• Nigel Farage On BREXIT – “You’re Not Laughing Now!”

    Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party hammered his peers in his first post BREXIT speech taunting them for laughing at him years ago when he became determined to lead for Britain to leave the Union.

    Farage mocked them,

    “You’re not laughing now!”

    The EU response to Farage…you voted for it, now GET OUT!


    In doing so (Leaving the European Union) we now offer a beacon of hope to democrats across the European continent. I’ll make one prediction this morning, the United Kingdom will not be the last member state to leave the European Union. So the question is what do we do next?

    Now it is up to the British Government to invoke article 50, I have to say I don’t we should spend to long in doing it, we need to make sure that it happens, but what I would like to see, is a grown up and sensible attitude as we negotiate a different relationship,

    now I know that virtually none of you have ever done a proper job in your lives or worked in business or worked in trade or indeed ever created a job…

    Well, they didn’t like that claim one bit. No matter what happens with the Brits leaving the UK you have to enjoy that they are finally standing up for themselves. Europe has been on a downhill slide for years and something finally had to give.

    From CNN:

    Farage brushed off his comments as a light-hearted joke, saying that the EU had called him “all the names under the sun.”
    “They don’t like me. It’s mutual,” he said.
    Britain’s divorce from the EU is shaping up to be messy, with Prime Minister David Cameron also in Brussels and at loggerheads with EU leaders over how to even begin.
    The push back continued as Farage’s words were not well received.
    “The worst liars can be found among UKIP,” said Manfred Weber, leader of the European People’s Party, to loud applause.
    “Mr. Farage, if you had an ounce of decency in you, you would apologize today to the British. Shame on you.”
    During his speech, Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, turned to confront Farage and said he was surprised he was there.
    “That’s the last time you are applauding here,” he said to the British Brexiters.
    “You were fighting for the exit, the British people voted in favor of the exit. Why are you here?”

    The UK may become the one shining light in Europe once again as Germany moves to control the entire continent.

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