Watching BBC Question Time. Question about fracking. Blackpool. The
audience don’t want it.
Farage gets heckled because he supports it.
Fracking is being aired on the BBC and the people sound clear. They
don’t want it.
Ken Clarke supports Farage for once. He gets booed too.
TAP – Clark is straight from the front line area where thousands will die. Nottingham is the epicentre of Northern fracking. He’s the Beast from the East supporting the killing of his own constituents. You don’t believe that? Watch the videos below.
The people are strongly against it and the BBC cannot help but air
the people’s feeling. Now another women is against it, for burning
fossil fuel! Oh goodness, we are a confused nation.
The guy from Blue Peter looks like a snowflake, but has spoken well and supports a clear
Brexit. But, now he is anti-fracking and worried about carbon energy.
Now Owen Smith. Even if he had a conversion to Brexit etc I would
still view him an absolute twit. For the record Owen is also
anti-fracking. These people still believe the carbon story.
Oops. Local speaking up for fracking. He wants it.
“I wonder if people would want it in their backyards if it were South
of Watford.” Woman says.
TAP – Leith Hill, Dorking. The Weald plans for 150 wells. That’s adjacent to the M25.
The Beast from the East gets a mention… or is it hysteria from
Siberia jokes the audience member.
Who on earth created this meme Beast from the East?
Ken Clarke doesn’t look good. He still speaks clearly.
TAP – Picture form 2007. Can’t find anything more recent online!
Farage says “We’ve all become snowflakes…”
TAP – Maybe Farage sees fracking as his ticket into Westminster. He must know the implications of what he’s saying. If you ever doubted it, Farage cannot be trusted. Forget all his work for Brexit. If we’re fracked, we’re not going to be here. By supporting fracking, he’s making Brexit a waste of time. We need fracking banned and Brexit through. Both. But stopping fracking comes far higher on the list of priorities. Survival first. Freedom second. The Beast From The East wants neither your survival nor your freedom. Farage wants freedom for you, but only once you’re dead. WHo do they think they’re kidding? Watch the videos please and make up your own mind.
I do not recall much debate on fracking on the BBC…. Farage says to
audience, “… shale gas is a gift horse looking you in the face.”
He does speak his mind.
Would Ian Crane change his mind? (Currently camping out in Nottinghamshire at Misson Springs/Tinker Lane and producer of the video ‘Voices From The Gasfields’ below)
Be so interesting to see the two talk.
‘Center of International Spiders’ Web’: WATCH Farage Reveal His Ties With Russia
Speaking to American conservatives on Friday, UK politician and Brexit champion Nigel Farage vocally praised Trump as a soon to-be truly “great” US president for his delivering on electoral promises and, interestingly, let slip a few comments on Russia.
The audience at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) which took place in Maryland on February 22-23 lauded Brexit while booing London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, and listened most attentively to what Farage had to say about Russia and Russians. He started by laughing off the FBI effort, saying he learnt from the press that he is a one-of-a-kind person to be under their scrutiny, in connection with Julian Assange and… even Russian President Putin.
“I’ve read that actually I am the center of an international spiders’ web. I am the one person connecting Trump, Putin and Julian Assange. I’ve been running memory sticks back and forth from the White House and the Kremlin to Assange,” he remarked tongue-in-cheek.
He rushed to dismiss the connection outright:
“I’ve never been to Russia. I’ve never been to Moscow. I’ve never met a Russian operative or agent. I’ve never done business in Russia. I’ve never taken money from Russia.”
However, he did mention something which could serve as an excuse for spies’ alleged interest in him. Nodding his head, Farage rapped it out with feeling:
“I may be guilty of drinking the odd Russian vodka.”
Farage then moved on to “the inspirational” and unrivalled story of Brexit, adding that if something goes wrong he will once again rise to be among the front-runners of the campaign
He also warned of the dangers posed by Hungarian-American tycoon George Soros, the supposed leader of a globalist, leftist plot organized by those who “don’t believe in national identity” and “want us to live in a world with open borders.”
It doesn’t matter what CNN or The New York Times say. The world has changed with social media and people are making their own minds up!
Read that as he’s being delegated the task of bringing alternative minds back to mainstream, if you like.