Parting Company With Nigel Farage and Suggesting a New Role
"Only the living can kill the dead." – Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
Nigel Farage has provided us with an eye-opening interview over at Eric King's "King News." He makes some blunt statements, even for him.
In this article, I'll take the opportunity first to congratulate him, then to part company and suggest a new role he might consider. The new role is based on a cheesy movie (see above) and a president (Abraham Lincoln) who was disastrous for US freedom. But it's a good role, nonetheless!
First, I want to express my admiration for Farage, not because he is a courageous politician – a kind of contradiction in terms – but because he is someone who regularly speaks truth to power.
Anyone who has seen the many YouTube videos of Farage standing up to the EU political establishment, speaking eloquently in Parliament without notes about the corruption and disenfranchisement of the European public, has got to come away with some feeling for the man.
Yes, he's a politician but in a sense he doesn't seem to be very interested in politics. One comes to believe he would be more than happy to put himself out of a job, were the EU finally to fall.
It is in a sense ironic, as Farage is a British politician, currently the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) Member of the European Parliament for South East England.
The King interview itself is entitled, "They Will Collapse The System & Enslave People."
Usually Farage is warning about some aspect or other of EU policy and how impossible it will be for the union to hold together in the long run. But in this interview he seems genuinely worried about impending, bloody social chaos.
He comes as close as I can remember to accusing those at the top of the EU of not simply presiding over potentially massive chaos but actually provoking it. The situation, he says, is "horrifying."
Blunt talk to be sure, and words that have been repeated many times in warning throughout the alternative media. The difference is that Farage MOVES in power elite circles.
He doesn't know ABOUT these people; he actually physically knows them. He knows where they live, what they think and ... most importantly, what they have in mind.
We've been making statements similar to what Farage is now saying for years – for a decade, actually. But being part of the alternative media, our statements like others in our camp reach mostly those who are at least somewhat "converted." That is, viewers already recognize the aberrant danger of what's going on.
Farage reaches a larger audience, and his UKIP party is growing in attractiveness. He's emerging as a credible spokesperson for what has gone wrong in the world. Here's some more from the article accompanying the interview at King World.
"Governments don't have the courage to tell the people that we cannot afford to go on living the way that we are. We've really failed very badly in having honest politics, so we have this gross and very grave debt problem."
"It means that at some point in the future, it may be three years, it may be five years, but at some point in time we are going to get (massive) inflation. If you devalue money, if you increase the money supply, that is what happens (massive inflation). We know history has told us this again and again.
It isn't the euro that scares me anymore. What scares me is the sheer level of indebtedness, and the fact that so many of our banks in the Western world are just in such serious trouble that we could face a situation where even if governments wanted to bail them out, the problem may become bigger than them.
So I do not discount, at some point, a really dramatic banking collapse."
As tough as this rhetoric is, it's not the banking collapse that is the most concerning to Farage. It's what he indicates is the "sinister aspect [of] men like (Italian Prime Minister) Mario Monti, and Mr. van Rompuy."
What they want to do, he tells us, is preclude solutions that would allow the citizens of Europe to actually take human action to combat the upcoming banking disaster. The Eurocrats, he indicates, WANT to enslave and imprison the peoples of these countries inside a 'New European Order.'
Strong language! Farage calls such an intention "horrifying" because it presages much worse in Europe: extremism, violence and rebellion. When people are trapped in a depression, they will fight back.
One can already see this taking place across Europe where what the bought-and-paid-for media calls the "far right" is making political gains. When people are desperate, simple solutions are appealing. The power elite counts on this, for the more extreme the political solution, the more justification arises to "crack down."
I've tried to provide a flavor of Farage's increasingly extreme rhetoric and I hope I've succeeded. But now let me part company with Farage. Ultimately, Farage is horrified at the notion of a banking collapse and the chaotic and deadly ramifications. He sees a banking collapse as a calamity but I would ask ...
What is there to save? Could any emergent system be so much worse than what we have now?
A real collapse may be the only way out of the sickness of this modern, globalist conspiracy. It should be evident and obvious by now that the elites are fighting hard to establish globalism and are using every historical weapon in their toolkit, including war, economic ruin and harsh political authoritarianism.
It is the Internet Reformation, as we call it, that has likely given rise to the elites' determination to move ahead with their plans quickly and aggressively. But the irony is, in this Internet era, the faster they move, the more they alarm people like Farage. It's a kind of closed-feedback loop.
Right now there are still many who haven't woken up to what's going on. But the more the elites press for their "new world order," the more people they warn.
People, once warned, will do what humans naturally do: seek out information. The information about what's really going on is all there on the Internet, millions of pages about this likely 300-year-old conspiracy. Best case, this conspiracy shatters into a thousand – a million – pieces.
Farage, as eloquent and blunt as he is, still worries about a banking bust up. I say ... Let it happen.
Let people return, as they would quickly, to a series of overlapping currency and money metals solutions. Let people congregate in communities of interest run by themselves, not politicians a thousand miles away.
Let people barter, or trade currency or put silver or even gold into circulation as they choose. All this is preferable to the current monopoly central banking that is nothing more essentially than a bankroll for global government.
Farage doesn't see the irony that in defending the current system, he is actually helping shore up what he claims to despise. That system actually died in 2008. What is left today is a kind of zombie-fication of a more vibrant private banking and warehouse system that existed centuries ago.
It doesn't matter how many trillions the elites throw at the system. A system that has died cannot come back to life. What the power elite is now doing is playing for time. Its secretive members are obviously hoping a general collapse will bring about the world government and the world currency and money system they desire.
Farage understands this, yet he apparently wishes to preserve the very tools that "they" are using to bankroll their quest.
So ... as far as the courageous Nigel Farage has gone, he still has not gone far enough.
He should not be attempting to salvage or retain the current system but to end it ... end it lawfully but END it.
Put a stake through its heart. That's the role I'd like to see him play.
Posted by jordan on 09/16/12 01:30 PM
really didn't get the impression from your Farage quotes, or the original KWN article (or from any of the many other Farage pieces i've seen) that Farage has a great concern for "saving" the banking system. far from it.