Nigel Farage Confronts Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande About Failure of EU, Currency and “Refugees”…

This video should go viral. Alas this confrontation is what the Western Media NEED to hide from an awakened electorate who are absolutely in agreement with Nigel Farage !!

Priceless. Absolutely priceless. Especially the aghast look on Merkel and Hollande’s faces.

W.O.L.V.E.R.I.N.E.S !!

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85 Responses to Nigel Farage Confronts Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande About Failure of EU, Currency and “Refugees”…

  1. John Galt says:

    Merkel will destroy the EU. Putin will reform the Soviet bloc.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. shiloh1973 says:

    This guy nailed it. WOW, he summed it all up in less than 4 minutes and destroyed Germany and France. Well done sir!

    Liked by 12 people

  3. Crystal says:

    So proud!

    This needs to go viral.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. bodicacia says:

    Love Farage. He tells it like it is. I raise my glass of tipple to you, Nigel.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. peachteachr says:


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  6. Ziiggii says:


    {LOL} he called them all pipsqueaks…. lines in the sand are being drawn all over the globe. This is looking like a recreation of the American and French Revolutions!

    Liked by 4 people

    • nyetneetot says:

      Uhhhhhhmmmmm. The French revolution was the first socialist overthrow of a country.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ziiggii says:

        that was more in reference to the rise of the people against the “ruling class”. Rightly or wrongly, I’ve always seen socialism as one of the negative by-products of the revolution not the cause.

        But point me in the correct direction, please! I want to be correct in my understanding Nye

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        • manickernel says:

          The French Revolution is to me a great example of something started for all the right reasons that has terrible results. It was a harbinger of change for the rest of Europe though, once they got past Napoleon, who was a child of that revolution. I would not really classify it as a socialist revolution though, more of an anarchist/proto-communist theology. Ours was backed by deliberate action among a middle class and leaned heavily on British historical precedence.

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          • nyetneetot says:

            Reading newspapers and letters of the time period in question rather than any history book published in the 20th century or listening to university professor taught with said textbook makes a big difference upon perception. The reporting at the time reads like the exact same strategy and tactics of the revolutions in Europe of 1848, the 1918 revolutions, the Chinese revolution of 1949, the Cuban revolution 1953–1959, etc.

            I’ll see if I can find the link tomorrow of a very long letter describing what happened in France and surrounding countries.

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      • manickernel says:

        Hey! We got the guillotine, Napoleon, and french fries out of that deal.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Jett Black says:

          And one could say, the Louisiana Purchase, fall-out from which produced the Republic of West Florida and it’s expedited annexation to complete American control of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico and tributary waterways. Then the RWF’s “Bonnie Blue Flag that Bears a Single Star” moved westward with her liberty-minded patriots to re-form with Texas independence supporters and on and on. Our history has a magnificent flow to it, fueled by the love of liberty and values of individual responsibility. Shows how stupid and useless are those who refuse to learn it and would even blot it out with their petty hysterics. We need to show some of that kind of fortitude and principle to these venal globalists, like Merkel (who’s still orders of magnitude better than <0-bomba).

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  7. lastConservinIllinois? says:


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  8. Go Nigel!
    Germany and France, the only Washington allies of Obama’s “coalition” left in Europe.
    And it isn’t just Nigel, Euroscepticism is all over Europe, there’s Marie LePen (France); Matteo Salvini (Italy); Viktor Orbán (Hungary); Heinz-Christian Strache (Austria); and even Poland and others, including many of us here in UNITED STATES! Down with EU!

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    • woohoowee says:

      Le Pen’s opposition is hauling her to court because of a remark she made about muslims! Talk about PC police!


      Marine Le Pen, the president of France’s far-right Front National party, is to appear in court for allegedly inciting racial hatred over comments in which she compared Muslims praying in the streets to the Nazi occupation.


      The charges against the National Front (FN) leader date back to 2010, when she was campaigning in Lyon to take over the party’s leadership from her father.


      It was not until 2012 that a formal complaint by an anti-racism group led to a full-blown judicial enquiry being opened.


      Le Pen was charged in July 2014 after her immunity as a member of the European Parliament was lifted following a vote requested by French authorities.


      • glk26 says:

        It is scary how fast the muslims are taking over the EU. They can even control your speech. Something sinister is going on with Merkel, and the end results are starting to look oh so familiar.

        Liked by 3 people

  9. I’ve been a fan of Farage for years. Wish we had him.

    Liked by 7 people

  10. regedit says:

    Love it-Hope that England leaves EU which would be first step in dismantling this bolshevik experiment-Slovakia and Poland will come next.

    Liked by 7 people

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  12. coldsnap says:

    YES!!!!!! GO FARAGE, GO!!!!!

    RISE Vulgarian hordes, RISE!!!!!!

    Passing along to many others!!

    Liked by 8 people

  13. bullnuke says:

    Those who want to save western civilization will agree with Nigel. The silence will be deafening soon. It is high time to lynch those in Brussels and may Trump show the Europeans what liberty and freedom really is all about.

    Liked by 3 people

    • just wondering if anyone clicked the youtube icon to watch this on youtube and saw the other videos along the right column of the migrants attacking their host countries, france, italy, germany, and sweden. hordes of migrants running through the streets destroying everything in sight, some complaining they are not getting cigarettes and sex; all are saying this footage is not making the MSM press. really shocking. the european’s gun rights were taken away long ago. all sitting ducks.
      America don’t let that happen to you.
      no wonder Obama wants to take away gun rights and bring over 200k and more migrants who are not even refugees to USA.
      We really need Donald Trump as president.

      Liked by 6 people

      • coldsnap says:

        Yes, been watching some of those here and there for a while. NOT good… to be frank, evil.

        But, there is hope. Did you and others see the one of “The Brave German Woman”? I can’t remember her real name. I don’t know how old it is, but it was AWESOME!! What courage she had /has!! Not sure if putting ayoutube link is ok?

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      • The Boss says:

        Did see some of these videos. Agree with conclusion.

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  14. conservativehippie says:

    turns out multi-culturalism isn’t working out after all and EU wants more of the same rotten ideas. i am always so thankful for the few intelligent voices that speak the truth and farage is one of those voices.
    i kept hearing that sweden has become the rape capitol of europe due to muslim take over but i was encouraged to actually google it by someone and look at the images and oh my gosh. the stories and images are absolutely terrifying. the media suppresses the stories of the females (can’t say “women” because the victims are children 1/3 of the time) and calls the perpetrators “asian” as if it were japanese or chinese men doing this. and the muslim men hardly ever go to jail, even when 20 refugees descend on a park and gang rape a 10 year old. no arrests. this can never be allowed to happen here. never.
    all of these hugely popular vigilante television shows will become a reality here if things start getting like sweden.

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  15. Lou says:

    Protectionism is sovereignty as well. free trade is far from sovereignty. it has the word free in it but hurts American manufacturing. The Report of Manufactures written by Alexander Hamilton reviews this in detail. Reagan ruined everything. Reagan convinced everybody that free trade is freedom. I can’t stand Reagan Conservatives. We need to get back to understanding what it means to be a REAL General Eisenhower Conservative who is a hero not some guy that made a movie with a monkey.

    Liked by 1 person

    • chiavarm says:

      I forget the author and the exact phase, so I will do my best.

      If goods cannot freely cross borders, then armies will.<

      Free trade is a great thing, but, it is rarely found. Governments, including the US, use import protection schemes and manipulate their currencies.

      You can see this in the states. There are many cases where residents of the neighboring states of Delaware cross the border to avoid sales tax. One year in NJ, NY shoppers had papers on the windshields to remind them that they were still responsible to pay NY sales tax, even though they bought the item in NJ.

      Funny when you think about paying taxes to government, so they pay government workers, to cross state lines, to remind you to pay tax that you are trying to avoid.


    • lorac says:

      I LIKED Bonzo 🙂


  16. Josh says:

    Consolidation is rarely the way to go.
    It is easier to manage a family than it is a village.

    I’ve never understood the concept of the EU. Well, I can understand it from the point of one who wants global governance. It is easier to take control of several entities when they are wrapped up as one than it is to take over several separate entities.

    One power cannot EFFECTIVELY control several entities. That is why States Rights in the United States is so important – to have each state manage their own affairs.

    Rules and laws are often made with the “least common denominator” in mind. The greater the pool of beings the lesser the common denominator (often so).

    I hope I’ve made my point through my rambling.

    To end: I agree with the EU Referendum. Vote to leave!

    Liked by 3 people

  17. IntoTheFray says:

    Mr. Farage knows of what he speaks! Someone who’s not afraid to tell it like it is.
    The look on Merkel and Hollande’s faces says it all.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Lea says:

    Farage is using the same ‘NON-political correctness as Trump! It’s becoming an epidemic the world over!
    Maybe now people on both sides of the ‘pond’ will start to see the crap right under their noses.
    That is if MSM will put it out there.
    Go Farage!
    Go Trump!

    Liked by 3 people

    • For those who don’t know about Farage, here’s one of his legendary speeches, welcoming Herman Van Rompuy to the presidency of the EU five years ago.

      Liked by 2 people

      • lastConservinIllinois? says:

        That speech was fantasstic, Thanks for posting.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Dixie says:

        I continued to watch some of Farage’s speeches and here is one that was particularly interesting where he said, “In the war against Islamic extremists, Vladimir Putin, whatever we may think of him as a human being, he’s actually. on. our. side.”

        Liked by 4 people

        • peachteachr says:

          I read a Churchill quote yesterday. He said, “If Hitler invaded hell, I would at least give satan a favourable mention in the House of Commons.” We are living in a historic movement era; I think what happens next is important.

          Liked by 1 person

      • manickernel says:

        The comment about Belgium being a “non-country” was a bit harsh though. After all, for the last couple of hundred years they have been the parade ground for most of Europe’s armies. 🙂


  19. Rurik says:

    Yesterday pannicky Hannity was carrying on trying to draft Newtered Gingrich to be Speaker of the House. I’ve a better idea – Nigel Farage for Speaker of the House!

    Liked by 4 people

  20. georgiafl says:

    NOBEL Prize folks hit new low – Merkel is due to win this year’s prize!

    Merkel – who has taken homes and children from German citizens who object to the antisocial criminal behavior – and expense – of hordes of Islamist males.

    Will she imprison or execute conscientious objectors next? She’s got Zuckerberg and Facebook liked up to be informants.

    She is certainly not increasing world peace, unless you believe Islam is a religion of peace – all evidence and history to the contrary.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. TheTorch says:

    Amazing Stuff! Farge hits the nail on the head with pretty much all he said.

    Part on migrants spot on and of course confirms what Trump has been saying as well, that most of those coming are men and looking for trouble.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Hermit says:

    Who is the guy behind Nigel and why is he mouthing most of what Nigel said. It’s like he knew the speech before hand. It’s a thing I do with my kids when teaching them something new… I thought it weird given who these people are supposed to be.


  23. flawesttexas says:

    Farage really rocks here….Merkel looks like she wishes she was back in the DER…


  24. glk26 says:

    Is anybody else starting to get the feeling that something terrible is about to happen. It just feels every country is at each others throats and somebody is about to bite.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. glk26 says:

    And of course North Korea has felt ignored lately with all the other crises going on and stuff, so, they might do another missile or nuke test this weekend to get back in the news.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. amjean says:

    I liked the expressions on the guy at the table behind him. This was a
    great rant!


  27. 1hear2learn says:

    US Govt with too much centralized powers that they were never intended to have – bad idea,
    EU – bad idea,
    UN – bad idea…

    While many of these perhaps started with good intentions, when will we learn Centralized Planning & Control is a recipe for disaster?!?! Too much bureaucracy, too much power, no accountability. We took a Constitution that was pretty damn near perfect and we tinker, and tinker, and tinker until it no longer resembles what made it so great to begin with. The simplicity of it, why must we mess with it? How many of our laws were passed for the supposed greater good of the American people. All of the moronic regulations, let alone all the wasteful pork projects – how great would it be to get legislators that serve for the people and not for their own power hungry and greedy selves? Would love for Congress to only meet a few times a year, IF needed – otherwise stay the heck home and leave us all alone! The states can figure out what is best for their citizens, we don’t need all this DC nonsense… We can fund our own education locally. We can figure out who and how to help with welfare on our own. We can police our own citizens and environments. At least then we have a fighting chance to move to another State if our State fails us. Federal Govt for National Defense and border protection, perhaps even homeland security, FBI. State Department can get out of business of paying out (bribing) billions of our money to UN and other nations. Yes I know I am over simplifying this, and I’m sure we need some regulations on a national level, but surely there should not be THAT much for our Congress critters to do on a day to day basis for weeks and weeks and weeks throughout the year. We need to stop these weasels from lining their pockets, their friends pockets, their donors pockets… if Alaska wants a bridge to nowhere, let Alaska pay for their bridge to nowhere. If Connecticut wants to fund research on the mating habits of some bug or fish, let CT pay for that research. My guess is, if they had to try and spend / waste that money closer to home, they may just get a little more scrutiny, or wouldn’t have the guts to even ask for such foolishness. The more local, the more accountable. Government needs to get off our backs, and off our dime, and let us thrive.

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  28. UpsideDownFlag says:

    Farage was awesome! Sharing now.

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  29. LOL! Looks like I’m following you here. There is an interesting point to make about the birth rate stuff, actually. In short, the fact that globalist immigration “policy” is sabotaging population sustainability is just one more reason why the current grop of globos are clearly way, way, way off course, and need to be removed from control.

    National borders are, in fact, one of the greatest tools in accomplishing all sorts of sane global policies, that it’s almost unfathomable why anybody would want to reduce their desirable effects. The fact that our global elite want to undermine them, tells me that either (1) they don’t know what they’re doing, or (2) they know exactly what they’re doing – undermining the entire planet – and need to be stopped.

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    • nyetneetot says:

      One problem I have with the post is that it seems like the person is parroting something that supports their view without giving any source to the “facts” referenced.
      I could just as easily point out that regardless of race, those on the welfare dole tend to have many children to increase the benefit amounts they receive, and then those children in turn tend to continue the cycle themselves. However, it’s been a long time since I’ve read about that and don’t have much interest in looking it back up. My point is that I would take some of the claims made in the original post with a grain of salt. I suspect the mindless socialist welfare population levels of the Western world are doing just fine.

      I would also like to point out something regarding same sex marriage that is not being reported in the media. Men and women who have been denied an immigration visa to the US for years are now getting married to childhood friends of the same sex already in the US, have US citizenship and are now allowed in as a spouse.


  30. glk26 says:

    Sad isn’t it, they are doomed to merkitlerism. If they have the demented jihadi parents like they do in the GAZA it will be much quicker.


  31. tychesd says:


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