Neither Boris nor Corbyn Won the TV Debate. Nigel Farage Did.

BOLSOVER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 05: Brexit party leader Nigel Farage attends an election campaign event at Bolsover Boxing Club on November 5, 2019 in Bolsover, England. The UK’s main parties are gearing up for a December 12 general election after the motion was carried in a bid to break the …
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Hands-down winner of last night’s general election TV debates was Nigel Farage: the only authentic politician, the only man willing or able to tell it like it is.

He even gave a straight answer to an elephant trap of a question about what he did personally to save the environment:

“I drive all over the country. I catch a lot of aeroplane flights every year. I am not a leading example.”

That was while being cross-examined on ITV after the main debate in which only Boris and Corbyn took part. His performance on a BBC Question Time special with Fiona Bruce, though, was even better because it was punchier.It was just Farage, on his own, in front of a studio audience which — typical BBC — sounded as if it had been bussed in from a Labour Momentum meeting.

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Watch Tory Eurosceptic Dan Hannan: Despite the Criticism, Boris’s Deal is Real Brexit

Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement is not a shaming surrender to the European Union; it will deliver meaningful Brexit. So says Conservative MEP Dan Hannan, who believes criticisms of Boris’s deal by hardline Brexiteers are misplaced.

Speaking exclusively to Breitbart London from his Brussels office at the European Parliament, he said:

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Reluctant Hero Farage Puts Country and Brexit Before Ego and Party

HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 11: Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage delivers his speech during the Brexit Party general election campaign tour at the Best Western Grand Hotel on November 11, 2019in Hartlepool, England. Nigel Farage has announced that his party will not stand in 317 seats won by the Conservative …
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Rarely have I seen Nigel Farage look so drained, grey and subdued as he did when announcing today in Hartlepool that he was standing down a chunk of his army.
His Brexit Party will not be contesting any of the 317 seats the Conservatives won in the general election.

Yes, in strategic terms this informal Leave Alliance is probably for the best.

Having fought for Brexit for three decades, Farage understandably doesn’t want to blow it now by splitting the Leave vote and placing Britain’s future in the hands of an unholy alliance of greens, Marxists, dripping wet liberals and Remoaner hold outs.

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Conservatives Should Stop Smearing Farage as the Enemy of Brexit

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Nigel Farage is putting ego before country and destroying Brexit.

This is the narrative being assiduously promoted by the Conservative party — including by Farage’s most natural sympathisers on the right. (It is, as Melanie Philips says, a blue-on-blue onslaught.)

But let’s not forget it is a narrative. Britain is now in the midst of a short but definitely not sweet general election campaign in which every party, every candidate, will happily sell their grandmothers into slavery if it grabs them a few extra votes.

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Nigel and Donald Drop a Brexit Bombshell

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British politics just got exciting again.

There was a boring interlude yesterday — lasting all of about ten minutes — when it seemed that after five or so years of Brexit high drama, the British political scene had once more become reassuringly dull.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson — finally — had got his general election; many of parliament’s wreckers and loonies — led by Speaker John Bercow — had disappeared into the sunset; now all that remained was for the Conservatives to win with a whopping majority, kick Jeremy Corbyn and his rabid Marxists into the dustbin of history, deliver Brexit and leave all of us to live happily ever after.

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Turkeys In Lame-Duck Parliament Vote For Christmas; General Election Finally On

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 29: Supporters and critics of Brexit are seen through the trails of car lights as they protest opposite the Houses of Parliament on October 29, 2019 in London, England. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has put forward a motion for a short bill proposing an early general …
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So turkeys do vote for Christmas. Finally, Britain is going to the polls and running the general election which the Remainer Establishment had sought so hard to prevent happening.

As Sherelle Jacobs explains here in the Telegraph, MPs voted for the basest of reasons:

It has been quite something to see slick Remainers cook their own goose through a mixture of incompetence and greed. The Liberal Democrats – the Stop Brexit party – has just voted for an election that makes Brexit overwhelmingly more likely, so they can make a cynical land grab for Labour seats.

Meanwhile, Labour has voted for its own funeral partly in a desperate attempt to save face, and partly because Jeremy Corbyn knows his days are numbered as leader – he would prefer to end his career embracing the warm socialist bosom of glorious defeat, rather than becoming the victim of a Left-wing purge.

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Stop Worrying. Brexit Will Happen and Boris Will Win Big.

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So Britain won’t, after all, be getting Brexit by Hallowe’en, do or die.

This ought, in theory, to be a fatal blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson: did he not stake his credibility on delivering Brexit by October 31?

But politics, as we should all have realised by now, isn’t about reality. It’s about perception. The perception of the voting public — so the opinion polls tell us — is that Boris is not to blame for the recent run of Brexit delays. On the contrary, the more meddling and procrastination and cheating there has been by the Remainer Establishment, the more Boris’s stock has soared.

Here is how James Forsyth and Katy Balls put it in the Spectator:

Yet far from being politically dead, Boris Johnson finds himself in a stronger position than he was on the day he became Prime Minister. The Brexit deal he has struck with the EU has changed everything. It not only garnered the support of a majority of MPs at its second reading, but more importantly it is a deal that Leavers broadly welcome. Every Tory Brexiteer in the Commons voted for it, every cabinet minister is fully signed up to it; and initial polling suggests that the general public back it too — more say that they support the deal than oppose it. Suddenly the Tories are occupying the common ground of British politics.

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All the Worst People in History Would Have Voted Remain

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Pro-EU protesters outside the Houses of Parliament on October 23, 2019 in London, England. MPs voted against the government rushing through their UK withdrawal bill last night, Tuesday. (Photo by Peter Summers/Getty Images)
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‘Scientists’ have ‘proved’ that Brexit voters are genetically inferior to Remain voters.

In other Remainer #FakeNews, a ‘leading professor’ has claimed that Shakespeare would have been a Remainer.

How so? Well apparently — according to this character, René Weis, a Professor of English at UCL — it’s because Shakespeare was ‘open-minded.’ Just like Remainers are. lol.

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Britain Stands on the Brink of Brexit Victory

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Finally, Britain stands on the brink of Brexit victory.

No, I don’t mean Boris Johnson’s new deal, which may or may not prevail.

I mean that the British people’s fury with the shenanigans of the liberal elite has reached such a pitch that nothing — neither the police nor our rule-makers nor our bent, parti-pris judiciary — is capable of stopping us prevailing in the end.

For evidence, look no further than the glorious scenes at Canning Town Station in East London this week, when a sickly-looking pair of Extinction Rebellion milquetoasts were yanked from on top of a Tube train carriage by angry commuters and told exactly where they could shove their green revolution.

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Don’t Blame Boris for the Remainer Establishment Coup

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 14: Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn attend the State Opening of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster on October 14, 2019 in London, England. The Queen's speech is expected to announce plans to end the free movement of EU citizens to the …
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Apparently there’s been a breakthrough in the Brexit talks…

I’d say that till any deal is done and dusted there’s almost no point in discussing the latest Brexit shenanigans, let alone in attempting to make any predictions of what will happen next.

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