June 08, 2016

BREXIT DEBATE: Nigel Farage vs David Cameron

StaffRebel Columnist

David Cameron can't dodge Nigel Farage!

Last night, UK PM David Cameron debated UKIP Leader Nigel Farage to debate leaving or remaining in the EU.

If you're a fan of Nigel Farage, then you're going to love this, as leaving the EU has been one of if not his highest priority.

That's not all though, as it was revealed by Breitbart, a Huffington Post blogger, Imriel Morgan, tried to sabotage the debate through constant interruptions without the moderator interjecting.

If you want to know more about the potential Brexit, watch Brexit The Movie here at this link.

What do you think? Should Britain leave the EU?

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commented 2016-06-10 12:11:51 -0400
It indeed was a total set up with the audience to take down Farage. He did great. Love how he put that pharmaceutical guy in his place. And he rejected so called expert business interests. That audience was either coached by the anti_Brexit crowd, or are direct members of it.
commented 2016-06-08 22:20:17 -0400
Well we certainly can see that David Cameron has some powerful supporters in the media. Unfortunately, by not going Brexit, he is a conservative in name only. He really needs to rediscover the strength of the British character. And all the people who have come to Britain from the commonwealth have that character. Cameron would do very well to heed the advice and warnings he gets on a regular basis.
commented 2016-06-08 18:40:22 -0400
This was not a debate between Nigel Farage and David Cameron. This was a set up to try and discredit Nigel Farage. While there were some excellent questions and rebuttals by those opposed to David Cameron’s views this clearly was not meant to favour the Brexit side. PETER NEVILLE – you make a very good point and I hope everyone reads your post.

Rebelmedia – it would be really great to have ‘like’ buttons on one anothers posts. Just saying…
commented 2016-06-08 15:32:54 -0400
The Brexit vote will be a defacto ballot on Cameron’s political life. He knows that his CINO policies make him a puppet of Brussels.

Say goodbye Davey boy.
commented 2016-06-08 14:41:53 -0400
Britain please kick that undemocratic UN horror show out,as a canadian i support you to brexit , we know turdo wants the UN to run canada with their insane muslim breeders
commented 2016-06-08 14:00:34 -0400
I despise these ‘leftist’ structured debates. Did you notice the difference in the questions asked and the demographics of the people that asked questions for each side? Also notice how belligerent questioners to Farage were given much more time to badger and attack him. Cameron used many catchy memes to conjure up fear and was cleverly hypocritical in his responses with a lot of double-speak, clearly indicating his delusional position, as well as, that of the New World Order.

Great Britian – to truly be great once again you need to leave the EU! Do not allow the con-artists to convince you otherwise. There is nothing to fear, but fear itself, if you leave the EU.
commented 2016-06-08 13:04:35 -0400
Nigal Farage was an easy winner. Cameron is nothing more than an EU Puppet and no doubt making lots of money by kissing EU Butt.
commented 2016-06-08 12:27:58 -0400
It’s hard to overemphasize the importance of this referendum. The EU has pioneered government by ‘experts’ (i.e. unelected bureaucrats and insiders) rather than elected representatives. The whole scheme has proven to be a disaster with skyrocketing unemployment (especially among the young) and stagnant economic growth. Most importantly, it has robbed citizens of the means to control their government. Needless to say, the Liberals and our leftist elites see this as a model for Canada.

A Brexit, which I support and think will happen, would put a seal on the whole enterprise. I predict it will be the start of a flood of departures and the end of the whole misguided enterprise.

Good riddance!

Peter Neville