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Nigel Farage

Postby mapoui2 » Sat Jan 25, 2014 7:33 am

Farage does not compute.....

a totalitarian but fascist Europe is a Zionist project..so why do the Zionists tolerate Farage when he is very effective opposition to a totalitarian europe :?

it also seems clear that UKIP... like Labour, Liberals and Conservatives before them is a Zionist controlled political factor.

Farage from all appearances is very close to Zionist and Isaeli interests.

that being the case one is obliged to make the essential conclusion or ask the begging question: what the hell is Farage and UKIP all about politically :?

is that a sensible formulation GILS :?
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Re: Nigel Farage

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:06 am

Nigel Farage and UKIP...a part of hatred, xenophobic and anti-immigrant. They want a white, English-speaking England, and a white, English-speaking England only.
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Re: Nigel Farage

Postby mapoui2 » Sun Jan 26, 2014 8:36 am

mikesiva wrote:Nigel Farage and UKIP...a part of hatred, xenophobic and anti-immigrant. They want a white, English-speaking England, and a white, English-speaking England only.


seems logical. but what is the zionist interest :?

they shud be fighting Farage. Farage shud be a target of assassination for his politics opposing a centralized europe, controlled from Brussels. political centralization is a key..an essential part of..a pillar of minority monopoly social control on all levels of life..but they do not appear to be.

farage is free to speak the most radical opposition to europe. that could only be if Farage/UKIP is a sort of basket, set up to collect any real opposition that exists to europe and set it up for destruction :?

real european radcals may be wise to steer clear of UKIP..at least with an open mind if they associate.

Farages' quid may be freedom to ethnic cleanse england if he gets an upper hand here :o
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Re: Nigel Farage

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Tue Dec 16, 2014 3:30 pm

UKIP Calypso: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxXozWVShGE

... and meet UKIP Commonwealth spokesman, Winston McKenzie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lep6XIVPevk
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Re: Nigel Farage

Postby mikesiva » Thu Mar 02, 2017 5:56 am

'Nigel Farage was proud at the height of Britain’s far right movement that his initials NF also stood for National Front, according to a close school friend who after years of silence says he now wants the public to understand more about the man. He also claims the teenage Mr Farage sang “gas ‘em all, gas ‘em all”, a neo-Nazi song about Jewish people. The former friend attended fee-paying Dulwich College in south London with the ex-Ukip leader in the late Seventies and early Eighties and says he has kept quiet about his memories until now, in part out of a sense of loyalty....At that moment, he remembered the teenage Nigel who he says would provoke and “enchant” teachers and pupils alike and supported the British 1930s fascist Oswald Mosley....He argues it was wrong of their former headteacher, the late David Emms, to brush off his extreme views as “naughtiness” and that there are lessons to be learned for how schools deal with extreme behaviour today. He said were a Muslim pupil were to express extreme Islamist views at school now, they would be dealt with immediately and referred to mentoring programmes....It is not the first time Mr Farage has faced accusations of holding fascist views at school. In 2013, a letter emerged from a former Dulwich College teacher, Chloe Deakin, to then headteacher Mr Emms, who died earlier this year. According to the letter written in June 1981 – two months after the Brixton riots a couple of miles away – she pleaded unsuccessfully with Mr Emms to reverse his decision to make Nigel a prefect. She said colleagues had told her he held “publicly professed racist and fascist views” and that he had once marched through a Sussex village singing Hitler Youth songs....However, Mr Farage’s former friend now suggests there may have been more to the story. He writes today: “But I do remember you singing the song starting with the words ‘gas them all, gas ‘em all, gas them all’. I can’t forget the words. I can’t bring myself to write the rest of it for it is more vile than anything the teachers at Dulwich would ever have been aware of....For I vividly recall the keen interest you had in two initials of your name written together as a signature and the bigoted symbol that represents from the many doodles over your school books. Nigel Farage, NF, National Front. I remember watching you draw it. Just a laugh, eh, Nigel?…In April 1981, we had the Brixton riots. They happened just up the road from our school. The images of rioting people, many of them from the racial minorities, made it easy to discriminate; many people did back then. “The National Front was hugely popular by comparison to today. So, turbulent times back then… but have you not moved on?”'

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po ... 85236.html
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Re: Nigel Farage

Postby mikesiva » Thu Mar 02, 2017 5:58 am

'The letter, revealed by Channel 4 News tonight, was reportedly sent by Chloe Deakin to the college's then headmaster, David Emms, and included an account of what was said by staff at their annual meeting to discuss prefects. One teacher was claimed to have said Mr Farage was “a fascist, but that was no reason why he would not make a good prefect”. The letter added: “Another colleague, who teaches the boy, described his publicly professed racist and neo-fascist views; and he cited a particular incident in which Farage was so offensive to a boy in his set, that he had to be removed from the lesson.” According to another teacher, at a Combined Cadet Force camp organised by the college, Mr Farage and others had marched through a Sussex village “shouting Hitler-youth songs”.'

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po ... 27958.html

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po ... 85336.html
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