18 search results for "nigel farage"

“The viral story fed online trolls, who used the article to defame Farage as a liar and a Russian puppet.”

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Whatever support Nigel Farage had for Britain’s total lockdown, now appears to be wavering. Although the Brexit mastermind was an early supporter of the anti-coronavirus, “stay home, save lives” policy, Farage is now asking the same questions, we here at Caldron Pool have been asking, in regards to government overreach and the absence of any assurance that civil liberties are being safeguarded. In his latest vlog, the chief architect of Brexit commented on the increasing ‘ridiculous, lacking in common sense interpretations of social distancing’ being applied in a heavy-handed repression of civil liberties by Western governments, saying that this repression…

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Avi Yemini has had a heated exchange with Nigel Farage during his recent Australian speaking tour. The two were discussing the integration of Islam in Western countries before Mr Farage abruptly ended the interview. “I think you’re saying that everybody that’s Islamic is hardline on the religion, the vast majority are not,” Mr Farage insisted. “The vast majority of people of Islamic faith, living in Britain, are pretty well integrated into our society. I had lots of them vote for me.” Also see: Ben Shapiro: The Myth of the Tiny Radical Muslim Minority “I would argue they’re Muslim by identity……

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Nigel Farage, also known as Mr Brexit, is about to add a little more “spice” to Australian politics. The former UKIP leader will be visiting Australia and New Zealand in September for his speaking tour titled, An Entertaining Evening with Nigel Farage.’ For tour dates and to purchase tickets visit NigelLive.com.au Who is Nigel Farage? Nigel Farage is co-founder and long-serving leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP). He was the face of the successful campaign to take the UK out of the European Union in the 2016 Brexit referendum, positioning the referendum as the start of a global populist…

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“By making him a public enemy, they’ve made themselves an enemy of the public.”

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“If they de-bank me, they can do it to you too.”

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The opinion I held prior to the British election remains the same. I like Boris Johnson. I don’t trust Jeremy Corbyn or Corbynistas, and despite my scepticism of some Brexiteers, and their claim to be freedom-loving, I favoured Nigel Farage. Goethe once stated, ‘unqualified activity, of whatever kind, leads at last to bankruptcy.’ [i] Likewise, wrote J.R Miller, ‘in all of life it is the quiet forces that affect most. It’s false to consider noise to be evidence of strength, or to think that we are doing the most when we make the most bluster or show.’ [ii] Both were…

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“So an avowed communist group is going to try and disrupt a conference attended by a former Prime Minister, sitting MPs, former MPs, a former MEP in the person of Nigel Farage, as well as presenters and writers from some of the biggest media outlets in Australia because apparently, the members of that latter group are ‘too extreme.'”

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“I don’t want to live in a society where you’re one wrong word from going bankrupt.”

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“The hate campaign to cripple CIT is one more sad example in a growing list of examples where lives and livelihoods are being used to force compliance with far-left-wing ideology.”

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“Harry and Meghan won’t accept Clarkson’s apology, they want him totally and utterly destroyed. As they do to anybody with a different view on the World to their own woke West Coast outlook on things.”

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A reported seven police vehicles and large amounts of police on foot kept the little lefties from what would probably have been a rather embarrassingly feeble attempted re-enactment of the storming of the winter palace.

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In the end, what Baroness Jones is ultimately creating is a city stripped of law-abiding men. You know, the one’s the bad guys try to avoid.

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The BBC is considering dropping two traditional British anthems from its annual celebration of classical music because white history is racist.

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New Zealand’s Prime Minister will meet with Australia’s COVID Cabinet in a bid to discuss, and secure a plan, allowing restricted travel to and from New Zealand into Australia, and vice versa. They’re calling the plan a “trans-Tasman bubble”. The idea is designed to help reestablish contact with other nations, and give New Zealand’s COVID-19 counter-measure shattered, tourism-dependent economy a reboot. Nine News reports that the heavily policed measure should be operational in time for New Zealand’s September ski season. According to the report, “almost 40 per cent of international arrivals to New Zealand are from Australia, heavily contributing to…

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A teacher speaking at the UK’s 2018 Labour Party Conference has claimed children “brought up properly” would not embrace center-right political views. Sion Rickard claimed that children are not born “bad” or “evil”, so a “proper education” would reduce the number of Tories. “I’ve never met a bad four year old,” Rickard said. “I’ve never met a four year old that was evil, so every child has a chance, and if we give them a proper education, we’ll empty our prisons… we’ll have much less problems with the NHS, social issues, we’ll probably not have any Tories, because we’ll have…

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A guest on Good Morning Britain has claimed the English flag and St George’s Cross are the most racist symbols in Britain. “This flag has been used by the Right, also by people like Nigel Farage, to push an image of Englishness which is exclusive,” the guest explained. You have to understand what Englishness is, and we have to have a proper conversation. There are some good parts [to England], but there are also some pretty bad parts. Look at Colonialism, look at slavery, look at these things. You can’t just say it’s all great. There’s a reason why the far-right…

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Conservative journalist, Lauren Southern, has been denied entry into the UK for criticising Islam during a previous visit. Border police in Calais detained Southern as she attempted to enter on a bus. The official notice of refusal claims Southern was “involved in the distribution of racist material in London.” Authorities deemed Southern “a threat to the fundamental interests of society and to the public policy of the United Kingdom.” Southern was stopped and investigated under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000, which allows authorities broad and intrusive powers to stop, search and hold individuals “without any ground of suspecting…

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