MEP Nigel Farage Tells EU Parliament: “Who the Hell do You Think You Are: The Euro Game Is Up” (Video)

European Parliament member Nigel Paul Farage, a British politician and is the leader of the UK Independence Party, called for the end of the EU today.

“You are very, very dangerous people indeed. Your obsession with creating this Euro-State means that you’re happy to destroy democracy. You appear to be happy for millions and millions of people to be unemployed and to be poor. Untold millions must suffer so that your Euro-Dream can continue… We don’t want that flag, we don’t want the anthem, we don’t want this political class. We want the whole thing consigned to the dustbin of history.”

Of course, this went over like a lead balloon.
Via Breitbart TV:

The Economic Voice reported:


Nigel Farage was once again in fine form, berating the EU for allowing (encouraging) whole sections of the EU to get into debt and then slavishly following political objectives for unification whatever the cost to the ordinary people of Europe.

He was speaking as co-president of Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD), which is a collection of nine parties holding 32 MEP seats.

Entertaining as ever, but look at the faces he is addressing, they do not look so amused. Maybe the message is just beginning to hit home.

One wonders if the powers that be in Europe would really allow country after country to go to the wall, enslaving their children and grandchildren into financial slavery ad infinitum just for some obscure idealogical reasons.

Answers to that one on the back of a fag packet please.

For my money they would sell and give away everything in the pursuit of being seen as right. And they think that if they throw enough of other peoples’ (yours and my) money at it then they can eventually steamroller over any obstacles.

The trouble is that the markets, especially the monster bond (debt) market that these faceless politicians have helped to create has woken up and has other ideas.

Not only will their ideas be viewed with incredulity by historians, the economic damage they have caused may well be equated with many of the wars of recent history.

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