21 June, 2009

The EU Rip-Off

Posted by Socrates in elections, EU, Europe, Socrates, Tom Sunic at 12:53 am | Permanent Link

by Tom Sunic.

“The June 2009 elections for the European Parliament were held against the backdrop of global recession and a serious economic crisis. The behavior of voters in Western Europe was also influenced by a large number of non-European residents whose number now exceeds 20 million people. Given these circumstances, it was expected that nationalist parties from 27 member states would score major gains. In fact, they won 30 parliamentary seats in Brussels. The worst nightmares of establishment Euro politicians and their well-paid scribes came true.”


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  7. 2 Responses to “The EU Rip-Off”

    1. Parsifal Says:

      Excellent article. The EUSSR will fail, like all the other previous attempts at unifying Europe under one system. But at least those earlier attempts had some kind of powerful and charasmatic leader in charge, like Charlemagne or Napoleon. Hopefully the collapse of the EU will mean the permanent expulsion of all gypsies, jews and mohammedans from Europe FOREVER.

    2. CW-2 Says:

      Yes, a general house clearing is long overdue. We need to free up an exclusive breathing space for ourselves from the Atlantic to the Urals, for starters anyway.