#6690687 at 2019-06-07 04:57:36 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8556: The Glory Of Our Republic Edition
Resignations in the news June 4, 2019 - part 2
GameStop CFO Leaving Company in Leadership Shake-up
First Black General Counsel at UPS to Retire
Gerard Batten quits as Ukip leader after losing every Ukip MEP seat, including his own
George Galloway fired by TalkRadio after being accused of antisemitism over Spurs 'Israel flag' tweet
2 Oxford officers resign. Department under state probe after officer charged with murder
Kline retiring from ND Housing Finance agency
PPP Influential Over Peter O'Neill's Resignation
Superintendent John Maloy to retire from Aspen schools
Carlino resigns as Penn National chairman
Bronson Healthcare CEO retiring at end of the year
Out with the old, in with the old: Tobin resigns from ACC
Canton Township deputy fire chief retiring after 72 years
Christopher Tallman resigns as GM, head pro at Cold Spring, takes GM post at Orchards
Retiring Onalaska superintendent meets with employees and community members
SHA seeks new head for obstetrics and gynecology department after resignation
O'Brien to retire from helm of WCLO-WJVL radio
PN Treasurer resigns; Arrigo on the warpath
Denver Employees executive director to retire later this year
Camper's creative director departs
County IT visionary Paul Escobar retires
#6675700 at 2019-06-05 08:36:45 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8537: UK & US Re-allied Edition
Resignations in the news June 3, 2019 - part 1
Eleven Muslim politicians resigned from top government posts in Sri Lanka on Monday
Linda Fairstein resigns from the Safe Horizon Board of Directors
Yarmouth reception to honor retiring police chief
Gerard Batten quits as Ukip leader after losing every Ukip MEP seat, including his own
GRPS teacher fired after federal indictment for seeking sex with girl, 13
GameStop CFO Leaving Company in Leadership Shake-up
Health system president and CEO retiring
PreveCeutical granted C$300K loan; announces resignation of board member
Leishman retiring after 23 years
Warring Labour councillors resign in mass exodus after election concerns
Retiring FBI agent gives intimate look at 30-year career
Greek Lieutenant General resigns from Defense Ministry
Berkeley County Schools honor retiring employees
Professor Who Called Students Fat and Joked About Shooting Them Resigns
Stephen Clay resigns from City-County Council
Humane Society director in Gadsden fired abruptly
'Ready for the next phase of life': After eight seasons at the helm, Erstad resigns as Husker baseball coach
New Mexico Jazz Teacher Fired for Making Fake Awards
#6358779 at 2019-04-29 17:55:38 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8131: Monday Forecast: Shaliday with a Chance of PAIN Edition
Twitter Bans British Political Candidates Ahead of European Elections
Twitter is meddling in the upcoming European elections. The social network recently banned the campaign pages of prominent UKIP candidate Carl Benjamin (a.k.a "Sargon of Akkad") and Tommy Robinson, an adviser to UKIP leader Gerard Batten and independent candidate in the upcoming European elections in Britain.
#6170718 at 2019-04-14 05:22:37 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7891: Misspellings Matter Edition
Our boy Nigel is back in the game!
The Brexit Party: "UKIP but without the far-right", claims Legend Nigel Farage.
Nigel Farage, the leader of the new Brexit Party, says his anti-EU group will mirror UKIP on policies, but when it comes to personnel there will be a "vast difference," with no far-right faction, RT.com reports.
The former UKIP leader launches his new party in Coventry on Friday in preparation for fighting European elections that the UK may be forced to participate in on May 23, if a Brexit deal cannot be passed by British lawmakers.
Speaking on BBC 4's Today program, Farage, who quit UKIP in December due to what he saw as leader, Gerard Batten's "obsession" with former head of the EDL, Tommy Robinson, claims his Brexit Party will not have such far-right individuals.
"UKIP did struggle to get enough good people into it but unfortunately what it's chosen to do is allow the far right to join it and effectively take it over and I'm afraid the brand is now tarnished."
Farage is hoping to attract support from disgruntled pro-Brexit Tories, unhappy with Prime Minister Theresa May delaying the UK's exit from the European Union.
The hardline Brexiteer also revealed that his party would not be taking donations from Aaron Banks, the millionaire who helped to bankroll UKIP, suggesting the businessman wants to stay out of the spotlight when it comes to political donations.
The UK Parliament is currently in recess until April 23, giving Farage's Brexit Party the opportunity to grab the media and public's attention, and take advantage of the fact that the issue of Brexit is dominating political discourse in Britain.
The former Ukip leader made the dramatic announcement on his LBC show on Tuesday night.
He was critical of the party's current leader Gerard Batten, who recently appointed Tommy Robinson as an advisor.
"I have worked tirelessly for Ukip," Nigel said.
"I made sure we talked about tough issues, but we absolutely excluded anybody who'd ever been a member of the BNP, the EDL.
"We wanted to make sure that when the abuse was thrown at us it couldn't be possibly proved true.
"I'm afraid that under this leader Gerard Batten, a lot has changed.
"He seems to be pretty obsessed with the issue of Islam, not just islamic extremism, but Islam and Ukip wasn't founded to be a party based on fighting a religious crusade.
"And also obsessed with this figure called Tommy Robinson."
Nigel said Ukip was being turned into a party of "street activism", an outcome he described as "catastrophic".
"I don't recognise the party I once I helped found and fought for for all of those years," he continued.
"So with very great reluctance I have now resigned my membership of Ukip.
"I've cancelled my standing order at the bank, I'm no longer a member of Ukip."
EnglishAnon Loves Farage…WWG1WGA
#4152413 at 2018-12-04 23:30:33 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5287: Graham Theatre Edition
More on Nigel Farage leaving UKIP.
Tommy Robinson is UKIP's new Political adviser.
Wikipaedia says this;
Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon (born 27 November 1982), known by the pseudonym Tommy Robinson, and previously as Andrew McMaster, Paul Harris and Wayne King, is an English far-right activist serving as a political adviser to the Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Gerard Batten since November 2018.
Wikipaedia goes on–
Robinson denies racism and antisemitism, and has declared his support for the Jewish people and Israel, calling himself a Zionist.[2
Wikipaedia also describes convictions for assault.
In summary; UKIP's Political adviser is a Zionist with alleged (and very plausible) links to Mossad.
It seems very likely that Tommy Robinson's job is to derail Brexit; not help it.
Nigel Farage was spot on.
Source- Wikipaedia- Tommy Robinson.
#4150059 at 2018-12-04 20:32:38 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5284: Foreign Automakers Edition
>Mr Farage had previously called for Ukip leader Gerard Batten to be ousted after he appointed English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson as an adviser.
Why, because (((Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon))) is controlled opposition?
#4005565 at 2018-11-23 19:36:00 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5096: Chief Justice Roberts in the Spotlight Edition
UKIP Divided as Farage Slams 'Shameful' Tommy Robinson Appointment, Calls for Batten to Be Ousted
"Nigel Farage is right", a senior party source told Breitbart Friday after the former UKIP boss said he was "appalled" by the party's current leader appointing activist Tommy Robinson as an adviser, calling for Gerard Batten to be ousted and for a renewed focus on Brexit.
Under Mr Farage's leadership, UKIP went to lengths to exclude and ban all former members of the English Defence League (EDL), who were known for rowdy street protests, and the openly racist British National Party (BNP).
Mr Robinson, whilst now a campaigner against racism and extremism, was briefly a BNP member as a young man and is perhaps best known for having founded and led the EDL before leaving the organisation, finding that it had been infiltrated by extremists.
He has not been approved as a party member but will advise Mr Batten on street grooming rape gangs and prison reform in a private capacity, which Mr Batten pointed out Robinson has "personal experience of," on BBC news Friday.
Mr Batten came out fighting Friday, writing on social media: "Nigel Farage has reportedly said on the radio this morning that the NEC should hold a vote of no confidence in me.
"This is the same NEC Nigel described as 'low grade people' and a 'swamp that needed to be drained'. I will be in the media today commenting."
Batten was appointed as UKIP leader after former leader Henry Bolton was pushed out in February following a scandal involving his personal life.
Many in the party expected a leadership contest after the official Brexit day in March, with some senior members already considering bids, Breitbart London understands. Tommy Robinson's membership is likely to be a proxy issue in that contest.
#4003474 at 2018-11-23 13:14:49 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5094: ebake
Far-right activist Robinson appointed adviser to UKIP leader
LONDON (Reuters) - The leader of the eurosceptic United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) has appointed far-right activist Tommy Robinson as an adviser.
Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, is the founder of the English Defence League, which has staged violent demonstrations against Islam.
Under current UKIP party rules, he is barred from joining the party, leading party leader Gerard Batten to appoint him as an adviser in a personal capacity.
Mrs Merkel outlined three more key things she wants:
1. Common Foreign & Security Policy.
2. Common monetary policy & Banking Union.
3. Common Immigration & Refugee Policy.
Can't say Europe has not been warned of what's in store.
#3743982 at 2018-11-05 21:59:04 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4755: First Rally Of The Day Edition
Jewish groups call on UKIP to break up with 'vile' Alex Jones' Infowars in anti-Semitism row
British Jewish groups have accused UKIP of indulging in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories through its links with Alex Jones' right-wing website, Infowars, calling on the party to disassociate itself from the "vile" website.
The calls come in the wake of pipe bomb plots that targeted 14 high profile figures in the US including billionaire investor George Soros, and the Pittsburgh synagogue attack that saw 11 people killed and 7 injured - with Infowars being accused of "propagating conspiracy theories and dog whistle anti-Semitism" over the incidents, The Guardian reports.
One of UKIP's latest high profile recruits is Infowars' editor-at-large Paul Joseph Watson. Watson was one of three eye-catching Youtube personalities signed up by UKIP leader Gerard Batten in June this year, to breathe new life and attract a younger demographic into the right wing party.
Jewish organisations hit out at UKIP's apparent links with Jones' website. A spokesman for the Board of Deputies of British Jews called on the party to expel any members found indulging in anti-Semitic conspiracies.
"We call on the party leadership to publicly and unequivocally disassociate themselves from these views and to expel any members who are found to hold them," he said.
Another Jewish group, the Community Security Trust, has lamented how "anti-Semitism and conspiracy theories" have seeped into mainstream politics, saying that it "encourages hatred and undermines democracy."
"Rather than shunning these dangers, UKIP appears to be embracing them," the group said.
Infowars regularly attacks Soros for being a "globalist," and has recently claimed he along with the UN is responsible for the migrant caravan currently marching towards the US border. Jones, who has been accused of peddling conspiracy theories has also argued that the bomb plot was a "false flag" event.
Commenting on the Pittsburgh synagogue murders in October, Jones said the attack could have been initiated by "the deep state." He claimed the government could have been "planning with groups they control to stage terror attacks" before the US midterm elections.
Watson and Jones deny claims they are anti-Semitic with Watson not having publicly endorsed many of his boss' more outlandish conspiracy theories. The young YouTuber, who has 1.4 million subscribers, has taken to social media to take a pop at The Guardian's story.
UKIP's links with Infowars through Watson has prompted renewed concerns regarding the direction of the UK's fourth-biggest party - going by polling numbers, which has lurched further right under Batten, with an emphasis on Islam.
#3665811 at 2018-10-30 20:00:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4654: Mexican Tent City Edition
EU wants to stop YouTubers making videos criticizing their doomed project says UKIP
EU-backed copyright rules could force YouTube to 'bank account' holders from uploading their videos, according to Susan Wojcicki of YouTube.
In a message to account holders Susan warned that Article 13 "threatens to shut down the ability of millions of people - from creators like you to everyday users - to upload content to platforms like YouTube".
Ms. Wojcicki warned that "It threatens to block users in the EU from viewing content that is already live on the channels of creators everywhere..."
Gerard Batten, UKIP Leader had this to say regarding the ulterior motives of the duplicitous Article 13:
"Article 13 has nothing to do with protecting the rights of artists and everything to do with shutting down independent political content on the internet.
"Internet memes play a major role in stoking up interest in political issues and disseminating ideas. Most memes use copyrighted materials under the existing 'fair usage' rules from popular culture - after all, using popular culture makes politics more interesting.
"The establishment sneer at anything popular, whether it's popular culture or populist politics. The EU isn't popular at all, which is why they want to stop YouTubers making videos criticising their doomed project.
"UKIP stands against this ridiculous law and we are working with prominent YouTubers Sargon of Akkad and Count Dankula to block it."
#3461318 at 2018-10-13 09:07:42 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4389: 11.11 Provided As Strategic Marker Edition
Gerard Batten (UKIP) goes HAM on Jo Coburn (BBC "journo")
re: direction of UKIP & accusation of agitating violence
#3143250 at 2018-09-23 00:32:55 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3978: Shake Your Shovel Saturday Edition
'Is UKIP in danger of a first step to Muslim concentration camps?': Party is blasted after putting forward Muslim-only prisons plan 'to stop extremists converting fellow inmates'
UKIP has called for Muslim-only jails to stop extremist prisoners converting fellow inmates to their ideology.
A manifesto released for this weekend's UKIP conference in Birmingham also called for the screening of Muslim immigrants to stop extremists arriving in the UK.
But activist Maajid Nawaz said the proposed policy was in 'danger of becoming a first step to Muslim concentration camps'.
The hard-line proposals came as UKIP leader Gerard Batten denied that he was steering the party to the far right, after he confirmed that Tommy Robinson would be allowed to join the party.
Former leader Nigel Farage warned the party faces 'total and utter marginalisation' if it moves to the extremes of politics.
#3089224 at 2018-09-19 20:22:59 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3909: Cozy Afternoon Edition
May Govt Says 'Pro-Brexit' MPs Must Back 'Soft' Brexit or Face Second Referendum
A senior member of Theresa May's government has threatened "pro-Brexit" MPs, saying that unless the Prime Minister's plan for a "soft" exit from the bloc is supported in Parliament, there will be a second referendum.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Melvyn Stride (pictured, right) also implied his government could make further concessions to the bloc, saying they will "get a deal based around Chequers" on Sky News Wednesday.
The Chequers plan already proposes the UK follows all the bloc's rules on goods, severely restricting the ability to control trade policy, and meaning the UK has to accept rules with no role in making them.
The "right of the party, the pro-Brexit wing," Mr Stride said, "will be very concerned we'll end up where we could have a second referendum or we could end up not leaving the EU altogether, so there is a danger of that happening if Chequers does not prevail."
His senior, the Chancellor and head of the Treasury, is Phillip Hammond (pictured, left), who has been a fierce opponent of Brexit and continues to push for the UK to remain locked in the EU's Single Market.
However, Mr Stride also threatened those who are against Brexit altogether, saying they must back Mrs May's plan or there could be a clean, full exit from the EU.
"I think those on the other end of the spectrum will equally be very concerned that if Chequers does not prevail, we could end up in a 'no deal' situation," he added.
Responding to similar threats Monday, UKIP's leader Gerard Batten commented: "After a summer of dripping Project Fear 2.0 into the public's ears, Mrs May has put down an in or out option.
"UKIP has always said that no deal, which is really reverting to WTO terms, is better than a bad deal with the EU.
"Mrs May's deal, whatever the particulars, will not be what the British people voted for on June 23rd, 2016, it will be Brexit in name only.
"I call on all Leave MPs to reject the flimsy agreement Mrs May is putting together and support a full unencumbered exit from the EU under World Trade Organisation rules."
The threats from Mrs May's government come as European Council President Donald Tusk warns the Chequers planed needs a "rework" ahead on a crunch meeting in Salzburg Wednesday night.
"On the Irish question and the framework for economic cooperation the UK's proposal needs to be reworked," he told a news conference Wednesday.
#2767665 at 2018-08-28 19:38:34 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3496: ULTIMATE Command Edition
Theresa May Announces Support For South African 'No Compensation' Land Reform
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her backing of the controversial South African proposal to strip farmers of their land without compensation as long as the process is done in a "legal" manner.
The UK PM's support for the land reform expropriation without compensation, which is currently not possible and requires changes to the South African constitution to implement, came during her first trip to the African continent this week, Independent Online reports.
In a statement on Tuesday, Mrs May said: "The UK has for some time now supported land reform. Land reform that is legal, that is transparent, that is generated through a democratic process. It's an issue that I raised and discussed with President Ramaphosa when he was in London earlier this year. I'll be talking about it with him later today."
Gerard Batten, leader of UKIP, slammed May's comments saying: "Theresa May says she supports land reform in South Africa that is legal. Many countries in the world have taken actions which are 'legal', but that doesn't make them morally right."
"It is reprehensible that Mrs May is standing shoulder to shoulder with the leader of a country who enacts these racist policies. This government has no credibility whatsoever when it speaks of protecting human rights if it looks the other way when our supposed international partners commit abuses."
"White farmers are having their land taken away, they are being attacked and murdered for no other reason than they are white. It should be the duty of international leaders to speak up against what is a form of ethnic cleansing, not condone it by mealy-mouthed references to legality," he added.
#2164978 at 2018-07-15 20:36:51 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2729 POTUS to Helsinki for Operation AMERICAFIRST
this was also a pro-trump march, but moar for Tommy:
The #FreeTommy march on 14 July on Whitehall had an amazing turnout. This, despite police telling people they weren't allowed in and some were outright lied to being told that the event had been cancelled.
Other patriots were being stopped from bringing Sadiq Khan 'Free Speech' mockery balloons. Which is ironic given he felt free speech was more important than 'hurt feelings' when it was about the Trump 'blimp' [it was the size of a balloon, not so much a blimp by general definitions]. Are the police are now just Sadiq Khan's ground troops? Are they at the ready to enforce the mayor's political agenda?
Raheem Kassam emceed the event which had speakers such as Gerard Batten, Lord Pearson and, though the British Government attempted to stop him, Geert Wilders! Geert's speech was pre-recorded and shown on the large screen.
Gerard Batten, MEP and leader of UKIP said to the thousands of marchers, "In my view, Tommy Robinson has been imprisoned much more for who he is and what he says rather than for what he has supposed to have done."
He went on to further say, "And he has indeed broken the law but a real criminal is someone who preys upon the weak and defenceless. Tommy Robinson is somebody who has chosen to defend the weak and the helpless."
"Some people who have broken the law have gone on to become heroes and heroins."
"The suffragists broke the law they are now national heroins."
"Mahatma Ghandi broke the law, he was arrested and convicted 13 times between 1908 and 1942. He is now regarded as a national hero of Indian independence."
"Nelson Mandella served 28 years in prison for terrorist offences, he was actually conspiring to murder people yet he is now regarded as an international hero"
"These people were convicted criminals but history has judged that they were on the right side of a great cause."
The crowd cheered as Geert's pre-recorded speech played, it was genuinely as if he was really there. The government's attempts to silence him, spectacularly failed.
#2109565 at 2018-07-10 23:47:59 (UTC+1) #2659 POTUS in Brussels Edition
Great speech by British MEP Gerard Batten - if you don't know how the EU was created and how it was a NAZI post war plan to govern the continent then have a listen and learn something…oh, and it's coming home!
#2096870 at 2018-07-10 00:57:50 (UTC+1) Q Research #2644: "SCOTUS Pick at 9PM" Edition
>once interim UKIP leader Gerard Batten reaches the end of his term in March
probably after (not sure)
#2096783 at 2018-07-10 00:48:26 (UTC+1) Q Research #2644: "SCOTUS Pick at 9PM" Edition
Nigel Farage, who two years ago exited from UK politics, pledged to return to campaigning over Brexit once interim UKIP leader Gerard Batten reaches the end of his term in March. The traditionally outspoken Farage blasted Prime Minister Theresa May as she fights off a rebellion from within the conservative party following the resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis.
The former trader dedicated his political career to pulling Britain out of the EU, and still serves as an member of the European Parliament for South East England. The ex-UKIP leader - who was one of the architects of Brexit, having been a leading voice in the campaign to leave - blasted the PM as "awful" and warned the "latest Brexit betrayal must be reversed".
Earlier today he congratulated former Foreign Minister Boris Johnson for his decision to quit May's cabinet.
In a follow up tweet, Farage said that "unless Brexit is back on track by March 2019, I will seriously consider putting my name forward to return as @UKIP leader. The will of 17.4m voters must be carried out."
To some, Farage's bluster comes far too late: UKIP have no MPs, and won just 1.8% of the vote at the last election - down by nearly 11% from 2015.
That has not dented Farag's spirit who said: "I can assure any Conservatives listening to this, sitting in marginal seats, who are not prepared to stand up and honour the wishes of the electorate, I will make damn sure in that situation that you all lose your seats… Because there are millions of Conservative voters very unhappy indeed."
Previously Farage served as UKIP leader between 2006 and 2009, and returned to the job between 2010 and 2016. In September and October 2016 the 54-year-old took up the reins for a third time after Diane James's surprise resignation after 18 days as leader.
Farage's announcement comes amid a day of chaos in the Cabinet as the PM faced Boris Johnson and David Davis resigning over her stance on Brexit.
Farage also penned a Telegraph Op-ed on the topic, which can be read here.
do it nigel
#2086240 at 2018-07-09 03:27:43 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2631 England Fight's Back Edition
UKIP leader Gerard Batten has sparked controversy by claiming that the EU is based on a Nazi plan to rule the continent if they had won world war two.
The London MEP said the European economic community, which Britain joined in 1973 and later became the EU, was a "Nazi legacy" that inspired current policies like farming subsidies.
Batten made the comments at the European Parliament in Strasbourg during a debate on the future of Europe with Poland's prime minister.
He said: "The Germans lost the shooting war but they did not lose their ambitions. Nazi Germany left us a legacy.
"Back in, I think it was 1942, when the Germans thought they were going to win the war, they wrote a plan for how they were going to govern their new empire.
"It was called the European economic community. They were going to have interest rates linked to the Reichsmark, they were going to have a common agricultural policy, a common industrial policy, a common policy for everything.
"That plan resurfaced in 1957 as the European Economic Community."
Batten was heckled by other MEPs in the chamber as he made the remarks.
Labour's leader in the European Parliament, Richard Corbett, called Batten's comments "completely unacceptable."
He said they were a "mix of paranoia, fantasy and historical revisionism with their trademark topping of xenophobia."
"Ukip and Gerard Batten are an embarrassment to Britain and a complete waste of time and money," Corbett concluded.
The plan for the foundation of what has become the EU was created by two French politicians, Robert Schuman and Jean Monnet.
During world war two, Schuman served in the French resistance and Monnet worked for the British government before taking a post in the French government in exile.
After the war, they created what became the European steel and coal community in an effort to stop future wars between French and Germany over resources.
At the same time, Winston Churchill was calling for a "United States of Europe."
Batten returned to world war two later in his speech as he appealed for the Polish prime minister to use his place in the European Council to support Brexit.
"I would ask you, as we came to your assistance in 1939, that you come to our assistance," he said.
#1796025 at 2018-06-18 12:45:31 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2261 A Night with Q (honored) Edition
This is invasion, not immigration. Rebellion is now stirring! - UKIP Leader Gerard Batten MEP
#1733997 at 2018-06-13 23:13:12 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2182: Will you Fight? Will YOU Defend? Edition
Gerard Batten is associated with Tommy Robinson, Anne-Marie Waters etc. so I wouldn't trust him.
Farage hinted will be back to guide the UK to a proper Brexit
#1730582 at 2018-06-13 19:23:06 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2178: Who Feels It Knows It Edition
"You used the emotional blackmail argument of talking about helping defenseless refugee families. And yet, the reality is that the vast majority of these migrants are young men from Islamic countries," said Gerard Batten
#1001288 at 2018-04-11 22:47:09 (UTC+1) Qresearch #1247: There Are Tits in Heaven Edition
"A Question hanging over our Sovereign" - Gerard Batten MEP
8chan/8kun QResearch UK Posts (2)
#7335480 at 2019-08-04 13:17:50 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #8: Boris, Brexit and Boom Times Edition
UKIP was infiltrated by the deepstate in some form, hence why Nigel left and started his own party. In UKIP he was fighting an unwinnable battle against the deepstate, with the brexit party he has full control.
You only have to look at how Gerard Batten backed Tommy Robinson (another known 'asset'), to realise UKIP is comp'd and who it's probably comp'd by.
Farage is very much //our guy//
Anyone saying otherwise either hasn't done enough Q research, or is just another shill for the establishment.
#6186127 at 2019-04-15 18:35:12 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #5: Brexit Fkry edition Ebake