Nigel Farage Discusses Upcoming Visit to U.K. by President Trump…

British officials are desperate to keep Nigel Farage and President Trump separate during the state visit next Thursday and Friday.  [::snicker::… you know what that means… nudge, nudge… wink, wink… say-no-more, say no more]  Mr. Nigel Farage discusses the current U.K. climate that awaits President Trump.

One of the funniest damn tweets in the history of twitter!!

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252 Responses to Nigel Farage Discusses Upcoming Visit to U.K. by President Trump…

  1. wheatietoo says:

    “Wakey, wakey.” <— Haaaahahaha. I love that so much.

    I don't see how the UK officials can tell our President who he can meet with.
    It's like a 'dare'.

    I'm thinking that Pres Trump will be even more determined to see Nigel now.
    Hah.

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    • boogywstew says:

      I’d love it if President Trump went ahead and saw Nigel Farage anyways and if the Royals or May rescind offers to meet, the onus would be on them. I can understand a refusal to see Tommy Robinson as he’s a prisoner but ordering around President Trump like a wayward colonist is too far.

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      • “…like a wayward colonist…” You do know how to turn a phrase! Hysterical. I love it!

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      • WSB says:

        That is FUNNY!!!!!

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      • piper567 says:

        I think Trump should invite Farage to Scotland, for a round of golf…even if Farage does not play.
        Think that would be very cool.

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        The British just can’t let it go. A ragtag bunch of deplorable Americans left their farms, their mountain homes, their swamps and kicked the British Army’s ass

        They have been angry at us since then and just won’t let it go.

        “Huh”……..”Then we’ll fly a balloon…….and….and….won’t let you talk to Nigel”

        And…….and……won’t listen to our people…..or stop the raping of our children….or stop putting people in jail who say stuff….

        I quit commenting on the British Government. They’re sinking fast and ‘‘this time we won’t save them.

        Ya know, they act like it is our fault they are in this mess

        This time they have to ssve themselves.

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        • The Boss says:

          “This time they have to save themselves.”
          +++++++
          How true.
          After bailing them out of two world wars, enough!
          However, we will happily sell to them the arms and munitions needed to do the job.

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          • FL_GUY says:

            You wrote: However, we will happily sell to them the arms and munitions needed to do the job.

            Cash only, NO Credit!

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          • GB Bari says:

            Let’s not lose sight of the fact that Britain has nukes.
            If the Muslims take over more than London, the world has a significant problem.

            I wouldn’t give or sell the U.K. ANY more arms until they demonstrate a willingness and an ability to maintain firm control of their government by Christian and pro-western people.

            At the moment I’m not convinced.

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            • Another Ian says:

              Don’t forget the French when you mention that potential problem

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            • Janie M. says:

              GB, I wander to different sites and on occasion, see interesting articles. One in particular had a graphic regarding the percentage of Muslims who end up in the West. The graphic indicated when the Muslim population in a country hits 16%, it’s game over. I suppose, because in part, they are prolific breeders, can have more than 1 “wife” giving birth to many replacements/followers.

              I recall reading an article over at The Daily Mail, perhaps 3-4 years ago (when I visited on a regular basis – quit in 2016 because the anti-Trump, candidate then, comments went beyond the pale). Anyway, a U.K. Muslim immigrant, on the dole, had more than one wife and 12 children. He proudly said he intended to have as many more as possible. If that didn’t raise an alarm, I don’t know what will.

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        • PoCoNoMo says:

          It’s a helluva lot deeper than a bunch of ragtags – It’s the Globalist Asset Stripping Cabal.

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          • PoCoNoMo says:

            Damn, why can’t we edit our own posts. I’ll try again: It’s a helluva lot deeper than a bunch of ragtags from a couple hundred years ago that they’re mad at – That Globalist Asset Stripping Aristocratic Mafia is afraid of the free world kicking their power hungry, greedy, blood-sucking asses off the face of the earth – as well they should.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            I was worried there a second, fresh out of mind bleach. The thought of Globalists stripping is just too much to bare…

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        • murray smith says:

          guys its not about you, its about finally abandoning democracy in a putsch to compel the UK to stay in the EU, exactly as Obama screwing America had nothing to do with the UK

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        • TigerBear says:

          Exactly!
          We owe GB NOTHING!!

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        • The Brits don’t hate Americans. The globalist elite and Muslim sympathizers hate Donald Trump. If the colonists of America hadn’t come from Britain, we would not have the kind of United States that we do. Don’t take May’s or Khan’s behavior out on the entirety of Britain. Britain still remembers what the US did for them in WWII.

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      • Susan in VA says:

        The Brits should remember what happened the last time they pushed ‘the colonists’ around!

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      • InAz says:

        The “Royals” are supposed to remain politically neutral. When it comes to President Trump and speaking out in favor of moslems, the Royals are as vile as the rest of the commie left.

        Also, the government of Great Britain and the Queen has no qualms about hosting evil dictators from various countries who are brutal to people.

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        • Newt Love says:

          > “The “Royals” are supposed to remain politically neutral. When it comes to President Trump and speaking out in favor of moslems, the Royals are as vile as the rest of the commie left. …”

          Awww! But we have to cut Prince Harry a break. Meghan Markle is damn hawt! If a woman could turn her man’s head around, it would be her.

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        • The Heretic says:

          Prince Charles the Witless is a joke. Or maybe that should be a royal joke?

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      • topavalley says:

        I wish I could like this more than once.

        From,
        Another wayward colonist.
        MAGA

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      • Dutchman says:

        Actually, with previous administrations, when Potus visited oppressive dictatorships (Russia, China, Myanmar kind of places) it was common for the regime to RELEASE a political dissident prisoner, as a ‘goodwill gesture’.

        England ought to release Tommy, at least.

        Will this be DJT’s “tear down wall” moment?

        “We’ll just have,to wait and see!”,…

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “I’m thinking that Pres Trump will be even more determined to see Nigel now”

      Perhaps he even will specify where and when he wants to see Mr. Farage. It might be a time sure to be most inconvenient for the UK “hosts” for Nigel to be around, such as making him a official “Presidential advisor” for UK matters!

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Nigel was such an early and loyal supporter of the President during the campaign, I don’t see where it won’t happen 👍👍

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    • sickconservative says:

      Put Nigel as number one and everyone else they don’t want him to see next.
      If he has time maybe make an appearance with the idiots in charge.

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    • Here is what I suggested for POTUS on one of our Aussie blogs:

      The President should invite Nigel to DC on a one way ticket, then give him a lift back to London on Air Force One.
      British dignitaries and press will be waiting on the tarmac. When POTUS and Nigel emerge from the plane together, HEADS WILL EXPLODE!!!!!!!!!!

      That would be the all time greatest trolling and FU evvah!!!!

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      • fractionalexponent says:

        And then climb back in and take off for the Scottish golf course and the Edinburgh castle…

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      • Southern Son says:

        I didn’t read all comments.
        We think alike, and I SECOND THIS suggestion.
        As matter of fact, it would be Trumps MO to have planned it this way Last year!

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Wakey Wakey was called out by Billy Cotton at the beginning of the Billy Cotton Band Show that aired on BBC radio between the years of 1949 to 1968. The band was already quite old when it took to the airwaves.

      This is almost certainly where Nigel Farage got the phrase, “Wakey Wakey” from.

      I remember hearing the Billy Cotton Show on the radio as a toddler in England. What a different place England was then to what it is today.

      Watch this video of Billy Cotton singing “The Lambeth Walk.” The video shows the London I knew as a child. Watching it brings tears to my eyes.

      Note that there are no muslims in the video. Today In parts of London, obnoxious, pushy, Christian hating Muslims now make up over 50% of the population.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Thanks, Bat.
        Yeah, I have heard “Wakey, wakey” over the years, too…so I think that it is a little saying that has spread throughout the English-speaking world.

        My dearly beloved, who is Canadian, has said it to me at times when I was being a sleepy head.

        I loved the way that Nigel used “Wakey, wakey” that morning after the 2016 election.
        It was posted here a couple of times…in those euphoric days after the election, when there was so much hilarity to see and enjoy.

        But it is as funny today as it was then.
        It just doesn’t get old.

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        • “Wakey, wakey” is a better English saying than “Getting knocked up in the morning.” The latter means getting a wake up call from someone. We emigrated from England in 1958 and this saying got my mother in trouble with the nuns at the Catholic hospital where she worked. She was attempting to explain why she was late for work and said that my father “forgot to knock her up that morning.” Apparently that did not go over well with the nuns. I also remember her crying from being reprimanded by a nun for telling a male patient to “keep his pecker up. ‘Pecker’ being a nose – the saying much like our “Keep your chin up.” One can only imagine how the nuns explained that one. As they say, two countries divided by one language.

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          • pacnwbel says:

            This is a fun walk down memory lane where little phrases could get you into big troubleas a new arrival to the USA. Knock up was derived from the days before people had clocks and the town employed a knocker up, a man who knocked on doors early in the morning and called out the time.. It was also a term used in tennis where you would have a practice knock up before starting the game. In other words, a warm up.Another word with huge emarrassment potential in an office setting was saying rubber , as in ” I’ve lost my rubber” where eraser would be the expected word, oh the pitfalls were endless!

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          My late Mom, a born Londoner (wow, would she be sad to see what happened to it) would wake me when I was small with “Wakey Wakey”. When I saw that tweet it brought back memories…

          The area where she grew up is now mostly council flats and the Pakis have taken over (including beheading the occasional soldier or policeman). She wouldn’t recognize it at all. Sad. And this started not just in the last 5-10 years; it started in the 1960s. My Pop was warning about what could happen way back then. He was right about that, the Common Market (it’ll turn out bad for England), and the Chinese (they’ll take over the world if they get organized)…

          Here’s hoping and praying that Britain can rid themselves of the Moslem scourge/plague, and become Great again.

          MEGA MSGA MWGA MNIGA and MIGA. Or even MGBGA (who nicked the vowels 🙂 )…

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      • Kintbury says:

        Do you remember “Two-Way Family Favorites”? A radio show where families of military members and the military sent record requests to each other. That is the first place I heard Bob Newhart and the Driving Instructor. What a laugh.

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  2. As per usual, President Trump will walk into this meeting from a position of strength.

    Make it fair or he will pull one of his many geopolitical levers and zap you!

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    • Minnie says:

      ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Interesting article. He mentions that the Germans are down to four working fighter jets. I think the number is really two. Plus, the transport planes (A-400M), and the helicopters don’t stay up; the submarines can’t stay submerged (because the only one that worked was wrecked); our tanks could probably be penetrated by a BB shot; and our soldiers don’t have clothing that can protect against winter cold (so, Russia, don’t worry, we won’t try to invade you this time).

        BUT, we do have maternity clothing for pregnant soldiers…

        Talk about a hypocritical, oxymoronic, baby-hating situation. What are they doing, trying to get two killed for the “price” of one?????!!!!

        Times were that between high school and college (or around 18-19 years of age), our youth could choose between doing 18 months public service, or 18 months in the military. So, in effect, they made some “payment” for the education they received after that, in that they were at the peak of their physical and intellectual condition.

        Schröder (our Øbama) changed that, and got rid of the requirement. So, many institutions (e.g. Red Cross, summer camps and charity organizations) no longer had the help of these youths, and the military was no longer sure of enough qualified volunteers… Cutbacks ensued, which brought on the sorry state of our equipment and training. Though I wonder if there are those who WANT it that way (cripple Germany…).
        We’ll need to spend probably five percent of our GDP just to get our kit working.

        And Ursula von der Leyen, our defense ministerin, probably doesn’t know which end of a gun points forward. And I sure don’t want her making decisions on equipment. Pathetic doesn’t even come close to describing it. And VSGPDJT knows it…

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        • wondering999 says:

          Cuppa, I’ve never understood why the United States doesn’t have a program to allow people to EARN education scholarships through service. Germany had a good one, apparently, and then scrapped it. Germany’s public service program gave young adults a chance to see a variety of different settings that might have been outside their earlier experience, and it was very helpful in caring for the elderly and other nonprofit areas. An aunt of mine had a German husband who was crippled by a stroke and spent a dozen years mostly homebound. Two young men would come weekly to help bathe him, because he was a large man and she could not do this on her own. They were a godsend and the experience probably gave them a glimpse into the reality of later life, where they may also be if they live long enough.

          The United States has a program called “Segal Scholarships” that are associated with AmeriCorps. We also have a huge population of people with massive education debts to pay down. I understand the Trump administration is busy and this isn’t the highest priority, but I wish someone with a good mind would find a way to connect Segal Scholarships and AmeriCorps with public service, modeling the effort after the now-defunct German program that helped people to become responsible and participating adults.

          Israel also demands that all young adults do a number of months of Army Service. Women are not assigned to combat but do other important support tasks. Public service is the logical gateway to the public benefits that so many desire.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Great comment. Another thing that the “Free Social Year” (FSJ) did what put the young adults in a serving, giving position, where at that age they’re more intent on consuming/taking. Ambulance drivers, helpers, many, many positions are now being filled by long-term unemployed (quite a lot older, usually) and others not qualified mentally or physically for these jobs. A 50-60 year-old couldn’t do the half of what an 18-19 year-old could do, no matter how much they wanted to.

            (I have that experience when I’m fixing stuff around the house 🙂 ).

            A giving attitude (e.g. pflegepseronal), learning responsibility (ambulance driver, for instance), planning, independence, and a host of other things to be learned for these young folks. And on the other side of the equations, professionals to do those jobs cost much, much more. If they could be found… and Mutti’s “highly-talented immigrants” come nowhere near to filling the bill, even if they would do it. They won’t drive an ambulance with a cross on it (they burn them, instead, hence the red crescent in the ME) and they see us here as their kaffir, slaves-to-be, so they just take, rather than give.

            The idea of an internship like we used to have is a great one. I wish they’d bring it back over here…

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            • wondering999 says:

              It’s on my wish list for here, and for there too… can’t imagine what they were thinking when they scrapped the “Free Social Year”.

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  3. MaryfromMarin says:

    I’d like to see POTUS have a lapel pin made in the image of that idiotic balloon. And wear it while meeting British officials.

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  4. Robert Smith says:

    They could bump into each other on the tarmac.

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  5. Peter says:

    I have fought the EU since 1992. I will not rest until it is destroyed, sadly Mrs Maybe is not the person to do it as she is a globalist. She has never been for Brexit. The EU will be destroyed by Hungary Italy and other patriotic states. Nigel has to get back into the fray. The UK has political prisoners in jail now – Tommy Robinson and Jayda Fransen. Oh yes and Melanie Shaw who wanted to expose the child abuse in the UK which is run by the Govermnent. Britain is a very nasty place at the moment and only the decimation of both parties which are in fact the same establishment putting on a show for the voters. I hope Nigel will meet with President Trump despite the mendacous May and the jihadist Khan.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Had never heard of Melanie Shaw. Wow. Explosive stuff
      “…Shaw is one of the few child abuse whistleblowers who is prepared to name politicians as having been among the abusers of her fellow inmates, some of whom she asserts were murdered on site at Beechwood. Her reminiscences date from 1987…”

      https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/melanie-shaw-given-two-years-following-secret-court-hearing

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    • Artist says:

      The Londonistan mayor Sadiq Khan(job ) is actually friends with, and a supporter of, Anjen Choudhry and his terror organization. That particular piece of offal is so objectionable that even obama banned him from re-entering the US.
      The aforementioned Khan(job) acted as Louis Farrakhan’s lawyer in an attempt to overturn the British government’s longstanding ban on Farrakhan entering the UK.
      Obviously Winston Churchill was the UK’s apex, it’s all been downhill since.
      The UK has fallen into a pathetic state of dhimmitude, not only in Londonistan but across the country. In Leicester, which is 18.6% Muslim, passed a resolution to boycott all Jewish business, and Israeli products…alla BDS. Court of Appeals upholds ban, throws Jewish council appeal out.
      We protected the UK against a psychopathic ” fuhrer” who began by doing this very thing to its own Jewish citizens.
      The UK can pis* off as far as I’m concerned.

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      • The Devilbat says:

        I was born in London and spent the first twenty years of my life there. Margaret Thatcher brought the country back from the brink of disaster by winning against the communist Labour party. Things went really well while she was in office.

        Sadly the communists – globalists and the numerous corrupt politicians have finally destroyed the country. Pardon my language but the UK has become a sh!thole.

        Even though I still have a sister and her large family in England, I purposely stay away. I refuse to even visit what is left of the country that I was born in.

        It is now imminent and its only a matter of time before the muslims who have poured into the country will become a majority and the UK will be under Sharia Law.

        I can see no way of undoing what has been done. Its sort of like shooting yourself in the head, you don’t get to reconsider it after you pull the trigger.

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        • amwick says:

          It was very nice of you to share a personal history, even if it is difficult.. First hand accounts are priceless… I have posted this on twitter, this is what I think of Mayor Khan:

          This BTW is not a photoshopped pic.. This is what he believes..
          and I don’t understand the balloon thing.. I would think it is a danger to Parliament.

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        • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

          This is why my DH has decided to become a US citizen. He says he wouldn’t be allowed back in his country because of his beliefs. He is no longer welcomed, even by people he knows. He can’t believe that some of them can’t even see what is happening.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Well, Devilbat – that is heartbreaking to hear even though we know it to be true. I have visited England twice – the last time about 15 years ago – and enjoyed every minute of being there, but I would not go back now. I had two of my children participate in semester abroad studies there as well during that same time frame and they loved it. It is so very sad to see what has happened to your country.

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        • Devil – Sadly, I have experienced the same thing. I was born in Liverpool, England but my parents emigrated to the US when I was 3. I still have close family in England and returned on a yearly basis. No longer. I have not been back for over five years. It is too painful to see what has happened to the UK and I have no doubt that I’d come under the scrutiny of the authorities for speaking the truth. I particularly adore Scotland but now I travel only within the US. It is all so terribly sad.

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        • pacnwbel says:

          Hello Devilbat, we too have relatives in the UK. Our communications exist on the lightest level since the political conditions which actually mstter have become too emotoionally dangerous to engage in. The country is barely recognizable since Islamomania gripped the upper strstas of society. Maggie was the last great politician and leader.

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        • Kintbury says:

          I suggest they dig Mrs. Thatcher up and sit her at May’s desk. Dead, she would still be more effective than May. What an absoslute coward.

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      • The Devilbat says:

        Re: The ban on Jewish goods in Leicester. What you have to understand is that the non muslim people involved have to side with the muslims or else !!! If one dares to go against them, one is finished in politics.

        Very few people in the UK know the history of the west bank – Gaza etc. which is why they make such damned fools of themselves. Here is a recent article where some people are indeed fighting the ban.

        https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-35591202

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    • Dutchman says:

      “Both parties which are in fact the same party, putting on a show for voters”
      Gee, THAT sounds familiar!

      Unipartyitis seems to be a global phenominom!

      Its the way of the globalists, but they are going DOWN!

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  6. Daniel says:

    The rest of that news clip was interesting as well.

    We know all too well in the USA, the gimmicks, the stunts and lately, the calls for violence are all making people “walk away.” The people here are just TIRED of it.

    I’m thinking the same might be true in the UK as well and I believe Trump has a strong following there. And keeping Farage away from Trump means keeping Farage out of the news coverage. I want to believe and I hope the people of the UK are seeing through all of this nonsense.

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    • Lucille says:

      President Trump seems to have a following among the older entrepreneurial class. Unfortunately, Prince Harry’s very-popular-with-the-youth new wife is an avid/unhinged Donald Trump hater and would be very open about it if the Royals didn’t have a rule regarding publicly vocalizing such opinions. She’s likely spread her lies to the entire family by now, though.

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      • dekester says:

        Nice post Lucille,

        The Royals are “ Royal pain in the arse” always have been.

        IMO they are the U.Ks Hollywood. Disgusting people..

        As a youngster we were involved in preparing food for the Queen and her entourage. What we witnessed at the event, left an impression all right. This was up in Scotland in the early seventies. They have become worse with time.

        One good thing that came out of it, was that we help ourselves to the Courvoisier Brandy, and fat cigars that were left after they departed.

        God bless PDJT

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          I think if people knew more about Prince Phillip, and his position in the Illumis, and the dark arts and the secrets of the Mountbattens, they wouldn’t be as fond of the Royal family as they are…

          Then again, they like Marxist Meg, so who knows…

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Brexit is a complete joke and Nigel is absolutely right about PM May and her government. For those hoping the UK 🇬🇧 would be the one that takes down the European Union 🇪🇺, you will be sadly mistaken. They are to far gone and there is no turning back for them.

      The EU took the biggest punch in the face when the Italians formed their new government. Matteo Salvini is considered the DJT of Italy. With the Italians joining the countries I referenced above as well as our country, GLOBALISM, the EU etc. are truly starring at their extinction!

      From the article linked above:

      Salvini said on his Facebook page:

      “Two more ships with the flag of the Netherlands, Lifeline and Seefuchs, have arrived off the coast of Libya, waiting for their load of human beings abandoned by the smugglers. These gentlemen know that Italy no longer wants to be complicit in the business of illegal immigration, and therefore will have to look for other ports [not Italian]where to go.”

      Last week Italy already barred the Aquarius, a ship that carried 620 migrants. Later Spain offered to accept the ship in its port and allowing the migrants into the country. It is expected to arrive in Valencia on Sunday.

      During his election campaign, Salvini vowed to put Italians first and protect the country against illegal immigration. He promised to deport 500,000 migrants within 5 years.

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  9. Landslide says:

    They absolutely WILL meet!! 👍🏻😄 And they will have some serious FUN! I will never forget when Nigel showed up at one of candidate Trump’s rallies during the campaign—it was fantastic and I can STILL feel the excitement that everyone felt! What a duo!

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  10. Deplore Able says:

    Can we move Farage to Arizona and appoint him as a Senator to replace on No Name?

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  11. History Teaches says:

    There will soon be absolute chaos in Britain.

    Very instructive how ‘the will of the people’ is despised and ignored by the deep state of so many countries.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-08/uk-brexit-secretary-david-davis-resigns-theresa-mays-government

    The civil war is global, and the enemy never quits. Actually a good time for the President to ruffle some feathers and snap the Brits out of their World Cup coma. Bread and circuses are always convenient distractions from the dirty work going on behind the curtain.

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  12. boutis says:

    The Brexit minister just quit saying he would not sell our the UK. Tory backbenchers are drumming up a no-confidence vote for May after a meeting with them Monday afternoon. PM May is in deep trouble over her horrible non-Brexit plan. And President Trump is about to arrive. LOL. Nigel seeing President Trump is the LEAST of her problems.

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  13. emet says:

    This will be the riskiest trip POTUS has taken. I do not trust the British security, London police, the PM, and about one third of the London population. And I don’t trust the Royal family either. The Mayor should be “looked after” in the Tower during the trip. Better to meet in Scotland. Balmoral Castle perhaps.

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  14. rumpole2 says:

    At the moment there are SEVERAL groups of annoyed people in UK… fired up and ready to rebel…

    #Brexit crowd being shafted by May and the Remoaners
    #Pro Trump Crowd
    #FreeTommy Crowd
    #Freedom of Speech crowd
    #World Cup football (soccer) fans

    These are separate groups, but there is already a HUGE overlap.. so a REALLY fired up core

    If conditions are right and something sparks a rebellion… it could get messy… just sayin’ 😎

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    • piper567 says:

      rumpole, maybe a critical mass?

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    • WSB says:

      Hmmm…another Revolution on the mother country’s own soil?

      Even Nigel refferred to Mrs. Maybe as a “school mistress posing as Prime minister.”

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      Funny we are all worried about him going to UK not Russia. Just like POTUS said, “sometimes our friends have treated us worse than our enemies”. Strange times. Lots o’ prayers to surround POTUS in a wall of light!!

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    • dekester says:

      Yep, early this week England play Croatia in the World Cup Semi-final should England lose. Look for a massive bought of depression. My bet would be that the majority of English soccer are for Brexit.

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  15. Atticus "The Deplorable" says:

    PDJT should volunteer his services to the UK as unofficial “BREXIT Negotiator”. It would be done in a week and the UK should be at an advantage over the rest of the EU countries.

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  16. thedoc00 says:

    Besides all the fun contacting Nigel Farage, why not go full bore.
    Go to the Ecuadorian Embassy to discuss Venezuela and drive away with Julian Assange and his on-hand data base in the Presidential Limo, under US diplomatic protection and he is given immunity for any WikiLeaks charges in the US.

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    • Daniel says:

      That might be politically disastrous for president Trump to do something as glorious as that. He really has to defeat and outlast his opposition here. After that, he might arrange some sort of summit with Assange. Keep in mind, this president’s role isn’t to play favorites with people who put out leaks for the wiki. Officially, he will always have to condemn it. After all, doesn’t he condemn the leaks and the collusion with the press? To remain consistent, it would be a very bad thing to support Assange overtly that way.

      That’s why I think a summit with Wikileaks might be the way. Arrange for this summit and work out a deal where US relevant leaks might get some sort of “courtesy heads up” before they publish or something like that. And then Trump could say “well, I tried to get him to stop but I couldn’t but we negotiated an agreement of some kind…”

      It would be a very Trumpian thing to do I think.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yep.
        The fact that Julian Assange has supported Bradley Manning & Reality Winner and called them “patriots”, makes it problematic for Pres Trump to openly support Assange.

        Assange hasn’t been seen for months now, has he?
        And the recent tweets from the WikiLeaks account have been…strange.

        So for all we know…Assange could already be in a ‘secured location’ somewhere.

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        • Cheri Lawrence says:

          Yes the whole thing with Assange is strange (in the Ecuadorian embassy? Why Ecuador?). Wikileaks has gone completely downhill definately overrun by clowns. I don’t know what to think about it all. It was bizzare to see Pamela Anderson on Tucker Carlson talking about him being holed up there. And Tucker was like I don’t even know who Julian Assange is? Lots of political intrigue as the UK clown connection is coming to Congress soon 😎

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      • nimrodman says:

        PresTrump showing any deference or cooperation with Wikileaks or Assange would just fuel the “Wikileaks derailed Hillary” clamoring.

        I don’t see any strategic advantage.

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        • RAC says:

          If he could throw some light on the Seth Rich murder and any other unreleased stuff he may hold it would be helpful.

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  17. L4grasshopper says:

    How cool is it that Monday evening Trump drops his SCOTUS pick on the Left, and then immediately heads to Europe to meet with, and negotiate with NATO; the U.K.; and Russia.

    The media might blow a gasket trying to express outrage for it all 🙀

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  18. Ausonius says:

    We just spent 8 days in England, most of it in London, which – like many “world cities” – was filthy, with overflowing garbage and trash everywhere. It was like walking through an ashtray in many areas. To be sure, the Underground stations and the trains themselves were clean and free of graffiti. Otherwise, there was a Third-World feel to many areas.

    The press was in general very ANTI-Trump, along with constant nonsense about “global warming.” And when it hits 83-86 degrees, a heat wave and a drought are declared! 🙂

    In the city of Bath we saw a lunatic with a shopping cart full of Trump Toilet Paper: he was not getting any sales during our observation.

    Nice to visit, but America is the greatest: Ohio remains where I want to live!

    Stay vigilant, President Trump! Trust only those who have earned your trust! The future depends on the destruction of the Global World Order, and the re-establishment of basic freedoms throughout Western Civilization, too many of whose members have traded freedom for a mediocre existence of guaranteed – but very limited – welfare services with health and retirement insurance, where success is penalized in the interest of maintaining a mediocre status quo, thereby keeping the powers that be in power.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Thanks for the first-hand report

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Ausonius – friends of mine just returned from a three year mission in Leon, France. They said France is lost to the muslims as well. Very sad.

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      • Ausonius says:

        25 years ago, a French teacher told me that Paris had been taken over by unemployed – or unemployable – Moslems. He visited Paris yearly, and reported that one often saw small crowds of Arabs standing on street corners, smoking, gesticulating, and glowering angrily at passers-by.

        Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind! This is what Leftist guilt does to Western Civilization: the Europeans commit collective genocide on themselves by not having children, while the Islamic immigrants have families of 5 children or more. Goal: EURABIA by 2050 or even earlier. The dreams of Arabs from the 700’s of making an Islamic-Mediterranean Empire may be fulfilled without military action.

        Mayor Khan of Londonistan is just the beginning, unless something changes: “New Europe,” in the words of Donald Rumsfeld, i.e. Poland, Hungary, etc. may need to be the ones to salvage what is left of The Western Tradition in Europe.

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    • My cousin’s son is planning his honeymoon next Nov, in London & 4 days in the Cotswolds & Bath. Museums, theatre, cathedrals, staying in Kensington. I am reluctant to travel to London myself because the change would be so saddening. I struggle with posting this because it’s off topic but WP has no private message function. Is that still a prudent/safe plan?

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  19. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    I’ve read there will be two Major Khan balloons flown with all the money raised in response to the Trump balloon. Hopefully fact?

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  20. wodiej says:

    Lol, muslim mayor trying to tell Trump what he can and can’t do. People have raised over $34k to fly a khan balloon too….haha. I hope someone shoots the Trump balloon right out of the sky.

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  21. clipe says:

    Cream

    But a little spoon of your forty-five
    Saved you from another man.
    Men lies…
    Some of them cries about it.
    Some of them dies…
    Everything’s a-fightin’ about it.
    Everything’s a-cryin’ about it.
    Everything’s-a… everything’s a-dyin’ about it.
    Everything’s a-cryin’ about it.
    Everything’s a-lyin’ about it
    In your home, in all…

    Spoonful, spoonful. Yeah!
    Here I am, dyin’ about it,

    Spoonfull

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  22. rashomon says:

    The Brits, just as good ole Hillarity, never thought they’d lose. They still think the U.S. is a colony to be used when in need…as in wars they can’t handle…or princesses and princes in need of a dance or marriage partner.

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  23. scott467 says:

    “British officials are desperate to keep Nigel Farage and President Trump separate during the state visit next Thursday and Friday.”

    ______________________

    Why?

    Why do they put themselves in such an asinine no-win situation?

    If the succeed (which they can’t), they look like Nazis.

    And if they don’t succeed, then they failed and look like impotent Nazis.

    Who do these clowns think they are, that they can determine who Nigel Farage OR Donald Trump talks to?

    Has England gone full Hitler / Stalin / Mao?

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Ask Tommy…

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      • scott467 says:

        “Ask Tommy…”

        ______________________

        When DJT has a live TV conference in Orwellia, hopefully with May in the camera shot, he should shame them ALL over their treatment of Tommy Robinson and ask May point-blank if she is a fascist?

        Is your country, which gave the world the Magna Carta, now actually opposed to Freedom of Speech?

        And then turn to May with his head cocked and just say “what is wrong with you?”

        Then he should stage a “Free Tommy” sit-in, and threaten to never leave their horrible little country again until Tommy is free, lol!

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    • Echo says:

      If they want to guarantee that PDJT meets Nigel for a chat, tell Don he is forbidden to meet with Nigel.

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      • bofh says:

        Gunny beat me to it. One way to prevent a meeting would be to arrest Farage for BadThink and BadSpeak. I doubt they would do that, but it’s not inconceivable based on their actions with Tommy and others.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Just like the dem 1/2 of the uniparty here, they just can’t HELP it. Something about TDS that just causes his opponents to shoot themselves in the foot, over and over.

      It is mind boggling to watch.

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  24. I’d like to see Mr. Farage attending a MAGA rally!!!

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  25. rsmith1776 says:

    Archie Bunker was right. Mostly anyway.

    .

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      rsmith1776 – Thanks for that post of Archie. I remember when it was broadcast but I was too young to appreciate it then. It would never make it on tv today, now would it? So great and truly funny! Plus, I love the fact that our socialist buddy Rob (meathead) was the brunt of all Archie’s jokes. He deserved it!

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  26. Bill Dunn says:

    In my opinion it is getting very hard to consider
    England as friends of the U.S. anymore.
    The way our President is being disrespected are not actions of a friendly country.
    A word to the wise Great Britain, PAYBACKS ARE HELL!

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    • Martin says:

      The Brits are become a bunch of Bandwagon Bon Bons, who don’t know their butts from a Florida sink hole. Attacking PDJT is the mouthbreather thing to do, but just ask one why, and they likely cannot explain why. And this, after their FiveEyes interference. Grrrr.

      They voted to Brexit, and like the American Left, the PTB don’t like the result. They’d better get it together, if they hope to engage in 1-1 trade with us.

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    • I never understood why they were supposed to be our closest friend and ally…we fought a war to get rid of them and they still think they are superior…we saved their butts from two world wars…they are weak and useless…why would we want them to be a friend. They need to go off on their own and act like adults for a change…support themselves, fight their own wars and not expect us to save them every time they screw up.

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      • G. Combs says:

        The UK is our ENEMY and ALWAYS HAS BEEN!

        The Revolution — 1776
        The War of 1812
        The Civil War — YEAH!

        U.S. Civil War: The US-Russian Alliance that Saved the Union
        April 2011 marks the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Civil War, which began when Confederate forces opened fire upon Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. The following essay by Webster Tarpley, tells about the largely untold alliance between President Abraham Lincoln and Russian Tsar Alexander II, which by many accounts was key to the North winning the U.S. Civil War, sealing the defeat of the British strategic design.

        1913 –At that point the UK changed strategy and saddled us with the Federal Reserve.

        1917 — Repaying the Tsar and Russia by the Banksters using US MONEY to launch the Bolshevik Revolution and wiping out the Tsar’s entire family link

        Ever since then getting the USA into multiple wars where the ONLY winners were the Banksters and the multinational corporations.

        Note that Shell oil, squarely behind Agenda 21 and Global Warming is owned by the Royals, the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds. More HERE

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          Shell Oil is owned by Royal Dutch Shell, not British. You have confused it with BP. Please do your homework.

          And my genetic brothers in the UK will never be MY enemies. All families squabble.

          And I have more animus against the Union army full of mercenary German and Irish immigrant thieves, rapists, and murderers than I ever will against the UK.

          It’s all perspectival, isn’t it?

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          • G. Combs says:

            I DID!

            And note I said ROYALS as in the Dutch AND English Royal Families:

            From my notes of a couple of years ago:
            The Dutch royal family (The House of Orange) is still reportedly the biggest shareholder in the Dutch part of the group, although the size of its stake has long been a source of debate. The Queen of England is also a major stockholder link and Scuttlebutt and more Scuttlebutt.

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          • G. Combs says:

            CONTINUED…

            Another major stockholder is the Rothschilds. The Rothschild Investment Trust was formed in 1988 => RIT Capital Partners. Rockefellers and Rothschilds Unite

            Then we can look at the Shell Board of Directors.

            Peter Voser
            Chief Executive Officer
            … a member of the Swiss Federal Auditor Oversight Authority from 2006 to December 2010. In 2011…

            Josef Ackermann
            Non-executive Director
            … He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zurich Insurance Group Limited and of Zurich Insurance Company Limited, positions he has held since March 2012.

            … he held a variety of positions in corporate banking, foreign exchange/money markets, treasury and investment banking. In 1990, he was appointed to SKA’s Executive Board, on which he served as President between 1993 and 1996. He joined Deutsche Bank’s Management Board in 1996 with responsibility for the investment banking division and, from 2006 and 2002 respectively until May 2012, he was Chairman of the Management Board and of the Group Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank AG. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG, the Board of Directors of Investor AB and a number of advisory boards. He also has various roles in several foundations and academic institutions….

            Charles O. Holliday
            Non-executive Director
            … He served as Chief Executive Officer of DuPont from 1998 to January 2009, and as Chairman from 1999 to December 2009…. He previously served as Chairman of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Chairman of The Business Council, Chairman of Catalyst, Chairman of the Society of Chemical Industry – American Section, and is a founding member of the International Business Council. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bank of America Corporation and a Director of Deere & Company.

            Gerard Kleisterlee
            Non-executive Director
            …He is Chairman of Vodafone Group plc, a member of the Supervisory Board of Daimler AG, and a Director of Dell Inc.

            Christine Morin-Postel
            Non-executive Director
            …. she was Chief Executive of Société Générale de Belgique, Executive Vice-President and a member of the Executive Committee of Suez S.A., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Crédisuez S.A. and a Non-executive Director of Pilkington plc, Alcan Inc. and EXOR S.p.A. She is a Non-executive Director of British American Tobacco plc.

            Sir Nigel Sheinwald GCMG
            Non-executive Director
            He was a senior British diplomat who served as British Ambassador to the USA from 2007 to 2012. He joined the Diplomatic Service in 1976 and served in Brussels (twice), Washington and Moscow and in a wide range of policy roles in London. He served as British Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the European Union in Brussels from 2000 to 2003. Prior to his appointment as British Ambassador to the USA, he served as Foreign Policy and Defence Adviser to the Prime Minister and Head of the Cabinet Office Defence and Overseas Secretariat. He retired from the Diplomatic Service in March 2012….

            Linda G. Stuntz
            Non-executive Director
            She is a founding partner of the law firm of Stuntz, Davis & Staffier, P.C., based in Washington, D.C. Her law practice includes energy and environmental regulation as well as matters relating to government support of technology development and transfer. From 1989 to 1993, she held senior policy positions at the U.S. Department of Energy, including Deputy Secretary. She played a principal role in the development and enactment of the Energy Policy Act of 1992.

            From 1981 to 1987, she was an Associate Minority Counsel and Minority Counsel to the Energy and Commerce Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. She chaired the Electricity Advisory Committee to the U.S. Department of Energy from 2008 to 2009, and was a member of the Board of Directors of Schlumberger Limited from 1993 to 2010. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Raytheon Company. [Raytheon does mostly government contracts G.C.]

            Jeroen van der Veer
            Non-executive Director
            ….He was Vice-Chairman and Senior Independent Director of Unilever (which includes Unilever N.V. and Unilever plc) until May 2011 and is Chairman of the Supervisory Boards of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. and of ING Group. He also has various roles in several foundations and charities.

            Gerrit Zalm
            Non-executive Director
            He is Chairman of the Board of Management of ABN AMRO Bank N.V., a position he has held since February 2009. Before joining ABN AMRO, he was the Minister of Finance of the Netherlands from 1994 until 2002, Chairman of the VVD Liberal Party in the Lower House (2002) and Minister of Finance from 2003 until 2007. During 2007 until 2009 he was an adviser to PricewaterhouseCoopers (2007), Chairman of the trustees of the International Accounting Standards Board (2007-2010), an adviser to Permira (private equity fund) (2007-2008) and Chief Financial Officer of DSB Bank (2008). Prior to 1994, he was head of the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis, a professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and held various positions at the Ministry of Finance and at the Ministry of Economic Affairs. ….

            Rather well connected to governments, NGOs and various banks are they not?

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          • G. Combs says:

            And while we are on the subject of the Royals (Dutch and English)….

            Prince Bernhard of the Dutch Royal Family is the Founding President of World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

            HRH The Duke of Edinburgh served as International President of WWF for 16 years until his retirement at the end of 1996…

            Dutchman John H. Loudon — Better known as “the Grand Old Man of Shell,” , headed Royal Dutch Shell from 1951 to 1965…. He was President of WWF from 1976 to 1981, and also a member of The 1001 Club.

            Ruud Lubbers served three terms as Prime Minister of the Netherlands between 1982 and 1994, thus becoming the longest serving Dutch Prime Minister…. He continued in Parliament as Senior Deputy Leader, and later Parliamentary Leader of the Christian Democratic Alliance. He became President of WWF International on 1 January 2000, but only served for one year as he was appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from 2001-2005.

            World Wildlife Fund Presidents – past and present

            (This is why I connect the two families in my head BTW)

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  27. ForGodandCountry says:

    For those who don’t “get” Sundance’s “wink wink nudge nudge” reference…

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  28. MaineCoon says:

    Like POTUS takes orders from May and that country Cl*pper used to spy on candidate Trump? Let’s see how that works for them. These globalists keep on keeping on. Fine. Trump Train will fun them down. Again.

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  29. reader(U.K.) says:

    Hmm, news just breaking of serious resignations from the U.K. government over what is perceived as being a potential Brexit ‘sell-out’ by Mrs May. The details are unclear, but the three listed as having gone (David Davis, Steve Baker and Suella Braverman) have reputations as trustworthy. Not sure what the state of our government over here will be by Friday…….

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  30. Cathy M. says:

    Love It!

    I’m gonna use it as my screen saver!

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  31. The Devilbat says:

    Wakey Wakey was called out by Billy Cotton at the beginning of the Billy Cotton Band Show that aired on BBC radio between the years of 1949 to 1968. The band was already quite old when it took to the airwaves.

    This is almost certainly where Nigel Farage got the phrase, “Wakey Wakey” from.

    I remember hearing the Billy Cotton Show on the radio as a toddler in England. What a different place England was then to what it is today.

    Watch this video of Billy Cotton singing “The Lambeth Walk.” The video shows the London I knew as a child. Watching it brings tears to my eyes.

    Note that there are no muslims in the video. Today In parts of London, obnoxious, pushy, Christian hating Muslims now make up over 50% of the population.

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    • Echo says:

      ‘This is almost certainly where Nigel Farage got the phrase, “Wakey Wakey” from.”

      Nah, it’s a common expression in the UK, Australia, NZ. Used as mild sarcasm to encourage someone who doesn’t get it but should.

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    • RAC says:

      The start of every “Billy Cotton Band Show” started with this opening. Wakey wakey caaa( a very abbreviated “come on”). In this recording he sounds a bit elderly, As I remember it, it was shouted with a bit more gusto.

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  32. cyn3wulf says:

    I wonder what a well-timed thumbs up to Scottish independence would do. “I hear Scotland is looking at voting for independence. We did that a few years back. Turned out pretty well….” There’d definitely be some ‘splodey heads.

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  33. wolfrom1 says:

    This is not logical. I have no links. I have very bad vibes about the Presidents trip.
    This feeling has worked for me for 60 years. Mr. President, Please be extra careful.
    I will be praying for your safety.

    Thanks for your courage. God bless you.

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    • G. Combs says:

      You are not the only one and there are plenty of reasons.

      1. The Globalists want President Trump GONE!

      2. The Fabians started the London School of Economics (LSE) with Nathan Rothschild as financier. LSE trains many of the banking, industrial and political leaders in the world. (And you think HAAAaaavard was bad!)

      3. Tony Blair installed the Fabian window at LSE with Bill Clinton in attendance.

      4. The Third Way (Fascism) was written by LSE Director Anthony Giddens and championed by Tony Blair and Bill Clinton. Before Tony Blair became British Prime Minister in May 1997, he was Chairman of the Fabian Society.

      5. The UK have plenty of Muslim Jihadists to carry out the deed and a Muslim mayor to help set it up.

      6. President Trump was spied upon by GCHQ, the British spy agency from AT LEAST 2015. (They have 24/7 access to the NSA database.) LINK

      7. Robert Hannigan, who was head of GCHQ was passing information about President Trump TO Obama’s CIA director Brennan the whole time.

      Yes, I REALLY want President Trump to STAY AWAY from the UK!

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      • wolfrom1 says:

        tant that the President to stay strong in the face of the enemy. Yet he is so important to our country. everything says to me stay home. But being the man he is and the reason we need him means he must go. I will be praying until he is home and safe. A man in a million , sent to us in our time of need.

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  34. Never forget who we declared our independence from!

    I for one feel more grateful with each passing day.

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  35. Lactantius says:

    Socialist England has so many tigers by the tail that they can’t concentrate on what ails them. Their “liberalism” is stoked by a self-centered fear of what they would have to face without state subsidies. “Going it alone” for liberals means the possibility of having to make hard choices and taking risks. When a society becomes so enmeshed in the torpor of “security” they have become useless to themselves and others.

    If Trump is not “welcome” in England, then so be it. Let them depend on Justin Trudeau for their inside contact with North America. The truth is, however, that they know they are toast and they have no idea of what to do and they lack the gumption to try.

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  36. PotP says:

    The Truman carrier battle group is in the neighborhood during POTUS’ visit. Coincidence?

    https://news.usni.org/2018/06/29/carrier-uss-harry-s-truman-operating-in-the-atlantic-as-russian-submarine-activity-is-on-the-rise

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  37. andyocoregon says:

    I hope President Trump snubs London, The Queen and especially London’s muzzy mayor when he goes there.

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  38. Meatzilla says:

    I’ve always really liked Nigel Farage. Not a bad bloke at all — for a Brit.

    President Trump’s visit is going to be a huge party indeed, and certainly a watershed event when he arrives in Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan’s London town. I can’t wait to see Trump’s swagger. Ha!

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