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tildatod 07-01-2016 11:17 AM

Nigel Farage - hoax assassination exposed
 
Thank DI for DI headlines! :D :D :Luv Heart:

Nigel Farage has been busted. :D I was right to completely disregard his bullshit story. Nigel can't get support from anything real, so instead it's a lot of huff about how TPTB, who he actually shills for, wants him dead. This is a very odd concept, because as I said, he's a zionist, and he works FOR them, not against them. The man is associated with all the losers, and bigots, such as CPAC and Breitbart. Both of which are utterly zionist.

https://tompride.wordpress.com/2016/...ation-attempt/


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Nigel Farage claims that he was the victim of an assassination attempt.

But now French magazine Libération has interviewed the mechanics involved in checking Farage’s car after the accident, as well as looking at the police reports and concluded Farage could well be fabricating just about everything.

Libération says the local prosecutor and the police filed the incident as a normal road traffic accident with no mention of assassination or sabotage.

And the magazine says the mechanic who checked Farage’s car denies he ever mentioned sabotage — as claimed by Farage — and in fact could not have done so because he only communicated with Farage using hand gestures.

Fortunately for Farage, the Libération article is in French, so is unlikely to get any traction from the press over here.

Unfortunately for him, here’s a handy translation of it:
UK: Leader of Ukip a victim of an assassination attempt? Not exactly…

Nigel Farage, the leader of the British anti-European party Ukip, claimed last Sunday in the Mail on Sunday that he had been the victim of an assassination attempt.

In late October, while the MEP was returning from Brussels by car, one of the wheels of his Volvo came off on the highway. According to Farage, this was not a simple accident, but was sabotage, and even an “assassination attempt.” All of the bolts of the wheels had been unscrewed, which according to Farage means the incident could not have been accidental. He cited as evidence the findings of the French police, who he said had confirmed that the act could only have been malicious.

“The French police examined [the accident] and told me that sometimes the bolts of a wheel can loosen a bit – but not on all four wheels,” he said to the newspaper.

The Mail on Sunday reports that “the police told Farage all wheels of the vehicle were deliberately unscrewed”. And at the scene, rescue services even indicated that he had been “victim of a malicious act.”

But Nigel Farage claims he told the police not to pursue the investigation. Accustomed to death threats, he chose not to make a fuss and keep the story to himself , at least until he decided to tell the Mail on Sunday about it. Farage: “The mechanics were absolutely sure [about criminality] but I decided not to take further action.”:spam:

We will not dare to risk questioning whether Farage suffered sabotage to his vehicle or not. But what is certain is that some aspects of the Ukip leader’s story are improbable, or let’s just say a little romanticized.

Contacted by us, the mechanics who fixed the car confirm that, once the vehicle was towed to the garage, the other three wheels of the Volvo were indeed loose. “I’ve never seen that before, we found it odd,” says Philippe Marquis, owner (with his brothers) of the garage. So why did the mechanic not warn the police if he thought it might have been sabotage? Because he never suspected sabotage. The mechanic just thought that “the wheels were simply poorly tightened from the outset by another garage,” and remembers Farage tried to ask if the vehicle had been worked on recently.

The conversation was complicated however by the fact that the mechanic does not speak English: “We spoke only using our hands”. Philippe Marquis could not be clearer about any criminality: “I never said that. We just tightened the wheels”, and he ensures that the garage could not have talked to Farage about sabotage. “If someone did, I did not know who it was,” he adds. Farage departed in his Volvo. And the garage never heard any more about it.

The version of the Ukip leader that “the mechanics” advised him there had been a malicious act is thus not supported by any evidence whatsoever. Similarly with his exchanges with the police. According to our information, the police made an investigation at the scene of the accident, well before the garage noticed the lack of tightening, but found or suspected nothing – something confirmed by a spokesperson for the CRS (police).

The Dunkirk (North) prosecutor confirms that the CRS reported a motorway incident occurring to Nigel Farage on October 21. The intervention sheet shows the police provided simple assistance. “The police could not have suspected sabotage, because they would then have been obliged to initiate criminal proceedings.”

The idea that the police would not have continued its investigations because of the will of Nigel Farage does not stand up. Under the Criminal Code, the prosecutor can act in the victim’s stead, and initiate proceedings if the latter refuses to press charges. If there was no investigation, it is not because Nigel Farage refused one, as he says. It is, more simply, because the police did not suspect a malicious act, which would have forced it to report it to the prosecutor.

In fact, until the Mail on Sunday article, the judicial authorities had not even heard of this incident that supposedly happened to Nigel Farage. We questioned the prosecutor of Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais) – who confirms that in the case of any suspicion of criminality, it would have been “immediately notified and would have opened an investigation.”

“We can not stop an investigation. In France, prosecutors can investigate even if the victim does not agree,” he insists.

In short, if the Europhobic leader suspects an assassination attempt (he has the right, after all), it can not be based on assertions made by either the mechanics or the French police. Who have, themselves, never in the least suspected anything like this.



I'm waiting for a personal threat video from Mahmoud Amabomber of ISIS any day now, in order to accomplish some kind of damage limitation for Nigel the Imbecile of England. :D :D Of course if it happens today, Nigel the Imbecile will valiantly report it during the next slow-news season, just as he did with his hoax assassination lies....happened in October in his dreams, but only revealed now. :clap::clap:

iamawaveofthesea 07-01-2016 02:10 PM

should Britain leave the EU tilda?

iamawaveofthesea 07-01-2016 02:15 PM

Are we really supposed to believe that 4 wheel nuts just came loose and that the wheel just dropped off through neglect?

It seems we are being asked to believe that because some wheel nuts were loose on the other wheels...but couldn't they have been maliciously loosened as well?

There's no way that would happen...anyone who's tightened wheels knows that

A garage would if they are following legal requirements use a torque wrench to tighten tyres to the correct tightness so the idea that a previous garage failed to tighten them seems bizarre and would be criminal negligence

Futher to that even if you hand tightened them you'd probably do them up tighter than you would with a torque wrench so even if the previous garage hand tightened them they would not come undone

So the only other alternatives are: someone DID maliciously untighten the bolts or that farage has made the whole thing up and put himself through a car crash to stage an 'assassination' which would be a dangerous way to go about it because you'd never know exactly when the wheel would drop off

berten60 07-01-2016 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by iamawaveofthesea (Post 1062658540)
Are we really supposed to believe that 4 wheel nuts just came loose and that the wheel just dropped off through neglect?...

It can happen.
I have heard of such a case.
The wheel nuts where screwed on but the technician forgot to tighten
them with the pneumatic screwdriver.So the couple left the garage with
a fresh new tire which came loose on the highway and nearly cost their lives.
And no,I cannot provide a link to a news article,
because it never made the news papers...

serpentine 08-01-2016 08:19 PM

O/P rebuffed!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/poli...pt-claims.html

Never troll using msm websites as evidence. *cough*

iamawaveofthesea 08-01-2016 09:40 PM

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Originally Posted by berten60 (Post 1062658622)
It can happen.
I have heard of such a case.
The wheel nuts where screwed on but the technician forgot to tighten
them with the pneumatic screwdriver.So the couple left the garage with
a fresh new tire which came loose on the highway and nearly cost their lives.
And no,I cannot provide a link to a news article,
because it never made the news papers...

so it just happened to happen to nigel farage....a guy many would like to see silenced?

A guy who was also in a light aircraft crash?

If it happened it is criminal negligence and farage would be suing the garage for damages

tildatod 09-01-2016 01:45 PM

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Originally Posted by serpentine (Post 1062659398)
O/P rebuffed!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/poli...pt-claims.html

Never troll using msm websites as evidence. *cough*

You're the troll who uses MSM evidence and who spreads zionist, propaganda, and from the backers of Nigel the Imbecile, at that too....just using your definition.

A little bit of information could help you out of your ignorance. Ever heard of the tax-evading Barclay Twins? Here's your big chance.

Even zio-Wiki can help you:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_...derick_Barclay

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The Telegraph Media Group

In July 2004, they bought The Telegraph Group (now Telegraph Media Group), which includes The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, and The Spectator after months of intense bidding and lawsuits.

http://www.marlboroughnewsonline.co....ge-claims-priv

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Daily Telegraph’s co-owner is “discreet” supporter of UKIP leader Nigel Farage, claims Private Eye

Written by Gerald Isaaman on 08 April 2014.

UKIP leader Nige Farage has been given the “discreet” support of Sir Frederick Barclay, one of the two Barclay brothers who own the Daily Telegraph as well as London’s Ritz Hotel, according to the political magazine Private Eye.

It claims that Sir Frederick has paid for a back operation for UKIP leader Nigel Farage, a left-over injury from the helicopter crash he escaped from. And that he enabled Nigel Farage’s 50th birthday party to be held last week at The Ritz.
Naturally the Barclay criminals want to deny this, and YOU will believe it, but I certainly don't. I expect now, a full defence of tax-dodging, and corrupt criminals...Go ahead.

BTW, you should think again before accusing DI of being a troll. The article was on his DI headlines page. Perhaps you should read the first line of the OP too. If you think DI is a troll, then you must be really desperate to spread disinfo on this forum, seeing as he owns it.

tildatod 09-01-2016 02:30 PM

For the French speakers:

http://www.liberation.fr/desintox/20...si-sur_1424390


French media which published the truth about the lying weasel and imbecile that is Nigel Farage.

tildatod 09-01-2016 02:35 PM

Nigel the Imbecile changed French law, just by his own opinion..... in his dreams, and in the dreams of his fans.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016...ef=mostpopular

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Farage claimed he had not asked police to pursue any investigations because he didn't want to "make anything of it".

But the Dunkirk prosecutor who would have led any such inquiry rebutted the claims, telling Liberation: "If they had noticed a sabotage, they would have had to open an investigation."

Under law in France, the prosecutor would have been compelled to open an investigation even if Farage did not ask for one.
https://media.giphy.com/media/EUDT0WfgBn62k/giphy.gif

nadams 09-01-2016 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by tildatod (Post 1062659803)
For the French speakers:

http://www.liberation.fr/desintox/20...si-sur_1424390


French media which published the truth about the lying weasel and imbecile that is Nigel Farage.

Hats off to Édouard de Rothschild who owns the controlling stake in the newspaper.

tildatod 09-01-2016 02:46 PM

Did UKIP nut and MP Douglas Carswell attempt to 'assassinate' the non-ruler, and non-important Nigel? :D :D

http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2016/01...sination-jibe/

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After the Mail on Sunday revealed that Nigel Farage may have been the victim of an assassination attempt — after a wheel on his Volvo fell off his car in suspicious circumstances while he was driving on a motorway — Wigmore took to Twitter to mischievously suggest the culprit could be Douglas Carswell given his strained relationship with the Ukip leader:
https://twitter.com/andywigmore/status/683656614537203712?ref_src=twsrc^tfw

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Andy Wigmore
‏@andywigmore

Andy Wigmore Retweeted Scottish dude

Douglas Carswell???? He's pretty cross at the moment #justsaying

https://twitter.com/DouglasCarswell/status/683682951859695616?ref_src=twsrc^tfw

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Douglas Carswell MP Verified account
‏@DouglasCarswell

Douglas Carswell MP Retweeted Andy Wigmore

This is the most extraordinary and distasteful thing for the head of Communications at Leave.Eu to tweet
It's like an episode on Real Housewives... :D :D :D

tildatod 09-01-2016 02:51 PM

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Originally Posted by nadams (Post 1062659814)
Hats off to Édouard de Rothschild who owns the controlling stake in the newspaper.

Yes, hats off indeed. Hats off the to the Barclay Twins owning the Telegraph Media Group.

We can only watch and enjoy the games.

But even so, do you know anything about French laws? Is Liberation lying about prosecutors opening cases? That would be good. Maybe the prosecutor was the 'assassin' himself? :jawdropping: If he were to investigate it would incriminate him? Do you think that's it?

Is the entire article a lie? All of it? Can you prove this?

herbrobert 09-01-2016 05:38 PM

It's just bread n circus for the people. A pantomime to keep your minds occupied.

jake_ball 09-01-2016 06:13 PM

When a wheel comes off a car that is driven by a prominent member of society, it needs to be fully investigated. If I was the leader of a political party and I was saying things that go against what the ptb are pushing for, and if my wheel came off like that, (after having previously been involved in a possible assassination attempt), I think that I personally would suspect that someone maybe sabataged my car.

herbrobert 09-01-2016 06:19 PM

Yeah and while you're distracted by the investigation, some guy is pick-pocketing you.

Simple misdirection.

iamawaveofthesea 09-01-2016 08:20 PM

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Originally Posted by jake_ball (Post 1062660031)
When a wheel comes off a car that is driven by a prominent member of society, it needs to be fully investigated. If I was the leader of a political party and I was saying things that go against what the ptb are pushing for, and if my wheel came off like that, (after having previously been involved in a possible assassination attempt), I think that I personally would suspect that someone maybe sabataged my car.

yeah....its amazing isn't it?

you'd think everyone would agree with that through common sense

Imagine if david camerons wheel fell off...what a fuss there'd be!

Unfortunately the same agenda driven people have gone into denial mode because no doubt they want to see us all kept in europe

herbrobert 10-01-2016 01:43 PM

Could be a false flag. A way to garner sympathy and earn credibility in the minds of the anti-establishmentarians.

Keeps all these potential rebels in a safe group that's easy to manage. All the while, these people who've been suckered in will follow Farage until defeat, by which time they'll be a spent force, utterly disillusioned.

He plays the tune and you follow it off the cliff.

iamawaveofthesea 10-01-2016 02:37 PM

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Originally Posted by herbrobert (Post 1062660482)
Could be a false flag. A way to garner sympathy and earn credibility in the minds of the anti-establishmentarians.

Keeps all these potential rebels in a safe group that's easy to manage. All the while, these people who've been suckered in will follow Farage until defeat, by which time they'll be a spent force, utterly disillusioned.

He plays the tune and you follow it off the cliff.

who loosened the nuts then? UKIP members? Is that what you're suggesting?

By following 'off a cliff' do you mean leaving the EU?

herbrobert 10-01-2016 03:08 PM

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Originally Posted by iamawaveofthesea (Post 1062660504)
who loosened the nuts then? UKIP members? Is that what you're suggesting?

If you run with the hypothesis, it would be done by whoever Farage is working for. The idea is to get people to follow him. To get people thinking 'Here's a true rebel we can get behind'. But he won't ever succeed. He will lead all those hopeful people to defeat, thereby demoralizing establishment enemies.

Call it a controlled demolition of a potential threat to the establishment. Better the devil you know, as they say.

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By following 'off a cliff' do you mean leaving the EU?
If you study my original statement it would become obvious that this isn't what I mean.

iamawaveofthesea 10-01-2016 03:25 PM

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Originally Posted by herbrobert (Post 1062660518)
If you run with the hypothesis, it would be done by whoever Farage is working for. The idea is to get people to follow him. To get people thinking 'Here's a true rebel we can get behind'. But he won't ever succeed. He will lead all those hopeful people to defeat, thereby demoralizing establishment enemies.

Call it a controlled demolition of a potential threat to the establishment. Better the devil you know, as they say.



If you study my original statement it would become obvious that this isn't what I mean.

that would be a very bad way to carry out a false flag car accident because loosening bolts is not an exact science. It would be very hard to guage when the wheel would drop off

The car could be doing 80 mph down the motorway when the wheel dropped off causing the car to career into a lorry

If farage was in on the idea then would he really agree to driving in a car he knew was going to dangerously swerve at some undeterminate point in his journey?

Or if they didn't tell farage then isn't that still an assassination attempt in his eyes?


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