Nigel Farage Discusses Brexit Party Victory and Theresa May Resignation…

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage calls-in to Fox Business for a discussion of Theresa May’s resignation and the success of the Brexit Party movement in the recent EU election.

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[ps. I still think U.K. far-left media are sandbagging the results of the British vote for EU Parliament members.  Farage puts the total at 35%. Don’t be surprised if the official numbers are not even higher when announced on Sunday]

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131 Responses to Nigel Farage Discusses Brexit Party Victory and Theresa May Resignation…

    • Maquis says:

      Can wait for Sunday’s Wakey Wakey moment! 🌞

      Liked by 19 people

    • Amazing!

      Farage says that we might be looking at the death of a political party (Conservative) that has dominated the UK for over 200 years.

      This has to be earth shattering political news.

      Absolutely astonishing.

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        Destroyed by their own adherence to globalism and multi-culturalism, before common-sense preservation. Self-implosion.

        Do you think our Republicans here in the States will get a clue? (Or take the cue?)

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        • Maquis says:

          More likely it’ll take a good cue-sticking to change their GOPe ways.

          Liked by 7 people

          • Raghn Crow says:

            Maybe the cue ball itself, bouncing off the collective GOPe head?

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            • Maquis says:

              Never been a bar brawler kind of guy, but I could appreciate a good pool hall free-for-all drubbing of GOPe noggins.

              It’s time they recognize we see right through them, and don’t appreciate what is revealed. It’s like discovering you suddenly have x-ray vision, in a leper colony.

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              • Rudy says:

                Yeah, wouldn’t it be fun to have a rumble, all the ‘rats and ‘rinos vs. an equal number of us and do a last man standing event in a stadium somewhere. Knuckles and knives.
                As Floki would say…tee hee.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          GOP needs to remember their own history before it overtakes them. Again. They used to be called Tories.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          Biggest proble here in the states is that the Drats are so extreme left, the GOPE is a safrer choice. Take someone like MCStain for example, a horrible person and senator, yet he always won because the Drat he ran against was even worse. In many cases here its a fight between a RINO Republican or a outright communist Drat. Too many folks in the states don’t vote in the primaries, or they let Drats vote in GOP primaries, which often leads to candidates like McStain or another RINO we just got rid of here, Jeff the fake Flake, a Trump hater to the core. You likelty have 15-20 so-called “republicans” in the US Senate who act like the Drats do, starting with Mitch the beech MCConnell, whose wife BTW is in Trumps cabinet and her family is in bed financially with Red China.

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        • paulyho39 says:

          My question, precisely! Will the Repubs ever learn????

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      • Pyrthroes says:

        Conservatives, “Tories”, are not going away, just changing partisan designation for the nonce. The U.K. problem is that Jeremy Corbyn’s “loyal opposition” is impossible, made up of manifest commissars-in-waiting, economic illiterates, vile anti-Semites, treacherous Muslump-friendly sellouts.

        In any polity, when an extremist wing arises to eliminate all middle ground, the stage is set for “politics by other means” as von Clausewitz would say.

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    • MIKE says:

      Thank you for formatting on YouTube, my iPad doesn’t do twitter anymore, only text and the scrolling freezes up.

      To the story, I wonder why Nigel doesn’t run for PM? Does he have flaws and baggage?
      Or is it just FDS from the British libs?
      Surely, with a little help from his friends, he can escape the surly bonds of globalism, especially if he can figure out how to work in tandem with ESGPDJT, and let’s get on with this movement while things are hot and buzzing, and the controlling opposition is making complete fools of themselves.
      We have a man at the helm here at home who has the potential and know how to evict the bloodsucking central old world euro banks from controlling and tapping into our nation’s wealth.
      Could Farage be Trump’s counterpart?
      If so, let’s roll. If not, disregard.

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      • roddrepub says:

        I haven’t asked, but I have wondered that as well. Farage is a smart man with his hand on the pulse of the people… Like someone I know! VSG

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Nigel is laying his plans. He hasn’t ruled out challenging the regular Parliamentary elections which take place this autumn, iirc. He’s gonna Brexitize the Tory Party or run his own, new party, imo.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        As for a Tory candidate, I really like Rees-Mogg, but BoJo looks to be in the lead and after Nigel stated he could only support a Tory/Conservative who said no if’s, and’s or but’s Brexit WILL happen, BoJo did just that. Set an October deadline for Brexit, including a no-deal Brexit.

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      • JohninMK says:

        He can’t realistically be PM until he leads the largest party in the UK’s House of Commons. That is some way away.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      My fingers are crossed for 40%. With an extra 11% for conservative/tory so they’re a majority coalition for the UK MEP’s.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Too bad you aren’t showing her full speech and her exit in tears. She deserves it.
      She is a EU-friendly. And she did everything she could to stall the process. A traitor.
      Boris Johnson, her successor, said it the best. A hard-Brexit and allow EU to negotiate with Britain. Britain comes out first, and not EU.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Paul Joseph Watson…..

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    • Supertalk says:

      Sundance, what do you think about the coincidence of timing: Wednesday Devin Nunes sends an open letter to President Trump asking him to Question Theresa May about her involvement in ‘SpyGate’. Within 48 hours Theresa May resigns as PM. Think about that, Brexiteers have wanted May gone for 2-3 years and she quits in 48 hours after a high ranking member of the US Gov’t fingers her for collaborating against a sitting American President.

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  1. Hmmm... says:

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  2. LBB says:

    Enjoyed this recap/update this morning with Farage on election scene. Hopefully Boris Johnson or other Brexiteer will be successful in working all the details to get out.

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    • WSB says:

      My vote is for Nigel.

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      • LBB says:

        NIgel hasn’t been interested, but he left the door open a smidgen on Piers Morgan’s interview this afternoon.

        “Mr Morgan probed further and asked the Brexiteer if he would like to be Prime Minister.
        Mr Farage replied: “Not really, no.
        “This country would have to go through disappointment post-Brexit on a huge, huge scale.
        “If this political class let us down on Brexit, then anything can happen.””

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        • WSB says:

          The Reluctant Warrior. There is no one else. I believe Ngel knows this.

          In the one interview up top, Nigel makes the comment that without his and his new party’s backing, no one gets elected.

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          • Thomas Holsinger says:

            Farage has ENORMOUS street credibility on this from his resignation as UKIP after the Brexit vote. That Cincinnatus/George Washington act did it. He is trusted as not seeking power for himself. If the only way for Britain to leave the EU is for him to become Prime Minister, then and only then will he seek the job, and then he’ll resign after Britain is firmly out. The trust he has on this is incredible.

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          • livefreeordieguy says:

            Yup… He matter-of-factly said he is in charge… and he’s right.

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          • Jeff says:

            It has been said by wiser minds than mine, that the best leaders are often the ones who don’t want the job.
            What was that old quote? “He did not seek greatness, greatness was thrust upon him.”

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            • Maquis says:

              PDJT himself was asked about the Presidency for decades before he decided to right the ship, as no other could, or would even try.

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            • WSB says:

              They say that about George Washington, and I expect they will write that about Donald Trump.

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            • meow4me2 says:

              Hate to be a contrarian, but I also remember Paul Ryan protesting he didn’t want to be Speaker of the House. Goodness knows, he was the worst speaker in my lifetime. Obstructionist.

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              • mutantbeast says:

                Nasty Piglosi is the worse sleazer of all time. Easily. Ryan is a POS I agree, yet the aho left Congress because he wants to run for president after Trump is gone. He will never make it BTW, the Trump backers DESPISE Lyin Ryan, he will never get out of the primaries.

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                • gawntrail says:

                  Ryan is the ‘centrist/independent/3rd party type that will be sent in to ‘save the day’.

                  The DONK rank and file are the screaming, howling socialistas. The old dog Dems, who couldn’t stomach a vote for a GOP candidate are starving for a ‘centrist’. The Independents whine for a centrist (because they can’t stomach a GOP vote). And, RINO PUBs are crying for a centrist (because, their club looks down on Conservatives).

                  Ryan is being sold to LOFO voters as the Perfect Storm. He’s a closet DONK and a DC insider. Hence the equivalence of epicac to us Deplorables.

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              • dallasdan says:

                Ryan is a despicable liar. He doesn’t belong in a conversation about honorable men drafted to be leaders.

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        • Right to reply says:

          Farage cannot become PM without first being an MP. MEP doesn’t count

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  3. WSB says:

    Sundance, these are wonderul interviews!!! And that picture in fhe private elevator always makes me burst out laughing!!

    Thank you for presenting this tonight. The results will be eyebrow lifting!

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  4. Magabear says:

    Bet the media is “shocked” at these results (again). Why, how could their fake polls not have influenced the election outcome in a leftward direction (again)? They’ll have to redouble their efforts (again).

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    • If you listen to Theresa Meh’s statement she actually stated that it was not predicted to go that way at all.

      Well, when you are social engineering and steering, of course it wasnt’ predicted to go against the dumb@$$3$.

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    • mutantbeast says:

      you must mean the same “media” who said “Trump has no path to 270″ or Hilldebeech will get 400 electoral votes and decide herself how big a victory margin she wants”. If 2016 did anything, it PROVED the so called “media” are nothing more than communist proagandists largely. Hitler likely would have won ww2 if hes had todays “media” doinghis propaganda instead of Goebbels.

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    • gawntrail says:

      Shocked that their psyops aren’t working anymore. Who do we really think is behind the deplatforming/shadow banning/othering/etc…… The MSM is losing ground daily. The public has found a new source(s) for their news/info. Controlling the public consumption of information has ended. Legacy Media is about to flat line as a business model.

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  5. RadioMattM says:

    “It is a matter of deep regret to me that I have not been able to deliver Brexit in light of the fact that I have done the most I could to prevent it.”

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  6. The Boss says:

    The Brits deserve to start a string of wins. That includes some potential cleansing of their intelligence apparatus in addition to ending the EU shakedown in a way other countries can replicate.

    Liked by 9 people

  7. alliwantissometruth says:

    What? People are voting in their own interests?

    If this keeps up, the people may gain control of their own countries!

    Oh no!!!!!!

    Liked by 15 people

  8. teamzr1 says:

    Would be interesting if Pres Trump cancels the meeting with May and instead spends the time
    in public with Nigel Farage

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    • Herbert Kroll says:

      Now she’s leaving, May has her hands free to ruin the president’s visit with her globalist, radical progressive standpoints, I fear.

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  9. Lee Moore says:

    ps. I still think U.K. far-left media are sandbagging the results of the British vote for EU Parliament members. Farage puts the total at 35%. Don’t be surprised if the official numbers are not even higher when announced on Sunday

    I doubt it. More likely they are hyping The Brexit Party’s score to 37% / 38% so that when it gets 30% (which would be an astonishing result for a party that didn’t even exist 2 months ago) they can say : “Woo ! Momentum stall. Farage Fail. Let’s talk about how the LibDems (media fave Remain party) have leapt from 12% to 16%. Big Mo !”

    If Farage gets 35%+ they’ve still got “These are not serious elections, it’s just a protest vote. Nothing to see here move along.”

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  10. Rudy says:

    Look, you guys, is Farage any better than May or any other bog standard pol in Britain or the USA or anywhere else?
    I thought he was great, too, until he said we just ‘need to get used to the moslems and their influence’ ,badly paraphrased, but that was the basic statement. It doesn’t matter how many elections are won if the islamic threat is not taken care of…no matter the cost. I just don’t know if Farage has the balls for the challenge facing Britain, or the world for that matter. Live and let live won’t work with jihad, stealth or otherwise.
    Sometimes nice guys finish last or not at all. England needs more Tommy Robinsons, many more. As do we.
    Just sayin’, maybe this election simply doesn’t matter one way or the other to what’s really important.

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    • Maquis says:

      Then pray he wakes up to a clear understanding of what Islam really is. Let’s pray that Britians recognize that freedom is not compatible with Islam nor a peaceful society possible with the legions of Muhommed in their midst. Our political class is as obtusely disingenuous and Pollyannish about this threat as are the Brits, few have the courage of Orban and Netanyahu.

      While I shudder at the consequences of such foolishness I will pray and work as I can to better our society’s understanding. God isn’t finished with us, there is hope yet.

      Fight, yes, but hope, always hope.

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    • Right to reply says:

      Not a matter of Farage having the balls. Its a matter of the British people having the balls. They don’t live in the darling countryside, but in Islamic enclaves, as a nation within nations. Islam has conquered the UK, and no one has asked why, and for what purpose. They allowed the enemy within the gate. Why did they do that?

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      • Query says:

        “Why did they do that?”

        A good question and the reasons are childish and vile.
        Tony Blair’s inner team engineered opened the country to 3rd world muslims simply to rub the Conservative’s and ‘insular’ Anglo Saxon British population’s nose in it. To engineer them. Blair’s advisors have admitted to it.
        It was a form of cultural revenge by the far left who hated more than they loved the British culture and nation.

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      • Globalism. islam is causing the much-needed chaos to bring about the phake “order” of totalitarian feudalism.

        Not “socialism, communism”. Totalitarian feudalism, as both have ALWAYS BEEN.

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        • Bendix says:

          I agree with that, Human.
          They don’t/can’t love the Muslims that much. The Muslim religion doesn’t interfere with their globalist goals, is all. It does however interfere with Christianity, which the globalists want to abolish.
          The Muslims, should they become too big a problem, can always be dealt with later.

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    • The Boss says:

      I think the quote about muslims is more a function of the UK’s hate speech laws than anything else. People like Farage need to be very circumspect when making public statements because being jailed is a very real outcome when aggrieved parties play the victim card. Sucks, but that’s the way it is.

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      • Maquis says:

        It’s the Third Rail throughout the West. An ugly unspeakable truth. May that tyranny fall, too.

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      • Rudy says:

        Hope so. The guy is so effective in politics he could definitely do good. Britain seems to be going over to the ‘dark side’ other than him and Robinson, not too many bright spots.

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Or taken out of context,supply a link,
      “need to get used to the moslems and their influence’ ,badly paraphrased”

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      • Rudy says:

        I would, if I could remember any more about it, like which site I saw it on. Old age. I think, think mind you, it was Atlas Shrugged.
        In any case, it could just be caution on Farage’s part, as The Boss points out.
        It has bothered me since I saw it, just as DJT cultivating the Saudis does. I’m just happy I don’t have to deal with moslems in any way shape or form like they have to, and I want to keep it that way.

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    • wtd says:

      An important point to be made…Farage will not speak against the Muslim presence/influence and sudden cultural changes within the UK.

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      • wtd says:

        Link to article
        ‘Islam is taking over’ Farage stunned as caller tells him fears for Britain”
        NIGEL Farage was left stunned after being told Islam is rapidly taking over Britain.

        “…A caller phoned Nigel Farage on his LBC show as the host debated whether Europeans would support an immigration ban on citizens from majority-Muslim countries.

        Similar to Donald Trump’s controversial ban on people from majority-Muslim countries, Farage claimed Europe is in favour of a similar policy.
        ….
        During the show, Farage was insisted he would “never ever suggest” a total ban on seven majority-Muslim countries from entering Britain.
        ….
        “We know there are 2,000 mosques in Britain now, when the Queen came on the throne there was only one.”

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    • TheTorch says:

      To be fair I don’t think Nigel can tell you what he really thinks on this.

      There is no freedom of speech in the UK, not any more, there is no protection for that.

      It has reached the point where people are intentionally curbing their speech to not offend certain parties.

      Yes it is that serious, they have laws on the books that have seriously harmed the ability to speak freely without penalties.

      It is terrible what has happened to this once proud, free country.

      So you need to factor that in. Nigel is politically incorrect, but he knows the limits in the UK, and will do his best to navigate them, a very sad state of affairs, but until you get a government elected that removes these laws, and freedom of speech can reign, then I am afraid this is the situation.

      A government like the BREXIT party for example, would save Britain, and freedom could reign again.

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    • powderdayrules says:

      Spot on Rudy, the sharia lovers are a cancer to all free nations. They need to be peacefully or not peacefully moved out to have any hope of preserving personal liberty. Islam is antithetical to democracy, and Western Civilization in general. Denying 1400 years of history is suicidal.

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  11. Brant says:

    I’m sure Farage popularity went a long way to his success so quickly. But as I noted in an earlier post, the drying up of intel sharing US to UK maybe played a part too. Nigel was on an even playing field finally. The opposition had to actually work for votes instead of relying on 5 eyes help. They haven’t had to work for votes in decades. Hopefully these successes will continue and broaden. Wow, we were so close to the end and Trump pulled it out. Definitely devine intervention. “I’m giving you one last chance. Don’t mess it up.”

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  12. nimrodman says:

    Bemoaning fuslims in Britain at this late date brings to mind a vernacular saying that includes something about a horse and a barn door

    Or, to quote that famous Brit himself, International Man of Mystery Austin Powers:
    “I’m sorry, baby, but that train has sailed”

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  13. Elle says:

    I think she is crying because the spying docs are gong to be declassified. She is likely proud of her Brexit betrayal, not sad

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  14. ~Folks, The EU has always been an [Elitist-Globalist-Oligarchy] DOMINATED by Germany and PM Angela Merkel.~
    When Pres.Trump took office…CRACKS…in that Oligarchy started to appear from former Soviet Union Countries to Italy and France mainly due to the EU’s Muslim Immigrant Policies but also the EU’s RESTRICTIVE-TRADE-REGULATIONS as Well.
    *Memo to EU : Feudalism is Passé.*

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  15. M Droy says:

    The British media aren’t far left. Just the opposite, they are as establishment as you can get, (Establishment is broadly the equivalent British word for deep state).
    They absolutely hate Corbyn who is left (maybe far left from the starting position of this site).
    This nowadays is even true of the Guardian,

    But yes, they hate Brexit, they hate Farage, they are corrupt, bought, stenographers for the intelligence services, and would willingly lie about exit polling.

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    • strateshooter says:

      the British Media is no different from the US media…
      it is owned and funded by Soros , Murdoch , GOOG , Zuck , Dorsey etc. and follows their orders.
      IT IS ESSENTAIL TO A FREE SOCIETY THAT WE BRAKE THESE MONOPOLIES UP.
      The main media (BBC) is definitely left wing though. More and more people distrust it.

      I wrote to the BBC a month back asking why they were not covering the emerging SpyGate scandal and possible/probable UK involvement. Got no response.

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  16. Tim Holden says:

    Several interesting dynamics are in play, and the European election results will not be announced until late Sunday. The opinion polls indicate a 35% level for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, with the next party at twenty per cent, so a huge preference for the new outfit. There was the usual high level of “don’t knows”, so the polls are to be treated with normal scepticism, and also there was an unusually high turnout for this type of election – which normally gets a turnout level of about half of what is normal in a general election.
    The question is what is the composition of the higher turnout? My thinking is that anger probably brought more to the polling stations, and if that is the case, Nigel gets up to over 40% to confound the opinion polls yet again.
    Therefore we anticipate the result to be downplayed on Sunday by a BBC that has throughout been studiously anti-Nigel. The strength of the Brexit Party performance will profoundly affect the contest for the new Prime Minister. Should the poll result for the Brexit Party exceed expectations, the governing Conservative Party will commit suicide if it fails to promote a staunch Brexiteer to the top position, but the Establishment definitely wishes to avoid this outcome – and we will only know about the new PM at the end of July!
    Extremely interesting is that Theresa May apparently wants to meet with President Trump. Is this because she wants to explain herself and apologise for the spying, or is she going to back out on the night,? And is Nigel going to be there at the Queen’s dinner?
    It’s also important to note that Theresa May wanted to push a decision to use Huawei through without anyone knowing. Her intentions were leaked and the defence Minister was fired as a result, The May government has been strongly opposed to the government of President Trump, despite pretence to the contrary.
    Europe is where much of the Trump foreign policy is playing out. Expect fireworks on this trip. The Germans have stated that they will NOT raise their defence payments to the levels required for NATO. Turkey, which has the largest number of troops in NATO is buying Russian anti-aircraft equipment. The American President comes for the 75th anniversary of D-Day, so I anticipate he will be issuing a few reminders about who helped whom in 1944, and how such assistance will continue in the future.

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    • JohninMK says:

      The largest factor in winning WW2 in Europe, although not in Asia, was the might of the Red Army and that became clear in 1943. Cynics say that the main role the UK and allies played was to prevent the Russians reaching Paris.

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      • chiefworm says:

        John, ever think to look into the “lend- lease” program? That is just materials and supplies. My father (g-d rest his weary soul) was pre- scouts and raiders. He learned a bit of Russian after working with the Russians on fixing and upgrading the gyroscopes on their ships. IMHO, if the Reds had stopped at their border, the other allies would have still swept through. Hitler made a huge tactical blunder and atrocious waste of hardware and human life by driving his supply lines so thin. It’s not one country or the other that won the war. At least look at all the data and not just at who arrived at Berlin first. Oh, in case you haven’t researched it, the western allies halted their approach to Berlin to let the Reds take Berlin. That was our tactical blunder.

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        • Tim Holden says:

          By the time the Allies halted their advance they knew that Stalin did not intend to hand back any territory that the Russians had gained – and all they managed to negotiate afterwards was a presence in part of Berlin. If this was a military error it at least succeeded in avoiding conflict with the Soviets. The political mistake occurred afterwards by financing the recovery of the remaining part of Germany to the extent that it is the dominant economy in Europe today without being obliged to pay any reparations.

          Another error was to insist that Britain repay its war debt, with the consequence that its Empire had to be surrendered, and the irony that Britain’s repayments indirectly financed the German recovery. A further error was that the French were assisted in regaining their Empire in Indochina – a policy that led to the Vietnam War. Then there was the little matter of financing the Nationalists in China which turned out to be backing the wrong side.

          American decisions made between 1945 and 1948, in the immediate aftermath of the world conflict, and their use of atomic weapons, were extraordinarily poor. Democrats at work again, I’m afraid.

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    • powderdayrules says:

      Loved your post Tim, very thoughtful. My own feeling is screw the EU, no more of our blood and treasure for NATO, especially with Turkey as a member. We should remove our troops from Germany and put them on our southern border until the wall is built.

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      • pochas94 says:

        No. As the dominant power on this planet, we get to steer the ship. That takes exerting influence (pressure) everywhere we can. And praying to God we know what we’re doing.

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  17. Barnestormer says:

    A knowledgeable UK political expert please correct any misunderstanding, but absent a general election, the Parliamentary makeup will remain the same. Meaning, a minority Tory faction dependent upon the 10-member DUP to comprise the government, leaving the Irish border issue seemingly insoluble at the coalition level.

    But layered upon that, Parliament has already voted against a no-deal Brexit, and the EU has firmly rejected re-negotiation of May’s thrice-rejected exit agreement. So by what feasible means does a Brexit occur?

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    • TheTorch says:

      Yes there will still be a minority UK government headed by the new Conservative leader, whoever is chosen, after May has left.

      Parliament did indeed vote against leaving with a NO DEAL, which only happened, because May allowed that in the first place, long story, but this could of been avoided.

      However, it is not quite how it appears, and my understanding is the following:

      Unless the date is moved, Britain will leave the UK on Halloween 30th October 2019, with or without a deal.

      This is how it might happen. A new deal, or modifications to existing deal, to remove the key parts which do not have the support of leavers, i.e. customs union nonsense, and back stop requirement etc. assuming EU agrees, this could be presented to House of Commons for a new vote.

      Parliament could be advised that if they don’t support the new improved deal, then Britain will leave on the 30th October 2019 with NO DEAL, and WTO conditions for Trade, while trade agreements are negotiated with various countries.

      So they can leave with NO DEAL if they are forced into it, by the new Conservative leader, this is precisely why you need someone that would be prepared to tough it out. I think Boris is the most electable, so would be good if it was him, but I am not sure whether he is tough enough to be honest, he can be a bit too wishy washy at times, but then again sometimes you really don’t know how someone will be as a leader until they are in the job, some rise to the occasion others just wilt, like May.

      Alternatively Dominic Raab is very interesting, he is a Tory in the mold of Thatcher, believes in lower taxation, leaving the EU with NO DEAL on WTO conditions, and 100% supports BREXIT. Also, like Boris was a LEAVER, and on the right side of the referendum. I do not know enough about this guy, but I do know he will likely be standing, and if Boris falls or does not stand then this could be the guy to keep an eye on. He is 2nd Favorite with the Bookies at the moment for Conservative leader…

      Also just for a bit of fun, he has a black belt in Karate… LOL 🙂

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      • TheTorch says:

        Well it looks like Boris is going to take a hard line stance on BREXIT, clearly he sees the opportunity presenting itself and is going for jugular! VERY GOOD NEWS IF HOLDS 🙂

        and from a left wing rag the guardian:
        =
        Boris Johnson has thrown down the gauntlet to his Conservative leadership rivals by insisting the UK must leave the EU by the end of October with or without a deal, as he set out a hardline Brexit stance just hours after Theresa May announced her resignation.
        =

        This is the KEY – NO DEAL. Best case scenario in my opinion for the UK.
        UK leaves with no EU attachments, FULL HARD BREXIT. In addition no 40 billion euro payment to EU, because there is NO DEAL. EU loses every way, Trade and no exit payment. This is their worst nightmare and precisely why MAY took it off the table, because she was never committed to the process.

        That means the TOP TWO LEAVERS that may stand BORIS and DOMINIC will hold this position. If they keep to this, GAME CHANGER for BREXIT and GAME OVER for the EU.

        If I was a betting man, I would guess if one of these is the leader and they stick rigidly to this position, then the EU will re-negotiate the existing agreement or tweak the most problematic components, so the new Conservative leader can send to House of Commons, and says this is it, you either support this deal or we leave with no deal end of October 2019.

        If Farage wins big (and tomorrow we should know for sure), then that will ensure a NO DEAL BREXIT is on the table and stays on the table, it will keep the new Conservative leader honest and hard line, they will have no choice.

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        • TheTorch says:

          OH MY! Look who is advising Boris Johnson – none other than Lynton Crosby, yes the same guy that, just helped Scott Morrison in AUS win for the Conservatives…

          Johnson, a former foreign secretary and leading leave campaigner, will have James Wharton, a former MP, acting as his campaign manager. Jacob Rees-Mogg, the chair of the Eurosceptic European Research Group, is a key backer and there have been reports that the political strategist Lynton Crosby is providing informal advice.

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      • Barnestormer says:

        TheTorch, your conclusion requires that the legislative posture is such that the new PM can act unilaterally to effect an exit. Which implies that the prior Commons vote prohibitIng a no-deal Brexit either expires or was without the force of law at the outset. That’s where my understanding gets murky.

        A crash out could have occurred before the “meaningful votes” in Commons had May simply let the clock run out with no deal at the original deadline. But she proceeded to submit to amended motions, which eventually resulted in the no-deal-no-exit resolution.

        Another way to ask the question is, does the original legislative mandate stand, with only the exit date changed, and if so, how is the legal ineffectualness of the no-deal-no-exit resolution explained?

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        • TheTorch says:

          As I understand it. If there is no deal in place end of October 2019, and there is no extension to that exit date, then the UK leaves the EU with no deal, and there is not a damn thing Parliament can do about it. In effect they will be forced into accepting NO DEAL as there would be no alternative.

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  18. arete55 says:

    Theresa May emphatically stated that nothing can happen unless everybody was willing to compromise.

    Her lexicon apparently does not have an expression for….UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER

    The Crossfire Hurricane crowd are collectively having nightmares coming to terms with their frightful awareness that our POTUS is writing the book on it, and they are featured players.

    There will be justice…..Nigel Farage is insisting that GB experiences it too.

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  19. wtd says:

    Interesting history relating to the EU and why BREXIT means cultural survival for the UK….
    GatesofViennablog: French Communist, 1992: Politicians will tell you they can do nothing, because the EU orders come from Brussels The Treaty of Maastricht in 1992 was the biggest single step in the gradual formation of the European Union.
    The video below is from an interview with Francis Wurtz, a French communist who served in the European Parliament from 1979 to 2009. It was recorded in 1992, before the treaty was signed. He said, “If Maastricht passes, I tell you that there will be a social explosion when people realize what kind of trap they have been led into.” That and his other predictions were exactly right; he could see what was coming.

    2016 Farage speaks to the EU Parliament upon UK’s vote for BREXIT

    Sept. 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw2SvdfKzbw
    Nigel Farage takes on the Eurocrats about the meaning of democracy

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  20. mutantbeast says:

    whayt needs to happen after BREXIT wins is for similar movements to start in other EU countries, particulary France and Germany. Italy has wised up to the moosepig invasion and is stopping it, the former Warsaw pact countries like Poland and Czechoslovokia saw the moosepigs for what they were a decade ago. If the Yellowvests succeed in removing Macaroni from power in France, Im betting MerkHO will go down in Germany also, and begin to reverse the Islamist invasion of Europe. Farage also needs to start with removing the moosepigs already in Britian, start with the imams who are instigating there local moosepigs.

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  21. yy4u says:

    It isn’t about Brexit any more than it is about Donald Trump in the United States. What it is about is a single political party making the decisions for the country whether they are elected to do so or not. The Globalist Party in Britain wanted to “remain”, so when the voters thwarted them, they ignored the voters and remained anyway. The Globalist Party wanted Hillary Clinton in 2016, and when the voters thwarted them, they set out to impeach him if they could and keep him from governing if they couldn’t impeach him. It’s as simple as that.

    In the past the Globalists have been able to deceive the voters in both countries as to there being two political parties and the voters have a choice between Left and Right when in fact their choice was only on small domestic stuff. Open borders, Green taxation, UN Rule — in those the Globalists of Tories, Labour, Democrats and Republicans were and are all on the same page.

    Things are coming to a head.

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  22. rayvandune says:

    President Trump may be forced to apply “The Great 2 X 4 of Enlightenment”.

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  23. Is Nigel Farage, the William Wallace of Modern Times for the UK? It really seems so..

    As Paul j. Watson described in His video..
    The ‘Comparison’ is almost complete.
    All the EU needs now is a Standing Army/Military
    Oh wait!

    Haven’t We already heard “rumors” of one proposed?

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  24. Bendix says:

    On the local level in GB, the QWERTY crowd is having trouble introducing its gay/trans/lesbian/perv curriculum into the majority Muslim primary schools.
    Interesting that cultural sensitivity wouldn’t allow the authorities to interfere with Pakistani men recruiting prostitutes from underage girls in foster care or in housing projects, but when their culture doesn’t accept the pushing of a junk-science sexual agenda, it’s troubling.
    Gee, what to do?
    If it were Christians objecting, they’d know what to do.

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    • Rudy says:

      There are some strange bedfellows (err, no pun intended) in this mess, that’s for sure. I’d side with gays over islam any day, though.

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  25. nuthinmuffin says:

    maybe president trump should declare an american patriot party and let voters know all are welcome that support the united states, it’s economy and it’s culture. send guys like kanye and others out to do some promo. he already has the highest support among hispanics than any recent republican president

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  26. pochas94 says:

    I’d like to see someone analyze the difference between “information gathering” (research) and “spying.” Without the ability to accurately distinguish between the two, an accusation of “spying” would seem to carry little weight.

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  27. Gary Lacey says:

    Misread, I would say she was doing the bidding of her handlers. Good grief, why get a Brexit deal when the EU is falling apart.

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  28. #Statura_co says:

    https://wp.me/paZ7x4-rL Nigel Lawson Brexiteer or loyal to Mrs T. Either way he makes sense

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