David Cameron Is Piggy-in-the-Middle
Well, it's not all bad news, because in Britain the opinion polls are clear that a clear, settled majority of Brits now want to leave this Union, leaving David Cameron as piggy-in-the-middle, trying to pretend to be a Eurosceptic when he comes over here, going back home and claiming victories – but he's stuck. And I predict one thing: Big political change is coming in Britain because he's losing the support of millions of his own voters. – Nigel Farage
Dominant Social Theme: The EU is expanding because it has to.
Free-Market Analysis: The EU crisis leading inexorably to further consolidation was supposed to be seen as a genuine evolution. Of course, we know now from statements made in the past that EU leaders expected and desired a crisis. Our suspicion, therefore, is that modern central banking economy was focused on creating the current growing European depression.
In this video, Nigel Farage refers to this mechanism forthrightly. This legislator, leader of UKIP in Britain and also a leader of the Europe Of Freedom And Democracy group, states plainly for the record that European leaders are desirous of economic breakdown. Here is a transcript of part of the video (available below):
Well, Mr Van Rompuy, when you first appeared here in what proved to be a rather expensive speech, I said you'd be the quiet assassin of nation state democracy.
And sure enough, in your dull and technocratic way, you've gone about your course.
But I have to say, you're even worse than I thought you were going to be. I thought it was just going to be a federal Europe – a federal union. But actually it appears with every statement you make that what you now want is the total subjugation of the states to completely undemocratic structures based in Brussels.
I misread the bailouts. I thought that when the bailouts happened – and I could see the panic around this chamber, people fearing economic meltdown.
But you, of course, were calm through it all, because you saw the bailouts as your opportunity to take control. Just think how Ireland today is managed. Greece, for that matter. The sinister-sounding Troika [Commission-ECB-IMF] come in, 50 officials spend a few days in the country, investigate the situation and then tell puppet prime ministers what they may or may not do.
And I note great enthusiasm in this chamber for Spain to have a bailout. Lots of members here want Spain to accept the bailout so that they too are subjugated to this new order. Indeed, in Italy, the appointee there, Mr Monti, is very keen for his own country to be bailed out because, to quote him, he fears that parliamentary democracy could bring down the European Union.
So I think it's pretty clear that your next phase is for those that haven't been bailed out and may not need to be bailed out – you now want them to sign guarantees, budget guarantees, and to have the power to strike down national budgets after they have been through parliaments.
I have to say, I feel that the eurozone is now in a very dark place, economically, socially, politically ... and I fear that the countries trapped inside it, in that prison, will be there for many years to come.
This is valuable speech, if only for the statement of how EU leaders welcome rather than fear the current crisis. And here is our question: Is it then such a leap to speculate that crisis was planned?
Via central banking it is fairly easy to create a great boom and then a bust. It is easy, too, to focus banks – controlled by elites – on lending recklessly during the boom. Over and over this happens, and each time the topmost authorities claim they are caught by surprise.
It is our expectation, stated regularly, that thanks to the Internet and eloquent spokespeople such as Farage, the large mass of European citizenry is waking to their manipulation. Farage's characterization of Prime Minister David Cameron as "piggy-in-the-middle" is one such observation of this growing awareness.
See the video here:
(Video from Antinwonews's YouTube user channel.)
Posted by dremi on 11/11/12 05:00 AM
great site, DB.
what are those "statements made in the past" that show that "EU leaders expected and desired a crisis."?
Posted by alexsemen on 11/05/12 02:54 PM
Nigel Farage is the ONE!
Out there is almost nobody I would I could trust !
Thank you Nigel and DB !
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Posted by SgtBarnes on 10/31/12 12:36 PM
Ahh, Nigel! One of the only politicians in the world who brings the truth. I particularly enjoy the subtle dramas going on within the cliques as he is speaking. Surely something along the lines of "how can we turn his microphone off?"
Posted by Col on 10/31/12 10:01 AM
Nigel Farage is a straight shooting no Bu--hit Politician, I wish there were one like him in every nation.