Nigel Farage, well known for his anti-centralized government diatribes in which he has repeatedly targeted European leadership and finance ministers for the destruction of the Eurozone economy, warns yet again that the consequences for the actions of elite politicians and bankers will soon pour into the streets.
You won’t see straight forward candidness like this from mainstream politicians, because most are terrified of speaking the truth and accepting blame.
They know it’s coming and the fallout won’t be limited to just Europe.
My fear is that, in the end, what will break up the Euro isn’t the economics of it.
It will be wholesale, violent revolution that we see in the Mediterranean.
What I hate about this is that it’s all so unnecessary.
This has become a religion… the idea that we must abolish the individual nation states.
They’ve got a new flag, they’ve even got an anthem. You know, they’ve taken part of Beethoven’s 5th, and it’s the anthem, and every two months in the European parliament they raise the flag and play the anthem.
Do you think I stand at attention?
Do I, hell!
If you have investments, if you have money, based with Eurozone banks, then my advice to you is get your money out of those banks and those jurisdictions as quickly as you can because next… when the next phase of this disaster comes, they will come for you.
Watch, as Nigel Farage, flanked by contrarian thinkers like Jim Rogers and former Congressman Ron Paul, explains where Europe and the rest of the world are headed next:
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