27. The responses here remind me of an Amway seminar… everyone so artificially happy and enthusiastic to congratulate each other on nearly making sales. Lots of hand shaking. The uncomfortable family and friends who they lied or guilted in to coming to the cult meeting congregating in the corner trying not to be so publicly embarrassed they are related to people who peddle this crap but seem so happy to declare their affiliation with Amway in this one safe space…

  28. I love it when other countries wake up and become proud of their country. It may take some others a while, but it will come in due time. Being American FEELS great, just like you should feel great about retaining your identities as British! People talk about patriotism like it's bad, but it brings us closer. So happy for the Britons, hopefully other nations follow suit! – From an American cousin on the other side of the pond

  29. The English will be hustling and begging to rejoin the EU in some years…I say "English" b/c the Scots will break the Union taking the Irish with them.

  30. We won't be really free of the EU, we have a 11month transition period, and expect the Eu will fight tooth and nail, with every dirty trick they can devise. We have to be on our guard!!!!!!!!!!!

  31. Grand Day for the Brits! Welcome back to holding the reins of your own country! Here in America…Leftists are concerned that American citizens will meddle in the 2020 election.

  32. Brexiteers, much like the trumpers, are the hicks of their political system. Can't wait for you boomers to die off.

  33. Congratulations on your independence day Britain from the American South may consider buying property in the uk now

  34. No parties or fireworks at all in my major English city. NOTHING. Fox can't be wrong, so I am hallucinating the utter apathy of most Brits towards Brexit.

  35. Erm. I was in Britain when 11pm struck.Β 

    Most people just watched telly or went to bed. Because they think: It's not over yet, so what's to celebrate? It's not just detail that has to be finalised, it's the real deal that has yet to be struck. So far, it's all been phoney battles and mere preliminaries.Β 

    Now comes the real war, the real casualties and the collateral damage. Mr Farage is a past master of turning a blind eye to blinding truths of this kind.

    No amount of jollity from Mr Farage will raise the spirits of a majority of those who live here. He is really proving that he may be a clever, determined and influential politician, but he is not statesman enough to catch or reflect the national mood rather than that of his very narrow support base (at best, 12% of the electorate and 17% of voters in a General Election – the vast majority of people have never voted in an EU election, so his wins there were delivered by only 12% of those registered to vote).

    Remember also, you out there, that Mr Farage only has a 26% approval rating (see YouGov) with the UK population. Mr Johnson is generally on about 36%. These are not popular leaders with a majority of the electorate, and, as has been the case since WW2, the policies of the government of the day have the whole-hearted support of well under 40% of the country as a whole.

    It's no surprise that, despite Mr Farage's attempt to paint a different picture, the nation is, for the most part, waiting on events rather than celebrating, and this even includes many who voted to leave, or voted Tory in December.

    In London terms, a 'huge celebration' would have to involve hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of participants (like the Royal weddings, or a coronation) and fill places like The Mall and the Royal Parks. The fact is, there were quite a few thousands, or a few tens of thousand at best, at the celebrations, enough to fill the relatively small Parliament Square, but hardly enough to merit the epithet 'huge'.Β 

    (And Fox News and Mr Farage are always berating the 'mainstream media' for not telling the truth! But then, sadly, Mr Farage has re-affirmed his support for that serial liar, Mr Trump.)

    Sorry to be a party pooper.

    (And don't assume I am a remainer, either. There are many millions of people in Britain who voted neither for nor against leaving and many of those who voted one way or another did not do so in anything close to a spirit of fanaticism. I think you'll find the most common attitude in the UK to leaving or remaining in the EU is one of scepticism. The story that never reaches the media at all is that many, if not most, people in the UK were largely indifferent to the EU before the referendum and felt that the Tories flunked their responsibility to govern and make decisions by presenting them with an extremely difficult dilemma in the voting booth, if they ever even got there.)

  36. As a young successful entrepreneur myself, this all makes so much sense. Look at your history books folks! UK has always worked under the principle of English common law, whereas Europe Napoleonic civil law. The latter being much more centralised, power to the ruling state, power to the government whereas the opposite is the fact in our common law. A big reason today as to why the Anglophere colonies have done so much better then opposed to Spanish, French and Portuguese colonies. Common law places a strong emphasis on individual property and investor rights (essential component for economic growth) while civil law systems were keener on state ownership and management. Common law always seeked to curtail sovereign abuse, equality, liberty, rule of law and free market. Whereas civil law is all about an all powerful state capable of solving everything. Civil law systems were more attuned to heavy state involvement In the economy in the form of rigid regulations that were unfavourable to growth.
    As we know countries that embrace free market capitalism are in better position for economic growth then centralised states (EU) engaged in substantial economic involvement, in the form of regulations and protectionist policies.
    Please it was only a matter of when us Brits would leave. Sovereignty and free market capitalism has always been a cornerstone of our country. And America, Australia, Csnada, New Zealand and south africa have benefited greatly from adopting the common law model.
    Stuff you EU, we know your game, your the modern day empire, what doesn't the brits nor know about Empires??? Haha.

  37. Given that Brexit was hijacked by your Brexit party from the 17.4 million that gave you your win Nigel many of us that where slandered are not so sure Boris will deliver what we asked for.

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