Farage: 2016 Was a Year of ‘Big Political Revolution’, More to Come Next Year

UKIP’s interim leader Nigel Farage has hailed 2016 as the “year of the big political revolution” after the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump. He said that this year will go down as one of the big years in history, however a “seismic” political realignment could be the way in Britain if the establishment tries to block Brexit. Mr Farage was speaking at a Brexit celebration at London’s Ritz hotel, which organisers said was to “thank Nigel Farage for leading us to victory in the referendum and for his 25 years of dedicated service towards the Brexit cause”. Addressing the crowd, Mr Farage said that “when people look back in 100 years or 200 years, 2016 will stand out as one of those great history years. It’s the year of the big political revolution.” “Brexit was the first brick knocked out of the establishment wall and then what we got on November 8 with the election of ‘the Donald’ was something of a completely different order,” he added. .@Nigel_Farage declares Brexit victory as “unfinished business” against the “career, professional, political class”. pic.twitter.com/seLV8kNg2q — LEAVE.EU (@LeaveEUOfficial) November 23, 2016 Then, to cheers, he went on the warn those unhappy