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#0664* – SHOOT TO KILL GREEK PROTESTERS advocated by UKIP Partners

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 28/09/2011

#0664* – SHOOT TO KILL GREEK PROTESTERS advocated by UKIP Partners

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SHOOT TO KILL GREEK PROTESTERS
advocated by UKIP Partners In Farage’s extremist, violent, racist anti Jewish EFD Group
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this article on one of the Forums I post on may interest you!

SHOOT TO KILL GREEK PROTESTERS advocated by UKIP Partners



SHOOT TO KILL GREEK PROTESTERS
advocated by UKIP Partners 
In Farage’s extremist, violent, racist anti Jewish EFD Group!

Hi,

UKIP’s extremist and racist partners  in their sordid Pan EU Political group The EFD The True Finns have really sunk to the bottom in support of a Police State and the killing of protesters in Greece

‘True Finns’ MP, Jussi Halla-aho – chairman of the Administration Committee of the Finnish Government – recently made this comment on the Greek protests:

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“What Greece needs at this particular time is a ‘Military Junta’ that would not have to worry about its popularity and could use tanks to enforce some order among strikers and rioters”.[/quote]


The comments were originally made on the MP’s Facebook page and soon caused outrage in Finland and Greece.

In a face-saving exercise in Finland, he was later suspended from his party for a whole two weeks!!

So I guess by invoking military rule and the use of tanks the MP supports a ‘shoot to kill’ policy in Greece!!

We note that as leader of The EFD Group Farage seemingly endorses these comments?

After all, Nigel happily sits with the True Finns in The EFD group and has chosen to remain silent when it comes to the MP and his sordid views.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

Let us not forget that the Leader of The EFD is Nigel Farage and he has made no comment let alone denunciation of this odious little True Finn’s comment.

Then again who listens to Nigel Farage anyway?

You may recal recently he announced that he would withdraw UKIP from The EFD unless Mario Borghezio was removed – The Italians – who outnumber UKIP – merely ignored Farage and Farage lacked the basic integrity to withdraw UKIP from the group (There is little doubt he would have stayed in the group as if he withdrew UKIP he would personally lose his chauffeur, his office, some of his staff and not just personal money but a large amount of unaccountable income).

One need only look at the donations made by Nigel Farage over the last 20 years made to UKIP and the huge amount of money UKIP has earned him – members even pay for him to be chauffeured around in this Country!

He has proudly boasted of making over £2Million over and above his actual costs and income!

I do not for a moment deny Nigel Farage is UKIP’s greatest asset but it is clear that due to his utter incompetence as a leader he is also UKIP’s greatest liability, self seeking, self serving and self enriching – ensuring no one within the party receives training or support who might take the one role he has proved utterly incompetent to carry out, that of leader – he fails to honour his promises, he abuses his authority and his position, he hires staff on the basis of abilities far different from those which the party would wish to fund!

One need only watch Farage in the EU parliament on his many video clips to see how utterly irrelevant he is having turned UKIP into a predictable and easily ignored comic turn.

UKIP with its present structure – the filth that has risen to the top and the utter incompetence these trough feeders have displayed are clearly no longer fit for purpose.

Astonishing as it may seem – The whole of The UKIP structure under Nigel Farage has achieved less in 20 years to move UKIP and these United Kingdoms to Leave-The-EU than has Nikki Sinclaire despite being abused and attacked by the low lifes in UKIP who she has shown up – No wonder the insecure and clearly inadequate Nigel Farage hates her even to the extent of telling and engineering lies and twice being found Guilty when facing the courts relative to his treatment of Nikki Sinclaire who he personally forced out as a UKIP MEP, as her abilities and achievements showed Farage for what he clearly is – an old style failed Tory Yob!
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#0530* – Euro Zone’s Biggest Deficit—Leadership

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 05/06/2011

#0530* – Euro Zone’s Biggest Deficit—Leadership
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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Euro Zone’s Biggest Deficit—Leadership!
When MIGHT UKIP produce as much information for the public as do Junius & I or EUreferendum?

UKIP is hugely funded where I KNOW none of us are – Not even expenses!

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Euro Zone Needs to Tackle Its Biggest Deficit—Leadership

As the euro zone scrambles to extricate itself once again from a mess of its own making with what appears to be an 11th-hour deal to save Greece from imminent default, the markets should keep their relief in check. At the heart of the euro-zone crisis lie a series of deficits: fiscal deficits, bank capital and liquidity deficits, and productivity deficits. But the biggest deficit of all is the shortage of political leadership. As so often over the past year, politicians have found just enough resolve to avoid immediate disaster. But without far greater bravery from Europe’s leaders, the next crisis won’t be long averted.
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The biggest leadership deficit lies in Greece. Athens kick-started the euro crisis last year when it revealed that a combination of fraudulent accounting and widespread tolerance of tax evasion had saddled the country with a far bigger deficit than anyone had imagined. Prime Minister George Papandreou’s government triggered the latest problems by backsliding on its commitments to the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund to embark on major privatizations and structural reforms. Instead, it wasted precious months this year holding the euro zone to ransom with threats to restructure debts.
Only now its bluff has been called has Athens agreed to deliver on its promises in return for further bailouts. The alternative is a disastrous default and likely exit from the European Union. But even now the government is reluctant to shrink its bloated public sector, preferring to put the bulk of its fiscal consolidation on tax measures. Meanwhile, the opposition plays party politics over issues of national survival, undermining public acceptance of the program. No wonder other EU governments are reluctant to trust Mr. Papandreou and want strict conditionality to any loans.
Not that the rest of Europe is blameless. For too long, European governments turned a blind eye to weaknesses at the heart of their project. The single currency was always going to depend on member states exercising fiscal discipline and boosting their competitiveness to achieve convergence. Yet the Stability and Growth Pact that was supposed to deliver these goals lacked teeth; Europe stood by as Germany and France flouted the Pact by running excessive deficits. Greece wasn’t the only country to reap the benefits of lower borrowing costs while refusing to reform; protectionist efforts to flout single market laws remain rife.
Worse, the architects of the euro launched it knowing it contained a fatal design fault: euro-zone government bonds were zero-weighted for bank capital purposes even though, unlike normal government bonds, they were not backed by a government with the power to issue its own currency and therefore were exposed to credit risk. That gave banks an incentive to load up on higher yielding peripheral country bonds, driving down borrowing costs and fuelling a disastrous borrowing binge. This crisis was predictable–and predicted.
But now the crisis has arrived, where are the statesmen prepared to spell out the hard choices to save monetary union? A default now would be catastrophic, not least because of the contagion effects upon government and bank borrowing costs. Yet instead of putting pressure on Greece to stick by its promises, some politicians destabilized markets with unrealistic talk of a debt restructuring. Worse, the rhetoric of the past few weeks has reduced the political space for the hard decisions needed to draw a line under the crisis. Last year, governments watered down a new competitiveness pact by refusing to hardwire tough sanctions into the rules. The euro zone has also ruled out issuing euro-zone bonds that might ease the funding costs on troubled euro-zone sovereigns. Meanwhile, it has failed to tackle the crisis in the banking system.
The latest round of bank stress tests may improve the capital position of Europe’s banks, but the really big problem is liquidity. Greece, Ireland and Portugal already face a credit crunch given their banks’ reliance on ECB funding; rising Spanish and Italian bank borrowing costs are the biggest risk to those countries hitting their growth targets. Yet measures that might improve bank funding—such as allowing the European Financial Stabilization Fund to take pressure off sovereigns by taking stakes in banks and guaranteeing funding— remain firmly off the agenda. The logic of the crisis is that banks should be regulated at a European level; until governments recognize this, the pressures on individual states—and the political risks to the euro—will be immense.
As things stand, the only European institution prepared to spell out these truths is the European Central Bank. This is a dangerous place for a central bank to be, reinforcing the perception the EU is run by unelected bureaucrats and lacks a mandate. European leaders consistently say they are determined to do whatever it takes to save the single currency, but have too often been prepared to duck hard choices, leaving the ECB to go to the outer limits of its mandate to preserve stability.
Europe needs leaders with the courage to spell out the hard choices and the inevitable loss of sovereignty. Few people voted for this kind of Europe, few want it now, people have a right to feel angry. But the option of turning back the clock 20 years doesn’t exist. A break-up of the euro zone would be a political and financial calamity that would threaten the survival of the European Union. On the other hand, it is still just about possible the euro zone could exit this crisis more united, more powerful, more transparent, more accountable, more competitive, more prosperous.
Write to Simon Nixon at simon.nixon@wsj.com 

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