Monday, 7 February 2011

Nigel Farage: An Unelected Commission is the Government of Europe

  
7th February 2011     
Nigel Farage interviewed on Finnish television channel, MTV3.
  

10 comments:

Sheriff said...

I used to think that Farage was a clown - but I have changed my opinion.

Sheriff said...

He's frighteningly correct about everything he says, Dioclese, and I sincerely hope there's a voter surge towards UKIP at the next election as they are now the only real alternative to the Lib/Lab/Con-merchants! :-P

Sheriff said...

Just saw this over at http://tundratabloids.com/. Nigel spells out in his opening statement about how we were fooled thirty years ago into thinking it was all about free trade yet here we are with an unelected dictatorship and a Parliament that does not pass and can't repeal laws.
Like Nigel I am not anti Europe  but I am anti-EU.

What a pair of wankers doing that interview. Realising what a fervently anti-EU spokesman they are up against they try an interview tactic not worthy of a school debating forum "tell us three things that are positive about the EU". Nigel was, of course, far too aware  to fall into such a bovine trap.

Sheriff said...

Yeah for Nigel!  he's great.  I think his life was spared in that plane crash to go on and do great things!
He tweeted this morning that he was going to have some things to say to rumpy bumpy today that will make him mad!  I bet that will be a great video too, when it comes out!
Have a fun day, Spidey. ;)

Sheriff said...

Pity Nige seems to be a lone voice though.

Sheriff said...

All part of Europes remorseless slde into totalitarianism. And leftists governments everywhere are queueing up to emulate it.

Sheriff said...

I'm the same, Banned, I like Europe but I hate, loathe, detest, abhor, (and any other word you can think of),  the commie EUSSR! Thank fuck for Nigel because the Tories are fucking shite at standing up for Britain! >:o
Those two interviewers are total twats, mate - hard to believe it took two of them to be that fucking useless! =-O

Sheriff said...

He did have a very lucky escape from that crash, Bunni - we seriously need him as PM after the next election and not Wavy Davy Gravy or, even worse, some Labour twat! =-O

I'll definitely be keeping my eyes open for that video, too. ;)

Sheriff said...

At the moment he is, James, but things can change and I have a feeling that the discontent is going to get worse - bring on the revolution. :-P

Sheriff said...

Very true, KG, that's why I think we'll have to get out into the streets before long - like the people are doing in Egypt. That would be infinitely preferable to the civil war that may well eventually happen if things don't change - even the sheeple will have to wake up sooner or later. ;)