Boris Johnson Independence Day Brexit Speech Given a Soundtrack…

The closing speech was good by itself; however, when you add a dramatic Independence Day soundtrack to the speech, it gets, well,… you decide:

Brexit 5 June 23

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232 Responses to Boris Johnson Independence Day Brexit Speech Given a Soundtrack…

  1. Bull Durham says:

    Now they will fight the results to the death.
    It sets to large a precedent to allow to succeed.
    Johnson will have to be an oak if elected PM. He will have to muster great strength, Churchillian wisdom and Thatcher spunk to defeat the EU grip in the coming two years. UK is not free, yet.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Anyone who is elected will have to meticulously and severely weed out Britain’s Islamist population and invite the Sharia/supremacist proponents to leave.

      Right now, even the Church of England is altering its prayers so not to offend the barbarians. The police have ignored the r4pes of children and other atrocities.
      Time to restore law, order, decency and common sense. British and European culture have dipped to a level of decadence that Puritan-Protestant-influenced America has not quite/yet sunk. This has darkened and confused the minds of many who defend Islamists and ignore their misbehaviors.

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    • Calinder44 says:

      The Eurocrats will not go gently into that good night..

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    • maxx power says:

      That’s why they should leave now! I mean right the hell now, today, tonight, tomorrow morning. Ride the momentum, & create a stampede. Waiting is good for our enemies & bad for the Brits. Cut the cord & a sharp knife cuts the quickest.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Eight more countries want to vote on a referendum to leave the E U. yesssssss. I received an E-mail From Hillary today which stated that Britain made the biggest mistake. Before I open an e-mail my computer gives me the just of what it says. I never read her e-mails so that was all I know. Globalist vs. Nationalist. I’ll have Trump the Nationalist — thank you very much.

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  2. sundance says:

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    • JC says:

      Well, then, jolly good!
      (Loses a lot without the accent.)

      Wonderful and profound to watch – I was right there on that porch with her. Thanks for posting this, SD.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        JC,
        Nah, you didn’t lose anything with me. Every time I read an english phrase, me Mum’s Midlands accent comes out loud and clear.

        It must’ve been an amazing experience to listen this lady, and hear the love she has for her country and people.

        Thank you.

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      • The Boss says:

        It sounds like…VICTORY!

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        • The Boss says:

          I intended this comment for the soundtrack, but maybe it’s just as well it’s in this thread. While victory is wonderful, like the music, it is also humbling. She sounds like that kind of victory. They won. And we’re going to win. We’re winning already folks.

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          • MVW says:

            It is only a start. The real battle is throwing off the yoke of Mohammed’s Islam and overturning the laws that make us Dhimmi’s. We will not be Dhimmi’s need to be the battle cry. Mohammed’s Islam is our enemy. Why? Mohammed made it so, not us.

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            • JC says:

              Gosh, that was a good rant, MVW! Believe I’ll read that a few more times. True and perfect indictment of islam and mohammed.

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          • JC says:

            I was so humbled, Boss, it took my breath away. I wanted to thank her, rejoice with her, hug her, encourage her, then take her to tea.

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      • jim jones says:

        We gave those bureaucrats a kicking they will never forget

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    • Bluto says:

      I think I have something in my eye….
      …both eyes.

      Liked by 24 people

      • Janie M. says:

        Didn’t you just want to hug her, Bluto? Tell her everything will work out for the best.

        Liked by 12 people

      • deanfitz says:

        Peeling onions again.I cried with her

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      • flyingtigercomics says:

        “Everyone woke up in time.”

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        • Howie says:

          Yes they did. Now maybe everybody here will. People do not like arbitrary rule by these international trade organizations and the UN. I prefer mediation, not arbitration by people who do not represent me and I have no say in what they do. The latest is this TPP that is hidden away and nobody can see what is in it. A congressman can go to a locked room and look at it but not get a copy of it. That right there is fishy. They will prolly pass it in the lame duck, especially if Trump wins. Even now they are trying to force a re-vote in England. Good Grief it is The Bates Hotel. You check in but you can’t check out.

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          • Betty says:

            I hope that if we “wake up in time” and regain control of our Republic we can find a way to outlaw forever the 10,000 page cobbled together Bills that are written by lobbyist and then hidden away so that nobody can see what is in them. Hiding the Bill is directed against us, our congress critters are just fine with it – no matter what they say, it they weren’t it wouldn’t be happening.

            And make C-Span pan the whole Senate and House Chamber every 15 minutes when they are in session. The grandstanders would show up first but if for no other reason then self defense the others would show up then perhaps that would inadvertently lead to honest debate of issues important to us in our House and Senate. And God forbid, our representative having to study up on issues or at least learn teleprompter speed reading, as a team of remotely housed aides type in replies.

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        • kpm58 says:

          That is the key phrase of what she said.
          You wake up. You start to work on a new day to improve life for yourself, your family, your country.

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    • OMG that was so beautiful-love the CAT in the window!

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    • Absolutely wonderful video but why is she (Louise M) retweeting Sick Wilson and Cheri Jacobus?

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    • Ad rem says:

      “We did it! Everybody woke up in time.”

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    • Janie M. says:

      “Everybody woke up in time.” Said it all for me.

      Liked by 11 people

    • deanfitz says:

      i cried watching you.Yes you did it

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    • Southern Son says:

      Proof that a Patriot flies their Own Flag Proudly. We have to take back Our American flags! For Too long they have Stomped and Co Opted them. Congress didn’t pass a bill to Dishonor Confederate war Veterans by removing the Battle Flag from cemetaries this week. An American Flag that only flew over American soil. Another Congress Honored Confederate Veterans with pensions and Full Honors over a century ago.
      Most Southern Veterans were fighting what They Believed to be the Second American War of Independence. Not for slavery. Everyone can believe what they want to.
      I Know my ancesters were fighting a Federal Government, that discriminated against them without Fair Representation. To be fair in this age, Flags of Other Countries should be banned, as their display on Our Soil Offends Me!

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      • Howie says:

        We are all tired of the “they decide, then report what you have to do” routine.

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      • abstain says:

        Now wait. A British flag flown under an American flag would look nice right now.

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        • Southern Son says:

          I agree!
          I should have specified mexican flag. As it is freshest in my mind.
          IMHO, NO Flag should Ever be displayed more prominently than Old Glory, on Any Continent!!
          More American blood has been spilled for Liberty,under Our flag, on all Continents, than All the others combined. I don’t need statistics for this opinion. Any Objective and Honest look at History proves, that Americans Care about Doing the Right Thing!
          Our leaders sometimes…not so much.
          We have before us, The, Generational Moral Imperitive of our lifetime.
          Our Destinies have brought us to this point. I have no fear that we will waver.
          I draw daily mental sustenance from you Treeple.
          I pray that y’all feel what I feel.
          I feel that Mr. Trump is gonna get it back for us. With our help.
          He is with US!!
          God Blessed the USA!!

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    • msdonnal says:

      wish I could find the link to that post of the woman on the porch..? Anyone have it? It was wonderful

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    • TwoLaine says:

      A preview of the morning of 9 Nov 2016. 🙂

      136 days…

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    • cara says:

      I’ve put out my American flags for the 4th but still have to buy more (you know, the little ones we put around the front yard) but seriously, although those flags on July 4th represent the liberation of the colonies from Britain, I’m seriously considering going in search of the Union Jack and flying it center stage on my lawn to show solidarity with this woman and all Brits who, like us, believe in freedom!

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      That was lovely. The colonialism of old, that we still hear so much whining about, at least brought some benefits. Much of the world is now under a different kind colonialism, this time from the EU and the UN. They rule us with very little representation and they take and take, giving back to their favored nations and leave us so much worse off. At least old colonialism brought advanced, Western civilization to the countries it ruled.
      Now, people are waking up to creeping socialism that is choking their lives and disappearing their country. Waking up before it is too late.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Watched it three times and still kills me. How I hope my fellow Americans wake up in time. Thanks for this!

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Is this video clip on youtube? I don’t know how to save it from this format so I can send it to others. Powerful.

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    • Awww bless her. I hope we get to have that reaction in November.

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    • Pam says:

      Her reaction is so touching. Just like us, they have a movement going as well. It must truly be a liberating feeling for so many of them. That’s just the way it feels having Trump as our candidate.

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      • I’ve already experienced that exact reaction on a much, much less important political issue. I can tell you it is mighty powerful when it is your own heart swelling! And those who worked on the election with you have the same reaction. We all prayed privately, but didn’t share that little fact until after we won. We hadn’t even planned a victory party, because we had no idea what the outcome would be. It was a bigger percentage than the Brexit vote! TRUMP 2016!

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    • R-C says:

      That was a wonderful video! I am very happy for the freedom-loving souls in Great Britain, for having massed together to throw off the yoke of tyranny.

      (Now, perhaps, they know how our founders felt back in 1776…)

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    • oldschool64 says:

      She has the right of it, it wont be an easy road for them. But it will be a hell of a lot easier than what her grandparents faced in 1940!

      And she has friends on this side of the pond that are poised to do their part come November.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      I hope we will be able to say WE DID IT on November 8th. God Bless You Ma’am and everyone in Britain who voted to leave the EU. Now 8 other nations want a referendum which will allow them to do the same. This is a sad day for Globalists.

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  3. seabrznsun says:

    Self governance is a beautiful thing.

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  4. Bluto says:

    I love it!

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  5. Ramco1984 says:

    I’m sorry, but Boris is no Donald Trump:

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    • Artist says:

      no he isn’t….he truly doesn’t get it, so what exactly was his point of Brexit, was it just financial?
      Sad,

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      • David Kenny says:

        I am in England….I voted leave…..however
        as an earlier comment suggested…the fight has just become
        Boris has the heart but not yet the mind….enter Nigel
        That team can take us over the line
        I’d love Trump to choose Michelle Bachmann
        She knows the House…was on Intelligence…and is a solid Christian
        A polished Palin

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        • TheseTruths says:

          Bachmann would be endlessly ridiculed by the media and would be a complete distraction from Trump’s message. She’s a nice lady, but not the VP Trump needs, in my opinion.

          A word about Christianity and politics. I am a Christian, but I don’t need my political leaders talking about Christianity all the time. I want them to uphold our religious freedoms, and I want them to comport themselves in a Christian manner as best they can and to preserve our Christian heritage. But having a litmus test of their having to publicly and often profess their Christian beliefs is what Ted Cruz was advocating. It gets way too close to Seven Mountains Dominionism for comfort. And many members of the voting public profess Christianity but are completely turned off by that in-your-face, my-way-or-the-highway brand of religion seeping into politics. THAT is not what being founded as a nation with Christian values, means. I watched with alarm as Cruz and Beck twisted the idea of having a Christian leader, for their own purposes.

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          • abstain says:

            “I am a Christian, but I don’t need my political leaders talking about Christianity all the time.”
            This is one of the things I like about Trump. He comports himself in a Christian manner as you said.

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            • Shevtsova251 says:

              Trump is totally against anything that’s anti-christian. Fair enough for me.

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            • heidi says:

              even more importantly he recognizes,(as the slug, boris does not) that followers of islam are a dangerous threat to our constitution and our freedoms as it is incompatible with their oppressive totalitarian theocracy violently enforced with sharia. as a secularist, i can live w/ religions that agree to live in a secular society, but the islamic hatred and violence preached in their holy doctrines are quite specific. i am hopeful Trump will move forward with ban on unvetted muslims from terrorist countries, and muslim brotherhood, declared a terrorist org in Egypt, must be recognized as such here as well and removed from the WH. Our immigration policies must be looked at carefully to determine what benefit we derive as a society.

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          • mamadogsite says:

            Agree totally. Not everyone on here is an ultra right Christian. I am a Christian, (raised Episcopal, converted to Catholic). The reason why Gov. Huckabee, Sarah Palen and Michelle Bachman did not appeal to some Republicans and most independents is they invoked Jesus, God and Faith into every other sentence it seems. Many people, in fact most of my friends are deeply religious, but we do not “wear our faith on our sleeves”, And, in fact, I have seen comments here, ridiculing those, like myself, who believe that we need to keep religion out of politics, Your Faith and mine is personal.And if we are not out Bible thumping, we are not religious enough.

            I found the side by side pictures of Jesus and Donald Trump in poor taste on another feed a few days ago. And I know this will be hard for some on here to believe, but there is a place for politics and a place for religion.

            Many on here are religious, and BELIEVE, but we do not USE our Faith to “become” something or someone. We quietly go through life, LIVING our Faith, and accomplish great things by quietly leading by example.

            So when someone USES their Religious beliefs in speaches and gatherings to gain votes, I am not so enamoured of them as a candidate.

            How far did Ted Cruz get holding his Bible and dragging his little girls out as props? Many people fell for this…the rest of us didn’t.

            Michelle Bachman is a lovely woman…and most certainly a devout Christian. As is Sarah Palen. But not for VP. An Ambassadorship, a cabinet post. maybe. But we need a strong VP and I personally do not care whether it is a woman or man.

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            • IfThenElse says:

              Yes, its about what we do as a Christian, not what we say or think. I put more weight on the fact that DJT stopped his limo and got out and confronted a thief/assailant when he saw a citizen being attached in New York than all the Rafael Cruz BS we had to endure.
              I’m just now trying to figure out what being a Christian means after 60 yrs of hiding behind my “faith”.

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              • mamadogsite says:

                EXACTLY!!!!! Quietly live and love our Faith and be an example to others. I have 2 Jewish relatives who reside in CT, are registered Independents and voting for Trump. Sorta took offense to the Jesus and Trump side-by-sides. We cannot afford to lose one vote, and invoking one’s religious fervor into politics is not in our or our candidate’s best interest.

                Secondly…if Cruz and his followers are so “religious”…WHY are they, esp. the deligates, trying to buy deligates’ votes, and what are they offering to these purpoted “religious conservative delegates” to change their votes????? Have they no shame?

                And getting back to Boris Johnson, maybe “just another golden-tongued opportunist” riding on Trump’s coattails to get elected? To turn around and complain about Trump is not a great start of a trans-Atlantic partnership, imho.

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                • The Boss says:

                  Let me take on your Cruz question. Yes, his acolytes have no shame. And they’ve upped the offer from the standard 30 pieces of silver to 40 pieces of Canadian silver. Treachery is all Cruz is offering.

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                • The Boss says:

                  One other point. The Boris video is not recent.

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                • M. Mueller says:

                  The Jesus/Trump side by side pictures made me cringe because it seemed to equate the two. I am Catholic and do NOT think Trump is my Savior; it would be sad if people got the wrong message from those pictures. Those pictures were kind of “Cruz Creepy.” Many Trump voters could be turned away by them.

                  I will do everything I can to get Mr. Trump elected to protect the American people, the Constitution, the country and our religious freedoms – but he is just a man.

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            • I am a believer, but I do not want Christianity dictating my politics or thrown in the face of every American citizen 24/7–faith is a personal thing……Show it in your walk, not your talk or you miss the entire point of Christ’s teachings.

              People like Glenn Beck & Ted Cruz lying and pulling the most evil tricks all the while with a Bible in their hand and summoning the ‘body of Christ’ to action, make me sick. Render unto God what is God’s, and unto Caesar what is Caesar’s.

              That was very good advice.

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            • Agreed. To me.. it looks like they use Jesus as a vote getter. I dont like that.

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            • Benson II says:

              What you say applies to our times. Reagan did wear his faith on his sleeve and referenced it many, many times. A majority of Americans, faithful or not accepted it. Years of brainwashing by the media, academia and the leftist faithful have made those like Bachman seem to stand out instead of being the norm. I do not want her for VP either. Her position as a faith adviser to Trump is good enough. Cruz was a phony willing to sell America to the global cabal so anything he had to say about his faith or Christianity was a lie.

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              • mamadogsite says:

                I agree with your statement about Reagan.

                However…times have changed. We have become more moderate and if polls are right, many die-hard Republicans have drifted from far right to the middle and joined the Independent party.

                1992 was my “coming out” as an Independent thinker and voter. I voted for a democrat Governor twice since that time…Gov. Bob Graham of Florida. He was the best qualified. I didn’t check his religion, sex life, or how much money he did or did not have. Great governor for 8 years, as was Jeb Bush the 8 years he served.

                Thus the comments by myself and others today. This country DESPERATELY NEEDS the best qualified..and that is DJT….not exactly the GOP choice…he-he-he…But that’s too bad.

                And…if Trump was proposing the same platform as he is today, but had a D as a party affiliation, I would still vote for him.

                Yes, times and people have changed. And we’ve learned. And our very lives now depend on the strength of the Constitution, our National values, the country and its beautiful topography from sea to shining sea.

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          • cara says:

            Exactly. Bachmann is not the right choice at all. The media would do nothing but spotlight her social stances like gay marriage. Nope to her. This election can’t be about social issues like transgender bathrooms and gay marriage–that’s exactly what Hilary would love.

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          • swissik says:

            You state it so well. As an atheist I completely agree with you. It is somewhat embarrassing to me when people feel the need to tell me that they are Christian, as I don’t want to hurt their feelings so I keep my mouth shut. It matters not whether a politician is Christian, Jew or another religion, what matters is that, as long as the constitution still governs, they must follow it and keep their religious belief entirely separate from decision making.

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        • julegate says:

          Michele Backman was one of the first individuals I heard recommend Donald Trump as President. She was being interviewed on a Christian radio show before Iowa caucuses and was asked who she thought could handle all the challenges: Donald Trump was her reply.
          Michele Bachman is on an advisory board for Donald Trump.
          http://www.trunews.com/trumps/

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        • bpk1300 says:

          Look at the people around fer when she ran for president and it was GOPe. No fire in the belly with Michele. Palin would be good for energy.

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          • Josh says:

            I disagree. Michele does have fire in her belly. She is tempered. She appeals to many. I ain’t sayin’ nothin’ against Ms. Sarah. I don’t believe Sarah understood just how she was being played when she ran for VP. I believe she understands that now. Michele knows how the game is played. Michele is a very smart lady. Sarah is also a very smart lady. They are both quite savvy. I’d take either/or – or better, both!

            BTW, a key work in describing Sarah & Michele is “Lady”.

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            • bofh says:

              I don’t believe Sarah understood just how she was being played when she ran for VP.*

              I don’t think many of us understood how badly we were all constantly being played (I certainly didn’t understand the workings of it) until the events of the last year have ripped the masks off, and forced the Uniparty and complicit media to reveal themselves. Thank you DJT for the courage and will to shine a bright light into the dark places.

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        • Patriot1 says:

          Dang, I like that thought.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          I like Bachmann as well. Not necessarily as a Veep, but I have considered it.

          Anyone who has the integrity to stick to the term limits they set forth to their voters has my respect. So many have reneged on these promises and gotten away with it, OUR Congress is in complete shambles. Most no longer make promises because they know they won’t keep them. We just let them get away with it.

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        • Southern Son says:

          YES! Michelle Bachman!!
          She Single Handedly took on the Muslim/ Communist in Congress.
          She is a Lioness.
          She had as many votes in her district as rYaN carries, she just doesn’t have Seniority or Support to push through the beurocrisy.
          Mr. Trump Knows who to pick.

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        • shallbe4 says:

          Congratulations David Kenny you must be so relieved. I support Jefferson Beauregard Sessions the 3rd or Newt Gingrich for VP.

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      • Betty says:

        I have read that this guy, Boris, should be the new PM – Nope. The guy who worked his heart out for Great Britian, who gave blood and tears was Magnificent Nigel Farage.
        “Wakey, Wakey”

        @xMattyG wakey wakey pic.twitter.com/QE1fCAwlzC— The Farage (@TheFarage2016) June 24, 2016

        //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
        http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2016/06/24/buzzfeed-nigel-farage-britains-successful-politician-generation/

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    • Joe says:

      Abraham Lincoln, known as the “Great Emancipator,” did not call for freeing the slaves prior to the outbreak of the Civil War.

      Yet he is now known as the “Great Emancipator.”

      Why? Because he did free the slaves.

      Give Boris time, he gets it.

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      • FLSverker says:

        I’m sure that Ted Cruz “got it” as well. But look at the decepticon he turned out to be.

        Boris Johnson decided to take childish swipes at Donald Trump, a guy he never even met, for advocating a policy that would mesh well with the current direction that UK is taking.

        Why even the hostility? I’m not liking the signs. This is more than just indifference. This is hostility, and I’m glad that Donald Trump hasn’t responded with a well-deserved attack. Trump is certainly more mature than Johnson for remaining tactful, knowing the winds of change.

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        • Joe says:

          Not trying to forgive Boris’s comments but society’s take time to steer the ship of state in the right direction. I’m giving the man the benefit of doubt until he changes the course away from freedom.

          Lincoln was not known as an abolitionist prior to the Civil War, yet HE freed the slaves by using a route that an abolitionist would have never used.

          Progress like Brexit is HUGE. Why piss on it?

          Without Boris’s help it would have never happened.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          Please remember that Ted Cruz was a plant from the beginning. He was a psy ops to peel “conservatives”, especially Christian conservatives, away from their minds and hearts and leave them victim to the onward progressing NorthAmericanUnity policies that were being drafted. Next step global unity. Traitor and scum.

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        • mamadogsite says:

          Not a great start to a trans-Atlantic partnership. Agree…VERY PETULANT AND CHILDISH.

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        • Oh, gosh, FLS, you have no idea how much hostility … and fear… there is in Europe and the UK regarding our Mr. Trump! I’ve encountered it with my own friends and relatives over there, plus I have a girl friend who took a two week trip there with her daughters a few weeks ago. Same thing. Their media is more controlled than ours. If you can believe that.

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      • ediegrey says:

        Boris will never get it, get real. He is all in for open borders.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      What?

      “Donald Trump….unfit to be President of the United States.”

      And this was not the only insulting thing he said Mr.Trump.

      Well that tears it.
      Phuh queue, Boris!

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    • facebkwallflower says:

      Hmmmmm. Just where did the planting in our minds Boris was UK’s version of Trump? Just where did the subtle planting begin? How long ago? Oh, we are so malleable. Thankfully enough are still hard-wired for individual liberty and pay attention when a video like you show is presented. Hmmm., just where did we get the idea Boris was……

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      • Artist says:

        the hair color?

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      • Dixie says:

        I checked the date of the video which was December 2015. I also read many of the comments following the video. Seems Boris was called out by many commenters on his opinion that there are NO no-go areas of London. The consensus of opinion is that Boris lives behind high walls and travels amid security so the common phrase was “what would he know about no-go areas”. You know, kinda like our US elites…….

        Not impressed with the lack of foresight displayed in that video, even though it was well before the Brexit vote and anybody can “evolve”. Maybe he now wishes he’d never done that interview. Sittin’ on the fence and waiting……

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    • I’m sure he’ll change his tune soon enough, when enough military aged “refugees” men come into UK and start raping children and women and committing crimes and acts of Jihad.

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    • MVW says:

      Boris Johnson is just another Dhimmi on his knees. A Kafir. OUT! GET HIM OUT!

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      Well that was disappointing.

      There goes all my goodwill for the Brits.

      It looks like it’s just us on our own, which is fine with me. Makes things easier.

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      • Dixie says:

        I’m not giving up quite so easily on the people of England just because of Boris and his thoughtless and brain dead diatribe. There is a lot of water yet to go over the dam.

        IMHO, there is a chance to save the countries of England and America and support that 100%.

        I prefer to think POSITIVELY and if we all do that, it’s a step in the right direction.

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        • Benson II says:

          Britain is so far into the leftist socialist mindset I found it incredibly uplifting to see they’ve at least thrown off the shackles of the EU. The vote although decisive still included almost a half that still wanted to stay in. This is the beginning an important beginning but only the beginning. I hope a Trump presidency will push them even further away from the socialist mindset.

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        • I hope everyone remembers that Boris and David Cameron were in the same classes together at Oxford or whatever top-drawer school in England. I think maybe even the prep school. Saw a biovid of him a few weeks ago and have forgotten many details.

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        • shallbe4 says:

          As an American I lived in England for a couple of years and Britain has a love/hate relationship with us Yanks. I got used to it but I made my husband speak to sales people. I didn’t want to rock the boat.

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      • ediegrey says:

        Pull for Nigel.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      Another generationally indoctrinated PC brain. Boris needs re-programming, perhaps then he can apply reason and logic to his thought process. Apparently now all he can manage is Liberal drivel about “racism.” It would be interesting to know how he feels about the new Muslim Mayor of London. Embracing multi-culturism still, Boris? Because a big part of Brexit was about unchecked migration.

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    • ediegrey says:

      Boris the snake sounds a lot like Republican establishment discussing Trump. Nigel Farage is the only hope for England as far as I can tell. It was only when Leave started talking about immigration (Nigel) that Leave started and continued to grow, from what I have read.

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  6. JC says:

    Thrilling to have our finger on the pulse of history in the making.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Howie says:

      “We’ve seen how mutual prosperity is coming along. As for political tensions, a system whose officials are responsible for the region’s faltering economies but who are not accountable to the tens of millions of unemployed people in them, is obviously exacerbating those tensions rather than alleviating them.” HBR

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  7. M33 says:

    HAHA! Brilliant!

    I wonder if he practiced his speech to that music…

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  8. FLSverker says:

    I’m ecstatic that Britain left, but I am wary of the possibility of Boris “Bojo” Johnson as Prime Minister. He seems to be an opportunistic politician, like many. David Cameron, the current Prime Minister, will not officially set the Brexit in stone by activating “Article 50”. He will leave it to his successor after he resigns… which could be dangerous, especially if either Bojo reveals his true establishment colors, or if the leftists take back control of the government. Expect more establishment trickery in the future.

    Why is Boris Johnson so sketchy? He’s always been a member of the elite, advocating the interests of the elite until recently. I remember when Bojo decided to take potshots at Donald Trump for calling for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration. Thankfully, Donald Trump has maintained absolute tact, but I think it would sour relations in the future. Recently, Bojo has decided to throw MEP Nigel Farage under the bus for “lies made by the Leave campaign”, even though Nigel Farage disavowed many of the misleading statistics and isn’t even part of the official Leave campaign due to the fact that the’s only a member of European Parliament (MEP), not a member of British Parliament (MP). Boris Johnson is only coincidentally right about Brexit, and for all I’m concerned, is only trying to wrest control of the Conservative Party from David Cameron. He is NOT to be trusted.

    I hope that UKIP siphons more votes from the Labour and Conservative Parties, so Nigel Farage, the head of UKIP, can eventually become the Prime Minister and lead Britain through Brexit. He is a far more brave, honest, and passionate politician than Boris Johnson may I add.

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  9. Is it just me or does he look a little like D.J.Trump during that speech?

    Liked by 4 people

  10. LP says:

    Cameron handed off the Remain campaign to Corbyn and Salmond in the last week before the referendum. Epic fail or expected fail?

    The Labour Party as all revolutionary parties do, to eat their adherents.

    Be of Good Cheer! All the sturm und drang will dissipate. The EU is on the ropes. Too bad Merkel. You are now heading for a burnt offering. Should have read a ‘Man without Qualities’.

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  11. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    Like

  12. Howie says:

    This was before the vote. But nails it.
    The European Union: A Failed Experiment
    In a phrase, it’s time to throw out the EU project itself. The whole thing, root and branch. Here are just a few reasons why.
    https://hbr.org/2013/06/the-european-union-a-failed-ex

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    • sixgeese says:

      The main arguments in the article concern only the use of the euro as a common currency, from which the UK and Denmark are exempt (the other EU states that do not use the euro are required to adopt it after meeting certain economic criteria). The problem is that a common currency requires a common economic policy, for which no democratic political framework exists, and it is unlikely that it can exist, given the widely different cultures.

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  13. Shevtsova251 says:

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  14. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    good speech!

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  15. Bull Durham says:

    Stephen Miller to be on Maria Bartiromo @ 7am PDT, 10 EDT this morning. Fox News.

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  16. Josh says:

    I turned on the video to play and walked away to do a couple chores. I had to come back because the speech was quite intense. When the applause started I got rather weepy.

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  17. wodiej says:

    Inspiring. it sounds like Mr. Trump. Good job Britain!

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  18. Photo of Boris Johnson and David Cameron at Eton together. I believe they have a bit of a uniparty in England as well. “The good old boy’s ” in a class photo.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      As I understand it, Dave and Boris had quite a fierce rivalry back during they’re days at Eton together. This dislike of each other has apparently carried over right to the present day.

      Many Brits have come to the realization of their UniParty.
      They’ve called it “LibLabCon” for many years in the comment sections on many English newspaper sites and blogs.

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      • You are correct, Graphic, I lived over there for about 10 years, and they are rivals. People generally like Boris, but in London have always considered him a bit of a clown.

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        • Janie M. says:

          Jacqueline, forgive my strange analogy but I view Boris as a lumbering Old English Sheepdog with no substance and Nigel as a feisty and fearless Russell Terrier- willing to go to ground to rout out the enemy. He truly deserves a prominent place in the “new” UK government. After all, he can be credited for planting the seeds with regard to the dangers of multiculturalism.

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  19. TwoLaine says:

    And It Was!!!!!!!

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  20. joanfoster says:

    Can’t wait until we hear Trump’s Inaugural Address set to music. May I suggest The Battle Hymn of the Republic.

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  21. auscitizenmom says:

    Brilliant!

    Like

  22. TwoLaine says:

    Very reminiscent…

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Afterthought says:

    Bluto: Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

    Boon: Forget it, he’s rolling.

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    • Bluto says:

      Believe it or not, this is how I actually feel some days!

      Everybody around me, mopey & depressed at the latest Contrived Trump Outrage on TV. And me screaming to turn off the TV.
      And then somebody looking at me like I’m crazy, and saying “He’s nuts, but he’s right”

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      • paper doll says:

        If people actually listen to Trump as he gives a rally or speech, the whole talk, instead of just listening to the sliced and diced media selected sound bites, he will change their minds about him…imo.

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  24. Boris is an opportunist and this is the only why reason he ended up supporting the leave side, before then he was very much apart of the global EU establishment. He’s not what the UK needs as he will do nothing different than Cameron. Nigel is the one who spent 10 hard years fighting the EU while Boris, as London’s mayor, was fine with mass Muslim immigration flooding into the city.

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/19/boris-backs-amnesty-illegal-immigrants/

    NO to Boris.
    YES to Nigel.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      I agree with that. The video above turned me off to him entirely.

      F Boris. We don’t need friends like him.

      Before I support Nigel anymore, though I want to see him support us and Trump first. Tired of thinking people are on our side only to have them turn on us so they can score PC points with someone.

      Here’s the video from above. Reposting it just for convenience down here.

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      • maxx power says:

        I agree. We’ve all learned a hard lesson the past few years by watching those in congress whom we thought were with us, gradually betray us, one by one. Issa, Gowdey, Chaffetz, etc. We must be vigilant in vetting all those who seem to be on our side to make sure they really are. I, for one won’t be fooled again, ever. They must prove beyond any doubt they are with us, before we invest any trust in them at all. They are the enemy, until they prove different. No need for benefit of the doubt, after all, we are Vulgarians!

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  25. graphiclucidity says:

    If the Tories bungle Brexit, either through accident or intent, we may just see a snap election called in the UK in the next few years. Technically, a new election does not have to be held until 2020, but with all this turmoil within they’re politics at the moment, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the voters return to the polls by 2018.

    At that point, all those voters who pushed Leave over the finish like will have the same opportunity to do the same for UKIP and make Nigel Farage the Prime Minister.

    If Maire Le Pen and the FN in France have done the same next year and she brings a Frexit Referendum with her, along with Trump winning here, then the next decade could be quite different and quite wonderfully beautiful for all of us.

    See, we can have Hope too.
    Yes we can.
    🙂

    Liked by 6 people

  26. Duchess says:

    She was right as usual:

    Liked by 10 people

    • MVW says:

      Proof is expensive, but as a company management bureaucrat said to me, that is the way its done. Thick, crude, and slow.

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  27. waltherppk says:

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  28. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:
  29. waltherppk says:

    Just last week this poster about the refugees by Nigel Farage was reported to police as a racist hate crime, and what has become of FREE SPEECH that is only PATRIOTISM under the creeping islamification of Great Britain being put in dhimmitude and persecuted under de facto blasphemy laws for simply SPEAKING THE TRUTH ?

    Not anymore ! Hooray !!! The British are rejecting the globalist cabal AND dhimmitude both at once, no more rule by Brussels which has been reduced to being a puppet of OPEC and Riyadh

    Kiss the EU Goodbye

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    • marquezula says:

      Manafort is up and twitting let’s follow him

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    • waltherppk says:

      The parallel interest of The People in nations around the world against tyrannical globalist masters is emerging into a historical change in international politics that spells the death of cultural diversity and globalism and the resurrection of patriotic nationalism.

      The same socialist progressive (cultural Marxist) playbook of PC criticism falsely accusing racism, bigotry, xenophobia, islamophobia …..ect. has been applied by UK PROGS to try to marginalize Nigel Farage as has been done by Cultural Marxist “fellow traveler” PROGS in the US to try to marginalize Donald Trump ………
      It is the same RED COMMIE RAT Cultural Marxist playbook 100% and the same ideology of PC “enlightenment” that is being brought to bear against Donald Trump.

      The Democratic Party is the same ideology RED COMMIE RAT Cultural Marxist ideology as their Eurotrash EUSSR “fellow travelers” who are Globalist Cabal and muslim puppets.

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  30. fernleygirl says:

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  31. fernleygirl says:

    Her best opening ever. So good I couldn’t help but be reminded of the awesome speech Judge Napolitano gave…the one that got him fired.

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  32. Muskrat says:

    The sound track adds nothing to BoJo’s memorable words. In fact, it seriously masks them (increased S/N ratio). Fancy that, from the BBC.

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  33. ZurichMike says:

    Brexit is a done deal, but if you a good background on the EU (and a nice nod to Switzerland at 51:10), check out this one-hour film. It is well worth the time spent. Not sure if I had posted this already, but it’s worth a second (or first) look:

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bluto says:

      Thanks for posting ZM!

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    • R-C says:

      This program was excellent–well worth watching.

      To me, the grand irony is that you can take virtually all of the ‘leave’ arguments being posed by those in the video and juxtapose them over the statements and actions of the founders of our nation. E.U. = George III.

      Now, having voted to leave the E.U., the Brits have a full understanding of what drove the American colonists to scribe that famous declaration back in 1776.

      The main take-away is the pervasive and persistent nature of totalitarianism–the ever-burning desire of some among us to rule over all others. It seems this lesson must be learned by each generation, individually, since there is ample evidence in the history books that prove the folly that is totalitarianism, all there to apparently be ignored.

      And, this program highlights the vigilance the rest of us must maintain–in perpetuity–to oppose the would-be ‘masterminds’ among us and send them packing, regularly.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      EU is Europe’s version of America’s North American Union that those in power thought they were going to push on us very shortly!

      Liked by 1 person

  34. Jack says:

    Tremendously well-researched article that meticulously details “What Isis Really Wants”:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/03/what-isis-really-wants/384980/

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    • Good afternoon Jack,

      Thank you for the link. I will probably need to read it a few times to really grasp what ISIS really wants. Like most ideas, religions, politics etc., none can agree on what they really want. We are such fickle beings.

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  35. v4ni11ista says:

    Sung to Elvis’ Jailhouse Rock

    The British threw a party at the E.U. fail.
    The Globalists were there and they began to wail.
    The Land was jumping and the joint began to swing.
    You should have heard those Out E.U. votes sing!

    Brits rock! Everybody, Brits Rock!
    Everybody out the E.U. block
    were dancing ‘cuz the British rock!

    Spider Merkel played the tenor saxophone.
    Cameron was blowing on the slide trombone.
    The drummer boy from Italy went crash, boom, bang.
    The whole rhythm section was the Remain Gang.
    Brits Rock! Everybody, Brits rock!
    Everybody out the E.U. block
    were dancing ‘cuz the British rock!

    Boris said to Nigel, “Oh, for heaven’s sake.
    No one’s looking now, it’s now our time to break”.
    Nigel said to Boris, “Get those voting slips!
    We’re going to get our Out E.U Vote kicks!

    Brits rock! Everybody, Brits Rock!
    Everybody out the E.U. block
    were dancing ‘cuz the British rock!

    Francois was sitting in his house of stone,
    Over there in France, weeping all alone.
    The British said, “Hey Buddy, don’t you be so square.
    If they come for your daughter, use a wooden chair!”

    Brits Rock! Everybody, Brits Rock!
    Everybody out the E.U. block
    were dancing ‘cuz the British Rock!…….

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    • keebler AC says:

      V8 you have a way with words, very catchy!

      The British said, “Hey Buddy, don’t you be so square.
      If they come for your daughter, use a wooden chair!”
      This was right on the money.

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  36. shannynae says:

    This brought tears to my eyes only because I love America so very much and he could have been speaking for me and of course it is President Trump’s exact message. God bless all those who continually fight to be free of the oppressors whereever they may be.

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    • Howie says:

      It has gotten so bad, with so many crooks in Washington. Instead of throw da bums out, we need throw da bums in prison.

      Liked by 1 person

      • shannynae says:

        Seriously, there are several that meet the standards of treason but we don’t punish anyone for that anymore because we have become so corrupt. I feel a change in the wind and a roar from the jungle!

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      • Hannibal Toissant Beauregard IV says:

        Hell does not surrender easily.

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  37. Pam says:

    Like

  38. flyingtigercomics says:

    this is a comment posted on raheem kassam’s fb page

    Another Government source claimed Mr Gove and Mr Johnson were as shocked as millions of others by their victory. ‘It was a public relations stunt gone wrong,’ said the source. They thought Boris would emerge as a heroic loser who had proved his Tory credentials and secured his right to be Cameron’s successor.
    ‘But it blew up in their faces and they will have to clear the mess up.’

    Now it is all becoming crystal clear.

    Vote Leave was set up by the Tory Party, with the intention of mounting a half-hearted campaign fronted by the ‘Court Jester’ Boris, ‘intellectual’ Gove, I.D.S. (The man we all love to hate) and a token Asian, Pritti Patel.

    There were hardly any people from other political parties, unlike the GrassrootsOut and Leave.eu groups who fulfilled all of the Electoral Commission requirements for showing the widest possible range of supporters and backers. Even though many of the Commission had ‘conflicts of interest’ in relation to the Vote Leave application, they still won the contest to be the official ‘Leave’ organisation. I’m sure Aaron Banks will be mounting an investigation into that, if he can.

    The reason Vote Leave stated that they would never share a stage with Nigel Farage is now plain to see. Farage would have given their campaign legitimacy, knowledge and gravitas. The last thing Boris and pals needed was someone who might actually help them to win the Referendum!

    Unfortunately for them, they hadn’t factored into the equation the strength of support Nigel and UKIP had gathered up and down the country.

    He was tireless in his determination to bring as much information to the attention of the public as he could. This was his one and only chance to finally realise his dream of a UK free from the shackles of the European Union, and he wasn’t about to let it slip through his fingers.

    With huge support and massive social media campaigns the ‘Remain’ side soon began to realise that the tide was turning against them. ‘Project Fear’ became Project Panic and eventually Project Lies. Even the death of Jo Cox couldn’t reverse the trend. The crashing of their web site for less than 2 hours, which gave them an excuse to extend the deadline by 2 days also achieved very little.

    Cameron has now shafted Johnson and Gove by tendering his resignation and stating that he will take no part in any BREXIT negotiations. This leaves them with the vast task of trying to clear up a mess that they never imagined would be required.

    The long knives are coming out all around Westminster. Expect many heads to roll and backs to be stabbed in the coming weeks.

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      Sadly, this narrative is plausible and likely. Johnson better cast his lot with Farage and soon. Johnson is in danger of becoming Britain’s version of Trey Gowdy.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Coldeadhands says:

        Nothing surprises me now that Daniel Hannan is hedging his bets on the level of immigration to be allowed from the EU.

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        • Coldeadhands says:

          This from Breitbart London:
          “Your campaign has given voters the impression that we will not be able to get immigration down to the tens of thousands if we are in the EU. I think that gives most people the impression that we will get it down to the tens of thousands if we’re outside the EU… the public have been led to believe that what they voted for was an end to free movement.”

          “Mr. Hannan floundered: “Well, no. We want a measure of control…But I don’t think anyone has ever tried to put a number on it – that’s obviously going to depend on the state of the economy at the time.”
          http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/25/carswell-hannan-freeze-farage-wont-stop-immigration/
          Hannan has an air of weasel about him. Is this where Brexit takes a turn akin to the coopting of the Tea Party?

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      • flyingtigercomics says:

        I totally get why some folk don’t like Farage or his …manner… but fair play this was his victory AND he knows the bastards who oppose liberty better than anyone.

        No one ever tried to assassinate “open borders” Boris, Farage has survived two serious attempts. Says it all about who is dangerous to the Brit uniparty and the globalists.

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        • ediegrey says:

          Personally, I love everything about Nigel – except for his comments about Trump about the Muslim ban last December. But I forgive him – he was no where near as obnoxious as Boris. Nigel loves England and it shows.

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  39. Pam says:

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