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Polish plane almost kills off UKIP leader Nigel Farage in 2010.


Wroclaw Boy
27 May 2014 #1
The aircraft was a PZL-104 Wilga 35A, a Polish fixed-wing landplane, often used for crop spraying. It is "a perfectly serviceable, very robust, utilitarian aeroplane", said Kieran Daly, an independent aviation consultant. However it also emerged that the same aircraft was involved in another incident four years ago when it was towing a banner.

Quite remarkable: telegraph.co.uk/news/election-2010/7686463/Nigel-Farage-of-Ukip-plane-crash-in-pictures.html
Tlum 10 | 150
31 May 2014 #2
If that happened, that would've changed the history in more ways than we can today imagine. Considering the tragedy of President Kaczynski's it's advised that Mr. Nigel Farage avoids planes whenever possible :).
jon357 63 | 14,255
31 May 2014 #3
Quite remarkable

More banal than remarkable and nobody, even that idiot Farage himself, suggests anything suspicious. Just as there's no credible suggestion that Kaczynski's demise was anything other than an accident.
Lolek2
31 May 2014 #4
Yes, blame poles for everything.
OP Wroclaw Boy
31 May 2014 #5
More banal than remarkable

Did you see the plane wreck of twisted metal with two human beings inside? I'd say its a near miracle that neither were killed or at least seriously wounded, remarkable was an understatement.

Yes, blame poles for everything.

Who's blaming the Poles? are you familiar with Farage and his policies? Its quite possible that a plane and a Polish one at that killing Farage back in 2010 would have been a huge favor for the planet.
jon357 63 | 14,255
1 Jun 2014 #6
I'd say its a near miracle that neither were killed or at least seriously wounded

Both certainly survived although the pilot was never the same again.. I don't think any sort of guardian angel is watching over Farage, though if he has one, it might be an explanation why an individual with at best average intelligence, no policies except the lowest common denominator and a host of party members who trot out the most appalling rubbish has managed to make a very good income from a protest vote.
Roger5 1 | 1,458
1 Jun 2014 #7
Jon
"the pilot was never the same again"
Topped himself last December.
jon357 63 | 14,255
1 Jun 2014 #8
Topped himself last December.

A sad story. Apparently he was traumatised and very depressed afterwards (no surprise) and blamed Farage for this.
OP Wroclaw Boy
1 Jun 2014 #9
Apparently he was traumatised and very depressed

Was that because he lost his job through bad press or something?
jon357 63 | 14,255
2 Jun 2014 #10
Probably more to do with the:

plane wreck of twisted metal

Ziemowit 12 | 3,613
2 Jun 2014 #11
I still don't understand: would it have been good if Nigel Farange had been killed by a Polish plane or should all the UK rejoice that he was saved?
Ziemowit 12 | 3,613
2 Jun 2014 #13
Are the British so indefferent to Nigel Farage (or they are simply indifferent to Polish planes)?
Roger5 1 | 1,458
2 Jun 2014 #14
The accident had nothing to do with where the plane was designed or made. The banner got caught in the tailplane. It could have happened on any similar aircraft. Are you trying to whip up hostility between British and Polish people?
OP Wroclaw Boy
3 Jun 2014 #15
Probably more to do with the:

Thats not what your own words pertain to.

and blamed Farage for this.

So he blamed Farage for hiring him as a pilot?
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 Jun 2014 #16
The accident had nothing to do with where the plane was designed or made. The banner got caught in the tailplane. It could have happened on any similar aircraft

Exactly. Though there are always people who will look for something that isn't there.

Are the British so indefferent to Nigel Farage (or they are simply indifferent to Polish planes)?

Most people dislike the first and have no opinion on the second.
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Never mind his trailing banner getting caught, looks like the voters have done the job instead.
Roger5 1 | 1,458
8 May 2015 #17
Count still not in but looks bad for NF. I've put my adult pampers on in anticipation of the result.
Farage
8 May 2015 #18
Well Roger it may take time to reach you in Poland but let me tell you the result. The Conservatives have won with an out right majority and the promise of a EU referendum in 2017. Nigel Farage lost his seat but UKIP gained more votes than the SNP in Scotland. The Liberals have lost and Nick Clegg resigned , next is Milliband to resign after Labour got thrashed thankfully !! he won't have a chance to incorporate his Eastern European values on the British people.
jon357 63 | 14,255
8 May 2015 #19
Nigel Farage lost his seat

He didn't have one. They (and their anti-immigrant polemics) have been consigned to the dustbin of history just like their predecessors the BNP. It seems the British (if we forget this year's flash-in-the-pan Balkan-style separatism north of Berwick) the British prefer immigration to nationalism.
Farage
8 May 2015 #20
Sorry, the British prefer immigration to nationalism ? Err the Britsh does include Scottish ? who won 56 seats under the Scottish NATIONALIST Party !. Consigned to history , you call 4 million votes Consigned to history !...lol
jon357 63 | 14,255
8 May 2015 #21
Err the Britsh does include Scottish ? who won 56 seats under the Scottish NATIONALIST Party

Do read the post. Btw, the SNP aren't anti-immigration at all. In fact if they ever achieved their aims, they acknowledge that increased immigration would be needed.

And yes, tossed into the dustbin of history like the BNP, the NF and all those other fringe parties.
Farage
8 May 2015 #22
"British prefer immigration to nationalism"

You're just Anglophobic since you don't live in the UK anymore. UKIP came second in just over 118 seats. We prefer Tory British politics to Milliband and his Polish values of Marxist socialism which he gained from his coward family who deserted Poland to save themselves.
JollyRomek 7 | 481
8 May 2015 #23
"British prefer immigration to nationalism"

You are mixing things up. Voting pro-SNP does not mean voting against immigration. You need to do your research better.

The SNP has nothing to do with the BNP which essentially have two different goals. Just because it says "Nationalist" in their names, doesn't mean they have similar goals. If anything, the SNP is very well aware that in order for Scotland to flourish, they need immigration. Something the BNP would never admit for Britain as a whole.
jon357 63 | 14,255
8 May 2015 #24
UKIP came second in just over 118 seats.

And won 2. Let's hope Farage sticks to his promise and resigns

We prefer Tory British politics to Milliband and his Polish values of Marxist socialism

Plenty across the UK don't.


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