Where does the name Farage come from?

I have often found myself wondering about the name Farage.  There is the point about how it should be pronounced which I don’t mean.  I wonder where the name originally comes from.

I’m reading The Periodic Table by Primo Levi, an Italian Jew who survived incarceration in Auschwitz during WW2.  He claims that an Italian bricklayer working on the site gave him food which saved his life.

The part where he lists out what he knows about who his ancestors were throws up a name which caught my eye.  The name is Jarach.  He writes –

The name of the town Lunel near the mouth of the Rhone between Montpellier and Nimes was translated into the Hebrew ‘yareakh’ – meaning ‘Moon’ or luna in Italian, and from this derived the Jewish-Piedmontese surname Jarach.

I don’t think the name Nigel Moon would have quite the cachet of Nigel Farage.

The letter J can easily switch to H or F, and ‘ch’ to ‘ge’.  It doesn’t mean he’s crypto-Jew necessarily as that would only pass through the maternal side.  Nor does it exclude the possibility.  His father is a stockbroker in the City of London.  It’s not easy to get a picture.

Wikipedia –

Farage was born in Downe in Kent, England, the son of Barbara (née Stevens) and Guy Justus Oscar Farage.  The Farage name comes from a distant Huguenot ancestor.

TAP – (Huguenot is suggesting Protestant or Orange descent, but with no name, location or date provided, we are left wondering.)

One of his great-grandfathers was born to German parents who migrated to London in the 19th century.

TAP – (No date, no name, no locations provided.  Were they Jewish immigrants fleeing to London like so many others?  Without information, how can we tell?)

His grandfather, Private Harry Farage, fought and was wounded in the First World War. His father was a stockbroker who worked in the City of London. A 2012 BBC Radio 4 profile described Guy Farage as an alcoholic[17] who left the family home when Nigel was five years old.

TAP – (His father was still working in the City when Nigel Farage was battling John Bercow at Buckingham and expressed relief Nigel survived the plane crash.  I know because I was with my uncle when they spoke on the phone.)

From 1975 to 1982, Farage was educated at Dulwich College, a fee-paying independent school in south London. In his autobiography he pays tribute to the careers advice he received there from England Test cricketer John Dewes, “who must have spotted that I was quite ballsy, probably good on a platform, unafraid of the limelight, a bit noisy and good at selling things”.[23]

TAP – That sounds like acting ability, as well as the qualities referred to.  He had a discovery of his talent, not apparently of a cause which drove him on.

On leaving school in 1982, he decided not to go to university, but to work in the City, trading commodities at the London Metal Exchange.[17] Initially, he joined the American commodity operation of brokerage firm Drexel Burnham Lambert,[19] transferring to Crédit Lyonnais Rouse in 1986.[19] He joined Refco in 1994, and Natexis Metals in 2003.

TAP – Natexis is owned by a major French bank.

Overall there must be more known, so I suspect a certain amount of scrubbing has gone on.  It was more common for Jewish people to migrate to London than German, for example.  Was the great grandfather from Germany on the paternal or the maternal side?  The story is quick to grab anything quintessentially British and splash more detail than necessary, but slow to give any details of who the Farages really are,  where the information would be known and could be given, but isn’t.

His mother may have had an English father called Stevens but could still be Jewish, as it passes via the mother.  Farage could be another example of the common practice among politicians, and the peerage in general, of hiding Jewish descent.  In recent years – Blair, Cameron, Brown, Clegg, Salmond and many many others.

The true history would be fascinating, but we are unlikely to be given more details.  Maybe someone can check a genealogy site and give the link to some more information if it’s there.  What’s the betting much has been scrubbed, maybe both sides?

Was his ‘grandfather’, presumably meaning the father of  his father named Guy Justus Oscar Farage, really called Harry?  Or was he Ari?!

That’s before we mention the word Freemasonry, of which you can see handshake evidence in photographs.

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9 Responses to “Where does the name Farage come from?”

  1. NPP says:

    He was certainly having a dig at Corbyn the other night on his LBC show.
    Farage has blind devotion to Churchill and infers a sympathy toward Israel.
    There are characters who do have allegiances and affection for certain people and issues just because that has been their education and understanding.
    If Farage and Trump were given an Ian R. Crane presentation they may well change their views on fracking.
    If the revisionists were given a reasonable platform, they would have to consider different versions of the official story of WWI & II.

    It is the accusations of racist applied to Farage I find silly. He may hold various views, but he does not seem to care about creed nor colour.

    • Tapestry says:

      Churchill was a crypto-Jew, and a puppet of the Illuminati. At least Farage makes his own speeches. Churchill’s were written for him, as with many politicians. Churchill’s were also recorded for him by the actor Norman Shelley. I imagine Farage writes his own as well as speaking them.

      He may however be a crypto-Jew and even a puppet of the Illuminati to boot. Brexit just a game as Crane says.

  2. Tom74 says:

    It is significant that for all his vitriol at ‘undemocratic’ EU institutions, Farage never attacks undemocratic UK institutions such as the House of Lords or the Monarchy, and does not launch personal attacks on Conservative politicians. Nor does he attack American politicians or the American state, despite their powerful influence over the UK, most notably on foreign policy. If he really wanted to ‘take back control’ wouldn’t he do that?
    He has been very useful for the Tories as he allows them to pose as centrist and helping to defeat Labour in Brexit-inclined constituencies.
    As to his name – that’s a new one on me. Nigel Moon does sound a bit weird but then I never heard Keith Moon complain.

    • Tapestry says:

      NF always said that UKIP does well when the Conservatives do well. Corbyn pitched for this vote at the last election, but has since, on the quiet, renounced BREXIT. Many UKIPPERS went to Labour. Farage’s support of Trump and his arrogance is calling for the role of UK ambassador to the US were interesting steps. Along with his ongoing lack of criticism of the US’ influence on, control of the UK, his association with Murdoch, he doesn’t look like a spent force, although UKIP does. Will the former leader of Dad’s Army end up as another Russia bater, or will he just hold his silence during the Conservative push for war? Either way Illuminati control appears likely. As a force for democratic good, and peace, has he any more to offer? Or is a Churchillian role appealing? Bollocks Johnson is playing those cards right now, but if he stumbles, Jarach might be hoping for a stab at the part. Meanwhile he bides his time at LBC waiting to see which way the cookie will crumble.

  3. NPP says:

    Corbyn is set to win the next election… latest Semolina and Russian issues will have people feeling sympathetic toward him; he will benefit.

    Re The Lords. The Monarchy… I don’t give a fig about them, but, before dismissing, consider the real and actual British constitution and their possible useful place:
    https://www.britishconstitutiongroup.com/british-constitution

    • Aldous says:

      Hi NPP. So what if controlled opposition Corbyn does ‘win’ the next ZOG election? Same goes for controlled opposition Farage. You know this to be true?

      We are dealing with a satanic monster that bombs the hell out of sovereign nations. The likes of Corbyn and Farage are not going to deter or impress them one bit.

  4. Aldous says:

    Basically, if you can see them and they are in front of the curtain then they are controlled.
    This is the Illuminati’s (not now so well hidden) modus operandi.

  5. Aldous says:

    People are ‘controlled’ even though they are oblivious to the fact.
    A limited hangout of truth and reality is absolutely essential if an Orwellian regime is to be imposed by stealth on the unsuspecting proles.

    • Tapestry says:

      I agree Aldous but the Illuminati have a preferred winner for each electoral contest. Denying Farage a seat in Thanet East provides some credibility for his alternative media status. The Conservative campaign at the GE appeared to be deliberately sabotaged from policy output point of view. Why would the Illuminati prefer Corbyn who is apparently anti-war, or is that just another con? Has the cabal split up into two camps recently? As with Brexit, Trump vs Clinton, there are clearly plenty of sparks flying up top. Also the Novickuckle nonsense being blocked by Israel indicates lack of cohesion in the supposed single world government. Trump failed to tweet in support also. Is it Clinton/Osman rush to war versus Trump/Israel ‘let’s take our time’? I ain’t a bloody clue.

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