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Eurozone finance ministers have also gathered in Brussels to discuss the 130 billion euro Greek bailout - but Greece must wait another week before the money starts to flow. The final say will be given on the first tranche after Athens reaches agreement with its private creditors next Thursday. As another nervous week lies ahead for Greece, Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of the UK Independence Party, says the sacrifices it's being forced to make only drag the country deeper into trouble.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
European Parliament, Strasbourg, 12 December 2012 - ROUND TWO • Speaker: Nigel Farage MEP, Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Co-President of the 'Europe of Freedom and Democracy' (EFD) Group in the European Parliament - http://nigelfaragemep.co.uk • Debate: Preparations for the European Council meeting (13-14 December 2012) Council and Commission statements [2012/2725(RSP)] Transcript: When, many years ago I stood up in this place and said the euro project was flawed and would end very badly, I was met with a wall of derision in this house and I must admit it was a very lonely old game. But now there is a growing number of people here who recognise the flaws in the euro project and indeed out in Europe roughly half the population of the EU and the Eurozone now regret going into the currency. And I was pleased to see this week, that an even bigger voice is now being heard among the experts in the financial community. Indeed the Danish bank, Saxo Bank, said that Eurozone leaders are behaving like drug addicts and alcoholics. And how right Saxo Bank are because you keep on taking that same drug that is doing you and the peoples of Europe so much damage. It is time for some recognition that Mediterranean states do not fit into the Eurozone and if this summit pushes on towards banking and fiscal union it is not going to help anybody, it's going to break up in the end. .................................. • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Monday, December 3, 2012
I hate interviewer's who do nothing but try to smear positive results for UKIP. The fact is; UKIP is making progress, has made progress and the leftist bigots who persist in trying to wave them away do nothing but make themselves look more out of touch with the public.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
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Friday, November 30, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
Nigel Farage : Mr Cameron heads to Brussels tomorrow, I think on 'mission impossible'. But it is a remarkable debate to think that the European Union is talking about taking another trillion euros from European taxpayers despite the fact that the accounts have not been signed off for 18 years in a row. If this was a company, the directors, or in this case the Commission, would all be in prison. But never mind, Mr Cameron will go and he will argue for a freeze. Or what he means by a freeze - is the same over bloated budget with increases for inflation. That actually is the best, the very best that he can achieve in these negotiations. I have no doubt he will actually come home with the UK taxpayer having an even bigger bill. Well it won't work because the public opinion in Britain is now very clear. What our taxpayers are saying is 'Enough is enough.' No longer do we wish to pay money to Hungarian companies involved in projects to "improve the lifestyle and living standards of dogs". And our patience has completely snapped at such cultural absurdities as the 400,000 euros given to the Flying Gorillas Dance Troupe who using their own language of "rhythm, music and gibberish" - well they'd fit in here well wouldn't they - give performances such as the "brilliant 'Smelly Foot Dance' with an acoustic score that includes spectacular belching." No, I'm not making it up. And I think the British public are angry at the fleets of chauffeur driven cars, at the extravagant buildings and the never ending travelling circus that is the European Parliament. We pay 53 million pounds a day to be a member of this organisation for no benefit whatsoever. Mr Cameron, when you come back from this Brussels summit why don't you accept my challenge, and let's have a proper and full debate in Britain on whether it's worth staying a member of this Union or not. The last opinion polls over the weekend show that now, by a majority of two to one, the British people now want us to leave this Union and not pay you a penny piece. Thank you.
Saturday, November 24, 2012
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Wednesday, November 14, 2012
• Speaker: Nigel Farage MEP, Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Co-President of the 'Europe of Freedom and Democracy' (EFD) Group in the European Parliament - http://nigelfaragemep.co.uk • Debate: Conference of Presidents meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel Transcript: Good afternoon, everybody. Chancellor Merkel, So you're off to Downing Street to negotiate the EU budget with David Cameron. And you do so against the backdrop of the Court of Auditors, yesterday, for the 18th year in a row, failing to give the accounts a clean bill of health; you do so against the vote in the House of Commons last week where a majority of MPs were asking for reductions in the EU Budget. And of course you do so with a growing anger in Britain - Why are we pumping £53 million a day of British taxpayers' money into this Union? Not that it will matter a bit. Cameron is a very weak Prime Minister, I am sure you shall walk all over him tonight and win that negotiation. But the EU budget isn't really the question. It is Britain's place in this Union that is the real question. And increasingly Britain looks like a square peg in a round hole. You see, we didn't join the Eurozone and that means that every time you have one of your summits in Brussels, when the big debates are going on, there is actually nothing for the British Prime Minister to say. And in fact if we do say anything we are now seen as the dog in the manger. The fact is Chancellor, you are now leading the Eurozone on a journey to a much more deeply centralised and I think more fundamentally undemocratic Europe. But nonetheless, we simply cannot join you on that journey. Whether it is harmonisation of financial market regulations as you said today, whether it is the Financial Transaction Tax, whether it is the Banking Union - Cameron is forced into the position, time and time again where there is nothing he can say other than "No". Because British public opinion, and now as the Labour Party appears to have discovered a bit of Euroscepticism, or at least a bit of opposition, he cannot join these conversations. Now I sense in Brussels, not from you, but certainly around this chamber, an increasingly growing hostility to the United Kingdom's membership of this Union. And indeed there are many here who blame the Anglo-Saxon markets in London and New York for the faults of the Eurozone. Wouldn't it be better Chancellor, tonight if you went to Downing Street and said to Mr Cameron, 'Look, this simply doesn't work anymore, it really is time for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. He hasn't got the courage to say it himself but if you said it to him, it might have an impact. All I am suggesting Chancellor is that we have a simple amicable divorce and that we'll all get on much better in the future. - Second Speech after Merkel's Response: It's a very different European Union, isn't it! The 17 eurozone countries are on a journey and are moving somewhere completely different. And every single proposal that you come up with, Mr Cameron is forced to say No to. So we are going to find ourselves effectively as the Cinderella state. Because you will make big decisions that affect the Single Market of which we are a member but according to you, even UK members of this Parliament won't be able to vote on issues that affect the Eurozone which undeniably knock on to the Single Market. So I understand what you are saying but frankly we find ourselves now in a completely illogical position. I would have thought that Britain will either have to be wholly fully in or wholly fully out and with a simple Free Trade agreement. And maybe Mr Cameron would agree with you on this but ultimately the British populace are seeking a totally new settlement.
Monday, November 12, 2012
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Britain stay with your pound Germany Get your Mark Back France Get your Franc back make a tri-partener trade pact Industrialize , Produce and Export your quality goods Europe = These 3 nations , Others are dragging them to hell, ( Spain, Ireland Greece , Nearly Italy and portugal and god knows who else ) WAKE UP!
Monday, November 5, 2012
Look at these psychotic bureaucrats, they have no interest in the wealth of nations, only in the consolidation of their own power and the power of their super banks who keep them on their dime. We need to bring back national democracy and end this horrible experiment of globalized capitalism. The bankers are sidestepping the laws and should be prosecuted, but no they keep you busy with petty bullshit. Your going after the wrong people! You should be going after bankers, known families that manipulate the economy. Austerity is your false economy fix. Will someone tell me, Whats backing the EURO? Gold, Silver, Diamonds, Oil, Adverbs, political promises, nuclear armaments, number of non-productive people?
Friday, November 2, 2012
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 23 October 2012
• Speaker: Nigel Farage MEP, Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Co-President of the 'Europe of Freedom and Democracy' (EFD) Group in the European Parliament - http://nigelfaragemep.co.uk
• Debate: Conclusions of the European Council meeting of the 18-19 October 2012
- with statements by the European Council president Herman Van Rompoy and the Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso [2012/2640(RSP)]
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 the 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 who 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 drk place, economically, socially, politically, and I fear that the countries trapped inside it - in that prison - will be there for many years to come.
So it's odd against this backdrop that the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the European Union. It's true that Germany hasn't invaded France since 1945, but I don't think there was any prospect of that happening, unless of course what you're all saying is that the Germans are inherently bad people.
No, the treath actually came from Russia, and we should be thanking NATO. And we should be thanking millions of American soldiers who served on European soil to maintain peace. Yet I don't hear a word of that because we loathe America and everything that it stands for.
No, this is now a divided, split Europe, with neo-Nazi politics on the rise, with violent demonstrations in the streets. And I frankly think that the award of that Nobel Prize devalues that whole organisation.
Well, it's not all bad news, because in Britain the opinion polls are clear that a clear 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.
• Video: EbS (European Parliament)
Friday, October 26, 2012
"The program that was set up to make us all love each other has ended up making us all hate each other." That's Collectivism 101. They are the same people running the EU, the Banks and financial Corporations and all those that profit from economic collapse, wars etc. in other words those perhaps ,like in 911 that bet in a way where they would profit no matter which way things go. This all started way back in Napoleonic times. Financial corporations have eaten there way into all systems of Government. The US has already gone. Run by Corporations owning Politicians. Give me another ten thou characters please. Nigel Farage has talked often about the lack of democracy, the rise of technocracy, and predicted a country like Greece was headed towards some kind of revolution. We also speak to him about his party's recent results in local elections in the United Kingdom, where UKIP had its best showing ever. For years, since the early 1990s when Farage was a founding member of the UK Independence party, Farage has been a Euroskeptic, pushing for the UK to pull out of the EU. For years he was a lone voice in European Parliament calling the Eurozone project a disaster.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is rapidly turning himself into the black sheep of the EU Parliament with his constant stream of truthiness and honest pragmatism.. It seems the broadly nodding-donkeys that fill the chamber remain cognitively dissonant to any and everything in the real world - hanging instead on the next soundbite from Van Rompuy or Barroso on how well things are going, or how the crisis is 'almost' over.. If only the Germans would bless them all with their money. In one his plainest-speaking rants, Farage provides clarity to his 'peers' on just exactly what the bailouts of Greece, Portugal, Ireland, and soon to be Spain and Italy are actually about - the "total subjugation of the states to a completely undemocratic structure in Brussels".. Is it any wonder Samaras and crew - while happy to accept cash and make promises - are pulling away from yet another Troika-driven austerity push? "The euro-zone is in a very dark place; economically, socially, and politically".. Some mind-blowing quotes in here as Farage refers to the leaders of Italy and Spain and their remarkable nonsense... It is frightening just what is occurring on the ground across the pond from a US nation with eyes only for the so-called election for now...
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Monday, October 22, 2012
The guy speaking with the annoying voice is a Labour specky MP and he loves the E.U as well as America The american justice system is just as Nigel states. I suggest that anyone interested in their system, have a look at the West Memphis 3 case to understand what it's all about.NO ONE should be extradited to the USA for the simple reason that their legal system is a total and utter joke. They have privately run prisons, whereby business men make money out of people being in these jails. There is the DEATH penalty and I´m sure the UK cannot extradite people to countries who have the death penalty anyway. Not only that, to cause all this hassle because some geek sat on his PC and looked for UFO´s is totally ridiculous.
Friday, October 19, 2012
Monday, October 15, 2012
Mr. Nigel Farage is only of a very short list of people that give a sense of hope and purpose for the future. Mr. Nigel Farage is our time Winston Churchill. We really need a sensible voice in this one desperate times we live in. I am grateful that out of the fog comes a man like mr. Farage. If not being listened to what he says, I am afraid that Europe comes out on a road we've been on before. When people are desperate, people do desperate things.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Nigel Farage gives me hope for Britain and democracy. He has the guts to call these people what they are, communists. The very same type of people who have taken over the US Democratic Party. The same people who have caused so much damage in America trying wipe our our rights, freedoms and our very way of life. The Cold War isn't over, it's just changed into a massive psychological warfare. We can see the communist overtly trying take power and eliminate democracy in Europe.
Friday, October 12, 2012
European Union is an authoritarian organisation which aims to destroy our individual freedom and also interfere in every aspect of our lives. Noble peace prize lost its reputation when it was awarded to president obama so its just a toy for cronys.
European Commission" "Jose Manuel Barroso" "EU's Nobel prize" "Nobel Prize (Award)" "European Union (Organization)" "2012 Nobel Peace Prize" "2012 Nobel Prize" The European Union winning the Nobel Peace Prize would bring the award into "disrepute" said the UKIP leader as he spoke of a north-south division in Europe.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Friday, October 5, 2012
Nigel Farage : "Another one bites the dust. Country number four, Spain, gets bailed out and we all of course know that it won't be the last. Though I wondered over the weekend whether perhaps I was missing something, because when the Spanish prime minister Mr Rajoy got up, he said that this bailout shows what a success the eurozone has been. And I thought, well, having listened to him over the previous couple of weeks telling us that there would not be a bailout, I got the feeling after all his twists and turns he's just about the most incompetent leader in the whole of Europe, and that's saying something, because there is pretty stiff competition. Indeed, every single prediction of yours, Mr Barroso, has been wrong, and dear old Herman Van Rompuy, well he's done a runner hasn't he. Because the last time he was here, he told us we had turned the corner, that the euro crisis was over and he hasn't bothered to come back and see us. I remember being here ten years ago, hearing the launch of the Lisbon Agenda. We were told that with the euro, by 2010 we would have full employment and indeed that Europe would be the competitive and dynamic powerhouse of the world. By any objective criteria the Euro has failed, and in fact there is a looming, impending disaster. You know, this deal makes things worse not better. A hundred billion [euro] is put up for the Spanish banking system, and 20 per cent of that money has to come from Italy. And under the deal the Italians have to lend to the Spanish banks at 3 per cent but to get that money they have to borrow on the markets at 7 per cent. It's genius isn't it. It really is brilliant. So what we are doing with this package is we are actually driving countries like Italy towards needing to be bailed out themselves. In addition to that, we put a further 10 per cent on Spanish national debt and I tell you, any banking analyst will tell you, 100 billion does not solve the Spanish banking problem, it would need to be more like 400 billion. And with Greece teetering on the edge of Euro withdrawal, the real elephant in the room is that once Greece leaves, the ECB, the European Central Bank is bust. It's gone. It has 444 billion euros worth of exposure to the bailed-out countries and to rectify that you'll need to have a cash call from Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Italy. You couldn't make it up could you! It is total and utter failure. This ship, the euro Titanic has now hit the iceberg and sadly there simply aren't enough life boats.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
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Nigel Farage "You cannot be an independent country and a member of the EU".
SNP "The position of the Scottish National party is to be a member of the European Union".
Thursday, September 13, 2012
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only 15% of laws made by the commission and 85% by requests from other euro parties. "In fact only 10% of the proposals are from the commission only. Others proposals from the commission are requested by the member states, the parliament or other organism (e.g. NGO)." Yes that's the point they were not made in britain by the British parliament. The latest is a directive to tap emails that's come from the eu and we are discussing it - but it's a done deal. Vote ukip
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