Euro crisis to last a decade – Farage

Nigel Farage with Members of the University of...

Nigel Farage with Members of the University of York Freedom Association Society (Photo credit: The Freedom Association)

Currency crisis to bring ‘creeping European dictatorship’

ECM Plus /London/ +++ Businesses trying to plan investment for the future and commerce with increasing mountains of bureaucratic ‘jobsworth’ red tape, compliance, regulations and directives from across the sea had a wake up call this week.

Responding to the ‘State of the Union’ speech by Eurocrat Manuel Barroso, UKIP leader Nigel Farage said Barroso had “totally underestimated the complete fanaticism, Mr Barroso of you, your college of commissioners and the European central bank.”

According to Farage, European Central Bank head, Mario Draghi had “made it clear his intentions he will fight to the last German taxpayer to keep the Mediterranean countries that should have never of [sic] joined the euro in there, and you’ve got of course the Prime Minister of Italy, perhaps we ought to call him monstrous Mario, who made it clear last week that he feared that nation state democracy could bring down the European Union and therefore we have to bypass nation state democracy and pass all the powers here.”

English: José Manuel Barroso, President of the...Farage also stated that Barroso’s comments suggested an “emerging, creeping European dictatorship is something that will repulse millions of British people and the only good news I take from today, is you’ve helped to bring that referendum just a little bit closer.”

The UK Independence Party leader added that he thought the euro crisis would last a decade.

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