I am sure some of you may have read Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg ominously warn that aa collapse in the eurozone would create the “ideal recipe for an increase in extremism and xenophobia.”
Well, Nick is not quite telling the truth, is he, and so The Snowolf puts him straight…
“It is the imposition of an anti-democratic organisation, the pressure exerted on national governments to adopt the single currency and the promises of jam today and jam tomorrow that has put in place the conditions for extremism and xenophobia.
Your organisation, Mr Clegg, and let us not pretend that you are anything but an EU placeman, has ridden roughshod over the national identities of most of Europe. You have swept away history and heritage continent-wide. You have lied to and continue to deceive millions, you have denied them a voice. You have chivvied them, nagged them, and badgered them into putting your plans into place. Now your plans are bearing the fruit that so many predicted they would, you turn once again to the little people and warn them that if they don’t vote in line with your wishes that the bad people will get in.
Just look at Athens, will you? There are people wearing suits filing through soup kitchens, begging on the streets and rooting through bins to get food. You have a young workforce where more than 50% are out of work, and with the Greek economy contracting, no prospect of getting any.”
That is exactly right. Clegg and the rest of the foaming at the mouth Europhiles keep insisting that the answer to every problem is MORE Europe, MORE EU. They seem oblivious to the massive pent up resentment that they are causing. It seems to me that before the EU project finally dies, we will see revolution in Europe. The disconnect between those who govern and those who are governed is too great, the political hubris is enormous and the disaster will be staggering when it comes. Those of us who have opposed EVERY step of the Euro Federalist project take grim satisfaction from seeing all our forecasts come to pass and now, in a final throw of the eu dice, Clegg and his comrades want to pretend that unless we accept jam today and jam tomorrow, we will all starve.