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zip929

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V88Dicky

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63 months

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hehe

Utterly brilliant. Succinctly put, yet very direct.

tonker

46,050 posts

128 months

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they still try to ignore him (taking headphones off, checking emails etc.) but he's getting them rattled - some of them are starting to argue with him and heckle. I like him - he's a British Eccentric and he loves to make them look daft....

Jasandjules

49,151 posts

109 months

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tonker said:
he loves to make them look daft....
In the main they do that all by themselves.

Puggit

32,066 posts

128 months

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Normally he takes some really cheap shots, but this time the EU have lined up the targets and he just knocks them down hehe
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Johnnytheboy

9,466 posts

66 months

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I really like Nigel Farage - he's the best thing about UKIP tbh.


powerstroke

2,293 posts

40 months

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tonker said:
they still try to ignore him (taking headphones off, checking emails etc.) but he's getting them rattled - some of them are starting to argue with him and heckle. I like him - he's a British Eccentric and he loves to make them look daft....
Yes exacty pity Our cam isnt a "British eccentric" !!! just a self serving ttsmash

brenflys777

830 posts

57 months

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I was surprised to watch this, if UKIP can stick to facts and still demonstrate this kind of conviction they would be much more electable. The other MEP's behaviour in the background is pathetic.

GestapoWatch

1,069 posts

70 months

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I don't get Politics and I don't get how people can support one 'team' over another when it seems so many Politicians act as individuals with a self-serving agenda. In my simple mind I also saw the hung Parliament thingy as a clear sign that people were fed up with lies, mistrust, broken promises etc and it spoke volumes to me how the current system of selecting those-who-rule-us is a load of scensoredt.

This Mr Farage however seems to talk some sense and if he was ever to lead us I'd be ok with that (in my horribly naive and uneducated opinion of course).

0a

11,727 posts

74 months

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tonker said:
they still try to ignore him (taking headphones off, checking emails etc.) but he's getting them rattled
Utter rubbish, they couldn't care less.

The EU gravy train won't stop soon.

2015 will see another highly pro EU Labour government (as if Cameron isn't pro EU enough already) so they have nothing to fear.

Rugbyman

1,579 posts

83 months

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Johnnytheboy said:
I really like Nigel Farage - he's the best thing about UKIP tbh.
He is the ONLY thing about UKIP

Cupramax

3,930 posts

132 months

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Johnnytheboy said:
I really like Nigel Farage - he's the best thing about the UK tbh.
Sorted that for you biggrin. I love his rants at the Euro idiots. We could do with him in Parliament ripping CMD & Millibland a new posterior.

DieselGriff

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Rugbyman said:
Johnnytheboy said:
I really like Nigel Farage - he's the best thing about UKIP tbh.
He is the ONLY thing about UKIP
On what basis do you make the statement? If I only listened to the MSM then I'd agree, otherwise it seems baseless IMO

Rugbyman

1,579 posts

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DieselGriff said:
Rugbyman said:
Johnnytheboy said:
I really like Nigel Farage - he's the best thing about UKIP tbh.
He is the ONLY thing about UKIP
On what basis do you make the statement? If I only listened to the MSM then I'd agree, otherwise it seems baseless IMO
because UKIP would not exsist without him.... I have never seen any other UKIP person being interviewd.... UKIPs views are his views

Its a one person party

DieselGriff

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Rugbyman said:
because UKIP would not exsist without him.... I have never seen any other UKIP person being interviewd.... UKIPs views are his views

Its a one person party
I agree, according to the MSM, like I said.

Rugbyman

1,579 posts

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DieselGriff said:
I agree, according to the MSM, like I said.
according to any measure you like .... IMHO

madala

4,921 posts

78 months

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Nigel Farage....I applaud him.....but it's a bit like pissing into the wind.....these fking eurotts with their snouts in the trough will have us all paupers before 2020.....it makes me livid and there is sweet FA I can do about it.....C**TS

M3333

1,648 posts

94 months

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Rugbyman said:
DieselGriff said:
Rugbyman said:
Johnnytheboy said:
I really like Nigel Farage - he's the best thing about UKIP tbh.
He is the ONLY thing about UKIP
On what basis do you make the statement? If I only listened to the MSM then I'd agree, otherwise it seems baseless IMO
because UKIP would not exsist without him.... I have never seen any other UKIP person being interviewd.... UKIPs views are his views

Its a one person party
I think it is more to do with our media. Thank the lord for Youtube otherwise we would not even see Farage ripping those EU parasites a new one.

sirtyro

1,167 posts

78 months

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I like his approach a lot and it got me thinking....what would UKIP realistically have to do to become the elected party? They talk sense and have some good common sense policies yet why do people not vote for them? Lack of media attention or considered a wasted vote?

From my point of view I suppose in some ways I see it as a vote to labour and really don't want them back in power so have always voted conservative. Disillusionment has kicked with the current tory party (although I wonder how much they are bound to the lib dems) and so next election I think I'll vote UKIP. I doubt my vote will save the conservatives anyway and if UKIP are to really ever stand a chance of getting elected you have to start somewhere.

DieselGriff

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sirtyro said:
I like his approach a lot and it got me thinking....what would UKIP realistically have to do to become the elected party? They talk sense and have some good common sense policies yet why do people not vote for them? Lack of media attention or considered a wasted vote?

From my point of view I suppose in some ways I see it as a vote to labour and really don't want them back in power so have always voted conservative. Disillusionment has kicked with the current tory party (although I wonder how much they are bound to the lib dems) and so next election I think I'll vote UKIP. I doubt my vote will save the conservatives anyway and if UKIP are to really ever stand a chance of getting elected you have to start somewhere.
A question I have asked myself a few times. I'm not sure out right power is obtainable by them at least for a few terms if at all. IMO UKIP's power is in forcing the Conservatives into being conservative again instead of blue tie socialists. I think the best they can hope for is being a coalition partner in a an election or two.
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