Nigel Farage: "This will be the last European Commission that governs Britain"


UKIP Leader Nigel Farage branded the new EU Commission “a bunch of non-entities.”

“I spoke to MEPs this morning who will be voting on them later and most of them couldn’t even name half of them.”

“The one from Britain is so obscure, he is named Lord Hill but it should be Lord Who. The British public couldn’t pick the bloke out of a line up. And he’s never been elected to anything in his life, which means he is perfect for the job.”

“The commission is the executive, it is the government of Europe and it has the sole right to propose legislation. It does so in consolation with 300 secret committees, staffed mainly by big business and big capital and all the legislation is proposed in secret.”

“In any member state there is nothing the electorate can do to change a single piece of European law. So we will be voting against the Commission today, not on the basis of the individuals but on the basis of the fact that it is an anti-democratic form of government.”

“It has now become unacceptable to the vast majority of British citizens for there to be total free movement of people extended to half a billion people to come to Britain. Mr Cameron masquerades as being an EU opponent. Though I note this morning that the Conservatives are so brave they are even going to abstain.”

“I think this will be the last European Commission that governs Britain because within the end of this five years, we will be out of here.”

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