Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Nigel Farage Providing A New Message To Europe: Common Sense

Nigel Farage, once again the lone voice of reason in the ridiculous and broken European political charade, drives economic facts and common sense into a crowd dumbfounded by his comments. No commentary necessary, just enjoy his most recent tirade against stupidity.



For more on Europe see Spanish Banks Running Out Of Money.

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  1. So even if Greece accepts the austerity measures being granted by Euro to them, still by 2020, they will be drowned in that debt quagmire so the IMF should not be pouring in unreasonable loads of money to refinance mortgage lead for them.

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