Shortly after the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared in front of thousands of people at the Glastonbury festival to warn everyone that a Labour government is apparently coming soon at some point, the ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage took to Twitter to basically shut everyone up.
Once again, Nigel was short, sharp and straight to the point. He is the master of destroying someone in one quick post after all.
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) June 24, 2017
The former UKIP leader tweeted after Corbyn’s speech: “Have this lot had a look at what they’re actually supporting? Google ‘Marxism’.”
He accompanied the words with photos of people in the huge crowd with Corbyn t-shirts and flags.
Mr Farage does make a good point.
Surely there are many, many people who seem to be supporting Jeremy Corbyn because he’s a nice guy with a beard, knowing very little about the damage that a ‘free everything for everyone’ approach to government could do to Britain.
Truth be told, it was a very smart move by Mr Corbyn – he knows that every new supporter will be vital if he is take advantage of the current uncertainty as prime minister Theresa May is trying to form a working government with the DUP.
However, judging by some of the reactions on social media, there are people who are seeing through this facade.
If enough high-profile political figures like Farage are willing to take to Twitter and warn everyone about the darker side to Corbynmania, then surely it is time to wise up.
We’re not just talking about Conservative figures either who are trying to get Mrs May the majority that she needs.
This picture of Nigel Farage OWNING lefty Russell Brand is everything you need on a Saturday evening
We were delighted to see that an old image of Nigel Farage looking at lefty comedian Russell Brand like he’s an absolute tool has recently started to appear on Facebook again.
We encourage you all to download the image below and then share it on Facebook as much as you can.
To be fair, we don’t even know exactly what Russell was talking about at the time of this photo, but we can be fairly sure from Nigel’s facial expression that it was indeed ‘bollocks.’
Perhaps it would make a super caption competition image for you to share with all of your online contacts.
Ex-UKIP leader clashed with an Austrian MEP today in the European Parliment over the ‘Paradise Papers’.
Mr Farage unleashed an unrelenting attack towards Billionaire George Soros before turning his attention towards an Austrian MEP who criticised him for not discussing the ‘Paradise Papers’.
Mr Farage said: “George Soros recently gave Open Society – his organisation, which campaigns for free movement of people and supports supranational structures like the European Union – $18 billion.
“His influence here and in Brussels is truly extraordinary. Open Society boast that they had 42 meetings, last year, with the European Commission.
“They’ve even published a book of reliable friends in the European Parliament, and there are 226 names on that list.
Austrian MEP Evelyn Regner took exception with Mr Farage’s comments, insisting he should be discussing the Paradise Papers instead of Mr Soros.
Mr Farage fired back: “If you’re going to completely ban from putting money, which in many cases could be utterly legitimate investments, be it in the British Virgin Islands, Bahamas or anywhere else.
“If you’re going to do that, then please be consistent. Make sure you ban the sale of duty-free cigarettes, make sure you stop anyone using their personal allowances to avoid when it comes to investments.
“Oh, and by the way! While you’re at it, what about the 25,000 people that work for the European Commission and European Parliament who pay a maximum of 16 per cent.
“Time perhaps to put your own house in order?”
Well said, Nigel! You’ve still got it!