Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party has launched ‘The Brexit Club’ an exclusive member-only section of his company available for a ‘small’ £100 a month fee.
The new club has led many to speculate that Farage is trying to prove, once and for all, that idiots and their money are very easily parted.
Political analyst Simon Williams told us, “What better way to determine if an idiot can be freed of their money, than by asking for £100 of it, every month, to be part of some ideological crusade that is based on nothing but a load of jingoistic fiction?
“You have to give credit to Nigel Farage, there are very few people who could get away with starting a private company then getting people to give it money – in return for nothing at all – all under the guise of promoting a thing that is happening anyway. It’s like asking for a donation to ensure the sun comes up tomorrow.
“He’s like so many of these online grifters, they all target the gullible – the people who can be tricked into sharing fake contests on Facebook, or into paying for a get-rich-quick-scheme. Except he’s targetting people he tricked into believing Brexit was going to be a good thing for the country. The ‘super-gullible’, as we call them.
“Now he knows who they are he can finally get to the endgame, which is to target them and to milk them for every penny. If you can convince someone that Turkey’s non-existent membership of the EU represents an existential threat to this country, then prying £100 a month from them will be child’s play.
“Honestly, grifters gonna grift, and as a case study in getting stupid people to give you money, the Brexit Club is perfect.”