Nigel is great to listen too. I def recommend watching any videos of him that surface. Love his interviews and when he gives speaches.
Valley Forge, PA...he was awesome! Great speaker and we got to meet him afterwards, very generous with his time for photo ops
I think there is one coming up in Britain on the 28th.
A good UKIP female candidate is running. She seems pretty sharp and determined and appealing. Perhaps she may surprise.
What's her name?
Any recordings? Links?
My name is pronounced like "see real". I code stuff for a living and for pleasure. I care quite a bit about language.
I think America should consider doing the same, and... ASAP!
She seems she is ready to go.
Thanks for the link.
They are growing as a party, a good female candidate can only help that.
"In the end, more than they wanted freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all -- security, comfort, and freedom. When ... the freedom they wished for was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free."
You are too kind
trading Euros telling a trader it wouldn't last 10 years. OK, I was off a bit because I didn't realize at the time how determined they would be to keep the darn thing going, but I always new the Euro and Euro zone could never last. Although America is becoming more like Europe everyday, Europe will never be America.
If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
I have no proof but it's my guess that that crash was not an accident. I think someone tried to take him out. Thankfully he survived though.
for late night post
Stand up For your Civil Rights
It was interesting watching this video back to back with this one starring Elizabeth Warren...
A few comment posters at the Warren post didn't like Elizabeth being "promoted" on the DailyPaul. -Whatever [sigh]. I enjoyed it though. Nigel's solutions are far more up my alley, but there remains an entirely non-partisan aspect. Both the Farage and Warren videos show good people expressing passionate disapproval toward similar situations regarding the status quo. Both evoke my respect as such, just as do Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich.
There is nothing to remember when you tell the truth.
Thanks for this info.
Absolutely. Thank God for Daniel, too.
Daniel and Nigel alone save the honor and intelligence of the Old Continent. There really aren't many more like them other there, in the E.U.
I'm quite the Hannan fan, but for the uninitiated my above link to his one minute blurbs from the European Parliment might provide too tedious a task of weeding to find the gems[there are many]. So here are two of my chosen favorites from outside his EU milieu.
a month ago...
speaking to students at Oxford...
a year ago...
speaking to peers in Australia...
The latter is one of my all time favorites. Stick with it. He shifts gears about half way through and then absolutely nails it!
Daniel's greatest handicap is that he stuck to the Conservative Party, which is largely false in its 'eurosceptism'. Many genuine bankbenchers, of course, but the leadership is totally sold out and acts Eurosceptic only to avoid outright rebellion and further voter loss.
Dan's other Eurosceptic colleague MEP, Roger Helmer, left the Tories last year to join Farage's UKIP. Dan should do the same. With UKIP he'd be a protagonist, not a Eurosceptic who's sidelined by his own party, brought out only when necessary.
"That the law is not subject to the government, but rather the government is subject to the law" A concept we are all familiar with, however, I have never heard it stated so eloquently. It's on the second link at 8:42, the speech in Australia. Thanks John Robb.
Just a thought.
I would PAY for that.
And that's the simple truth.
Thanks for the bump
[Nigel Farage] x [fonzdrew update] = BUMP.
Just as 2 x 2 = 4.