Mere EU? Nej tak! Fra CBC – The Lang & O’Leary Exchange:
Harvard University history professor Niall Ferguson talks about Europe’s banking crisis
The board of directors of Spain’s troubled bank, Bankia, has asked the Spanish government for €19 billion ($24.5 billion Cdn) in financial support.
Andre kilder: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs,
Udgivet maj 26, 2012
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Tags:Eric King, Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage er igen gæst hos King World News:
Nigel Farage – We Are on the Edge of a Total Social Breakdown
May 24, 2012
On the heels of news out of Greece that a 60-year-old man and his 90-year-old mother leaped to their deaths because of financial despair, today King World News interviewed MEP (Member European Parliament) Nigel Farage, to get his take on the ongoing tragedy and crisis in Europe. Farage told KWN that “we are on the edge of total social breakdown” and “the banking system is now in the most perilous state we’ve seen in over 70 years.” Here is what Farage had to say about the deteriorating situation: “Well, the situation in Greece just goes from bad to worse. We’ve now got a situation where there was the big suicide a few weeks ago, where a 77-year-old man shot himself in the head outside the Greek Parliament. That was the public face of what’s gone wrong.”
Nigel Farage continues:
Startes HER – åbner Windows Media Player (godt 14 minutter). Og artiklen fortsætter her.
Andre kilder: Ukip, Ukip, The Spectator, The Spectator, National Review Online, Gatestone Institute,
Om EU, Tyskland og Sarrazins nye bog:
You wanted brave, Mr Draghi? Well, meet Mr Sarrazin
By Christopher Caldwell – May 26, 2012
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi urged European governments to make a “brave leap” towards greater fiscal union this week. Seldom do people who call for intellectual bravery genuinely want it. As the Bundesbank warned German taxpayers of the “considerable risks” they had already taken on by vouching for Greek debts, two men who have won adulation for their new ways of thinking about the eurozone crisis spoke in Berlin. Neither received a warm reception.
Thilo Sarrazin, the economist, Social Democrat and former Bundesbank governor, is nothing if not brave. Two years ago his profound book about the decline of Germany’s social market economy – The Abolition of Germany – became the biggest-selling non-fiction book of the past decade, largely for its bluntness about immigration, education and welfare. His new book, Europe Doesn’t Need the Euro, topped the bestseller lists as soon as it went on sale on Wednesday.
Mere HER hos iPolitics. Artiklen er egentlig fra The Financial Times, men de har låst den inde.
Udgivet maj 26, 2012
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Så er der smæk til venstrefløjen og islam. Fra University of California, Los Angeles den 16. maj 2012:
David Horowitz at UCLA – 5/16/12
David Horowitz speaks at UCLA.
Andre kilder: FrontPageMagazine,