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    Farage the Disgrace

    Essentially subverting the democratically elected and sovereign UK parliament decision to extend art 50, by lobbying with foreign politicians to veto their decision.

    Anyone else spot the irony?

    I'm sure you are all up in arms by this traitorous act...

    This bloke has to be the most hypocritical and lying runt of any politician we have. And we have so many of those I've lost count.

    At least he will get his £75,000 per annum EU pension - and of course he's not going to give that up. What a shameless joke of a man. He wouldn't know decency if it smacked him in the face. Rails against the apparent 'EU gravy train' but happy to cash in when it suits him...Disgrace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    Essentially subverting the democratically elected and sovereign UK parliament decision to extend art 50, by lobbying with foreign politicians to veto their decision.

    Anyone else spot the irony?

    I'm sure you are all up in arms by this traitorous act...

    This bloke has to be the most hypocritical and lying runt of any politician we have. And we have so many of those I've lost count.

    At least he will get his £75,000 per annum EU pension - and of course he's not going to give that up. What a shameless joke of a man. He wouldn't know decency if it smacked him in the face. Rails against the apparent 'EU gravy train' but happy to cash in when it suits him...Disgrace.
    What are you playing at 123? Provoking a respective debate on this EDL board eh? 🤔
    I wouldn’t bother with the ‘intellectuals’ of this right wing board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regis80 View Post
    What are you playing at 123? Provoking a respective debate on this EDL board eh? ��
    I wouldn’t bother with the ‘intellectuals’ of this right wing board.

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    I know!

    I just can't stand the disgraceful man.

    He was up in arms when remainers were talking to European politicians. Now he's openly lobbying for them to veto a decision made by our parliament. I'd love a Farage lover on here to tell me how that isn't hypocritical...even traitorous.

    He must be the laziest MEP in the European Parliament, pocketing his fat salary from the EU whilst not bothering to properly represent the people that elected him and stand up for Britain's interests within the organisation.

    He turned up to 1 out of 42 fisheries meetings. His voting record is appalling. He only turns up to European Parliament when he wants to update his social media page for self promotion.

    History will not be kind to Mr Farage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    I know!

    I just can't stand the disgraceful man.

    He was up in arms when remainers were talking to European politicians. Now he's openly lobbying for them to veto a decision made by our parliament. I'd love a Farage lover on here to tell me how that isn't hypocritical...even traitorous.

    He must be the laziest MEP in the European Parliament, pocketing his fat salary from the EU whilst not bothering to properly represent the people that elected him and stand up for Britain's interests within the organisation.

    He turned up to 1 out of 42 fisheries meetings. His voting record is appalling. He only turns up to European Parliament when he wants to update his social media page for self promotion.

    History will not be kind to Mr Farage.
    yawn yawn F#cking yawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    I know!

    I just can't stand the disgraceful man.

    He was up in arms when remainers were talking to European politicians. Now he's openly lobbying for them to veto a decision made by our parliament. I'd love a Farage lover on here to tell me how that isn't hypocritical...even traitorous.

    He must be the laziest MEP in the European Parliament, pocketing his fat salary from the EU whilst not bothering to properly represent the people that elected him and stand up for Britain's interests within the organisation.

    He turned up to 1 out of 42 fisheries meetings. His voting record is appalling. He only turns up to European Parliament when he wants to update his social media page for self promotion.

    History will not be kind to Mr Farage.
    Ridiculous statement.

    In your words he is 'openly lobbying.' Would you prefer he does it on the QT?

    Hypocrite: someone who says they have particular moral beliefs but behaves in way that shows these are not sincere.
    You can accuse Farage of many things but not sincere! Come on you can do better than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9goals2hattricks3pen View Post
    Ridiculous statement.

    In your words he is 'openly lobbying.' Would you prefer he does it on the QT?

    Hypocrite: someone who says they have particular moral beliefs but behaves in way that shows these are not sincere.
    You can accuse Farage of many things but not sincere! Come on you can do better than that.
    A hypocrite preaches one thing and then does another.

    He preaches about democracy being subverted. Yet he is openly trying to overturn parliaments decision to extend article 50. The first rule of our unwritten constitution is that parliament is sovereign.

    Farage is a fake and a fraud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    A hypocrite preaches one thing and then does another.

    He preaches about democracy being subverted. Yet he is openly trying to overturn parliaments decision to extend article 50. The first rule of our unwritten constitution is that parliament is sovereign.

    Farage is a fake and a fraud.
    Can't believe anyone is so naive to believe they aren't all at it. From the Lib Dems to UKIP everyone last one of them would get in to bed with the Devil himself if it meant they would acheive their aim of leave or remain.

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    I vowed never to talk politics with you 123 again. However, if your talking of hypocracy, what about the electorate being told that this was a once in a lifetime vote and both sides of the divide promising to implement the result. Remainers, a large proportion of which are parliamentarians from both sides, have tried every trick in the book to avoid implementing it. Now, that's hypocracy or should I put it this way, LIES. I have respect for those who voted remain but accept that we're leaving and those who voted leave and still believe this. The rest are a disgrace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicesterbaggie View Post
    I vowed never to talk politics with you 123 again. However, if your talking of hypocracy, what about the electorate being told that this was a once in a lifetime vote and both sides of the divide promising to implement the result. Remainers, a large proportion of which are parliamentarians from both sides, have tried every trick in the book to avoid implementing it. Now, that's hypocracy or should I put it this way, LIES. I have respect for those who voted remain but accept that we're leaving and those who voted leave and still believe this. The rest are a disgrace!
    Without going over old ground, how can you implement something which doesn't have a mandate in parliament?

    How can MPs vote in favour of something if they don't know that is what the voters wanted?

    Did Leave voters want a No deal / Norway deal / May's deal / Canada++ deal....? And did all 17m people want the same Leave plan? Answer is in all likelihood no they didn't.

    Its a mess because the referendum question was flawed.

    The responsibility lies with Cameron for producing a referendum question worded like that, and to Leave supporting politicians like Farage who just lied and misled the country.

    Time to take it back to the people!

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    That's not the point. The option that was put to the nation was leave or stay. It's not our fault that the result was not what the political elite thought it would be or that it was not worded correctly. It is what it is. Get over it and implement what the country has said. You can put it any way you want but the electorate have been let down disgracefully by the majority of politicians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicesterbaggie View Post
    That's not the point. The option that was put to the nation was leave or stay. It's not our fault that the result was not what the political elite thought it would be or that it was not worded correctly. It is what it is. Get over it and implement what the country has said. You can put it any way you want but the electorate have been let down disgracefully by the majority of politicians.
    Really - I don't see what choice MPs have?

    What can they implement? There is no clear mandate.

    And most MPs don't want to make their constituents poorer (although there are some exceptions)..

    We're just going to stay in political deadlock until we have another vote.

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    I'm obviously not very bright! We had a vote, both parties agreed to implement the result. They haven't! Where's the conundrum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    Really - I don't see what choice MPs have?

    What can they implement? There is no clear mandate.

    And most MPs don't want to make their constituents poorer (although there are some exceptions)..

    We're just going to stay in political deadlock until we have another vote.
    there you go again you remainers another vote,I was asked stay or leave I voted leave.if the vote had gone stay I would have accepted the vote it’s what we in this country call democracy or have you forgot.if by a some disgraceful chance there was another vote ,and it went leave again would you and people like you accept the vote.no thought not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albion68 View Post
    there you go again you remainers another vote,I was asked stay or leave I voted leave.if the vote had gone stay I would have accepted the vote it’s what we in this country call democracy or have you forgot.if by a some disgraceful chance there was another vote ,and it went leave again would you and people like you accept the vote.no thought not.
    I'm glad you would have accepted it, but Farage wouldn't have. He said so before the referendum.

    Democracy is a process, it doesn't stand still.

    Even if we had another vote and voted to leave again I would still think its in the best interests of the country to stay in the EU and I would still vote for pro EU parties at a General Election.

    Do you really think after the farce that was the referendum that people should just accept this sh1tshow that we are being given?

    And you are directing your anger at the wrong group of people. You should really be directing it at Gove, Farage, Johnson and Rees-Mogg etc. for feeding you a croc of lies...

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    If there was a 2nd vote the 2 options on the ballot paper should be :

    Leave with no deal
    Leave with mays deal

    I can’t see why politicians should have a say the people voted out not the politicians

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    123, do you honestly believe that it was only Brexiteers that told 'porkies?' Now that really is bias!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    Essentially subverting the democratically elected and sovereign UK parliament decision to extend art 50, by lobbying with foreign politicians to veto their decision.

    Anyone else spot the irony?

    I'm sure you are all up in arms by this traitorous act...

    This bloke has to be the most hypocritical and lying runt of any politician we have. And we have so many of those I've lost count.

    At least he will get his £75,000 per annum EU pension - and of course he's not going to give that up. What a shameless joke of a man. He wouldn't know decency if it smacked him in the face. Rails against the apparent 'EU gravy train' but happy to cash in when it suits him...Disgrace.

    Your views but in the minority on the board! Many like Farage and he's got more about him than that w anker Corbyn!!

    17 million people voted out! Why don't you get over it as getting bored seeing all your posts trying to justify staying in the EU.

    Corbyn is the biggest racist, murder loving scumbag around. Blair was not much better with his stupid wife who made a fortune out of the legal process representing - yes you got it!
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    Corbyn is a disgrace. Corbyn interviewed at Cheshunt railway station

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    Mods remove if offensive, but Corbyn is offensive

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    49+ murdered in New Zealand today but hey......let’s have a rant about Farage.

    I suppose you’ll be finding a way of lumping him in with this scum.

    Go on.....you know you’re dying to.

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