Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/15/2014
With Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras settling into his role as EU
President, UKIP’s Nigel Farage stunned the “Goldman Sachs
puppet” with a 150-second tirade of truthiness he has likely
never experienced. Farage sacrastically remarks how Greeks “will be dancing in
the streets” at Samaras’ ‘successful’ negotiation on MiFiD reminding him that
“60% of youth are unemployed and the neo-nazi party are on the march.” Europe is
now run by “big business, big banks, and big bureaucrats,” Farage goes on,
suggesting the smarmy-looking Samaras should “rename his party from New
Democracy to No Democracy.”
People do not want a United State of Europe, the outspoken UKIP leader explains, they want a “Europe of sovereign states,” and concludes ominously, “the European elections will be a watershed.”
…And you come here Mr Samaras and you tell us that you represent the sovereign will of the Greek people? Well, I’m sorry, but you’re not in charge of Greece, and I suggest you rename and rebrand your party – it’s called ‘New Democracy’, I suggest you call it ‘No Democracy’.
Because Greece is now under foreign control. You can’t make any decisions, you’ve been bailed out, and you’ve surrendered democracy, the thing your country invented in the first place.
And you can’t admit that joining the euro was a mistake – of course Mr Papandreou did that didn’t he, he even said there should be a referendum in Greece and within 48 hours, the unholy trinity (troika) that now run this European Union had him removed and replaced by a ex-Goldman Sachs employee puppet.
We are run now by big business, big banks and in the shape of Mr Barroso, big bureaucrats…
Can we clone him?