Farage Reacts to Rishi.

Started by Raven, October 27, 2022, 03:01:44 PM

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Raven

Well, I have to say it all sounds about right.....As far as I can see. I'm not well up on Politics as I keep saying, but this makes me wonder what the future is going to look like soon.


klondike

Yes all that sounds very credible to me. 

Diasi

He's absolutely correct, in fact I've already posted a lot of what Nigel Farage has just said.
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Scrumpy

This man has plenty to say.. seems to know what is wrong with the government..Yet never mentions what he would do to put it right..
Perhaps he might chance his luck at being a politician again..
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

klondike

You'd find he has plenty to say about what needs doing if you watched his program on GB News. Monday to Thursday at 7:00PM or on catchup on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/GBNewsOnline/featured

Now if you had said that Starmer has plenty to say about what is wrong but says nothing about what he would do to correct it nobody could argue.

Cassandra

Quote from: klondike on October 27, 2022, 04:00:19 PMYou'd find he has plenty to say about what needs doing if you watched his program on GB News. Monday to Thursday at 7:00PM or on catchup on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/GBNewsOnline/featured

Now if you had said that Starmer has plenty to say about what is wrong but says nothing about what he would do to correct it nobody could argue.

Completely agree, unlike like Starmer's general blathering idealogue of socialist cliche's!
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JBR

Quote from: Scrumpy on October 27, 2022, 03:54:26 PMThis man has plenty to say.. seems to know what is wrong with the government..Yet never mentions what he would do to put it right..
Perhaps he might chance his luck at being a politician again..
I honestly can't say I'm too surprised.
After all, he made a deal with Boris so as not to take away some of the Tories' seats and, of course, Boris turned his back on him.
Would he trust him again (or anyone)?

I wish he would stand.

As you pointed out in the thread showing the odds on Reform (and others) taking seats in the next GE, if it is in any way accurate in reality, Nigel would not even bother.
Nevertheless, I hope he does stand and if he did he would, I'm sure, add to the support of which of those minor parties he stood in.  Even better if Reform, Reclaim and UKIP were to unite.
After all, he is a very convincing speaker.
He certainly received a lot of support in the EU elections at the time.
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