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Forum Post: Nigel Farage - Major Banks Teetering on the Edge of Collapse

Posted 12 years ago on Dec. 4, 2011, 7:48 a.m. EST by MonetizingDiscontent (1257)
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Nigel Farage - Major Banks Teetering on the Edge of Collapse


-December 2, 2011-
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Nigel Farage Telling It How It Is

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Nigel Farage - Founding Member and Leader of United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)

Nigel Farage is a founder member of the UK Independence Party, which was established in September 1993. He is the Member of the European Parliament for the South East region and is the leader of the parliamentary party in the EU parliament.



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[-] 1 points by FOXraisedHitler (36) from New York City, NY 12 years ago

Nigel Farage is a jerk in the European Parliament who makes public media stunts. No one takes him and his group seriously. He wants to dismantle the European democratic bodies and replace them by free trade agreements between nation states. Nigel believes WTO and NATO give citizens more say than the EU.

[-] 1 points by MonetizingDiscontent (1257) 12 years ago

whats so democratic about the EU. The people's leaders are unelected.

[-] 1 points by ohmygoodness (158) 12 years ago

The goal of the EU was not only to prevent another war (after two horrifying wars) but to set up a system whereby war was not possible. A stronger statement than the former.

However since Rome was not built in one day, the first treat the Treaty of Rome iin 1957 and then a few subsequent treaties enabled the formation of the European Common Market. This success lead towards the formation of the European Union and the Euro. The path has been long but steady. (The Euro in 1999 was 1.16 USD, it is now 1.35 USD, something which backs up what the Eurocrats have put into place°

To start with a sort of democracy of elections right in the beginning would have either killed the process or slowed it down to a grinding halt.

Initially the European Commission proposed legislation and the Council of Ministers discussed this and scrutinized this legislation. With the recent treaty of Lisbon, the principle of bicameralism, whereby both the Council of Ministers together with the European Parliament (fully elected body) are in charge of approval/rejection/discussion with the European Commission the introduction of new legislation.

This strongly indicates democracy. The beauty of it is done via discussions and compromise between 27+ sovereign nations with higher aspirations as their goal. The UK on the other hand started by belittling this effort but slowly more of the British citizens found that their "ignorance" and often arrogance was not getting the results of divide and conquer, so the smart ones then followed the principle "if you cannot beat them join 'em" . So while there is continuous ranting from a sometimes "petty" Britain, lead by people eg Nigel Farage, the wheels set in motion in 1957 grind steadily on.

Please understand that all is not hunky-dory in the EU, on the contrary oftentimes, but the principles, process and its lofty vision are what constitute a will towards working for a peaceful and prosperous society and civilization.

[-] 1 points by FOXraisedHitler (36) from New York City, NY 12 years ago

...as opposed to NATO technocrats, WTO trade negotiators or IMF seats?

Who scrutinizes them?

[-] 1 points by ohmygoodness (158) 12 years ago

Sorry, but Nigel Farage is a mole in the EU - check the series "Yes Minister" and their history of ruling - old British policy, go into the EU create trouble - divide and rule concept...

If he were that independent he should ask for the Bank of England to open their books completely not some cloak and dagger reporting...