"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Thursday, 8 October 2009

Farage - 1: EP - 0

Farage makes some excellent points following Ireland's ratification of the Lisbon Treaty but is heckled and sneered at by other MEPs:

Courtesy of Fausty's Blog


  1. Did you know we've got the live chat back on, Dave will be on just after so we'll probably carry on 'till he finishes.

  2. "The only jobs that have been preserved by this agreement were the jobs of the political class"

    Great sound-bite.

  3. Farage mentioned 1940. To many people that might seem like a wild exaggeration. But it is actually not so far from the truth. As much as 80% of the population of Britain are sceptical of the EU and we are virtually alone in that degree of doubt.

  4. On another subject. I am informed by the Editor on my posting that you may have some knowledge of a 3 legged cat which was involved in a fracas with a Gay, two Lesbians and a Curry. Can you shine a light on the situation?

  5. Thanks Bob, I didn't know and will try and get along - tricky at the moment with visiting rels.

    ACO - I still have my doubts abt Farage (& who knows who the next Leader of UKIP will be?) but there's no denying he's good at rhetoric and, like Hannan, can always make the MEPs squirm.

    I think there's just an innate 'island mentality' about the British Edgar, which isn't surprising, and a self-belief, justified or not, that we can go it alone - a 'we've done it before & can do it again if necessary attitude'.

    DL - My cat probably knows more than I do - 3 legs and missing for two months - but it would have been a long walk for him :) He's under house arrest at the moment since rfid tagging didn't work.

  6. GV it's your reply, as you did to Edgar, that they hope to remove soon from us, by flooding us with those of a Eurasian bent. Not to put too fine a point on it. Dilution. The pity is they've been at it for 50 years now. GRRRRRRRRR!!

  7. Good point Incoming - I hadn't taken that into account.

  8. Mr Farage is a brave man an a fine speaker who tells it like it is. Take care in the lonely woods mate.
    Incidentally, why was that chamber so empty, are the Eurocunts even lazier than our own MPS ?


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