Mutually Beneficial Leverage – Nigel Farage Visits Trump Tower Today…

It is somewhat funny, perhaps quizzically so, that people cannot see the mutually beneficial play amid the strong relationship formed between Donald Trump and Nigel Farage.   Essentially and substantively, 2016 geo-political outcomes have become a game of teams: Democratic Nationalists -vs- Totalitarian Globalists.

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Toward that end we see the globalist team getting crushed at each electoral occasion: (1. Brexit referendum, 2. Trump election, 3. Italian -Renzi- referendum); and we see the left-wing ideologues flailing around wildly, trying to regain their footing.

The latest visible globalist synergy is leftists within British Parliament blaming Russia for Brexit and Cameron’s defeat, while simultaneously the White House blames Russia for Trump’s victory and Clinton’s defeat.  Despite the ridiculous nature of both claims, there is a unified globalist narrative there.

These outcomes are where Trump and Farage became the visible political face of the anti-globalist movement.  As a direct result of voters the U.K. is forced to accept Brexit, and at some levels actually attempting to avoid implementing Brexit, ergo the power of a U.S. President (Trump) supporting the Brexit referendum is leverage for Mr. Farage.

Hence, a relationship based on “mutually beneficial leverage”….

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UK TELEGRAPH – Nigel Farage visited Donald Trump’s New York headquarters on Thursday night raising further speculation that he could be offered a job by the President-elect.

US political reporters on watch outside Trump Tower in New York confirmed night Mr Farage entered the lift in the skyscraper which takes him to Mr Trump’s office. He left around an hour later without comment.

If, as expected, Mr Farage met with Mr Trump it will have been their third meeting since Mr Trump was elected US President just a month ago.

[…] The extent of contact between Mr Farage and Mr Trump will be intensely frustrating for Theresa May, the Prime Minister, who is yet to meet Mr Trump and has only spoken to him briefly by phone.

If Mr Farage is made an adviser it would mean that Mrs May is forced to deal with the former UK Independence Party leader. (read more)

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Epic Golden Winning !

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115 Responses to Mutually Beneficial Leverage – Nigel Farage Visits Trump Tower Today…

  1. jeffprime999 says:

    Love the Warhammer 40K image of Trump and Farage! 🙂

    Liked by 20 people

  2. Bebe Target says:

    And isn’t Merkel blaming the Russians as well?

    Liked by 8 people

  3. libby says:

    You say that “globalist totalitarian” like it’s a bad thing (/s).
    .
    Muslim for Trump.
    MAGA
    Make Isreal safe again (from the globalist totalitarians)

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Pam says:

    Just imagine all the MSM splodey heads if Nigel Farage was offered a position. Oh boy! haha

    Liked by 14 people

  5. RedBallExpress says:

    Wait till Putin shows up. Modern day Yalta Conference.

    Liked by 15 people

    • harrietht3 says:

      Isn’t Yalta remembered — sadly — with FDR selling out Eastern Europe to Stalin?
      Stalin was trading Soviet military intervention at the close of the war to help ensure Japanese defeat in the Pacific theater — help that arrived late and with little effect.
      Meanwhile, the West entered post-WWII in a Cold War with the Soviets as Stalin gobbled up much of Eastern Europe.
      If this is the Art of the Deal, FDR failed miserably.
      I read The Road to Russia way back in 1969, and it left a sour taste in my mouth re FDR.
      Also of note, is Diana West’s American Betrayal, which greatly expands and enlarges upon the mistakes made up to and through WWII.
      Such as — the UN, undertaken in part as an outcome of Yalta and under the guidance of Alger Hiss, later known to history as an agent of Stalin. Hiss, who, by the way, was at Yalta.

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  6. graphiclucidity says:

    President Trump should appoint Nigel Farage as Special Assistant to the President, Chief Advisor on European Union Affairs.

    Liked by 13 people

  7. MrE says:

    memeshappen.com/media/created/Hack-LiKe-with-an-AX-meme-59071.jpg

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  8. rsanchez1990 says:

    There are two things I don’t get:

    1) Why the heck isn’t Farage PM already? (This one I genuinely don’t know much about UK politics so I don’t know if there’s a reason why he wouldn’t be eligible for PM.)

    2) Why won’t Teresa May appoint Nigel Farage as British Ambassador to the US? This would be like Donald Trump selecting Terry Branstad for Ambassador to China: Branstad is well liked by Xi Jingping, and Farage is well liked by Donald Trump. When the UK finalizes Brexit, Farage would be a big asset in negotiating trade deals between the UK and the Trump administration. If Teresa May can’t see this or won’t admit this, the linked Telegraph article makes it seem that Donald Trump might force the issue by appointing Farage to essentially the same job but from the US side, and May will have been shown up by Farage yet again.

    There is nothing but upside for Farage. If he is eligible for Prime Minister, I think he’ll be next after Teresa May.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      Nigel is/was the leader of the U.K. Independence Party (UKIP).
      In the UK, and other parliamentary systems, the leader of the party with the most seats in Parliament becomes Prime Minister and head of government. Teresa May is the leader of the Conservative Party.

      While technically May could appoint Farage, she will never do this as the elite in the UK see UKIP as racist nationalists due to their position on limiting immigration and leaving the UK. Farage has been on a 30 year mission to get out of the EU and finally got his dream come true last summer. May and the Conservative Party campaigned for Remain.

      Farage is a controversial man in the UK and I doubt he’ll ever be made ambassador or Prime Minister.

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        ^^ “leaving the EU.^^^

        Liked by 2 people

      • rsanchez1990 says:

        Thank you for the very informative comment. I see that Farage was formerly in the Conservative Party and after the Brexit process is completed, UKIP will no longer have a purpose so perhaps he’ll re-join the Conservatives. Sounds like it will be an uphill battle, but they counted him out before on Brexit.

        Liked by 3 people

        • DHarvey says:

          Actually it is my understanding that the UKIP party holds a handful of seats in Paliament. They might have a strategy to increase their seats to eventually become a sufficiently sizeable minority block that the Conservatives will need them to retain control. At that point, UKIP could wield leverage to obtain both policies and perhaps Cabinet posts reflecting their views.

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      • pochas94 says:

        If Teresa May can’t put aside political differences and pick the best man for the job, she is demonstrating serious weakness. Brexit is a moot point and Farage would not be dealing with immigration.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Sandra says:

      This is a good explanation of how May became PM: http://qz.com/728849/explained-why-the-uk-doesnt-need-an-election-to-get-a-new-prime-minister/ It was necessarily going to be someone from the Conservative Party. Farage was UKIP of course. But the next time there is an election he should be able to run even though he said he was not interested in being the PM.

      It seems May dislikes Farage. Maybe she would prefer to use people from her own party for the various appointments?

      Liked by 2 people

      • rsanchez1990 says:

        Remember, four years ago Donald Trump said he wasn’t interested in running for President. Nigel Farage may not be interested now, but things can change (maybe with some encouragement from Trump).

        Liked by 2 people

        • churchmouse says:

          Chiming in from the UK here. We don’t elect presidents as the US and France do.

          Farage would have to get elected as an MP (Member of Parliament), be elected party leader (realistically, by members of the Conservative Party), then run for re-election as MP in the next general election. If, say, the Conservatives won that election, only then would he become PM. The process would take several years and is very unlikely to happen.

          From the article Sandra linked to:

          ‘When Brits vote, they are not electing a prime minister but electing their local Member of Parliament. A party needs a majority in Parliament to run a government, and its leader then becomes prime minister.’

          In voting for an MP, Britons vote for a political party they hope will win the election.

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    • Ron says:

      Another thing worth mentioning, in Europe you have a different scenario than you have here in the States where we truly are a ‘melting pot’ of cultures and nationalities. In Europe, the nationalities are much more indigenous, so calling someone a “Nationalist” in Europe isn’t the same as calling someone a Nationalist in America.

      It’s the Hitler analogy…. in Germany, Hitler was saying German people (who were mainly of 1 background/culture) were supreme to other countries people.

      in America, you can say the exact same thing (Americans are better than other countries) and it’s fine because anybody can become an American regardless of what race or culture you are from.

      So one of the ways they attack Trump is to call him a Nationalist, as it applied to Hitler, and ignore that an American Nationalist has nothing to do with racist ideology.

      Of course neither does Mr. Farage, but that’s the difference and nuance between that loaded word Nationalism being used over here, and over there.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Media censorship and social-engineering in Britain are crucial factors.
      Theresa May banned Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer but allows radical Islamists.
      Brits are not like Americans.
      As they say, political correctness is a killer.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        US Universities sure are giving the Europeans a run for their money tho with the Censorship thing.

        Bet there’s a LOT of US colleges that would not allow Pamela Geller to speak.

        Liked by 6 people

        • dutzie60 says:

          I think the University ideology will take a turn after January 20, 2017 because they will be reminded of how much Federal money goes into their coffers. And then will be reminded how much Federal money may Not go into their coffers. I’m looking forward to the SJW meltdown when they’re told their safe spaces are closed and they’ll have to accept even people like Pamela Geller and Milo on the campus. LOL

          Liked by 3 people

        • Sunshine says:

          Yes. Just horrible. And it’s accelerating rapidly in universities and campuses. They want to keep the peace but are killing us in the process. Only two ways to stop this: either take out full-page add in local town paper denouncing the situation or mass-email bombing to adminstrators of campuses and universities. No other way failing lawsuits.

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          • piper567 says:

            The best synopsis of this phenomenon re our snowflake “students” is a post I saw on The-Donald several weeks ago…a photgraph of a handsome black man who I do not recognize was captioned:
            “We send you our young adults, and you send us back toddlers.”
            YEP

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  9. alliwantissometruth says:

    Boy oh boy, those Russian hackers are good huh?

    Liked by 8 people

  10. lastinillinois says:

    Each day, for the last 5 weeks, I wake up thinking that it won’t possibly as good a day as the day before.
    But it turns out, that the new day IS better than the day before.

    So much winning.
    24 hours is barely enough time for a day’s worth of the winning we’ve been enjoying.

    Literally obliterating Obama and Dems into obscurity right before our eyes.
    It seems the Trump Committee is working the Dem Party into becoming “Thinner”.

    Liked by 12 people

  11. DebbieUK says:

    Mr Farage is hated by the establishment in Britain .He has tried 7 times to get elected to Parliament.He knows what Mr Trump is going through with the vile MSM.They have tried to make him a hate figure.Lefties love to parody him as Hitler.
    His last attempt was in in 2015 .The Conservative party is under investigation by the police for irregularities to prevent him winning the seat.He should have won easily.
    I doubt Mrs May would appoint him to anything .If any one deserves a knighthood or peerage its Mr Farage.
    I’m so glad to see him and Mr Trump together ,winning. It can only help our Brexit fight and Make Britain Great again.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Sandra says:

      If these British idiots are worried that Putin is driving refugees into the UK to “weaken and divide” Europe … then why are they accepting all of the refugees??? This doesn’t even make sense!

      Liked by 12 people

      • Sandra says:

        (Just want to be clear that “British idiots” was referring to Ben Bradshaw and all of the people in the room who did not heartily boo him.)

        Liked by 4 people

      • My thoughts exactly Sandra! They WILLINGLY accepted them! No matter what Putin did or didn’t do in the Middle East he did not make them take anyone. They received millions of refugees because THEY chose to!

        The irony of it all is that in the left’s quest to cast blame for their own failures, they are essentially admitting that everything they’ve argued for years was wrong! For example, if they are saying Russia created a refugee crisis in the Middle East to negatively impact Europe, they have to admit that the refugee crisis in the Middle East is negatively impacting Europe… something we’ve been saying for years but they branded it “racist”. My how the tables have turned! 😉

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        • Bull Durham says:

          Europeans really know how to cut a good deal, Not.

          The European Commission says that 677 million euros ($723 million) have flowed into Turkey to help it manage almost 3 million Syrian refugees who are sheltering there, and that a total of 1.3 billion euros has been “contracted” with Turkey. The EU has promised 3 billion euros ($3.2 billion) by the end of next year, and a further 3 billion from 2018 if the first tranche is spent correctly.
          Source:http://lancasteronline.com/news/world/eu-little-progress-from-turkey-on-visa-conditions/article_e842ed97-b132-547d-adc4-341c5da063cd.html

          They have paid Turkey for the waves of refugees, and will continue under contract to pay over $5 billion more. How does that work as a deal?

          (But Russian and Syria caused the problem.)

          Who has been dropping bombs on Syria for 4 years? The US Coalition, mainly EU/NATO planes following the US planes onto targets in support of radical terrorists.

          The US dropped leaflets on ISIS. And airdropped (by mistake, over and over and over) arms and ammo to ISIS.

          Europe created the refugees. They paid for and continue to pay for them.
          And to save themselves, they think they want to form an army to go fight Russia.
          NATO won’t last a week against Russia. They admit it.

          Here’s the state of the German AF and Armor:
          “Of the 219 aircraft of the Luftwaffe combat aircraft Tornado and Eurofighter Typhoons there are 69 aircraft in flight condition. Of the five delivered to date, the new military
          transport aircraft A400M one aircraft is fit to fly . 71 aircraft are on repair and modernization needs and in the coming months to get back in the game. Highest availability
          features the fleet of military transport aircraft C-160 Transall — from 30 in the air force machines, 19 are suitable to fly. From among three hundred helicopters to fly,
          according to the publication, about a third are suitable to fly. All built in 1970-80’s, and 244 tanks “Leopard 2″ for combat missions only 132 are ready to use.”
          Source: https://jpgazeta.ru/vsu-silneyshaya-iz-kukolnyih-armiy-es/

          That’s what’s going to take on Russia. Target practice. This Spring, the NATO generals announced they would not last 60 hours against a Russian counter-attack.

          I suggest that NATO become an anti-terror SWAT team and get the terrorists and refugees out of Europe before they start anything Russia will be forced to finish.

          Have you seen the defense ministers of NATO? At least four of them are women.
          Politically correct. Have you seen Sergey Shoigu of Russia? He’s not a woman.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Wavetheshales says:

            And, as far as the defense ministers of NATO go, I doubt many, if ANY, have seen REAL military duty, or have been in the line of fire.

            Just like Brussels (the EU HQ), a bunch of bureaucratic know-nothings ruining everyone else’s lives…..

            I think the garbage weaponry that Germany has been stuck with is on purpose, to cripple them, just like Øbozo is crippling the US. Not only it the 400M a disasters, the guns the soldiers have been issued (new, bright and shiny, eh, Frau von der Leyen – matches their buttons and gives a special panache to their outfits, or?)
            don’t even shoot straight after they warm up (!).

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          • Let me guess. Sergey Shoigu – face like a mud slide?

            I thought so.

            Liked by 1 person

          • Haha, they should’ve read Art of the Deal! May have made them only kinda suck at doing their job. Actually, come to think of it, that might be a good Christmas present for our incoming administration to give to the European “leaders” this year! I imagine he can get a good deal on some copies! 😉

            Seriously though, thanks for sharing. Great points and great info. PC culture weakens every aspect of life and is one of the primary reasons Russia is increasing in global power and prominence. When Russia picks people to protect their nation they don’t focus on outward appearance. Instead they focus on intelligence, aptitude and job performance. Thankfully we now have a President who will do the same. America First! 🙂

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Love Farage. He always stays on point when he speaks. Very good, clear communicator.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Ron says:

        He’s very articulate too, and clear… I also like that he speaks LOUDLY, I’ve always thought that was a good quality in men, it makes their conversation full of life and vivacious.

        Liked by 8 people

  12. NJF says:

    I absolutely love that firs oic of them.

    Can’t help but smile

    Liked by 2 people

  13. M33 says:

    Haha!
    That golden photo is too much!
    Sheer overkill!

    Liked by 5 people

  14. sunnydaze says:

    Joe Manchin, Democrat W.V., on Hannity now sounds like he’s fine with many of Trump’s picks. Named Sessions and Tillerson in particular.

    Liked by 3 people

    • darththulhu says:

      He may eventually end up a Republican, or he may just end up as a pro-Trump Democrat. Either way, Win-Win.

      Liked by 3 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        I agree, darth. I’m thinking more than a couple Dems could be flipping over to the R. Party, or, at least voting with Trump. Almost said “Voting with the Rs” but there are more than a couple Rs who are clearly anti- Trump, so the more Dems who cross over the better. Those Dems can help us cancel out the Rs who flip around.

        Liked by 3 people

        • fred2w says:

          I bet another Democrat who breaks ranks for President Trump is Tulsi Gabbard.

          Trump and Gabbard have common ground on being anti-radical Islam and anti-endless war. Gabbard also spoke well of Trump after they met at Trump Tower weeks ago.

          Liked by 4 people

    • snaggletooths says:

      “He’s my president and I’m gonna fight like the dickens to make him the best I can.”

      that is the way congress should act no matter who is President, they work for us & they should ALL work with the President, Manchin has the right idea

      Liked by 6 people

  15. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

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  16. jambo says:

    The only ‘loss’ we had was the Austrian re-run.
    Globalists took that fairly easily but I have no idea how or why, same day as the Italian referendum, totally different result yet Austria is in ever more strife than Italy regarding the criminal immigrants. Vienna Praterstern station is a war-zone.

    All very strange, that one.

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      Well, Italy’s definitely had it’s problems with the “Refugees”, especially since those more Eastern borders tightened up and they have to come thru the Mediterranean now.

      Plus, I don’t think the Italians, in general, are as easily PCed/Propagandized out of their ever loving minds like the Northern Europeans are. They seem to have a bit more self-preservation in them.

      Liked by 5 people

      • The Italians did invent pizza! Any country that does that has gotta have some serious self-respect! 😉

        Liked by 3 people

      • myshariamoor says:

        S. ITALY (Sicily, Napoli, etc). was heavily COLONIZED by Islam until the 1000’s AD (11th C.) when the NORMAN Vikings finally invaded, liberated & aided in their re-Christianization!
        It’s also where the Mafia arose centuries earlier as a guerilla front to resist Islamic RAPINE & slaughter.
        Good.

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    • smarty says:

      Fraud???

      Like

  17. India Maria says:

    How did PE Trump know that we would ask to stop “so much Winning because we are not used to it?” I can hardly catch my breath…….OK, I’m better. Resume the WINNING!

    Liked by 8 people

  18. AndrewJackson says:

    Guys is this for real? Sheriff Joe Arpaio just had a news conference on the birth certificate issue. The claim is that a birth certificate from 16 days after Obama was alleged to have been born in Hawaii has the exact relational properties as Obama’s (stamps and text filled in).

    Liked by 6 people

    • Dommy says:

      It’s old news really. Nothing ever came of it mainly because Arpaio refused to legally kick his findings upstairs to his superiors in his official capacity as a sheriff.
      He just held fundraisers and news conferences.

      Liked by 3 people

    • graphiclucidity says:

      As somebody who has been using Photoshop for 20 years, I can tell you it is very real and very convincing.

      I say it’s fake.
      But I’ve thought that since 2011.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bull Durham says:

        Well, the man himself is fake as the whole world now knows. A Fraud, a phony, not smart, without character, a con man. So, that adds credence to the document maybe being less than real. Who cares at this point? It’s moot. Trump will discredit the entire legacy.
        And by 2020, half the Blacks will be in the Movement with the rest of us. They will be the final deciders. He did zero for them. Stole eight more years of their lives. Left them in violence and drug epidemics. That’s the story that will be the Truth of Barack Obama.

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        • Bull Durham says:

          And it won’t be a .psd file.

          Like

        • graphiclucidity says:

          I don’t think it will make any difference. Most people will never believe it, or care.

          I’d just like it to go down in history that Obama forged his birth certificate for whatever reason.

          People deserve to know the truth.

          And as they say…
          Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

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  19. Trump needs to offer Farage a cabinet position.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. David says:

    Farage can be Trump’s senior advisor for Globalist scum affairs.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. itswoot says:

    The teamwork of Donald Trump and Nigel Farage makes for a new “Dynamic Duo” as they work to change the dynamics in a world that has gone far astray.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Illegal says:

    Farage serves an important role. He is the fly on the wall. He can inform Trump as to who the players are in both the UK and EU. This gives Trump an advantage when he has to negotiate trade agreements with these entities. Having no offical title leaves Farge free to talk to whomever he wants. He will be in demand because he has talked to Trump. This arangement also avoids formal offical communications. It opens a back channel.

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Anti-Globalist says:

    The subversive anti-globalist movement is the most badass political movement in history.

    Liked by 4 people

  24. quintrillion says:

    Another EU member speaks up (shades of Farage), ‘an epic freak-out ensued’

    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=55983

    Liked by 2 people

  25. jojo says:

    TRUMP, NETANYAHU, FARAGE – Proof Atlas shrugged.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Benson II says:

    Trump and Farage. When they smile like they’re enjoying not only the outcomes but the comradery of being in the fight together or even just talking with each other it’s so darn cute on so many levels. Their genuine smiles from ear to ear are infectious.

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