Farage should be careful talking up Putin

The article below highlights the depths of so-called journalism to which the msm has sunk.

Ever since that LBC debate with Farage and clegg which appeared to be biased in favour of clegg, if the amount of unrestricted interruptions by clegg are anything to go by!  the msm have blatantly tried to minimise what was a devastating victory for Farage and then subsequently printing attacks on him and yet more lies and disinformation in a vain attempt to paint a completely false picture compared to reality.  In today’s daily fail, see the article relating to Nigel’s comments about Putin and how this is now being played to cast him in a negative light for saying “the eu has blood on it’s hands’ over ukraine”  Facts are facts and Nigel is 100% correct and bugged/leaked ‘phone calls/comments and admissions by the west/eu have proven the veracity of his statement. 
Furthermore, as if the ongoing smearing tactics were not enough we see a reference again today: “assad used poison gas against his own people”  It is now common knowledge this is a blatant lie perpetrated by the west in the aftermath of western/saudi initiated/trained/supported international thugs who actually used the gas.   This was then manipulated by all the msm including daily fail/bbx/sky etc. in the failed attempt to take the west into a bombing war against Syria.

Shame on the daily mail and shame on “reporter” jason groves for perpetuating such  bare-faced lies!!
Everyone involved in these deceptions should be prosecuted for sedition and treason.!

Why I admire Putin, by Farage: Ukip leader praises Russian President as superb ‘operator’ who has outwitted the West

  • Ukip leader Nigel Farage has praised Russian President Putin
  • He said he didn’t approve of his politics, but personally admired him
  • He said his handling of the Syrian civil war had been ‘brilliant’
  • Russia was criticised for propping up tyrannical leader Bashar Al-Assad
  • Last year Al-Assad used poison gas against his own civilians
PUBLISHED: 00:00 GMT, 31 March 2014 | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 31 March 2014






Nigel Farage has praised Putin's handling of the Syrian civil war as 'brilliant', despite the country propping up tyrant Bashar Al-Assad who gassed his own civilians, including children, last year

Nigel Farage has praised Putin’s handling of the Syrian civil war as ‘brilliant’, despite the country propping up tyrant Bashar Al-Assad who gassed his own civilians, including children, last year
Nigel Farage today names Vladimir Putin as a political hero, saying his handling of the brutal civil war in Syria has been ‘brilliant’.
In an extraordinary intervention, Mr Farage praised the thuggish Russian President as a superb ‘operator’ who had succeeded in outwitting the West.
The comments will reopen the row about the UK Independence Party leader’s outspoken views on foreign policy.
Asked which current world leader he most admired, Mr Farage told GQ magazine: ‘As an operator, but not as a human being, I would say Putin.
‘The way he played the whole Syria thing. Brilliant. Not that I approve of him politically. How many journalists in jail now?’
Last week Mr Farage sparked a furious row after claiming the European Union had ‘blood on its hands’ for provoking Russia over Ukraine.
He said he did not approve of Mr Putin’s annexation of Crimea, but said EU leaders had been ‘weak and vain’, adding: ‘If you poke the Russian bear with a stick he will respond.’
Russian state television said Mr Farage had ‘directly accused the EU of a coup d’état in Ukraine’, and suggested polls showed the majority of British people agreed with him.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who will hold the second of two debate on Europe with Mr Farage tomorrow, described his comments as ‘perverse’.
He added: ‘It shows quite how extreme people can be when their loathing of the EU becomes so all-consuming that they even end up siding with Vladimir Putin to make their point.’
The praise for Russia’s handling of the Syria crisis will raise fresh controversy, given Moscow’s role in propping up the hated regime of tyrant Bashar al-Assad.
Russia is even accused of assisting the supply of chemical weapons that were used by the Assad regime in a barbaric against innocent civilians, including children, last year.
However, even Russia’s harshest critics acknowledge Moscow then played a strong diplomatic hand to head off the threat of retaliatory strikes by the West on its ally.
When asked who he admired politically, Mr Farage cited Putin, praising his strong political will and ability to outwit the West while defending his allies

When asked who he admired politically, Mr Farage cited Putin, praising his strong political will and ability to outwit the West while defending his allies
Mr Farage’s praise for the Russian president was in stark contrast to his unflattering assessment of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
‘She is incredibly cold,’ he said. ‘I always say – I agree this is a bit rude – but whatever you think of the public image of Merkel, in private she is even more miserable. I warm to more extrovert people.’ 
Asked to say ‘something nice’ about the three major party leaders, the normally garrulous Mr Farage was almost lost for words, describing each of them as ‘nice’.
He said Mr Cameron was ‘a perfectly nice fellow who stands four-square for nothing,’ Mr Miliband a ‘nice chap, not very worldly – I would love to see him in a working men’s club in Newcastle’, while Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg – who took on Mr Farage in a TV debate last week – was a ‘very nice guy, just wrong’.
Asked who he would like to win the election, assuming Ukip does not, he replied: ‘I don’t care… If I was back in the London Metal Exchange I’d not give a toss, because 100 per cent of the legislation affecting me is made in Brussels.’
In a wide-ranging interview he also suggested he would like to become a US-style radio ‘shock jock’ when he eventually quite politics.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2593006/Why-I-admire-Putin-Farage-Ukip-leader-praises-Russian-President-superb-operator-outwitted-West.html#ixzz2xWCclTLQ
TAP –  The EU is designed to collapse bringing all the countries that are its members down with it, and its beleaguered currency.  Whether that is to happen through means economic or military cannot be seen by anyone at this stage.  Putin might be seen by many as a resister of the New World Order and of the Zionists, but rest assured, just as Hitler was seen as the bastion to fight against Communism and the Zionists, Putin is not a freedom fighter for humanity and national sovereignty.  On the contrary, his role is to create the war which will justify the ending of democracy in the west, making UKIP’s attempts to hold on to any kind of democratic basis of running Britain irrelevant.

Farage is right to see that the EU is making all the running in stirring up conflict around the Eurasian land mass, and it’s good to see their efforts being brushed off firmly by Putin who’s had a decade and more to get ready for what he’s now up against.  War is theatre, though, and Putin knows his ultimate role is to throw his own people and country away to world government.  He cannot seriously expect to take on the naval power of NATO and win.  He can delay the inevitable clash, but by doing so, will only ensure it is the monumental punch-up which the Archontic world government desires it to be.  Putin is of illegitimate Royal background.  I wouldn’t hold out much hope for him being a great promoter of the kind of world NIgel Farage would approve, even though I can understand his feeling pleased with anyone that cocks a snoop at his old enemies in Brussels.

Putin seems happy enough for this kind of brutality to be endemic in Russia’s prisons.

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11 Responses to “Farage should be careful talking up Putin”

  1. Todd Packer says:

    Tap. I really like your blog and think youre doing a great thing, of awakening people. But i really hope youve made a mistake about Putin. If what you say is right, then we really are doomed. What way out of it is there? Cobra says Putins agenda happens to coincide with ours, against the zionists and NWO, but hes not part of theLight forces White hats. I had the wind knocked outmy sails reading your comment, it makes me feel like giving upand giving into depression, whats playing out. Adam Newcastle

  2. Tapestry says:

    Where Farage is on stronger ground is in his saying that Britain doesn’t to be involved in endless overseas military entanglements. Be grateful for anything from any politician that could lead to a better direction being taken. I would back Farage at this stage as what choice doe we have. Owen Paterson looked good at one time but is Monsanto’s head sales rep. The Conservatives have nothing to offer. They should led away and shot – electorally I mean.

  3. Anonymous says:

    A Google Search of the term “Invasion of Crimea” yields an eye-popping 158 Million results….each of them a LIE!

    Brother Nathaniel Kapner, the brilliant scholar of Internet video fame, has said that Vladimir Putin is “God-protected”.

    This must be the case. For only God himself could have staged the “invasion” of Crimea. You see folks, Crimea is a peninsula that does not even border Russia!

    Well, maybe airborne paratroopers “invaded”; like in the movie, ‘Red Dawn’, maybe?

    NO! Even the Putin-hating media has never alleged that an airborne ‘invasion’ occurred.

    Well, maybe it was an amphibious, D-Day style invasion of fortified beaches – like in the movie, ‘Saving Private Ryan’, maybe?

    NO! Even the Putin-hating media has never alleged that a naval ‘invasion’ occurred.

    So, if a land ‘invasion’ was not physically possible, and neither air nor naval ‘invasions’ took place, then what really happened?

    What happened is EXACTLY what Putin says happened.

    Local Crimean self-defense units deployed themselves after the Kiev government was overthrown. Their purpose was to make sure that violent, Western backed “rebels” didn’t start any trouble in Crimea.


    As far as Farrage goes, and I agree, Putin handled things brilliantly regarding Syria and Crimea outwitting the West by decisive swift action. I don’t entirely agree with Tap’s comment but nevertheless being of an open minded disposition await to see how things pan out.

  4. Anonymous says:

    For the crimes of high treason and many other crimes increasingly compounding a subjugated people & deliberately degenerating freedoms i suggest the traitors who knowingly brought our country to this point should be force-marched away and shot….literally!

    I am so thankful for the steady presence and control exerted by Putin on so many occasions now. He has correctly read the real intentions and actions by the west in their pure evil fomenting behind the facade of civility, democracy and “human rights” If not for Putin we would already be embroiled in global catastrophe and death on a scale never before imagined. More power to him and his foreign minister Lavrov. They have more insight, common sense and humanity than all the west combined. Let’s not speak of Putin being like hitler or a “brutal dictator”. If he is a monster as the western scum politicians and msm would have us believe, is he any worse than pedophile judges, police, teachers, royals, and murderous politicians etc. guilty of war crimes and genocide for decades and in almost all points of the planet & proven to infect our entire establishment and every level of our society? reiverdave

  5. Anonymous says:

    Putin, unlike the West is not promoting homosexuality. Did you know that the UK Governmnet flew a RAINBOW flag above Whitehall last week-end in celebration of homosexual marriage? Probably not, Euronews covered the flag, but I don’t thin UK medi did. Ehat atbout £30,000 spent by the Environment department on a Gay Pride march in Birmingham?

    Russia is defending traditional family values against ‘genderless and infertile’ Western tolerance, Putin says.

    In his 70-minute televised speech from an ornate Kremlin hall, Putin pledged to defend traditional family values, which he said were the foundation of Russia’s greatness and a bulwark against “so-called tolerance — genderless and infertile.”

    He lamented the “review of norms of morality” going on in many other countries.

    “This destruction of traditional values from above not only entails negative consequences for society, but is also inherently anti-democratic because it is based on an abstract notion and runs counter to the will of the majority of people,” Putin said.


  6. Tapestry says:

    Rainbows have occult significance. Check out explanations of movie – Eyes Wide Shut.

  7. Anonymous says:

    this article was “pulled” soon after i wrote a similar comment to them after my original posting via Tap!


  8. Anonymous says:

    this article was “pulled” from the daily fail soon after i wrote a similar comment to them after my original posting via Tap!


  9. Anonymous says:

    Yes Tap … Rainbows are very significant. The rainbow is the logo for modern Noahidsm. People check out Noahide Law …. jewish law for gentiles, and it ain’t good.

    noahide dot org

    The rainbow is the logo for the gay movement. “Somewhere over the Rainbow”. Stanley Kubrick used rainbow colours in most of his films …. The film Noah to be released in London 4 April and still the Israeli embassies closed indefinitely.

  10. Anonymous says:

    i agree with reiverdave here,wwhen comunism collapsed, jewish lawyers hurriedly made changes which resulted in certain jews taking billins from the Russian economy, Putin became a hero of the people by going after the money, Tony Blair allowed these russian mafia figures to come here.
    But watch for the disinfo shills
    who say Putin is Rothchils son, Tony Blairs broth in law and a jesuit, this bullshit is there to hide the truth, and the truth is that Putin speaks more for the English man in the street that his own government does, the situation is exactly the same as hitler in the 1930s
    so watch how the jewish press will demonise putin

  11. Tapestry says:

    Look at the videos on Youtube featuring Russian prisons. That tells you what kind of man Putin actually is better than guessing.

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