2016 may go down as the year that globalism died…and Nigel Farage was one of the men who pulled the trigger to bring down the global elite.
Going on Fox Business News, the leader of the Brexit movement, and an open supporter of Donald Trump said…
“They simply can’t face up to the fact that their worldview has taken an absolute beating in the year of 2016.”
Farage told Fox Business…
“It began with Brexit, the first brick out of the wall and now we have a Trump presidency in the USA.
And let me tell you, in two weeks time we have a re-run of the Austrian Presidential election and the last contest was scrapped because of electoral fraud and the possibility of a right-wing Austrian nationalist candidate winning.
And we also have a Referendum on December 4 in Italy were [Matteo] Renzi, the Prime Minister, is going for a power grab which I think is going to be rejected.
So the news for Obama and Angela is: there is more of this to come.”
Farage is correct. If you thought that the movement against the neo-liberal, PC elite of the western world is over, think again.
In two weeks, Austrians will vote again to elect their next president, after their last run-off was overturned because rules on the counting of postal votes were broken.
The latest polls show the right-wing candidate is now ahead of former Green Party candidate, who is now running as an independent.
In Italy, a December 4 referendum (that is going highly under reported), may see Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s reign come to an end.
All of this plays right into Nigel Farage’s overarching message of the forgotten people beating back the established elite, recently sent via Twitter…
“The political revolution of 2016 is that in two massive campaigns the underdogs have beaten the establishment.”