Farage at Eton College

In the second week of November (2022) grifting racist conman Nigel Farage spoke at a pseudo-educational venue that prides itself on producing filth: Eton College.

Girls from a local non-fee paying school attended Farage’s talk.  Some Eton pupils, roused by his nasty divisive rhetoric, subjected the girls to classist, racist and misogynist comments.  After his performance Farage described gleefully the atmosphere as “riotous.”

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He is not an Eton alumnus but its ex-pupils include fellow ex-UKIPper Malcolm Pearson, who abused his status as a peer to invite Stephen Yaxley-Lennon on a tour of Palace Of Westminster, and Douglas Murray, the posh Yaxley-Lennon.  Among other expectorations of Eton are Cambridge Analytica’s CEO Alexander Nix, Tory politicians David Cameron, Kwasi Kwarteng, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson, and royal princes William and Harry.

Eton’s purpose is to prepare sons of the wealthiest for careers in positions of power and influence so they can perpetuate concentration of wealth.  It inculcates arts of deception, misdirection, obfuscation, mendacity and caucacity[1].  It erases characteristics of community, compassion and cognizance of humanity.  It teaches its customers’ children that life is competition and not only must success be attained at any cost to others but also the others must suffer.  It infuses skills of “winning” arguments and debates, or responding to questions and criticisms, via evasion, distraction and dead cats and delivered loudly, contemptuously and rudely with disdain for logical reasoning.  Old Etonians lie relentlessly and never acknowledge that anything they say is false.

It was entirely consistent with the school’s morality that a piece of rancid excrement like Farage received an invitation to speak, for a not insubstantial fee, to promote his favoured bigotry, othering and lies.  Diarrhea from him and his ilk is an important part of Eton education.  The vigorous repulsive behaviour of some its pupils in response to him was expected and was his intent.

Administrators at Eton offered meek and worthless words of apology for how their products behaved but the disgusting abuse thrown in the faces of the visiting schoolgirls was a consequence of the school’s motivation to invite him to speak and was a display of the school’s philosophy.

Farage and Eton exist in the same rancid fetid malodorous rotting anus of British society and British politics.  The sooner both are gone the better.

[1] caucacity n. Strong audacity by caucasion people intended to elevate themselves above people of colour.  Blend of ‘audacity’ and ‘caucasion.’ (c. The Kid Mero)

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Farage at Eton College

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qunt n. Extreme-right politician, activist, journalist or commentator who promotes deliberate inhumane political analysis and who revels in hardships caused by conservative policy

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An alphabetical list of British and/or UK-based qunts.  Suggestions for additions are welcome.  A name is removed from the list if the qunt passes away.  

  • Lee Anderson – Tory MP
  • Kate Andrews – Spectator; ex-Institute Of Economic Affairs; ex-Adam Smith Institute
  • Kemi Badenoch – Tory MP
  • Arron Banks – Businessman; multi-million pound donor to Leave.UK; ex-Westmonster
  • David Bannerman – Former Tory MEP; Bruges Group; chair Freedom Association
  • James Batholomew – Co-founder and director Museum Of Communist Terror; Telegraph; Spectator
  • Katherine Birbalsingh – Headteacher; former Chair of Social Mobility Commission; Free Speech Union
  • Suella Braverman – Tory Home Secretary
  • Eamonn Butler – Co-founder and director Adam Smith Institute
  • Jeremy Clarkson – TV presenter; Mail
  • Harry Cole – Political editor The Sun; ex-Guido Fawkes
  • Martin Daubney – Former The Brexit Party MEP; Reclaim Party; ex-News Of The World
  • Matthew Elliott – Co-founder Tax-Payers’ Alliance; co-founder Brexit Central; co-founder Vote Leave; co-founder Big Brother Watch; Atlas Network; co-founder Conservative Friends Of Russia; co-founder Politics and Economics Research Trust; Free Market Forum; Bright Blue; ex-European Foundation; ex-New Culture Forum
  • Nigel Farage – Former UKIP leader; former The Brexit Party MEP; GB News; Bruges Group
  • Niall Ferguson – Hoover Institute; Centre For Policy Studies
  • Nick Ferrari – LBC
  • Murdo Fraser – Tory MSP
  • Charlotte Gill – GB News
  • David Goodhart – Policy Exchange; Free Speech Union
  • Darren Grimes – GB News; Reasoned; ex-Brexit Central; ex-Institute Of Economic Affairs; ex-BeLeave; ex-Turning Point UK
  • Jonathan Gullis -Tory MP
  • Dan Hannan – Tory peer; adviser to UK Board Of Trade; co-founder Institute For Free Trade; former Tory MEP; former speechwriter for Michael Howard when latter was Tory shadow Foreign Secretary; ex-director European Research Group; ex-Vote Leave; Students For Liberty; Bruges Group
  • Ben Harris-Quinney – Chair Bow Group
  • Julia Hartley-Brewer – TalkRadio; Free Speech Union
  • Tom Harwood – GB News; ex-Turning Point UK; ex-Guido Fawkes; former chair Students For Britain; ex-Students For Liberty
  • Julian Jessop – Institute Of Economic Affairs
  • Jeremy Kyle – Talk TV
  • Quentin Letts – Times
  • Oliver Letwin – Former Tory MP; Legatum Institute; ex-Centre For Policy Studies
  • Rod Liddle – Associate editor Spectator
  • Andrew Lilico – Telegraph
  • John Longworth – former Director General of British Chamber Of Commerce; former co-chair Leave Means Leave; former The Brexit Party MEP
  • Rupert Lowe – former The Brexit Party MEP; ex-chair Southampton FC: He sent the club into administration
  • Niall McCrae – Lecturer Kings College; Bruges Group
  • Kelvin McKenzie – Former editor The Sun; former co-owner Talksport
  • Alan Mendoza – Co-founder, executive director Henry Jackson Society
  • Patrick Minford – Academic (economics); Bruges Group; Freedom Association; Reform
  • Tim Montgomerie – Co-founder Centre For Social Justice; co-founder ConservativeHome; Legatum Institute; co-founder Unherd; former speechwriter for William Hague and Iain Duncan-Smith when each was Tory leader; former adviser to Boris Johnson when latter was Prime Minister
  • Charles Moore – Tory peer; former chair Policy Exchange; former editor Telegraph, Spectator; former trustee Global Warming Policy Foundation
  • Douglas Murray – Associate editor Spectator; former associate director Henry Jackson Society; Fox News; Unherd
  • Fraser Nelson – Editor Spectator; Centre For Policy Studies
  • Isabel Oakeshott – Talk TV; ex-GB News; ex-Sunday Times; author: ‘The Bad Boys Of Brexit’
  • Allison Pearson – Journalist; Free Speech Union
  • Jordan Peterson – Former academic
  • Melanie Phillips – Times; The Jewish Chronicle
  • Stephen Pollard – Senior Adviser The Jewish Chronicle
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg – Tory MP
  • Calvin Robinson – GB News; ex-Henry Jackson Society
  • Mark Rowley – Commissioner Metropolitan Police
  • Dominique Samuels – Ex-Turning Point UK; ex-Orthodox Conservatives
  • Lionel Shriver – Spectator; Free Speech Union
  • Shanker Singham – Lawyer; former adviser to Liz Truss when latter was International Trade Secretary; former adviser to Liam Fox when latter was International Trade Secretary; Institute Of Economic Affairs; ex-Legatum Institute; ex-Babson Global; ex-Global Vision
  • Samantha Smith – Spectator; New Culture Forum
  • Paul Staines – Founder Guido Fawkes; Free Speech Union
  • Tim Stanley – Telegraph
  • David Starkey – Historian; Free Speech Union
  • Alistair Stewart – GB News
  • Desmond Swayne – Tory MP
  • Norman Tebbit – Tory peer; former Tory Home Secretary
  • Richard Tice – Businessman; former The Brexit Party MEP; leader Reform UK; Talk TV; former co-chair Leave Means Leave
  • Camilla Tominey – Associate editor Telegraph; GB News
  • Olivia Utley – GB News, ex-The Sun, ex-Telegraph
  • Emma Webb – Director Common Sense Society; Free Speech Union; New Culture Forum; GB News; ex-Henry Jackson Society; ex-Civitas
  • Chloe Westley – former Special Adviser to Boris Johnson when latter was Prime Minister; ex-Tax-Payers’ Alliance; former director Museum Of Communist Terror; alumnus Mannkal Economic Education Foundation
  • James Whale – Talk TV
  • Peter Whittle – New Culture Forum; former UKIP London Assembly member
  • Dan Wootton – GB News
  • Toby Young – Director Free Speech Union

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