Furious Nigel Farage Loses His Temper


Nigel Farage fought to restrain his annoyance on Good Morning Britain after host Charlotte Hawkins pointed out a problem with Brexit stats, as the Brexit Party emerged as a definite victor of the European elections with a third of the vote and Nigel Farage stating that he would end his sobriety with a beer to celebrate, quipping that the wheels would come off.


But Charlotte Hawkins, who was presenting the program with Richard Madeley, destroyed his mood by saying: “If you add up all the pro-remain parties they did get a bigger percentage – 35.8 per cent vs the Brexit party 31.6 per cent. So the pro-remain parties altogether did get a bigger percentage.”

But Nigel Farage was infuriated, saying: “This is absolute tosh! If you want to look at it that way…”

Charlotte Hawkins added: “Well it’s the facts.”

“It is not a fact, alright!” Nigel Farage asserted, outraged. “Add up the Brexit party vote, add up the UKIP vote. Let me finish! Add to that the Conservative vote, that’s still a party that says we’re going to leave, and you will find that leave beat remain.

“What you find is that overall, right now, our country is 52: 48 in favour of leaving! We’re supposed to be a democracy! We were promised that this would be implemented and I’m really tired of all these Remainers constantly moaning about every single election which they leave.”

And Nigel Farage stated he had gained the most seats in the European election because of his “simple message”, and he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “We set it up and of course we had no ground campaign, no branches, and yet with a big, simple message, which is we’ve been badly let down by two parties who have broken their promises, we have topped the poll in a fairly dramatic style…

“If you look across the country it’s about 52:48 – we’re pretty much where we were three years ago.

“Things haven’t changed, people haven’t changed their minds.”

Maybe we should get the thieving cheat back on again and question him about the anti-Brexidiocy Liberal Democrats topping the Yougov poll, it would probably give him a heart attack. After all, he knows full well that the people are better versed now, and many have realised just what nonsense the Brexidiots were glibly spewing.

Of course, the Remain voters who are continually sniping and whining, seeking to reverse the Brexit referendum or have Article 50 repealed, if they were to succeed, Britain would have the Brexit Party securely entrenched in the European Parliament for an additional five years until 2024. And when Nigel Farage gets a tad annoyed its headline news, but when Boris Johnson talks total rubbish, the British people don’t appear to mind.


The media made a huge fuss when Boris Johnson made a silly frivolous remark on a TV show but didn’t appear to mind when he said on the same show that there wasn’t a vote on the 2nd war against Iraq when more Tories had voted yes than other parties.

That indicates he had the position of Foreign Secretary without knowing any basic foreign policy. Perhaps he put on a clown routine to get away with telling fibs and the media is in with him, or are Boris Johnson and the media that stupid?

Yet it’s taken the EU to do something about his lying, while the British people respond like birdbrain nincompoops, believing that he wants to leave the EU for the good of the British people. Then our pitiful Tory propaganda news lets Jacob Rees-Mogg give the only opinion, stating that Boris Johnson and other anti-EU Tories that were plastering lies about the EU on buses was really about free speech.

And then there are all those people who are losing their jobs because our news didn’t give accurate information, so it isn’t about free speech at all, and I can’t believe that England has become so thoroughly dumbed down, and it has to take the EU to prove that the USA born Boris Johnson whose family changed their name from the foreign relative names to Johnson to sound more British, and he just talks rubbish, while our media simply keeps protecting the lies.

And our media hasn’t given any accurate information about the EU. Such as saying to look at the US section in supermarkets, and to look at EU compliant labels over original US labels, and that the US doesn’t have to label genetically modified ingredients, and that their food is more inclined to be that, so that food companies can make more profits.

But then Nigel Farage is just a self-serving opportunistic clod, and hopefully, shortly he will be an antiquity, and the media should stop giving him air time.


The same Idle Nigel whined because Andrew Marr challenged him, and he didn’t like it, what a pity Robin Day isn’t still around to put Nigel Farage’s feet to the fire, the masquerade would soon be removed from this second rate hatemonger and he’d be shown up for what he really is.


But then Robin Day would have put every politician through interrogation, and Nigel Farage would have been shown up big time because he’s a manchild who chucks his toys out of his pram when he can’t get his own way.

Nigel Farage is a snivelling baby who doesn’t like answering awkward questions or like facing awkward facts and then goes off bellowing if anyone attempts to dishevel his feathers. Do we seriously want such a person running the country?

The thing is Brexit will cause chaos in UK politics for years to come with both major parties announcing that they would support the outcome of the referendum and then do everything they can to thwart the will of the people, and now they’ve divided the people, and have caused intolerance amongst the people.

But the blame for the situation that this country is in, lays heavily at the feet of the Houses of Parliament, nowhere else. After all, at the end of the day, we all had a vote, we voted and the rest was up to them, all power and no progress because of their squabbling.

The gentry of this country emerges from a pretty small gene pool, based on people standing and not the natural evolution and development of the human race, that’s why most upper-class people look like unintelligent Hobbits.

Society, however, evolves and develops from a broad and diverse gene pool and will proceed to do so until we get to the point were we take hold of the upper-class imbeciles, and elbow them back in the lockers we shoved them when we knew them at school, and take back control of this country with the determination needed to run it. After all, this country has withstood wars for our freedom, our integrity and our sense of “do not mess with us”

So, Leave won, but it was apparently based on lies, but hallelujah, that’s okay, it doesn’t matter because they will tell Leavers anything, and the Leavers will believe it, but unfortunately lies were told on both sides, and sadly such is the true nature of politics.

But Nigel Farage is so convinced that a Leave campaign will win again, well, if he’s so convinced, then let’s have a second referendum. After all, if he’s so confident that he’ll have the people on his side, what’s he so frightened of?

Would I vote for Nigel Farage in a General Election, absolutely not, and when are politicians going to get their heads together for this country, instead of seeking to boost their self-esteem? The days of having great powerful leaders are gone, and we have no idea who these people are masquerading as Cabinet Ministers or Shadow Cabinet Ministers are.

And watch as the chumps that voted for the Idle Nigel realised he’d duped them again. Nigel Farage who’s all piehole and no knickers.

If we don’t come out of the European Union by the 31st October 2019, maybe we shouldn’t come out at all, and most of us should really be terrified of being impaled on an island with nincompoops that fall for every deception that our government come out with, or get caught out with, but are still dim-witted enough to vote for, and time and again Nigel Farage has shown he’s nasty tempered when asked perfectly relevant questions, which should demonstrate that he’s simply a typical opinionated leader.

Poor Nigel, the pressure has been showing for some time, and Farage lies like a moody kettle when he wails, and he should calm himself down, turn the lights out, lay down and croon a tune…

All manifestos are fairy stories because, at the end of the day, they’re simply seeking to sell themselves, there’s no validity to them, they can make up anything and people will believe it, and hopefully this braggart, the Poundland fuehrer won’t get to stand in the General Election.

The problem was that when we had the referendum, at the time most people voting were too busy running up and down the motorways pursuing an illusory Pokemon and weren’t actually thinking about what they were really voting for, and now they’re whining about it, and the problem with Nigel Farage is he doesn’t like the truth, but as long as people agree with him, then that’s alright, but if he’s challenged on anything, it’s like stand back and watch the fireworks.

A second referendum would be the best idea with two clear choices, either leave with a deal or cancel Article 50 and remain in the European Union.

Nigel Farage is now claiming he should get a seat at the table regarding negotiations with Brussels, I myself wouldn’t let him near my sprouts, and people will accept anything they’re told, and seem to be too dense or slothful to work out when they’re being lied to.

I’m gravely concerned about Brexit because nothing is getting done, and we appear to be more concerned about that than what’s going on in the real world, like knife crime, public services, housing, homelessness and hospital waiting times, when we should be building more housing and opening Youth Centres across England.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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