June 27, 2016

Nigel Farage blasts Trudeau for backing 'remain' during Brexit vote

Rebel Staff
 

UKIP Leader and prominent 'leave' supporter Nigel Farage took it upon himself to barrage Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for supporting 'stay' in last week's Brexit vote.

In an interview with the Globe and Mail, Farage claimed that Trudeau was out of touch by supporting David Cameron's bid to stay in the EU.

Farage: “Let June the 23rd go down in our history as our INDEPENDENCE DAY”

“I’m afraid that the whole international political community rallied to Mr. Cameron and the status quo,” Nigel said.

He then proceeded to put things in perspective for Canadians and the importance of the Brexit vote.

“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,” Farage blasted. “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.”

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“Whatever Trudeau said, the fact is that the United Kingdom now has an opportunity to chart a much freer course in the world,” he added.

Farage also insisted that Canadians should be happy and supportive that Britain voted to leave the EU.

“I think Canadians should rejoice that the country in the world that they are closest to in every way, just got back its democratic rights, rights that Canadian and British people stood side by side in two world wars, fought and died for,” he said.

What do you think of Nigel Farage's words for Trudeau? Sound off in the comments.

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commented 2016-06-28 15:50:35 -0400
The next time he sees Justin, I give Nigel Farage permission to punch Justin in the big fat Gallic nose that Justin should keep out of other countries business…in fact Mr. Farage, please give him a good shot in his ugly ‘le bec Quebecoise’, for me too…
Justin is not my PM!
commented 2016-06-28 10:42:56 -0400
Dirk Kanic commented to 4Freedom…“he was raised by Michael Jackson”

Don’t start that rumor with the low info Cunuckistan sheeple. We will be stuck with Tru’duh until Dooms Day.
commented 2016-06-28 06:59:46 -0400
Trudeau as usual has no idea what he is talking about. He’s supposedly all about unity within the EU while at the same time creating an East vs West divide in Canada. For example, why does federal Cabinet now have the last say on NEB approved pipelines from the west? Does Cabinet contain more informed experts in oil and gas pipeline construction and safety than the National Energy Board?! Why does Saudi oil entering from the east coast not face equal scrutiny as oil from AB and SK? Why does Canada even import oil from Saudi?! Surely tanking it from there to here is a climate change issue, when we have oil right under our Canadian feet.
commented 2016-06-28 01:45:18 -0400
Canada is one a fast track for a revolt. I hope the people who head it up have enough courage and influence to see one through. We need to take control of our own lives and power over them back away from the government.
commented 2016-06-28 01:00:54 -0400
The British are a very proud people who got sick & tired of of being overruled & losing their identity & the left are still in shock that the majority had had enough of being dictated to & decided to take their country back. Mr. Farage had every right to blast Trudeau for butting in where he knows nothing about & trying to tell another country’s citizens what’s best for them just like Obama tried to do & the majority covered their ears & voted the opposite, so much for their 2cent interference. The markets are in a bit of a chaos right now & currencies are down, all expected by the way, but in the long run, the UK will be much better off. People are finally waking up, which is refreshing.
commented 2016-06-27 22:00:17 -0400
@ 4 FREEDOM,
You are saying he was raised by micheal jackson.
commented 2016-06-27 21:28:09 -0400
1 more point he is wrong about Mr Trump also.He won’t like that.
commented 2016-06-27 21:24:21 -0400
Hey if the Brits get a do over Canada should too.
commented 2016-06-27 20:53:48 -0400
Prime Sinister Ju-stalin Turd-dough is an idiot elitist ‘house of cards’ puppet living in a mirrored (on the inside) glass house situated along the delusional ‘Biosphere pathway’ leading to the Marxist UN cabal’s dreamy castle in Never, Never Land. This ‘intelligent, wise and common sense aversionistic’ touted savior was systemically injected into a position of power, Hollywood style, via the Golden Carriage of lies, deceit and political correctness, by the hypnotically drooling sycophant MSM and social media avenues selling cleverly masked ‘New World Order’ toxins and ‘SJW’ raw sewage as magic potion to the spelled-bound peons.

May the Warriors for Freedom and Liberty, like Mr. Farage, lead the charge and destroy the spell of the pseudo-gods, restoring individual sovereignty and awakening the true essence of humanity.
commented 2016-06-27 20:47:50 -0400
Would be nice if we could get a petition up ( a dream i know) to boot that silly little vain, self absorbed,boy out and bring back a real leader, one who stood up for Canada and one who we felt safe with and one who we had confidence he was Governing and Governing for the people and not for his big fat stupid ego as Trudeau is.
I have zero confidence in Trudeau i really don’t have a sense we are being governed .
The people of Canada who voted that moron in are so stupid,just like those who gave Wynne a majority, both of them are pissing away billions like its their money to do so.
What would be nice is a referendum ever two years of their mandate and vote like the US that if we think he/she has overstepped his/her authority he/she could become a minority government and have the brakes put on his/her reckless actions.
I have no feeling of his ( Trudeau’s ) " Canadas’ back " we have a rudderless ship with a manic at the wheel only he knows where he is steering it and we will not know until its too late.
What we do know he has no backbone and will just do what he is told by other world leaders ,re globalism.
Nigel has it right about our stupid little boy leader, although he isn’t out of touch, Brexit did not fit his world vision and the plans he has for Canada
Soon it will be the Union of North America , Canada, US and Mexico, next stop world Government.
it is good Britain detached itself from the EU , and Trump would put the nail in the globalist coffin for a long long time
commented 2016-06-27 20:35:34 -0400
“I think Canadians should rejoice that the country in the world that they are closest to in every way, just got back its democratic rights, rights that Canadian and British people stood side by side in two world wars, fought and died for,” Except that Justin really hates our democratic rights. This is why he is trying to change the way we vote. It is clearly designed to make it impossible for a conservative to ever get elected again.
commented 2016-06-27 20:29:27 -0400
Nigel – let me say it for you:

“Turdo – you effing islamic – eff off”

There, international diplomacy does not allow you to say – so I did it for you.
commented 2016-06-27 20:06:06 -0400
To put the cherry on top of the successful Brexit outcome, Britain now needs to vote into office Mr. Farage. And Britain will have a chance of taking their country back from all the foreign invaders destroying the country, its culture, its traditions and eliminating a previously hard fought freedom. When the benefits of independence start to show, those that are real Brits, that may of voted to stay in the EU will see the error of their ways and rejoice. We in Canada are already starting to feel like we are living in an oppressed nation under the foot of the Trudeau Liberal Dictatorship and we are not in the EU. And every day it seems our Muslim PM gives away more vast sums of our money to special interests. The USA has an opportunity to rid themselves of their Muslim President and prevent another Muslim Puppet from getting into office, if they are smart enough to vote in Mr. Trump. By the time we reach the conclusion of the Trudeau Regime, we in Canada are all going to feel as if we are voting for our independence come the next election. But before that happens there will be a lot of damage suffered by our country and I fear most of it will be irreparable.
commented 2016-06-27 19:53:32 -0400
I am sure that Nigel Farage is not aware that Canada is ruled by an imbecile.

Perhaps we should take note of what Britain has done and call out own referendum.

We the Canadian people have no confidence in the ability of Prime Idiot Trudeau to lead Canada, in a normal manner.
commented 2016-06-27 19:49:14 -0400
Nigel you must remember that Trudeau is from Que.
commented 2016-06-27 19:20:49 -0400
Nigel is right of course. EL BOW is one of the “entitled” one percenters rooting for the dictatorship he so desires!
commented 2016-06-27 19:16:35 -0400
Nigel Farage is 100% correct and I am one Canadian that is extremely happy the UK voted to leave!
My Grandfather, Grandmother and Father, Aunts and Uncle immigrated from the UK!
I have more respect for my relatives that remain there now!
Principle is worth more than money! Now they are free to make their own decisions’ again!
commented 2016-06-27 19:13:23 -0400
i wish we had leaders like that here instead of traiders
commented 2016-06-27 19:04:38 -0400
So, any sore losers out there… angry about the Brexit result? Want a re-do because you don’t like the result… FINE… start a petition for a rematch between England and Iceland… if it’s approved, I’d support a Brexit re-do (yeah, but don’t hold you breath… or on second thought, yes, please do).
commented 2016-06-27 19:02:38 -0400
For the “leader” of our country to be so unknowledgeable, naive, and downright ignorant as Justin Trudeau is morally reprehensible. Trudeau is an enemy to democracy and the dignity of national freedom.
commented 2016-06-27 18:21:40 -0400
Sorry key slipped to post before I was finished. He can’t make even the most obvious decisions without checking with the UN to get their approval first. Some leader we have.
commented 2016-06-27 18:12:56 -0400
Can’t say I’m surprised that Trudope wanted Britain to stay in the EU. He has already started to sell out his own country by dropping off billions to the UN on behalf of climate change and can’t even make an obvious simple decision regarding branding I
commented 2016-06-27 16:43:20 -0400
We know why Trudeau wanted a stay vote, he is in collusion with those who are heading to a globalist government.
All you leftist, watch this video, this is YOUR future, one you will have very little control over because everything will be run by a one world central government.
You can stop it ,but you have to open yours eyes.
http://www.infowars.com/eu-response-to-brexit-totalitarian-super-state/
commented 2016-06-27 16:43:14 -0400
I think Nigel Farage’s comments were very subdued, understated and overly diplomatic. I would have said Trudeau is a pompous, arrogant ass and needs to mind his own damned business!
commented 2016-06-27 16:21:24 -0400
Mr. Farage Bravo for standing up for the rights of your people something here in Canada that has been lost
commented 2016-06-27 15:34:43 -0400
Mr. Farage,

I think you should retract your comments to/about our PM and apologize.
Trudoh did say that he would “ALLOW” you Brits to have your vote – and he did.
Without JT’s permission I’m sure your vote on Brexit would have been illegal and you would have to remain a part of the EU.

One thing I’d like to make you aware of, though, is the fact that a lot of Canadians do NOT recognize JT as any kind of a leader and he’s constantly putting his foot in his mouth whenever he speaks.
The boy is a fucking idiot at home and on the world stage (but I’m sure you knew this already).

The Architect
commented 2016-06-27 15:32:10 -0400
The Mop and Pail must have gritted its teeth to run an interview with Nigel Farage – perhaps to try to regain some good karma for its shameless Liberal butt-kissing day in and day out?… The other news media however are still at it and can’t accept what happened on June 23rd , today’s headlines clearly demonstrating their collective hissy fit status…