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Nigel Farage: European Union’s similarities to former Soviet Union

04 Feb

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The following video illustrates the fascism that’s coming to Europe–and, by implication, to the U.S..

The most troubling elements of this video are Nigel Farage’s complaints that the 24 people who comprise the “leadership” of the EU are unelected, self-appointed, granted lifetime immunity for anything they do, hugely overpaid, and beyond the touch or influence of the ordinary people of Europe.  While these 24 people extol the virtues of “democracy,” they are, in fact, seeking to create an aristocracy where the majority of Europeans are ruled by a handful of “aristocrats”.

Worse, when Nigel Farage makes these allegations, the 24 would-be “aristocrats” don’t appear to deny them or explain them–they just smirk.

You can see a similar smirk on the faces of Obama and various Congressmen, Senators, judges, and bureaucrats when they openly violate the Constitution.

Someone needs to wipe the smirk off their faces.

video   00:03:14

http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/News/127915-2013-02-04-nigel-farages-ukip-on-the-increasing-european-and-soviet-union.htm?From=News

 

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3 responses to “Nigel Farage: European Union’s similarities to former Soviet Union

  1. Yartap

    February 4, 2013 at 6:16 PM

    French icon Gerard Depardieu just ditched his homeland of France to become a Russian citizen to avoid high taxes. When your looking for a Fascist state or Communist state go with the one with the lowest taxes. Don’t let your patriotic feeling and beliefs get in the way of your personal life and safety.

     
  2. Anon4fun

    February 4, 2013 at 11:01 PM

    A change occurred in the strategy of the global empire builders around the time their Soviet Union ended (1991) and their European Union began (1993). Whereas the first phase of their strategy was characterized by the socialization of the private sector, the second, and ongoing, phase of their strategy is characterized by the privatization of the public sector.

    Example:

    http://www.publicserviceeurope.com/article/1952/eus-water-privatisation-plans-irresponsible

     
  3. gary lee

    February 5, 2013 at 1:59 AM

    Alfred, I am inclined to agree with you. Every day some new B.S. makes it more and more apparent that the time has come to “wipe that smirk off their faces”, as it were…

     

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