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.
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”….
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)