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Old 22-03-2015, 05:09 PM   #1
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...terrified.html

Nigel Farage brands anti-Ukip protesters 'scum' after they invaded the pub where he was having a family lunch leaving his children terrified

Party leader was with wife and two children at Queen's Head in Downe
The pub was stormed by a group in fancy dress which included migrants, HIV activists, gay people, disabled people and breastfeeding mothers
They are said to have gone into the Queen's Head, chased the Farages out and then jumped on the Ukip leader's car bonnet as he drove away
He said two youngest children so scared by the protesters they ran away




Nigel Farage has branded anti-Ukip protesters 'scum' after they stormed a pub where he was having a family lunch and chased his car down the road.

The party leader was dining with his wife and two younger children at the Queen's Head in Downe, Kent, when the incident took place.

He claimed his two youngest children were so scared by the protesters that they ran away and hid.

They have since been found safe and well.

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Nigel Farage has branded anti-Ukip protesters 'scum' after they stormed a pub where he was having a family lunch and 'chased his car down the road'
The party leader was dining with his wife and two younger children at the Queen's Head in Downe, Kent, when the incident took place. He claimed his two youngest children were so scared by the protesters that they ran away and hid
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The party leader was dining with his wife and two younger children at the Queen's Head in Downe, Kent, when the incident took place. He claimed his two youngest children were so scared by the protesters that they ran away and hid
Demonstrators had previously descended on the George & Dragon, where Mr Farage has previously been pictured having a drink, before realising he was in the other pub nearby
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Demonstrators had previously descended on the George & Dragon, where Mr Farage has previously been pictured having a drink, before realising he was in the other pub nearby
The group was in fancy dress and included migrants, HIV activists, gay people, disabled people and breastfeeding mothers
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The group was in fancy dress and included migrants, HIV activists, gay people, disabled people and breastfeeding mothers

The group was in fancy dress and included migrants, HIV activists, gay people, disabled people and breastfeeding mothers.

Protest organiser Dan Glass said Mr Farage had pushed through to get into his car, and was then chased down the road, with some people jumping on the bonnet of his car.
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Demonstrators had previously descended on the George & Dragon, where Mr Farage has previously been pictured having a drink, before realising he was in the other pub nearby.

They are said to have gone into the Queen's Head, chased the Farages out and then jumped on the Ukip leader's car bonnet as he drove away.
'This is real canvassing,' says Farage, over a pint (archive)
Staff at the Queen's Head refused to comment on the episode, while the George & Dragon said protesters had initially claimed they were there for a birthday party
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Staff at the Queen's Head refused to comment on the episode, while the George & Dragon said protesters had initially claimed they were there for a birthday party
The party leader was dining with his wife and two younger children at the Queen's Head in Downe, Kent, when the incident took place. He is pictured at the pub last June
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The party leader was dining with his wife and two younger children at the Queen's Head in Downe, Kent, when the incident took place. He is pictured at the pub last June

Mr Farage said afterwards: 'I hope these 'demonstrators' are proud of themselves. My children were so scared by their behaviour that they ran away to hide.

'At the time of writing this a relative has gone to look for them, and they are not yet at home. These people are scum.'

Mr Farage's children with current wife Kirsten are Victoria and Isabelle, thought to be aged 15 and 10 respectively. He also has two grown up children from his previous marriage.

Staff at the Queen's Head refused to comment on the episode, while the George & Dragon said protesters had initially claimed they were there for a birthday party.

Ukip is understood to have requested taxpayer-funded security for Mr Farage during the election campaign amid fears that he is regularly being targeted by protesters.
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Just posted this on another thread, probably worth one on it's own
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Old 22-03-2015, 05:17 PM   #3
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People do not think, and this shows you another case, of supposed adults, acting like children. Thats the problem for these people whom speak out, you never know whom you offend, as anything you say may upset someone.

Even though i care not about ukip, the people have no right to act in this manner. If you do not like the ukip, do not vote for them. You do not get anywhere acting like this.
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Old 22-03-2015, 05:21 PM   #4
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probably were the type that thinks voting is beneath them anyway, typical "rent a mob".
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Old 22-03-2015, 05:50 PM   #5
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Another 1000 votes for UKIP.

How anyone can behave like these people, and how they get away with it highlights all that is wrong with this country.
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Old 22-03-2015, 05:51 PM   #6
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typical "rent a mob".
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Old 22-03-2015, 05:56 PM   #7
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Red face How terribly British Watt

Yes, yes, nothing more "British" that having Sunday lunch in a country boozer with one's sprogs. Yawn.

Those who haven't fallen for the UKIP "alternative" must be against common decency.

I'm surprised Fromage didn't give them a good what for.
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Old 22-03-2015, 05:59 PM   #8
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Right, because if there is anyone you don't agree with, they are obviously shills, crisis actors or on the "opposing" sides payroll aren't they. Not that i deny these groups exist, they certainly do. But in this context? I really doubt it.

Maybe people have just had enough of a charlatan posing as a "voice of the people" and can actually see farage for what he's worth? He's a closeted hate preacher. Just like the EDL goons who waddle about mumbling "i'm nout a rwacist".

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there is one thing in having a different point of view, its something different in what looked to be almost common assault, that's why I said "rent a mob" and believe me I've had a taste of that myself from the Labour goons at the last election.
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Right, because if there is anyone you don't agree with, they are obviously shills, crisis actors or on the "opposing" sides payroll aren't they. Not that i deny these groups exist, they certainly do. But in this context? I really doubt it.

Maybe people have just had enough of a charlatan posing as a "voice of the people" and can actually see farage for what he's worth? He's a closeted hate preacher. Just like the EDL goons who waddle about mumbling "i'm nout a rwacist".

Tell me how jumping up and down on someones car bonnet, dressing up in fancy dress and harassing local pub dwellers is disagreeing with someone? These people are outright harassing Nigel Farage, and that is a criminal offense.

No protest was arranged - it was just a bunch of social misfits who were committing a number of illegal acts, in a way to attempt to intimidate Farage. There's a time and a place for voicing your opinions, debating and protesting.

He quite rightly called these people scum, and the vast majority of people will agree with him.
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Had they finished their dinner?
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At the end of the day and when all's said and done....HE HAD HIS FUCKING KIDS WITH HIM

Can't believe people find it so funny. If that was Miliband or any of the rest of them I would be fucking livid still.
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At the end of the day and when all's said and done....HE HAD HIS FUCKING KIDS WITH HIM

Can't believe people find it so funny. If that was Miliband or any of the rest of them I would be fucking livid still.
Perhaps you're falling into the low vibrational state that's intended by such media stories? You really think these celeb politicians don't have security? That they just roll up at their local, with the family in tow, a few weeks before the election?
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Perhaps you're falling into the low vibrational state that's intended by such media stories? You really think these celeb politicians don't have security? That they just roll up at their local, with the family in tow, a few weeks before the election?


Well it don't look like it does it? Anyway, if someone called him a wanker in front of his kids I'd call a liberty.

Let's not forget, this is the party that aint gonna get anywhere, imagine what they'd be like if he looked like getting 30 seats or something.

Fascists end of.

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Mr Glass told PinkNews: “He was sitting on his own and left on his own. We didn’t see any kids.
http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2015/03/22...ed-out-of-pub/

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Did they at least get an invoice?
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Misjudged effort by the left.

More votes for UKIP.
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What a load of crap article that is lol


"The UKIP leader was reportedly having lunch with his family in the Queen’s Head in Downe, Orpington this afternoon, when he was spotted by anti-UKIP protesters in fancy dress."

Not like they arranged to ambush him or anything, they just happened to be there, in fancy dress LOL When, would you adam an' eve it, there's Nigel.
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What a load of crap article that is lol


"The UKIP leader was reportedly having lunch with his family in the Queen’s Head in Downe, Orpington this afternoon, when he was spotted by anti-UKIP protesters in fancy dress."

Not like they arranged to ambush him or anything, they just happened to be there, in fancy dress LOL When, would you adam an' eve it, there's Nigel.
Of course it was organised...Even says so in the article I posted above...

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Did they at least get an invoice?
Yeah, the claim for that cake they had thrown at him a fortnight ago got rejected, so they're going by the book this time.
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