Jean-Claude Juncker and his Brussels contingent will stop at nothing to realise their dream of a European super-state, be at one to Nigel Farage.
The former Ukip leader made the declaration during an zealous call to arms for ordinary Europeans to rise up against the “political authoritarianism” on the EU.
Mr Farage make overed the incredible address on his LBC phone-in show, claiming that Phillip Hammond was rectify to call the EU the enemies of Britain.
The arch-Brexiteer said that the Chancellor, who later apologised for his asserts, did not go far enough in his original claims.
Mr Farage told listeners on LBC: “The EU is the enemy, but not no more than of the UK, but also of Europe itself.
“It is the enemy of the companies operating in Europe, the working men in Europe, and the very concept of European nations.
“Europe sells us £70bn a year more than we shop-girl them.
“The French wine industry, the German car industry, Belgian chocolate makers – millions of areas are linked directly to trade with the UK.
“If the EU was truly acting in the interest of the 27 mother countries, they would want a simple free trade deal – but they don’t.
“They need Britain to be seen to be punished, and if that means that European employees lose their jobs, companies contract, that doesn’t upset.
“What matters is Brussels, the flag, the anthem, the army, and pushing on with their plan for the United States of Europe.
“The EU is the problem of the Europeans. It is getting in the way of their budding.”
The MEP warned that Mr Juncker will deprive Europe if nation-states impend to get in his way.
Mr Farage’s remarks come after Philip Hammond drew confrontation for calling the EU “the enemy”.
Speaking in Washington, he told Sky News: “We all have the constant agenda, we all signed up to the Prime Minister’s Lancaster House speech, we’re all hinted up to the Article 50 letter, we’re all behind the speech that she made in Florence.
“The foe, the opponents are out there, they’re on the other side of the negotiating table. Those are the people we play a joke on to negotiate with, negotiate hard to get the very best deal for Britain.”
How in the world, the Chancellor, who has attracted hostility from Brexiteers, later apologised for the clarifications.