‘It’s time for some structured anarchy’

Nigel Farage joins Brendan O’Neill to discuss the betrayal of Brexit and what we should do about it.

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Nigel Farage, former head of UKIP, joins spiked’s editor for the latest episode of The Brendan O’Neill Show. They discuss the disconnect between politicians and the public, the betrayal of democracy, and why he set up a Brexit Party.

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ZENOBIA PALMYRA

7th August 2019 at 11:10 pm

Nigel Farage is in it for himself. He and his pal Aaron, and their US buddies, stand to make an absolute killing from the collapse of the UK economy by taking short positions on the pound and buying assets at rock bottom prices once Brexit begins to do its work. Why do you think Rees-Mogg moved his operations to Dublin? The ‘people’ are too thick and docile to see how they are being played by these disaster capitalist spivs. Frankly, if the good citizens of Sunderland are too imbecilic to see that a Dulwich-educated stockbroker cannot be a ‘man of the people’ then they deserve all the hell that is coming to them.

Steve Varcoe

30th July 2019 at 4:04 pm

85% of people voted in a GE for parties that were going to take us out. That includes me but my MP didn’t support her party’s manifesto and represents a remain constituency.
So actually 85% -1 and I’m fairly sure I wasn’t alone.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

7th August 2019 at 11:11 pm

If you put a red rosette on a chimpanzee the idiots in the north and elsewhere will vote for it. The fact that people voted for these parties means nothing in and of itself. Frankly, ‘the people’ (whatever that means) need to be guided by the firm hand of reason rather than their own mobbish, brutish tendencies and in-built ignorance of matters economic and political.

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