Friday, June 24, 2016

Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, David Cameron react to Brexit vote result

Nigel Farage Brexit Victory Speech - Independence Day! 

'EU is failing, EU is dying': Nigel Farage speech following Brexit vote

Full Press Conference - Boris Johnson & Co after the #Brexit vote

 Brexit: David Cameron resigns as UK votes to leave - BBC News

Still Report #974 - Brexit Stuns the World 


  1. Target price 850 target sell 950 only a gld will do . Farage has taken alot of flak and he is probably one of the most engaging pleasant chaps you could ever meet. The history books WILL remember him. His precious metal education will have served him well and some folks are in his debt for that no doubt. The future should and will be bright , storms , the odd bit of lightning before the calm. Those with mental illness will seek treatment , see the error of their ways and spend more time on their legal hobbie is. "I care not whos runs my country as long as they are just and fair protect the children and look after the weak" GOD has a habit of sorting this out, its a given.


  2. But first, the powerful email about Brexit from a KWN reader in Britain…

    “Please, please, please, do not listen to the distorted views of the mainstream media. Yes, immigration is a major problem. But not THE REASON why the we voted to leave the EU. We as a people have demanded our country back from the unelected elites which have become our masters. An unelected EU government with no opposition, with the power to make our laws and determine how we live our lives. Immigration is a secondary topic, the economy is secondary, if we are worse off we will live with our decision. If we suffer, so be it. Our freedom and the freedom of our children is much more important. People have died in the millions to fight for this basic right. We have given a shining example of democracy to the world. We have put our country and our future above our individual interests. The British lion has awakened from a long sleep. Today I have never been more proud of the silent, decent Briton who stood up to be counted.” — From a King World News reader in Yorkshire


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