November 26, 2010

How's that whole Fascist European Union experiment working?

Nigel Farage To European Parliament: "The Euro Game Is Up... Just Who The Hell Do You Think You Are? You Are Very Dangerous People"

Famous euroskeptic Nigel Farage (as seen previously here), in just under 4 brief minutes tells more truth about the entire European experiment than all European bankers, commissioners, and politicians have done in the past decade. As we have already said pretty much all of this before, we present it without commentary: "Good morning Mr. van Rompuy, you've been in office for one year, and in that time the whole edifice is beginning to crumble, there's chaos, the money's running out, I should thank you - you should perhaps be the pinup boy of the euroskeptic movement. But just look around this chamber this morning, look at these faces, look at the fear, look at the anger. Poor Barroso here looks like he's seen a ghost. They're beginning to understand that the game is up.



banned said...

Days later Nigels colleague Godfrey Bloom was ejected from the Evil ЮCCP chamber for telling them that they are the fascists that they are

My own fear is that Nigel should be wary of more traditional European methods of removing opponents, assasination.

Rhod said...

Rather than fascism, I think the EU is/was the reimposition of fuedalism. The soi-disant intelligentsia simply replaced the hereditary aristocracy, while pretending to be a meritocrats.

The EU was predictable too, because it expressed the post-war elites' contempt for "nationalism", patriotism and personal sovereignty, and their obsession with fluffy ideas about collectivism, pacifism, incessant talk with no action, multi-culturalism and group identities.

A side effect of these delusions is that immigrants don't assimilate because there is nothing worth the effort of assimilation and no requirements to do so.

History will probably note, when Europe is in ruins, that Europeans never realized that their greatest threat wasn't Soviet communism or even the economics of socialism, but the moral wreckage of over-weening pride in the durability of their cultures while at the same time pissing away their spectacular heritage.

It makes me sick to see it.

The_Kid said...

I see the whole thing as a simple case of "systems that cannot sustain themselves grasping at all around them and pulling the others down around them".

Who is strong and decides to partner with those who are weak ? For what purpose? Let them fail ! They'll come back stronger.

No, this was a case of those who are weak partnering with others who were also weak and weaker for one last fix.

It's what socialism does. It's a parasite. California is next. Or maybe Michigan or New York. California could care less about its budget. It assumes it can feed off the rest of the country. It's a teenager with 18 maxed out credit cards assuming it can get 18 more.

America is the next EU. Texas and any state with any strength at all need to protect themselves from the Socialist States of America. And they do exist. Economically, many are actually worse off than California in terms of debt versus their own revenue capability.

Recession? Depression? Pfffft. Gonna get a lot worse than that for some.

Gorges Smythe said...

It's so rare to see anyone speak the truth these days that it's downright refreshing, despite the subject.

They Say/We Say said...

Rod is wright. There is no more arrogant French men, claiming to be the Frenchmen. Auah wait aminute, if the EU fails, they will go back to being arrogant Frenchmen - ahshucks.

sig94 said...

Another voice in the wilderness that no one wants to listen to. When the whole socialist house of cards comes crashing down there will be blood. The Europeans were always at each other's throats for centuries. Nothing has changed except the fighting is more genteel-like and consists of stabbing each other in the back economically.

Starsplash said...

Dan 11:14 And in those times there shall many stand up against the king of the south: also the robbers of thy people shall exalt themselves to establish the vision; but they shall fall.

Amazing how it all seemed like a humongous theft of the sovereignty of nations and peoples....

Oh how the mighty are fallen.

I am reminded of old roadrunner cartoons as the coyote who is climbing a rope that is broken off whence having reached the top of the rope and with a giant question mark over his head suddenly realizes that that euphoric floating feeling they had was the weightlessness of free fall. And we the people watch with great mirth from the height as the coyote and rope fall out of sight to meat the ground in a muffled and distant poom.

I think I will link to this vid as well.