February 15th, 2012
NewsRescue- Addressing the Commission and European Parliament in Strasbourg today, Fire-breathing Nigel Farage told the audience that if he were a Greek he would be out on the streets protesting at the measures being imposed. He said: “There is a Troika running Greece, not a democracy… three foreign officials that fly in and tell the Greeks what they can and con not do.” He further warned that Greece is being set toward a revolution, with 50% of its youth unemployed, and an economy on a downward death spiral, with a contraction of 7% per annum.
Farage: The violence and destruction that you saw on Sunday is being caused directly, because people are having their democratic rights taken away from them.. what else can they do, and if I must say, If I was a Greek, I would be out there joining the protests on Saturday, I would be out there trying to bring down this monstrosity that has been put upon these people.
According to Reuters, the Euro zone finance ministers dropped plans for a special face-to-face meeting on Wednesday on Greece’s new international bailout, saying political party chiefs in Athens had failed to provide the required commitment to reform. Their concerns included the next man most likely to be Greece’s next prime minister having not yet to signed a commitment to implement the austerity measures demanded by the EU and IMF.
Earlier on November 16th, 2011, in an explosive submission, the United Kingdom’s Independence party leader, Nigel Farage thoroughly slammed EU bosses over the European crisis.
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Farange declared last Novermber in the video above, that the Euro was definitely a failure, in a speech during which he sternly rejected ‘not-democratically’ elected Euro bosses. Farange further said that Europe, was now German dominated, with Angela Merkel to lead the Union, and installed puppets in Greece and Italy, replacing Papandreou and Berlusconi.
Referring to the behavior of Europe’s bosses as villains, in denial, who should all be fired, he directly attacked Mr von Rompuy as a noisy un-elected leader who was oblivious enough to declare to Italians that it was not a time for elections, but a time for actions.
Nigel Farange in his fiery remarks in November of 2010 had similarly blasted the Euro bosses- It’s even more serious than economics because if you rob people of their identity, if you rob them of their democracy, then all they are left with is nationalism and violence. I can only hope and pray that the Euro project is destroyed by the markets before that.
The anti-democratic attitude of the EU and its unelected rulers did not avoid mention. “By any objective measure, the Euro is a failure. And who is actually responsible, who is in charge? Well of course the answer is none of you, because none of you have been elected, and none of you have any democratic legitimacy for the roles you currently hold within this crisis,” said European Minister of Parliament Nigel Farage of the UK Independence Party, one of the better-known critics of the EU whose passionate speeches have been viewed by millions around the world.
“When [former Greek Prime Minister George] Papandreou got up and used the word ‘referendum’ — [European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli] Rehn, you described it as a ‘breach of confidence,’ and your friends here got together like a pack of hyenas, rounded on Papandreou, had him removed, and replaced by a puppet government,” Farage explained during a speech in the European Parliament last month. “What an absolutely disgusting spectacle that was.”
After Greece, the undemocratic EU regime-change apparatus targeted Italy’s elected leader next, Farage continued. “Not satisfied with that, you decided that [former Italian Prime Minister Silvio] Berlusconi had to go. So he was removed and replaced by Mr. Monti, a former European Commissioner, a fellow architect of this euro disaster, and a man who wasn’t even a member of the Parliament,” he said, referring to Bilderberg and Trilateral Commission leader Mario Monti, a Goldman Sachs adviser who was installed in power after Berlusconi’s removal.
The harshest criticism, however, was reserved for EU President von Rompuy. “I was wrong about you…. I said you’d be the quiet assassin of nation-state democracy, but you’re not anymore, you’re rather noisy about it,” Farage declared as Rompuy squirmed in his seat. “You, an unelected man, went to Italy and said ‘this is not the time for elections, but the time for actions.’ What in God’s name gives you the right to say that to the Italian people?”
Blaming the Irish politicians for being stupid and greedy to join the EU, suffering low interest rates, a false boom and massive bust, he attacked them as being happy to destroy democracy and lead to millions unemployed, to fulfill their Euro dream. Calling them out for refusing Ireland conducting a general election till their budget was fixed, commandeered by Commissioner Ran in the panel.
Belgium hasn’t had a government for 6 months due to the new world Global order being achieved by in part by the invention of the EU.
Nigel Farange further predicted that Portugal would soon follow, with its deficit at 325% of their GDP. Spain next with a Bailout 7xs that of Ireland, at which time there will be no bail out money left.
He predicted that Nationalism and violence will overtake Europe if this path continued.
Sources: TheNewAmerican, Russia Today