Nigel Farage says America’s ‘disease of woke’ spread to UK, Biden doesn’t like British allies ‘very much’

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Nigel Farage – also known as “Mr. Brexit” – had some harsh words for the U.S. and President BidenAs he talked to both sides, he also discussed the problems. ofIn an interview with Fox News Digital, the pond. 

“[The U.K.]Those who have been infected with the disease. ofThe USA woke up and has taken control of our institutions. toThe dismay ofThe silent majority” Farage said. 

FarageLamented the shift in the relationship between U.S.A.S. and U.K. BidenIn his first term, Trump argued that the two countries had an improved dynamic during former President Trump’s presidency and that Trump might have signed free trade agreements with Britain. This would help the country in its ongoing economic growth. toWith Brexit, it will be easier to find its feet. 

Even though he said he didn’t think so, BidenHe said that he “likes the U.K. very deeply” and highlighted the potential benefits to each country from helping. toGrow the “special relationship”.


“Longer term, clearly, America, for goodness’ sake, we speak the same language,” Farage said. “We have common laws. We are the largest foreign investor to the U.S., we have the largest cultural links, and we’re also the biggest foreign investment here.

“So I believe that trade between America, us, and America should increase. Trade between [the U.K.]India and India should both grow, I believe. And they’re the two really big areas that I see opportunities for us going ahead.”

Nigel FarageFox News Digital spoke to me about a variety of topics ofTopics relating to the current and future political landscape ofThe United Kingdom
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FarageIt has been criticized. BidenFor “doing everything he can” toSlowly but surely, America will lose its position as the world’s leading energy exporter. 

As harsh as FarageWas on Biden, he spared little love for Britain’s ruling Conservative Party, saying that current British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak – whom Farage called “Britain’s first Goldman Sachs prime minister – had “virtually disappeared” and is “not a leader.” 


“In terms ofLeadership, he doesn’tHe had the ability to win, which is why he ultimately lost the contest tobecome the Conservative Party leader and lost it by some margin toLiz Truss and yet, by default got the top position in the end.” Farage said. “Yeah, it may be very intelligent, but he is not a leader.”

FarageMany are to blame of the country’s current problems at the feet ofThe governing Conservative Party (such as the absence) ofA reasonable response toThere were many nationwide strikes. ofIndustries in Britain and failure toSend the right of Brexit voters expected. 

King Charles III welcomes Rishi Sunak during an audience at Buckingham Palace, London, where he invited the newly elected leader of the Conservative Party to become prime minister and form a new government, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022.

King Charles III, London welcomes Rishi sunak to his Buckingham Palace audience, where he also invited the newly elected leader. ofThe Conservative Party toTo become Prime Minister and to form a new Government, Tuesday Oct. 25, 2022.
(Aaron Chown/Pool image via AP

“I have toSay it when it comes toLife-saving jobs likeAmbulance driving is not my personal belief. However, I believe the government’s intransigent position on this issue is wrong.” Farage explained. “I believe they should really be advising these unions in 10 Downing Street, and saying, Look, you know what you want? Does it amount to class warfare? Does it bring down a conservative government? ofThe railway unions, it does exist to”

He said, “I believe there are reasonable compromises that could be made with the other members and yet they won’t get raises in line with inflation.” 


The Conservative Party also failed toIncrease illegal immigration. This is something that Brexit would have been able to stop. FaragePointed toA situation with the Australians. They were widely criticised after they turned back a boat. ofIndonesian refugees are trying to get asylum toYou can enter the country. 

Britain reached a deal toSend illegal immigrants toRwanda is the first country to be deported. toInjunctions granted by the European Court in the last minute prevented Rwanda from being blocked in June ofHuman Rights were violated and the lawfulness of the strategy was later challenged by London’s High Court. Reuters reported. 

A group of more than 40 migrants with children get on an inflatable dinghy, as they leave the coast of northern France to cross the English Channel, near Wimereux, France, Nov. 24, 2021. 

A group ofAs they leave the coast, more than 40 migrants and their children board an inflatable dinghy. ofNorthern France toCross the English Channel, near Wimereux in France, Nov. 24, 2021 
(Reuters/Gonzalo Fuentes)

Britain should have the “guts”. toSunak and his government are more concerned with international condemnation. alliesSticking is more important than your reactions toIts policies are as follows to Farage.

He said, “They’re stuck.” “They keep promising to deliver. “I promise you that they won’t,”


FarageThe media and mainstream parties in Britain were accused ofThe country has refused to accept the Brexit referendum. This has prevented it from seizing the opportunity of independence. 

“Brexit doesn’tIt doesn’t make sense to put in supply-side reforms unless the opportunity is used. ofNe pas being in the European single markets toMake regulation to”Make rules simpler, easier, and cheaper.” Farage said. “The biggest sadness is that the Conservative government have literally done nothing – done absolutely nothing – nothing for your small business on the high street, nothing to your large brokerage house in City. of London.”

A view of overflowing bins in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh where cleansing workers from the City of Edinburgh Council are on the fourth day of eleven of strike action, in Scotland, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022.

A view ofOverflowing bins at the Grassmarket ofEdinburgh: Cleaning workers from the City ofEdinburgh Council are now on the fourth day ofeleven ofStrike action in Scotland Wednesday, August 24, 2022
(Andrew Milligan/PA via AP)

“I can assure you, as I know, the man [who]He was named Mr. Brexit because he has dedicated his entire life to this cause. to it. He said, “This is not the Brexit I desired, and I’m very very disappointed,” acknowledging that the current form ofAlthough Brexit has not fulfilled its promises, it does highlight that the popular vote for independence continues to be a strong one. 

This independence, he argued, allowed the U.K. toTake a leadership role in supporting Ukraine during the Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion. toGive vaccines when and how the recipients want them toThe ability to regulate and approve vaccines at the country’s own pace. 


“A lot!” ofPeople are starting to take control of their lives. toAsk yourself, “What was it all for?” It is not a failure, I repeat. ofBrexit is a failure ofThe conservative government, which frankly never believed it, has only taken that position toHe said, “Stop me!” 

“Fine: It was a good thing that I was content with it at the time.” Farage continued. They never believed it. It is leading. toAn increasing level of disenchantment.”

Royal Mail workers hold placards and banners as they gather in Parliament Square, to hold a protest over pay and jobs, in London, Friday, Dec. 9, 2022. The Communications Workers Union has planned six days of strike over pay. 

Royal Mail workers are seen holding placards and banners in Parliament Square. toOn Friday, December 9, 2022, protesters will gather in London to demand better pay and more jobs. The Communications Workers Union plans six days of protests of strike over pay. 
(AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)

All ofThis turmoil and this lack ofLeadership has created an opportunity for a political insurgency for a new centre-right party. to Farage. He believes the Conservative Party is in decline toThe left ends up in the center-left with other parties further to their left.

The two leading parties – the Conservative Party and the Labour Party – now “virtually mirror each other on every major policy” and leaving “no choice” on ideology or significant policy, which FarageBelieves has led toThe possibility of leaving the country is almost impossible. 


Any new party could have however toAs a result, you can’t arise without his assistance. FarageReiterated that you must return toThe political front lines are “not at the top.” of”My bucket list”, but he left it open. 

“I’m considering my options,” Farage said. “I haven’t made my mind up. I won’t rule it out.” 

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