[Editor’s note: I predicted months ago that, once Boris was installed as PM, one of the engineered events to boost his popularity would be a reunification of the Tory Party with the UKIP pro-BREXIT faction that split away in the 1990s – something that continues to weaken the Tories to this day.
Farage is every bit as much a Rothschild-stooge as Boris, therefore it would be rather simple for them to organise a meeting of minds and have Boris bring Farage back into the mainstream Tory fold, perhaps giving him a high profile job such as Chancellor of The Exchequer. Farage was a banker after all.
This would allow Boris to paint himself as some sort of great unifying force that was able to re-unite and heal the fractured, destabilised nation of Britain; pure bullshit of course.
Make no mistake, a Boris-Farage union would be an extremely bad thing for Britain and the whole world, as the pair of them are not only friendly with Trump, they work for the same intra-national criminal cabal and would dutifully obey orders to send British armed forces to join their US counterparts in a war against Iran. Ian]
Nigel Farage says he’s ready to get into bed with Boris
Nigel Farage says a clean exit from the EU could be achieved if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister and forms an election pact with the Brexit Party.
The former UKIP leader believes Johnson has the ‘guts’ to fight for an election on no-deal and ditch Theresa May’s ‘terrible’ deal. He told an event hosted by The Telegraph that a snap election could ‘spring’ the European Union leaders into offering ‘some sort of tariff-free deal’.
Farage said on Tuesday:
‘If Boris said “right, we’re ditching this terrible treaty, it’s the worst deal in history, I made a terrible mistake in voting for it, we’re ditching it. ‘”We’re giving Europe notice – we’re leaving on the 31st of October on WTO (World Trade Organisation) terms.
”We’re going to do our utmost to make sure that in terms of terms of aviation, transport, the Port of Dover there is as little disruption as there possibly can be” – then you might spring them into action and they might offer some sort of tariff-free deal. ‘And if Boris did that, and he was prepared to go to House of Commons to be voted down, to lose a motion of confidence, to go the country on a general election on that ticket and with the support of people of like me – he would win a massive, thumping majority.’
He said he would ‘of course’ work with a new Tory leader committed to a no-deal Brexit. Farage said on Sunday that there is ‘little chance’ of the Conservatives delivering on the promise to leave the EU by October 31, even if the former foreign secretary becomes prime minister.
If Johnson tries to force the issue through Parliament he will face ‘open civil war’, Farage wrote in the Sunday Express.
His comments on Tuesday come amid concerns that his party could split the vote among Tory Brexiteers.
‘To win the next general election we don’t have to become the Brexit Party, make an electoral pact with them in certain seats, or offer a coalition in Parliament,’ Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said in a column for The Telegraph.
‘We have to respect the referendum result and leave the EU, as we said we would,’ she added. ‘Doing a deal with the Brexit Party would be an admission of defeat. And we’re not dead yet.’