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