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Nigel Farage voice of reason for Poland and EU?


derek trotter 10 | 203
1 Dec 2009 #1
What you think guys about him? He sounds like a normal person who use logic and reason.
youtu.be/0vBqyG6qYXE
Seanus 15 | 19,706
1 Dec 2009 #2
I've heard him speak a couple of times and I like what he has to say. He is aware of the problems of mass immigration and takes a stand. I don't know his policies to the fullest extent but I got a rough overview from his interviews. He seems more sincere than the mainstream guys. I don't trust politicians but he seems to be coherent and more cognisant of reality than others.
szkotja2007 27 | 1,500
1 Dec 2009 #3
He is a good speaker and seems to enjoy being part of the theatre he is criticising.
He makes good clear points but starts to lose focus a bit when he goes on about CND - could have gone on about nepotism a bit more.

The real loser in this clip is the chair, Jerzy Buzek - he is so weak.

UKIP are irrelevant in Scotland - they didnt even field a candidate at the last bye election in Glasgow.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #4
This is one highly educated man. He should be the man that Poland appoints to keep them away from any future slides. Otherwise, grinning cheetahs and back patters will rule the roost and trigger a demise.

I will be following his future statements and I encourage others to take heed of his various messages.
enkidu 7 | 623
25 Jul 2010 #5
I support the UKIP every time I got a chance.
Of course - as a UK resident without the British citizenship, I can only vote in local elections.
But if this guy would be a candidate for the Polish PM or President - he would certainly get my vote.
bbanjo69
25 Jul 2010 #6
neh. i'm skeptical. historically speaking what's good for britain not for poland. things haven't
change that much yet, have they?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #7
He's a man on a mission! He appears on this major segment.

Gordon Brown was booted out, quite right! A World Constitution, LOL. That man needs a hefty boot in the nuts. A moron, just like Blair.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
25 Jul 2010 #8
Who's that guy?

Short sentences please....;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #9
You have the net, BB. Check Google Video where they have 20-min+ videos on him
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
25 Jul 2010 #10
Give me your summary please :)
I avoid videos when I can...my english is not that good.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #11
1) He is firmly against the anti-democratic practices within the EU

2) He loathes Ashton and Van Rompuy for securing positions based on no merit

3) He provides insight into how we went wrong in the credit crisis

4) He values national sovereignty and not merely blind obedience to a supranational entity that has overstepped the palliative that is subsidiarity.

5) He advocates openness, transparency and accountability in democracy.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
25 Jul 2010 #12
1) He is firmly against the anti-democratic practices within the EU

YAY

2) He loathes Ashton and Van Rompuy for securing positions based on no merit

YAY

3) He provides insight into how we went wrong in the credit crisis

Really! *awes*

4) He values national sovereignty and not merely blind obedience to a supranational entity that has overstepped the palliative that is subsidiarity.

If he has found blind obedience he should tell more about it, I can't find any...

5) He advocates openness, transparency and accountability in democracy.

YAY!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #13
I encourage you to watch for yourself. He also has sensible views on immigration into the UK. He sees how the globalists have opened the floodgates so that people become increasingly mixed and thus need umbrella control systems. He advocates caps.
bbanjo69
25 Jul 2010 #14
still skeptical.
ps : i never trust anybody over 30. :)
zetigrek
25 Jul 2010 #15
he's a british Janusz Palikot ;)
zetigrek
25 Jul 2010 #17
agree, but he is a showman either.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #18
He is a showman too? He's a serious politician where Palikot is a PR man for PO. They say he acts with temerity, I say he acts with courage (Farage)
zetigrek
25 Jul 2010 #19
He is a showman too? He's a serious politician

I have no idea who he is, I'm not intested in politics at all, I only have watched those videos and it seems he likes to make a show (its not a negative thing). And yes he seems to be very intelligent.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #20
Well, when in a circus......(be a clown) ;) ;)
A J 4 | 1,088
25 Jul 2010 #21
(be a clown)

Violator.

Oh no! A clown!

:O
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Jul 2010 #22
Oh, come on ;) ;) He is not a character from Stephen King's IT either (Pennyroyal?)

I want to read his book, Fighting Bull. I've always like the intelligent voice of dissent, a hallmark of democracy.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
25 Jul 2010 #23
He is not a character from Stephen King's IT either (Pennyroyal?)

What a book...I really don't like clowns! :(
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Jul 2010 #24
Merkel wouldn't be happy that you said that ;) ;)

Nigel is the man! He has the bottle to speak out strongly against perceived oppression and 'convenient' political appointments. The EU is one big steering committee.
isthatu2 4 | 2,708
27 Jul 2010 #25
Plus as a Political leader he's already proved one thing that will ring as important with Poles....he survives air crashes.
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
2 Aug 2010 #26
Farage the guy who went after Belgian EU bigwig, right?...He had point, but I heard interview with him on Alex Jones show, and he sound like blowhard, bad as Jones...But I would need to check out his writings and positions more, see if he for real.
Crow 137 | 7,709
2 Aug 2010 #27
voice of reason for Poland

time to go
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 Aug 2010 #28
Crow, do you know of Nigel Farage? He is an ambitious politician who is not afraid to speak his mind. He is against the EU accruing powers to itself and fights tool and nail for democracy.
Crow 137 | 7,709
2 Aug 2010 #29
Poland as cradle of democracy deserve much more then it is EU
Seanus 15 | 19,706
2 Aug 2010 #30
Farage would raise the case for the redeployment of democratic tools. There needs to be a return to EU citizens having more say in how they are governed.


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