With Brexit becoming a reality, the European Union and “remain” voters are acting like babies. Or actual human garbage. Whichever way you want to look at it. Planned Parenthood can’t make the distinction. So Nigel Farage (a name you should familiarize yourself with now) has a few words for the European Parliament. And by a “few words,” I mean a scathing speech that chastises their faces off. Grab popcorn. This is good!
You’re in denial that your currency is failing. And you’re in denial over Mrs. Merkel’s goal last year – for as many people as possible to cross the Mediterranean into the European Union. [It] has led to massive divisions between countries and within countries. But the biggest problem you’ve got, and the main reason the United Kingdom voted the way that it did: is you have, by stealth, by deception, without ever telling the truth to the British or the rest of the peoples of Europe, you have imposed upon them a political union.
And when the people, in 2005 in the Netherlands and France, voted against that political union you simply ignored them and brought the Lisbon Treaty in through the back door. [On Thursday the British people] said “Actually, we want our country back. We want our fishing waters back. We want our borders back. We want to be an independent, self governing, normal nation.” And that is what we’ve done, and that is what must happen.
That speech should clear up any confusion as to why Brits chose to leave the European Union. It failed the countries it was supposed to better. Now that the UK wants out they may have to face additional issues because the EU is being spiteful. For example – trade tariffs. It’s the douche-cherry on top. Hence Nigel Farage’s frustration. He even goes on to point out that trade between their countries is mutually beneficial. If the EU wants to impede on that then, well, here’s a verbal middle finger. In the classiest of ways of course. Because British.
Also, the jab about the people in the European Parliament having never held real jobs?
Cheerio, Nigel. Balls. This guy has them.
You can’t help but feel proud of our British brothers in moments like this. Britain was being dominated by an outside force. At the end of the day, the UK answered to the EU. Not their own people. Turns out what the EU wants is pretty different from what UK citizens want. Sure, they could have laid down and taken it. It would have been easier to. Just like it’s easier to be a mouth-breathing, thoughtless amoeba. But instead, they chose independence and autonomy. Good on you, Britain. We approve.
Here’s hoping we see much, much more of Nigel Farage as he beats European ninnies upside their empty heads with straight talk.