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In Video #1 Farage says that the EU leaders are in denial.

In Video #2, Juncker admits that they would rather remain in that state.
 

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Like jilting a girlfriend just before the prom ... gotta expect the tantrum and name calling.
 

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Correct Professur. They are more like children, than adult leaders.

They are like kids in a candy shop and one of them just told the owner that the others have been stuffing candy into their pockets.
 

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‘You are not laughing now, are you?’ Nigel Farage at European Parliament (FULL SPEECH)
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Published on Jun 28, 2016
UKIP MEP Nigel Farage slammed the European Parliament in the first session since 'Brexit' in Brussels, Tuesday.
That fecking guy is awesome. I have seen several of his speeches and he just dumbfounds the elites with common sense.

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Nigel is right. BMW exports way more cars to the UK which runs a trade deficit. The UK can keep most of the trade deals in place, but separate politically and take control of their borders. I would not sacrifice border security for a trade deal. You would not have a country and it's a step toward national suicide anyway.


Remember, Nigel is not a Tory or in Labour. He is an independent.
 

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I would like to see more Toyotas and less BMWs in England. F the EU.
 

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I would like to see more readheads when I visit cardiff.
 

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The world queues up to win trade deals with Britain after Brexit: America is clamouring for a deal while talks are set to begin with Australia, South Korea and India
  • Countries keen to enter trade talks with UK following Brexit, it is claimed
  • Talks could soon begin with countries like Australia, South Korea and India
  • New Zealand offered up its top negotiators to help in difficult task ahead
  • In the wake of Brexit, nations outside Europe are eyeing opportunities to increase trade with Britain for the first time in decades


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3672815/World-queues-win-trade-deals-Britain-Brexit.html#ixzz4DR9p4e2b
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''It is Claimed''

I'm living in the UK and have not seen that story repeated anywhere else. The only story I did see was how the Chinese sarcastically pointed out that the UK is short of some 500 linguists and negotiators to even start trade deals with other countries.

Still what can you expect from the Daily Blackshirt :)
 

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... The only story I did see was how the Chinese sarcastically pointed out that the UK is short of some 500 linguists and negotiators to even start trade deals with other countries.

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So Brexit already created a minimum of 500 new job opportunities for Brits.

Well done Nigel!
 

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The truth usually has a very positive impact on the economy and on the markets, more layers of gov't don't. I'm hoping Italy gets it.