The Britons launched an attack on the Remainers and said they only voted to remain in the EU because it is all about money.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s World Tonight from the Lord Nelson pub in South East London, one Brexiteer praised Britain’s decision to “finally” leave the EU. He said: “I went 200 miles to go home to vote. It’s about time we did it and finally finally got out.”
He hit out and Remain supporters and said they are “upper class” British people who “do not see reality”.
Another said: “They are greedy b******s. It’s all money to them people.
“Who won the war? We did.”
The Brexiteer hit out at the people who still insist we should remain in the European Union and don’t want Brexit. He said: “They are a*******s.”
He added: “I’m all for Brexit myself. We have had two world wars with Europe. So I mean, you know, who needs them?”
When asked about how he views a Remain supporter, he said: “I don’t think much of them at all. Most of them are of course people with the money.
“You’ve had your choice. You’ve had the vote – that’s it. Follow it through.”
Arch-Remainers such as Lord Adonis, Nick Clegg and Tony Blair have all called for a second Brexit referendum.
Former deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the public should be entitled to have another look at Brexit.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage said in January a second vote could be an opportunity to “kill off” Remainer protests “for a generation”.
Mr Farage said: “So, I’m out of denial. I was in denial. I was saying: ‘We’ve won, it’s all over.’ I have now got myself mentally ready for the possibility – as happened in Denmark and Ireland and other countries – that they’ll make us vote again and we must be prepared.”
He claimed Britain should have a second referendum on EU membership otherwise “the Cleggs, the Blairs, the Adonises will never, ever, ever give up”.
Mr Farage’s Brexit intervention was praised by Mr Clegg and Lord Adonis who claimed there is increased pressure from the public for a second Brexit vote.
Boris Johnson is to use a speech on Wednesday to reassure Remainers who are angry about Brexit that leaving the EU is reason for “hope not fear”.
Mr Johnson’s speech is the first of a series of speeches by Cabinet Ministers where they plan to outline the track to Brexit.