Nigel Farage on Greece, Italy and Rompuy

Another populist speech by the UK Independence Party leader.

Nigel Farage says he does not want to live in a German dominated Europe that has puppet governments. Referring to the recent appointment of Lucas Papademos in Greece and Mario Monti in Italy, Farage said that the whole event is becoming like an Agatha Christie novel, where we’re trying to work out who is the next person (country leader) that’s going to be bumped off.

This video has been widely circulated in Greek websites and blogs, giving a sense of “here’s a guy who is standing for us” feeling. It’s a typical populist approach that has been attempted (and worked) by the same European MP not so long ago.

Here’s another populist show by Nigel Farage where you can also see his reference from the first video, about Herman Van Rompuy being the quiet assassin of European democracy and of the European nation-states.

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