Farage has been critical of those trying to delay Brexit – including campaigner Gina Miller
The former Ukip leader scolded the political establishment for acting “as if the people serve them” following the seven-month anniversary of the vote to leave the crumbling Brussels bloc.
Writing in The Telegraph, Mr Farage claimed: “I know that I speak for many in expressing deep frustration that this is all taking so long.
Every attempt to delay or dilute the referendum result will only lead to a further anger towards a large section of our political class
“The whole point of the referendum was to trust the judgment of the people… the Supreme Court has decided to take that trust away.”
He went on to criticise the Government for having so far failed to start the Brexit process, despite former Prime Minister David Cameron claiming: “this is your decision. The government will implement what you decide.”
Mr Farage said: “Nothing could have been further from the truth.
BREXIT: Supreme Court Ruling
Tue, January 24, 2017
Britain's most senior judges ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May does not have the power to trigger the formal process Article 50 for the UK's exit from the European Union without Parliament having a say.
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Issued by the Supreme Court of (top row, from the left) Lord Neuberger, Lord Mance, Lord Kerr, Lord Sumption, (bottom row, from the left) Lady Hale, Lord Clarke, Lord Wilson and Lord Hodge, who agreed with the majority decision that the Government could not trigger Article 50 without Parliamentary approval.
“They only said that because they were confident of a Remain vote.
“Now, many in the British Establishment are following a precedent from across the European Union, going right back to the rejection of the Maastricht treaty in the early Nineties.
Farage pictured during an interview following the Supreme Court ruling
“If they get the ‘wrong’ result, you’re either forced to vote again or you are simply ignored.”
Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling has boosted Remainer hopes of delayed and diluted Brexit deal, which the former Ukip leader believes could have been avoided if Theresa May had triggered Article 50 as soon as she took office in July.
The Brexiteer added: “So now the decision goes back to the very House of Commons whose members, for nearly half a century, have dishonestly led us on a path towards European union without ever telling us what they were doing.
“My contempt for these people was such that I left a career in business to devote myself to Ukip and its cause.
“I have no doubt that the Liberal Democrats, SNP and Labour will do everything in their power to delay and dilute Brexit.”
Theresa May has come under pressure for not triggering Article 50 sooner
There is still hope, however, according to the former Ukip leader.
He concluded: “There are significant numbers of Remain voters who are democrats and respect the outcome of the referendum.
“Many others who voted Remain because of the apocalyptic threats of George Osborne can now see that their house prices have not plummeted. They no longer fear Brexit.
“Every attempt to delay or dilute the referendum result will only lead to a further anger towards a large section of our political class.
“The revolution of June 2016 is far from over.”