Nigel Farages greatest last speech- and all MEPs they are 'in denial' over Brexit


Scandals: Career-politician Juncker has survived spy scandals, accusations of putting bankers ahead of EU citizens and even rumours of heavy drinking to rise to become the head of the European Commission
Cognac for breakfast, a Nazi father-in-law and brought down by a spy scandal: How Jean-Claude Juncker has hated Britain since Thatcher's days and is now pushing us to head for the Brexit door immediately 

He was said to drink Cognac for breakfast and was seen 'dribbling', openly admitted to holding 'secret, dark' discussions with Europe’s leaders, and was driven from office after a spy scandal involving the Luxembourg royal family.

Jean-Claude Juncker, the man blamed in Brussels for driving Britain out of the EU and now demanding the UK makes a swift, damaging exit.
The European Commission chief has come under fire for being a ‘negative symbol’ of the kind of federalism voters rejected last Thursday, and is now facing calls to step down.
Mr Farage also warned that the UK would not be the last country to leave the EU.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage was jeered by the European Parliament after he told MEPs that they were "in denial"about Brexit and that they had "never had a proper job before".
His astonishing speech at a special meeting of the European Parliament today ended with boos echoing through the Brussels chamber.

Mr Farage used his speech to declare that Brexit was "a beacon of hope" to other member states but he also infuriated MEPs when he said: "Now, I know that virtually none of you have ever done a proper job in your lives or worked in business or worked in trade or indeed ever created a job. But listen, just listen."
When MEPs turned their backs to him and Martin Schulz, the president of the parliament, intervened, Mr Farage responded: "You’re quite right, Mr Schulz. Ukip used to protest against the establishment. Now the establishment protests against Ukip. So something has happened here."

Thanks to  Britain.  Thank You Mister Farage   

  • Jean-Claude Juncker was Luxembourg's Prime Minister for 18 years 
  • Forced to step down in 2013 after a spy scandal involving the Grand Duke 
  • European ministers discussed 60-year-old's past heavy drinking habits
  • Father forced to fight for the Nazis while his father-in-law supported them

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