Saturday, March 26, 2011

The EU Aims to Take Out Qaddafi

In the video below, British MEP Nigel Farage is interviewed by RT about the NATO campaign in Libya, and the publicly-stated push by the European Council to oust Col. Moamar Ghedaffi and effect regime change in Libya. The interview also covers the collapse of the Portuguese government, the imminent bailout of Portugal, and the current fiscal crisis in the Eurozone:

4 comments:

Anglichan said...

The sheer, hard-faced, stinking hypocrisy of these EU Commissioners. They use taxpayers' money to lobby against capital punishment outside the Eurozone, in the USA, and now have a policy to execute a head of State, again outside the Eurozone.
No morals, no shame, no accountability and, I hope to God, no future for these no marks.

4Symbols said...

In hoc signo vinces

The parliamentary vote on military intervention in Libya was backed by 557 MPs and opposed by 13.

This gives the appearance more of members of Parliament reasserting their political will over the British people than the voting ratio of a healthy parliamentary democracy, a vote ratio that may turn out to have more political implications at home than abroad.

557/13 the Mad Dog ratio is more like that of a rigged brand name consumer survey than of thinking men.

Robert Marchenoir said...

If I understand correctly, in order to get honest information about European current events, we now have to turn to Russian television ?

If someone had told me that twenty years ago, I would have tried to convince him to be committed to a mental institution.

4Symbols said...

In hoc signo vinces

Even more absurd than having to tune in to RT for a mainstream view current events is having to tune in to Al Jazeera (english) some of todays reports - Israels iron dome missile defence, al-Qaeda in the Yeman and the Lampedusa island immigrants.

The B.B.C. is so dumbed down it is almost unwatchable and Sky TV news U.K. is not far behind. This should not be dismissed lightly as they still have a major role in both informing and forming public opinion.