After the dust had settled on the Brexit result, UKiP leader and architect behind the campaign for Britain to Leave the E.U., Nigel Farage, wasted no time in setting about smacking around a list of people who had ‘had it coming’.
On Sunday he let Canadian Pool Boy President, Justin Trudeau have it for actively supporting the Remain campaign.
“I mean I’d love the Canadian Prime Minister to tell you guys that you’ve decided to make NAFTA a political union, and that you are going to transfer all Ottawa’s authority to someone else, that you are going to have foreign courts overruling you,” he said. “How long would you last? A day? A week? And yet that’s what the Canadian Prime Minister was effectively recommending to us. I wonder sometimes whether foreign leaders genuinely understand what the European Union is.” Read Full Story
Then he let Barrack Obama have both barrels for his invasive meddling in trying to persuade Britons to ‘Remain.’ Which even saw an Op-Ed piece by Obama in the Daily Telegraph. Read More
“Well ultimately let me say this, Vladimir Putin behaved in a more statesmanlike manner than President Obama did in this referendum campaign. Obama came to Britain and I think behaved disgracefully, telling us we’d be at the back of the queue. Treating us, America’s strongest, oldest ally, in this extraordinary way. Vladimir Putin maintained his silence throughout the whole campaign.”
But Farage was far from done. On Monday morning he caught an early flight to Brussels and set about smacking around the entire E.U parliament to boos and jeers from the members, and to the seething fury of Jean-Claude Junker. Full Speech
He then later that day finished off the perfect week by smacking around the queen bitch, Hillary Clinton by declaring: “There is nothing on earth that could ever persuade me to vote for Hillary Clinton.”
Simply put, in a political world full of grocery clerks and errand boys, on current form Nigel Farage should be running the country.