UKIP Leader Nigel Farage Says He Lives in Fear

Things Have Gotten Worse after Brexit, Trump’s Election

Nigel Farage

In a stunning interview, UKIP’s interim leader Nigel Farage said he lives in a perpetual state of fear for his life as he constantly receives death threats. Nigel also stated that he cannot leave home without his security team, especially after BREXIT and Donald Trump’s recent victory in the United States’s presidential election.

The interim leader of the UKIP, which is one of the BREXIT’s architects is used to receiving death threats constantly, but last week he was physically confronted during a night out in a London pub. As Nigel Farage is a guy who likes to drink a pint at the local pub with his family and friends, after the recent events he said, let me quote:

“I’ve got no life – I can’t do anything, I can’t go anywhere. 

Certainly I would not go out in London of an evening on my own without security – couldn’t even think about it. 

I can’t even walk down the street without it. I have to go to private places, private venues. 

“The thought of doing a Friday night pub crawl around Westminster – I just can’t do it any more.” 

 

The 52 years old MEP said in the interview that he was threatened with a glass during an altercation on Thursday night. Nigel’s family also had their share of aggression last year, as they had their car attacked by angry protesters and also were chased out of a pub. After Trump’s victory in the US, things started to get worse and worse. Nigel said:

“It might diminish, it might not. The America dimension changed everything. It’s been so full-on, unbelievable really.” 

After Britain voted for leaving the European Union on June 23rd, Nigel Farage announced his early retirement so to speak over assassination fears, as it emerged that potential attackers were caught while trying to smuggle knives at his rallies at least on two separate occasions.

In his most recent interview, Nigel Farage also said that he’s contemplating the possibility of supporting Marie Le Pen in the French presidential election as a price worth paying for the dismantling of the European Union. He was quoted as saying:

“If she wins, it’s over.”

 Though Nigel Farage is on the fence about backing up Le Pen in the later stages of the election, he doesn’t necessarily likes her party i.e. the Front National policies, which he regards as an awkward position.

“I have never said a bad word about her but I have never said a good word about her party and that’s where I am with this”

After meeting Trump’s team during the GOP’s convention in Cleveland, Nigel Farage was the first British politician to congratulate The Donald personally over winning the elections in the US on November 9th. He also agrees with Donald Trump’s foreign policy with regard to Russia, immigration et al and thinks that Trump can easily become a national hero if he helps the blue collar America to regain its former middle class status.

Finally, he admitted that he’s increasingly worried about Theresa May’s resolution to deliver BREXIT as per UK’s citizens vote:

“The EU is going to have bigger problems than us. If Brexit doesn’t mean Brexit, then you ain’t seen nothing yet. There will be considerable public anger.”