Former UKIP leader, Nigel Farage MEP has advised Poland and Hungary to keep on “rebelling” against the EU and carry on denouncing it, this comes as the EU’s authoritarian leaders use undemocratic powers in terms of sanctioning sovereign European democracies for not falling in line.
Farage made an inspiring speech to the EU’s parliament, the chief Brexiteer and former UKIP leader accused the EU of hypocrisy by forcing sanctions on nations with traditional conservative governments that criticise the EU but ignoring “human rights” violation in pro-EU member-states.
“In Hungary, where Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, quite rightly, refuses to accept your ludicrous migrant quota programme. And he is now cast as the Devil,” he went on to say, asking: “Perhaps, the real reason is he’s taking on Hungarian-American billionaire funder George Soros, perhaps the most dangerous man in Western democracy today?”
‘Keep going Viktor Orbán!’ Nigel Farage proudly blasted!
The vocal Brexit leader also went on to claim the EU of turning a blind-eye to the persecution of journalists in Poland when EU Council President, Donald Tusk was Prime Minister of Poland, going on to say:
“But when you get ‘the right wing’ Law and Justice ‘Party’ in power. Who were critical of the European Union, just because they tried to clear out the Communist old guard and modernise their system, here you are, on the verge of invoking Article 7 and taking away their democratic rights within the union.”
Poland is currently being bullied by the EU in the form of threats of fines and removal of their voting rights all because they reformed their own judiciary system. The people of Poland are strongly opposed to the EU’s migration policies, they are defying the EU quotas alongside Hungary.
Nigel pointed out the situation with Poland and Hungary in comparison with Spain, who only recently destroyed a referendum on Independence in Catalonia and some say used excessive violent force.
“Around 950 people get beaten up by the police because they want to turn out on a Sunday morning and express an opinion,” Nigel Farage proudly stated.
“A totally clear violation… of people’s human rights. An absolute abuse of any sense of a democratic process, and yet the EU says: ‘In that case, it’s none of our business.’
“But of course, they ‘the Spanish’ are a pro-EU government, so the iron fist of the European Union is reserved, purely, for your critics.
Farage finished by blasting:
“You said today that you hoped the United Kingdom would change its mind and reverse Brexit – well, looking at the way you’re treating Poland, I would have thought the answer will be a very big ‘no!’