Mr Farage blasted the EU for disregarding the Dutch people after they voted against the proposed Constitution of Europe in 2005.
He highlighted how EU leaders had “ignored them and brought the Lisbon Treaty through the back door.”
Mr Farage said Britain’s vote to quit the EU now offered a “beacon of hope”.
He said: “What happened last Thursday was a remarkable result. It was a seismic result, not just for British politics, but for European politics but perhaps even for global politics too, because what the little people did, what the ordinary people did, what the people who have been oppressed over the last few years and who have seen their living standards go down [did], they rejected the multinationals, they rejected the merchant banks, they rejected big politics.
“And they said, actually, we want our country back. We want our fishing waters back. We want our borders back. And we want to be an independent, self-governing, normal nation and that is what we have done and that is what must happen.
And in doing so we offer a beacon of hope to democrats across the rest of the European continent. I will make one prediction this morning; the United Kingdom will not be the last member state to leave the European Union.”