Nigel Farage Brexit Freeze Out

Carswell and Hannan Freeze Out Farage, Say They WON’T Stop Immigration

Tory establishment Vote Leave’s Douglas Carswell plans to try to freeze out UKIP leader Nigel Farage from the post-Brexit cross-party negotiations, with Daniel Hannan stating that the official Leave campaign never promised British voters an end to uncontrolled immigration from the European Union (EU).

  • PaulW

    I think I’m going to throw up. Those bastards.

    • Leftist fools, they must not have heard the voters.

      • Alain

        Oh, they heard them, but being the scumbags they are they choose to ignore them as they have been doing for a long time already.

    • Alain

      Disgusting scum of the earth. They give a bad name to Tories.

  • AmicusC

    That’s awesome so apparently they do want war with their own citizens

    • I look forward to the return of public executions.

  • robins111

    Scabby bastards

  • Daviddowntown

    These pricks are pulling out all the stops. Lets see what the brexit supporters have to say.

    • mobuyus

      The tears of liberal sanctimony should be answered with hot flaming lead.

    • They will work to delay and undermine as much as possible.

      • GrimmCreeper

        Maybe we can ship John Lewis and his cast of whiny leftist clowns over there for a sit in.

      • occupant 9

        It’s the natural role of Leftists/Progressives. Look at Harper’s troubles getting proper civil service support for his policies as an example of how progressives thwart whatever actions they don’t agree with; it’s the moral high ground held by those who proudly profess no morals.

    • Reader

      This is the sort of thing civil wars have been fought over.

  • Brett_McS

    The point is, though, that now it is British MPs who are pushing for open immigration without the cover of “the EU won’t let us control immigration”. And they can be voted out.

    • True.

    • mobuyus

      More an one way to get the fuckers out.

    • Alain

      They can do a whole of damage before that happens.

  • Brett_McS

    Christopher Hitchen’s smarter brother is clearly enjoying the Brexit moment.

    • Linda1000

      I think Peter Hitchens is correct that the two sides, Remain and Leave should form two different parties and fight it out in a general election.
      Wouldn’t it be best to form a special team with the best brains in the country both public reps and private citizens to negotiate the exit deal from the EU? Keep the exit deal separate from their federal political issues. Otherwise, Britain is going to get walked all over by the EU power dictators.

      • Brett_McS

        And Farage should be a key part of that team. Sort of like taking a pit bull on a leash to the negotiating table who sits there growling at the opposition and straining on the leash, which frankly doesn’t look all that robust.

        • Linda1000

          Agree about Farage because he already knows the ins and outs of the EU right, compared to these other British politicians who now can’t even seem to agree what they campaigned for on the Leave side? Cameron is probably not going to be too helpful as he already has said he doesn’t want to do any grunt work just to hand over to his replacement. Wonder what Cameron thinks he was elected to do.

  • k2

    How nice: snatching defeat from the jaws of victory ….

    • Alain

      It is called tyranny and treason in my books.

  • jack burns

    The globalist cheap labor pimps are well funded and motivated. Progressive hatred of the West runs deep. Throw them out.

  • Brett_McS

    Hannan is pushing for work visas only, not free citizenship as it is now, and controls on the numbers based on the state of the economy etc. That’s a fairly normal position. Boris reportedly wants a return to the Commonwealth arrangement, and I guess Boris will be the new PM.

  • Linda1000

    What’s with those guys, Mr. Farage is too common for them or what? Wasn’t that part of the problem with snobby Cameron as he wasn’t listening to the working class people and they voted against him for Brexit. Nobody is going to vote for Carswell if he campaigned on limiting immigration and now he’s doing a flip-flop. I have the general impression that people seem to really like Farage?
    British politics seem as messed up as Canada’s except we have just one big federal group of politicians in Ottawa divided into sub-groups with different names that don’t mean anything as they all have the same policies.

  • andycanuck

    Let’s see what P.M. Johnson has to say about this after October.

  • dukestreet

    Since this whole thing can be laid at the feet of unfettered immigration, I’d say the public could be rioting in the streets,if the people are ignored through this.

  • SlayerofBodom

    These leftist lunatics are truly hell-bent on starting a civil war, aren’t they?