Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Europe: the End of Democracy

The newly selected, not elected, strong man in Italy, Mario Monty, is ex-Goldman Sachs. Like the management of the ECB. Appointed by the Eurocrats, removing all semblance of democracy from Italy. While democracy is an evil system (after all, it brought us those Eurocrats), the EU was built and defended on the notion of being a democratic union, while in reality not being one. But now, all pretence has been dropped, and a democratically elected leader, Silvio Berlusconi, has been evicted to be replaced by an inside man for the EU, without any possibility for the Italian people to interfere. Italy is now officially a dictatorship. Who will follow?

A Dutch free newspaper, De Pers, featured an article today on a Goldman Sachs takeover of the Dutch Government. A tale-telling passage from that article:
A Goldman takeover will be cheered by the Goldman Sachs-loving royal family. However, that takeover will have a drastic impact on the monarchy. Bea will be evicted immediately and replaced, not by Alexander, but by Friso, who worked at Goldman for four years and ten months and who, on top of that, is married to a former gangstergirl with a burning ambition and a great talent for hiding the truth.

A must-read for Dutch-reading visitors; highly recommended.

Friday, November 11, 2011

The Meltdown of the European Union

Just look at the smug arrogant faces of Barosso and Van Rompuy; they know Farage is right on the mark, but they don't care. They're sure that when it all comes down they'll escape the consequenses. Well, I certainly hope they're wrong.

Thursday, November 10, 2011