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Here’s the address Farage used for his German passport application

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Last night’s article on Nigel Farage’s application for a German passport has, not surprisingly, attracted significant interest. It has also attracted some challenges, given the information that this writer saw for background and corroboration but was not able to publish in the article, in order to comply with the conditions on which the whistleblowers were willing to provide the information.

After further conversations this morning, one of the witnesses to the application has agreed to the publication of further information to help substantiate the evidence already shown – the address used by Mr Farage on his application:

Paul-Sorge-Str 133-135, 22455 Hamburg – shown on the map below.

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The address is that of the school attended by Mr Farage’s wife, Kirsten (nee Mehr):

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and may also have a family link via a swimming school that is also based at the same location.

As shown in the previous article, the penalty for making a false declaration on a passport application is up to 5 years in prison or a fine, so if the allegations of a false declaration are upheld, the situation for the former UKIP leader could be serious.

Hopefully, this information will help to lay to rest the doubts of those who have objected to what could be revealed so far. Except, of course, for any whose doubts were driven by wishful thinking rather than genuine concern for the evidence.

PS. For those who are now postulating all this was to do with getting German citizenship for his kids, they automatically have it as a result of having a German citizen for a parent.

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24 comments

  1. How can we know that this address is of one of Farage’s wife’s relatives? Especially if as you say, the address comes up as that of a swimming school.

    1. Because it’s the registered office address of the swimming school – at the residence of Mrs F’s cousin. Easy to check, especially for MSM.

      1. How do WE know this? Your readers. We can’t check the name of the cousin. Could you get any confirmation that is public?

      2. You can check the name of the cousin with a quick Google search if you’re so inclined. As can any news outlet that wishes to. As for my readers, they’re free to choose to believe based on this blog’s previous track record of being right on such matters, or to disbelieve. Even a mainstream newspaper will not always publish all its information – it just has to have it as background to be confident that what it does publish is correct.

      3. Well, no, it’s not. it’s actually the address of the Comprehensive School (Gesamtschule) in the locality

        https://nachbarschaft.immobilienscout24.de/adressen/hamburg,hamburg,niendorf/verwaltung/niendorf-gesamtschule,75486197.html

        Here’s the website of the school, giving the same address

        https://www.stadtteilschule-niendorf.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=97&Itemid=63

        I suppose it’s possible this supposed relative of Farago’s wife lives at the school, but this is multiply, provably NOT a private address.

        I just used the ‘backwards facility’ on the Deutsche Telekom website to use the address to find any phone number at this address. It gives…the school, and school only – try it yourself

        http://www.dastelefonbuch.de/Rückwärts-Suche

      4. Suggest you google a little further, as the name of the cousin comes up in association with the swimming school at exactly this address.

  2. You are actually wrong about his kids. Just because they qualify, it doesn’t mean they yet have actual passports so a trip to the embassy is still necessary to apply for the passport irrespective.

    (Disclaimer I have been German since August and had to go back to the embassy on Dec 23 finally to put my passport form in and have the biometrics done. I also went earlier (7 days before the referendum) to get my citizenship application in.)

    Citizenship and passport are not the same thing. Many who apply for and get citizenship don’t bother with the passport at all – I have been told by an embassy contact.

    I still think this was probably about his children.

    1. I didn’t say it does mean that, so you’re arguing with a strawman in that instance. Nor did I say he wouldn’t have to go if they wanted one. But the information from witnesses and whistleblowers shows that’s not why he was there.

    2. If he was there for his kids, then why not just say that?

      Indeed, why would his kids need German passports, seeing as June 23 would be a day that our successors would celebrate as “the day we gained our freedom”? Why leave the land of milk and honey for the land of that “ghastly” Mrs. Merkel?

  3. “After further conversations this morning, one of the witnesses to the application has agreed to the publication of further information to help substantiate the evidence already shown – the address used by Mr Farage on his application”. Frankly, anyone could have – and probably has – made this up. This is ZERO PROVABLE EVIDENCE – and an epic fail. “Hopefully, this information will help to lay to rest the doubts of those who have objected to what could be revealed so far. Except, of course, for any whose doubts were driven by wishful thinking rather than genuine concern for the evidence”. So, if I doubt you, I am more or less backing Farage? Frankly, that is utterly pathetIc. A random address with no provable link to Farage is not ‘information’ that proves anything whatsoever.

    1. You think a reporter with the resources of a mainstream newspaper behind him/her would take more than 5 mins to verify this? It’s there for any to disprove who wishes to – or not.

      1. Telling other people to disprove your claim rather than bothering to prove it does not exactly inspire confidence.

    1. I can’t see on the links provided where it says ‘solely the school. On the contrary, if you type in either 133 or 134 on Google Earth, they both go to the same building – a middle-sized house, not the neighbouring school. There appears to be some discrepancy in the imaging among different sites. Either way, 133 belongs to a relative of Mrs F. Unlikely to be coincidence!

      1. The bona fides of which, of course, will remain hidden, and we will ‘just have to take your word for it’. What proof do we have this person even exists ?

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