Nigel Farage, the former UKIP leader who took the party to victory in both the 2014 EU MEP elections and, most famously, the 2016 EU Referendum, is going back on the road to promote a true Brexit.


The former UKIP leader and MEP Nigel Farage has joined up with Leave Means Leave to go on the road to fight against what he calls Theresa May's sell-out Brexit plans.

Writing in the Telegraph Farage said that it was now obvious that the establishment did not accept or acknowledge the EU referendum result and that as far as he was concerned it was the worst case of Stockholm syndrome ever recorded.

In his article he wrote that it was clear that "…unless challenged, these anti-democrats will succeed in frustrating the result. Whatever they may claim publicly, this is their ultimate objective. They think nothing of betraying the citizens of Britain."

The founders of Leave Means Leave, Richard Tice and John Longworth, wrote in the Telegraph last week that they have been told by disillusioned Tories that they will no longer donate to the Conservative party.

But Arron banks of that other Brexit campaign group, Leave.EU is now urging us Brexit minded folk to join the Conservative Party!

Yep! he's asking all Brexiteers to enlist with the Tories, then attend constituency meetings as part of a 'Conservative Grassroots Mutiny' to push for Brexit as well as vote for a new party leader in the next leadership election, something he says will happen in the next three to six months.

Banks says that the call for a second referendum will split the left and so leave the way clear for the Conservatives to clear the board of opposition. And part of this he says is getting the right parliamentary candidates in place.

"Local associations should have power handed back to them including the right to hold primary contests for parliamentary seats and select who they want, rather than have politically correct candidates imposed from the CCHQ candidate sausage factory." He says.

But how long is that going to take to achieve? If it ever could be. Months? Probably years.

And in the meantime all that people would see is a swelling of the Tory party ranks giving the impression that our Theresa is doing a wonderful job and that everyone wants her Chequers based Brexit deal to go through!

On top of that, the new joiners hoping for change will just be helping swell the coffers of that party.

Upshot is, that the Conservative Party would get wealthier, a larger party membership base and a general perception of a leader doing terribly well …. instead of just terribly.

No! Much better for people to send the message loud and clear by leaving the Tory party to join a party that truly reflects their beliefs and wishes. Now that's democracy in action!

After all, why fight interminable internal political party battles, when you could just join a party where the whole membership believes in Brexit?

In fact the more that Brexiteers gravitate towards and vote for UKIP, the more chance that party has of being a real power broker in this Brexit political game!

Forget the rest they are hell-bent on Remain; either by the Lib Dem front door, the Labour Momentum back door or via the Conservative Party trap-door!

UKIP is the only credible party of UK sovereignty and independence!

But while all this is going on the establishment machinations to frustrate Brexit continue.

In what many see as the start of a process of softening the people of the UK up for an extension of the Article 50 negotiation period so as to begin the Brexit reversal, a former head of the UK civil service told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme that parliament would have to consider whether they could actually let a no-deal WTO Brexit go ahead.

Lord Kerslake said on the programme:

The consequences of a no deal would be so serious as I think parliament would have to seriously consider whether it could contemplate this.

“The question people need to ask themselves is, is this a risk that they think we should be taking?

“If the government can negotiate a good deal, then so be it. But if they can’t and we end up in this position, then we have to reopen the question of whether we go forward with Brexit at all. It is not too late to do that."

Co-founder of Leave Means Leave, Richard Tice, said in response:

"What we have just heard from Lord Kerslake is part of the deliberate negativity from the civil service who are looking to soften people up in order to extend article 50. It is completely unacceptable."

All the establishment has done since the EU referendum, is work out ways in which the UK can stay fully connected to the EU, instead of actively working to disconnect the country from it. And that is why the government has made such a hash of it!

Brexit is an achievable and extremely worthwhile goal. A goal the establishment will do all it can to thwart. The establishment must be stopped in this.

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