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    Nigel Farage, EU chamber, first time after his 26% election success

    everyone, by their obvious body language, is taking him much more seriously



    and he's practically saying UK will leave the EU in 5~6 years time, i think he rather means 1 to 2 years aka as soon as UKIP gets enough votes to take UK out of EU, but 5 to 6 just to give himself some wiggle room, and since UK leaving will no doubt mean the dissolution of EU, he is basically giving the EU a death sentence within 5 years, all single handedly behind his political push within UK politics spearheading the effort.

    so in short, want to know when EU dissolves and the next global monetary event occurs and when dollar is likely to crash consequently? follow UK politics and UKIP's election trail. since UK is much smaller compared to the US and internet grassroots has much easier time there since going door to door is much quicker, i expect this whole thing to come about sooner than most anticipate. UKIP will rise to power very soon and it's going to spell doom for the EU, and since EU is arguably US' greatest ally as it monopolizes against any dissent in europe against US policies and us dollar index is directly calculated in pair with Euro, i think the collapse of EU will no doubt be the most direct cause for the collapse of the dollar. not every consolidated individual nation states post-EU will be allies with the US, since diplomatic perks is a zero-sum game, some will no doubt align more with china and russia. this will be the political bi-factor in the same line chain of events in the collapse of global monetary system.
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    good news coming out of the uk. lets import some of that momentum over here.
    Boris Johnson: leaving Europe a shot in the arm for democracy
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/c...democracy.html

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    oops

    mods feel free to merge
    Last edited by jtstellar; 05-09-2013 at 03:33 PM.

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    Nigel & UKIP are our best foreign ally -- we need to give them all the support we can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravedown View Post
    good news coming out of the uk. lets import some of that momentum over here.
    Boris Johnson: leaving Europe a shot in the arm for democracy
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/c...democracy.html
    Boris Johnson isn't exactly great though. He's like Chris Christie, amiable and popular, but also a big spender.

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    I think we have to remember that we're dealing with relativity here.

    I mean, It's Britain. UKIP is not libertarian by American definitions. We sometimes poo-poo steps in the right direction if they don't jump right to the location we're looking for. They think 'democracy' is the be-all end-all of ideal gov't. And, um, did I mention it's Britain? We fought them for independence and here today they are seeking a certain independence of their own from the Borg that is the E.U. On that point, I think UKIP is great and I think the E.U. failing would be great educational material as to why we should be trying to make government more local (all they way to the point of self-governance, i.e. libertarianism). They aren't going to go straight from E.U. to anarcho-capitalism. They don't even use the word 'republic' in political dialogue.
    Quote Originally Posted by timosman View Post
    This is getting silly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    It started silly.
    T.S. Elliot's The Hollow Men

    Some of you still watch the news, and it shows.

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    Nothing but devoted accomplace RICO with the U.S. or Uncle Sugar will cut them off .

    UK would be much poorer without all that discounted Libyan Oil, Iraqi Oil, Afghani Lithium & minerals, etc etc.

    Also, nothing will change with the Rothchilds ruling the banking mafia and US defense dollars puring into England to dictate the policies and stimulate the economies.


    This little gem tucked away in the upper midlands too...
    The site acts as a ground station for a number of satellites operated by the US National Reconnaissance Office,[3] on behalf of the US National Security Agency, with antennae contained in a large number of highly distinctive white radomes, and is alleged to be an element of the ECHELON system.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_Menwith_Hill


    Menwith Hill from the air
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