Nigel Farage Speech To CPAC 2018

Nigel Farage speaks to the CPAC 2018 audience.

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65 Responses to Nigel Farage Speech To CPAC 2018

  1. Pam says:

    This is an awesome speech. I watched it earlier this afternoon. You won’t be disappointed! 😀

    Liked by 14 people

  2. PgtSndThinker says:

    Both Farage and Trump encouraged voters to get out and vote for MAGA candidates next fall. Don’t be complacent.

    Liked by 18 people

    • wondering999 says:

      Farage says in the opening that he was shy when he started speaking out! Wow. Farage communicates very clearly and directly. Admirable
      I’ve heard Toastmasters can help a person bring up their speaking game. Farage certainly doesn’t come across shy or bashful at this point
      By the way he says that he had the opportunity to converse with our P45 earlier in the day and Farage considers Trump to be relaxed and at the top of his game 🙂 🙂
      I hope Trump is enjoying his work as much as he can, I really do — appreciate his willingness to take on this role.
      FLOTUS Melania also. Our First Lady been outstanding at her role and it can’t be as easy as she makes it look. So grateful

      Liked by 2 people

      • Matroidman says:

        I was in Toastmasters back in the day. I watched the speech, and in the sixteen minutes of speaking, Nigel said “uh” one time, and that was caused by an applause interruption. He is my favorite extemporaneous public speaker.

        Liked by 1 person

  3. wheatietoo says:

    Great speech!
    Nigel Farage is a treasure.

    He mentions Soros…and everyone knows who Soros is, but I suspect Jeff Bezos and Eric Schmidt are also funding nefarious Deep Left operations.
    Soros is not the only one.

    Liked by 19 people

    • MM says:

      Bank on it Wheatie. Bezos and Schmidt are in the same league as Soros..

      Liked by 4 people

    • MM says:

      By the way hope you are feeling better!

      Liked by 3 people

    • I’m curious about Schmidt’s resignation on the day that the Human Trafficking & Corruption EO was issued. Nothing ever reported. Well nothing of substance.

      Liked by 3 people

      • wondering999 says:

        This Daily Mail link focuses on Schmidt’s open marriage/multiple affairs. Article also brings up the topic of controlling pornography and why Schmidt didn’t want to control online pornography. Complex topic — Schmidt claims that censorship is a may have been enabling trafficking, passively?

        Article mentions that one of Schmidt’s mistresses works as a publicist for the Council on Foreign Relations

        http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2371719/Googles-Eric-Schmidts-open-marriage-string-exotic-lovers.html

        “…Google has been criticised for not doing more to protect… children, against the proliferation of porn on the web…children’s charities have blamed Google and Microsoft for opening the floodgates of online porn into Britain.

        “Google, which says it has a ‘zero- tolerance’ policy on child sexual abuse content, has argued policing the billions of images, stories and data generated daily on the internet would be a Herculean task and any controls could inadvertently restrict legitimate online searches….parents can use Google ‘filters’ like SafeSearch to prevent children accessing pornography.

        ‘What I worry about is that such laws are often slippery slopes,’ Eric Schmidt told a conference in May 2012. ‘In many other countries, adult pornography legislation is an attempt to legislate something else.’”

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    • We need to research, document and publish loudly and regularly where the money goes.

      Liked by 2 people

      • wondering999 says:

        Farage points out that Soros’ Open Society spent $30 billion (not million, billion) on open borders and the rest of Soros agenda. Astonishing resources to go up against but as he points out we have “changed the course of history” ( if we don’t get complacent )

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  4. MaineCoon says:

    Great picture with Wilburine!

    Liked by 19 people

    • wondering999 says:

      I sent this tweet to a friend who has professional background in tax law and who is also a remarkable U.S. Civil War historian. Response below (with permission to post it):

      “Thank you for the link on Nigel Farage at CPAC.

      “There are economic parallels and analogies between southern secession in 1861 and Brexit. A huge new expensive layer of government is forming in the EU that currently costs Britain about 12 billion pounds a year. It looks like it is going to grow rapidly. Farage is right to try to get Britain out of that before it becomes impossible.

      “The danger is that the EU will try to punish Britain by tariffs and trade restrictions. That can only hurt both countries, in the extreme.

      “The EU came about because a few enlightened statesmen saw that free trade was beneficial and that tariffs and trade restrictions cause wars. They didn’t really need to build up an expensive layer of government–just repeal the tariffs and trade restrictions and let the people do business unimpeded.

      “I don’t think that Farage and UKIP are doing as much as they could and should in the way of propaganda to inform the public about the terrible opportunity costs of big government.”

      Like

  5. Rynn69 says:

    Nigel Farage is the Trump of Britain. Courageous hero of a man.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Unfortunately Nigel did not want the PM job. Boris Johnson was his choice but May was the establishment choice. Nigel can help by continuing to speak out.

      Liked by 1 person

      • churchmouse says:

        NO, sorry, take it from me, it does not work like that in the UK.

        First, Boris is a Conservative.

        Second, Nigel is/was UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party).

        In order for your notional scenario to succeed, Nigel would have had to a) become a member of the Conservative party AND b) run — and WIN — as such as an MP in a constituency (i.e. as a Congressman would).

        If he had been viewed as overwhelmingly popular among the electorate and the party — again unlikely — the Conservatives would have had to nominate him for Conservative Party leader.

        If that were to succeed, in order to become Prime Minister, he would have had to get a majority of Conservative MP candidates elected to Parliament in the next election.

        This is not ‘running for President’ in the US style.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          Churchmouse, I understand the difference. The following is a summary how the politics were reported after the Brexit vote.

          After the Brexit vote UKIP was looking to formed a coalition government with Nigel as their head. Nigel recommended a coalition be formed with the conservatives with Boris Johnson as PM. He knew May would be the front runner and she had lots of baggage and her later call for elections eroded her support.

          May refuses to take any assistance from PDJT rather criticizing him instead.

          Liked by 1 person

        • wondering999 says:

          churchmouse… thank you for commenting. These are the kinds of details that I knew/know nothing about and it helps with understanding — what other people are dealing with

          Liked by 3 people

          • churchmouse says:

            You are most welcome. I greatly appreciate your comment.

            The US and European systems of deciding on a president, prime minister or, in the case of Germany, chancellor are very different. The US has its way. European nations have another way. (See my reply to Orygun [just now] on the details.)

            In any case, there was no way a British Foreign Minister — Boris Johnson — could have brokered a deal with Nigel Farage of UKIP to become PM. Not at all!

            Liked by 1 person

        • Orygun says:

          The process of governing seems completely fractured. I hope the Brits can manage to get out of the “pot” before they are cooked. I was following Nigel and Brexit before Trump started his campaign. He is a good man and there are a lot of great folks in the UK.

          Liked by 2 people

          • churchmouse says:

            Thank you for the compliment on ‘great folks in the UK’ — greatly appreciated.

            I mostly agree with you on Nigel. I’m delighted he went to the United States to speak on behalf of then-candidate Donald Trump.

            Nigel was most useful in the run up to Brexit. A year or so beforehand, I saw him speak and spoke to him in person during the break. He also answered all three of the questions I submitted. (I was the only one he did that for. That was purely by happenstance, probably because I wrote out my questions clearly in caps and black ink.)

            That said, the British election system works the same way the other European countries’ systems do. Brexit will not change that, because it is an old formula.

            No one runs for the posts of prime minister or for president, depending on country.

            The party that wins the most constituencies in the UK wins the Prime Ministerial slot.

            Several other European countries do it that way. The rest do not; they use proportional representation (determined by the electorate) and coalitions (determined by their parliamentary representatives) to decide their PM, chancellor (Germany) or president.

            Hope this helps.

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    • Maryaha says:

      My favorite Nigel Farage video (he’s scolding Herman von Rompuy).

      Liked by 1 person

      • wondering999 says:

        I went to look up Herman van Rampuy, because it’s true as Farage claims, I do not recall ever hearing that name.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herman_Van_Rompuy

        Wiki claims that Farage was fined 3000 euros for the insulting remarks in the video above? There isn’t a footnote for that but thought it was interesting

        Van Rompuy is said to be a “consensus builder” who reduced the Belgian deficit?

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        • Maryaha says:

          Oh my, I didn’t know that Farage was fined for that. I guess it’s expensive to tell the truth nowadays.😎

          Liked by 1 person

          • wondering999 says:

            I suspect Farage found it satisfying regardless of the cost.

            On one of these videos, after saying his piece, Farage is reprimanded by a sitting authority for insulting others. Farage responds that it had been acceptable for others to insult him — he and his movement had been called fascist and a slew of other insults — so he was getting even. In any case this episode has high entertainment value.

            In one class on media/ stories/ scripts I recall the producer/teacher telling us that without conflict there is no entertainment. This conflict is MUCH more than entertainment, but — Farage delivers (and Trump knows how to do this as well)

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  6. Turranos says:

    So great to see Farage at CPAC again. Another fantastic speech. May God bless the British people with a swift exit from the evil European Union.

    Liked by 9 people

  7. fleporeblog says:

    I loved that piece of data that Nigel shared. In 2000, only 8% of the votes in Europe went to Patriotic candidates. As of last year, that number has now reached 24%. He is also right that our President is now the face of Patriotism and Nationalism throughout the world.

    The people in Georgia 🇬🇪 are deciding to protest the POS known as George Soros!

    Liked by 19 people

  8. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    I love listening to him and I appreciate his loyalty to our president.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. georgiafl says:

    🇬🇪Test

    Liked by 2 people

  10. MM says:

    Every time I see Nigel I think of the tweet “Wakey Wakey”

    Liked by 11 people

  11. Sentient says:

    He’s talking about the establishment… to the establishment. Lot of non-MAGA people in that crowd. Hence the tepid applause.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Ditch Mitch says:

    More like the expected CPAC crowd. There were lots of MAGA during PDJT’s speech.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Ditch Mitch says:

    Scrolling through the videos at the end of the Nigel video I noticed the Marion Le Pen speech. She was very good also. The crowd sounded smaller and not so loud but they definitely appreciated what Marion had to say.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Craig from Scotland says:

    Sir Nigel of the Farage –

    ‘Wakey Wakey’

    Liked by 11 people

  15. Charlotte says:

    So they let Farage speak, but not Pamela Geller. She was going to talk about the slimy press and MSM

    Pamela Geller: Statement on Today’s Social Media Censorship Panel at CPAC
    https://gellerreport.com/2018/02/geller-panel-cpac.html/

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Pam pulled her panel from CPAC because CPAC would not let GP Hoft attend. Pam should have gone anyway and given CPAC what for. Pam is A fighter, I thought more of her.

      CPAC changed and got protective after the Teaparty movement (2010-2014). PDJT spoke in 2011, turned down 2016 and of course spoke the last 2 years. Rank and file love PDJT, senior members not so much.

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  16. Charlotte says:

    Do you know they tried to kill him three times?
    At least two would-be attackers were caught trying to smuggle knives into campaign rallies attended by UKIP leader Nigel Farage before he stood down, it has been revealed.

    and

    The UKIP leader was involved in an car accident on a French motorway after the wheel nuts on his Volvo estate came loose and a wheel fell off. Mr. Farage was told by investigating police that the nuts holding the wheel in place had been loosened deliberately.
    Two Attempted Assassinations On Farage During Referendum Campaign

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/07/12/two-attempted-assassinations-farage-referendum-campaign/

    and
    UKIP candidate for Buckingham Nigel Farage narrowly escapes death as his plane crashed to the ground at Hinton Airfield, Northamptonshire.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-13082655

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  17. Kerry Gimbel says:

    It is good to know Nigel will be in the front lines again to defend Brexit

    Like

  18. signer1 says:

    What a great message Farage delivered. I refuse to call it a “speech”. which connotates canned, well rehearsed, and, insincere.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. kevin king says:

    Classic Farage and just why the establishment despises him. He sums up beautifully what all us Brexiteers would love to say to the EU elite. In the video below you can see the contempt with which they hold us British and why we are glad to be rid of them.

    Liked by 1 person

    • wondering999 says:

      “Who are you Mr. President? Who elected you? …. we have seen Greece reduced to a protectorate… you have no legitimacy…” wow

      Like

  20. Beenthere says:

    I think Nigel Farage should become an honorary American citizen.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. TwoLaine says:

    That was EXCEPTIONAL, as I have come to expect from Nigel! He always puts a smile on the face. 🙂

    I remember the LoveFest at the TRUMP Rally where Nigel and Candidate TRUMP 1st spoke on the same stage. WHAT A NIGHT! Jackson, MS.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. ginaswo says:

    I am at CPAC and I met Nigel ##Awesome

    Liked by 1 person

  23. 6spot says:

    Sir Nigel Brexit Farage.
    The peasants King and England’s Hero.
    Great speech from the Great Man.

    Like

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