The movement of capital by European and World Banks, however legitimate, has been sped up and justified recently by economic problems in Greece and the rest of the Euro Zone.
After months of deliberations, the Euro Zone and International Monetary Fund agreed to bail-out Greece for over €110 billion. Once that amount was decided in early May, however, it became evident that the amount may even be too small to combat the problem.
Though the American and European media is focused on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, some parliamentarians are getting some well-earned speech time in the EU Parliament. Once such parliamentarian is a founding member of the United Kingdom Independence party, Nigel Farage.
Mr. Farage has become a star in the Liberty movement the past few months. His videos and speeches have been covered on Liberty In Exile numerous times, and he will, without a doubt, become a true leader for those who seek freedom in the European Union.
This is the first speech made by committed Euroskeptic Nigel Farage, of the United Kingdom Independence Party, after the plane accident which almost left him crippled a few months earlier. Here he describes the “Economic Prison of Nations” that the EU has become and what the fate will be for the Euro Zone if bailouts are continually perpetuated by the legislature and central banks: