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In one of his most passionate speeches (which says a lot), UKIP's Nigel Farage, on the May 9th celebration of the Euro, tells his European Parliament colleagues of his grave concern at the recent elections - which are very reminiscent of the elections in Germany in 1932. He warns that Europe faces the very real prospect of mass civil unrest and even revolution as the Euro project itself could even be the cause of (in it perfect irony as the initial solution to) a rebirth of national socialism in Europe. Farage pulls no punches but in three minutes provides a clear picture of just how concerned anyone who is not merely a head-in-the-sand status-quo muddle-through'er should be with regards Europe: "It is a European union of economic failure, of mass unemployment, and of low growth"
rebirth of national socialism in Europe.
I think Greece is in the perfect position to try National Socialism right now. They have nothing to lose. They should default and tell the IMF to [SNIP] off. They should implement autarky and close the borders. They should implement their own currency and work toward economic independance.
Originally posted by EvanB
I LOVE Nigel Farage!
I would love him to be PM
A national treasure.. Thanks for posting
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
The only difference, is in 1932 Germany / Hitler had the manufacturing capacity to get loans to rebuild Germany and its military, thus propelling the company into a positive fiscal stance..
Greece, does NOT have the manufacturing capacity, it does not have anything to give economically, therefore no nation will invest in Greece meaning they will not have the opportunity like Hitler to rebuild its nation and its army.