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The Brexit Party thread. All brexit party discussion here please.

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19 minutes ago, apelike said:

Sigh, and yet you are happy to post it!

yup, ive looked through and it seems ok, obviously i dont know his background, the only two people who will know if its true are him and his "schoolfriend"

 

obviously youd be happier if i didnt post it

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21 minutes ago, apelike said:

Sigh, and yet you are happy to post it!

It is legitimate to post it because the Brexit Party only exists because Farage claimed that UKIP was getting too close to far right and neo-Nazi groups and could no longer be connected with them.

 

Anything which demonstrates that this may not be the whole story is fair comment.

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17 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

It is legitimate to post it because the Brexit Party only exists because Farage claimed that UKIP was getting too close to far right and neo-Nazi groups and could no longer be connected with them.

 

Anything which demonstrates that this may not be the whole story is fair comment.

plus the most compelling evidence it might be true is his own far right tendencies (islamophobia, eurosceptisism and blaming immigrants)

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2 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

It is legitimate to post it because the Brexit Party only exists because Farage claimed that UKIP was getting too close to far right and neo-Nazi groups and could no longer be connected with them.

 

Anything which demonstrates that this may not be the whole story is fair comment.

Ive yet to see anything which suggests Nige has said or done anything out of order. 

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6 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

Ive yet to see anything which suggests Nige has said or done anything out of order. 

You aren't looking hard enough. Try opening your other eye.

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11 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

It is legitimate to post it because the Brexit Party only exists because Farage claimed that UKIP was getting too close to far right and neo-Nazi groups and could no longer be connected with them.

 

Anything which demonstrates that this may not be the whole story is fair comment.

The Brexit "Party" is not a party - it has no members.

 

It only has "supporters", who contribute money and/or volunteer their efforts, but have no role in organising or running the party.

 

Farage has confirmed that it is run as a business enterprise, not as a political party.

 

Basically, the Brexit "Party" exists solely to advocate a no-deal Brexit in the interests of its wealty but anonymous backers (...though one strongly auspects that Crispin Odey is one such backer). Farage is merely its marketing device.

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2 hours ago, L00b said:

It only has "supporters", who contribute money and/or volunteer their efforts, but have no role in organising or running the party.

 

Farage has confirmed that it is run as a business enterprise, not as a political party.

The irony!

 

An organisation run on autocratic lines complaining about a lack of democracy in British politics.

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2 hours ago, L00b said:

The Brexit "Party" is not a party - it has no members.

 

It only has "supporters", who contribute money and/or volunteer their efforts, but have no role in organising or running the party.

 

Farage has confirmed that it is run as a business enterprise, not as a political party.

 

Basically, the Brexit "Party" exists solely to advocate a no-deal Brexit in the interests of its wealty but anonymous backers (...though one strongly auspects that Crispin Odey is one such backer). Farage is merely its marketing device.

Some support Eh!

 

Brexit Party SURGES past 100,000 registered supporters - ‘Fastest growing movement EVER’

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1127773/Brexit-News-Nigel-Farage-Brexit-Party-EU-exit-Theresa-May-Conservatives-European-election

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1 hour ago, retep said:

Brexit Party SURGES past 100,000 registered supporters - ‘Fastest growing movement EVER’

So what?

 

The Moonies have 2 million supporters and the Jehovah’s Witnesses claim to have over 8 million! 😅😂😅

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1 hour ago, L00b said:

Like all successful personality cults :D

Some just fade away,

 

"EU IS DYING: Macron’s shocking admission European dream is nearing its demise"

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/957868/EU-news-Emmanuel-Macron-Charlemagne-Prize-Germany-Angela-Merkel-Jean-Claude-Juncker

 

Or get polished off by greed and ambition.

Just now, Top Cats Hat said:

So what?

 

The Moonies have 2 million supporters and the Jehovah’s Witnesses claim to have over 8 million! 😅😂😅

EU Losers have  even more but still remain losers.

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