April 3, 2014
Nigel Farage of UKIP is apparently worried about the rise of “neo-Nazism” in response to the endless EU debacle.
Or perhaps he is just objectively noting that the European people are destined to take back their nations, by hook or by crook.
Farage specified that if EU members could not rein back control over their own countries diplomatically, then neo-Nazi groups, like the Golden Dawn party in Greece, would do it for them through violence.
“I want to see the EU brought to an end, but I want it to end democratically. If it does not end democratically I am afraid it will end unpleasantly,” Farage said during the debate with the leader of Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg.
According to the viewers, Nigel Farage won the television debate on Europe by 69 percent to 31 percent, a Guardian ICM poll showed.
During the debate Farage criticized big business, wealthy landowners and focused on growing violence in Europe, stating that his goal was to take care of the white working class.
“Already some countries are beginning to see the rise of, worryingly, political extremism. There is a neo-Nazi party in Greece that look certain to win seats in the European parliament …We see in Madrid, we see in Athens very large protests, tens of thousands of people, a lot of violence,” Farage said.
“If you take away from people their ability through the ballot box to change their futures because they have given away control of everything to somebody else then I am afraid they tend to resort to unpleasant means and that’s my big worry,” he added.
Whatever it is that these statements may or may not mean, it is surely unfair to label the elected party of the Golden Dawn “unpleasant.”
I have found them to be quite the opposite.