Skip to comments.The Nigel Farage Show: Catalonia to have an EU referendum? Live LBC 27th November.....
Posted on 11/28/2017 3:49:17 AM PST by Nextrush
(Nigel Farage at :12)
.......President Trump he is the most extraordinary user of social media cause he's got over 35 million followers.
And I know some of his tweets enrage people but others are actually quite funny. Try this from President Trump today. "We should have a contest as to which of the networks, plus CNN and not including Fox is the most dishonest, corrupt and or distorted in its political coverage of your favorite president........"
Its Carlos Puigdemont, the ousted Catalan leader because what he said today is quite extraordinary. He was talking about the European Union and he said "Its a club of decadent and obsolescent countries, controlled by a small few and closely linked to increasingly debatable economic interests."
He added that the EU was insensitive to the abuse of human rights and the democratic wishes of its citizens.
He said: "They're constantly telling us that we're going to be left out of the EU but the ones who should take that decision are the citizens of Catalonia. Lets see what the people of Catalonia say. Perhaps there are not many people who want to be part of this EU, so insensitive is it to the abuse of human rights, democratic rights and the only reason Spain is behaving the way it is is because the post-Franco Right wants it to be that way."........
But I think he raises really, really interesting questions, questions about whether Puigdemont is right........
...they deserve to have a voice on their future, that what happened on October 1st with women being dragged out of polling stations by their hair by the Spanish police, attempting to stop them expressing an opinon, if you think that was monstrous as I do call me......
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He talks about the globalists-corporatists European Union etc. etc. and here he is talking about the EU and the fight for Catalan independence from Spain after opening up with some talk about President Trump.
Nigel talks like the talk show hosts don't talk in this country operating under "Fairness Doctrine" style media regulations in the UK.
I'll take him over Mark Levin any day of the week, among others.
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