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  • biotechaae biotechaae Feb 25, 2013 2:04 PM Flag

    Farage - West Headed Into Orwellian Nightmare & Bankruptcy !! BUY SOME PHYSICAL GOLD

    Farage - West Headed Into Orwellian Nightmare & Bankruptcy

    Today Nigel Farage told King World News he is deeply concerned about Orwellian developments, and military interventions. He also believes the world will witness a massive spike in the gold price as the West marches towards bankruptcy, and financial crisis once again engulfs the world. But first, Farage, who is Britain’s very popular MEP, gave this entertaining response when asked what has him worried right now, “Joe Biden (laughter ensues). What a ghastly man. What have you done in America to deserve such an appalling bloke? We’ve had a special relationship between Britain and America going back over very many years.”

    Nigel Farage continues...

    “We haven’t always agreed on everything, but now we seem to have an American administration which is the most anti-British that has been in the White House since 1812, when the Brits went and burned it down. I just cannot believe that we’re getting this bullying from Obama and Biden.

    I have tried, over the last decade or more, to fight off attempts to believe that there’s some sort of global conspiracy going on....

    “But I tell you what, with every day that goes by it begins to look more real. It’s almost as if there is this massive attempt to make us all give up our freedom. To make us all surrender our liberty. To make us all sign up to a system where they (central planners) can monitor our emails. Where they can, effectively, monitor and censor what we say, what we’re allowed to read, and what we’re allowed to hear.

    I think these are really, really worrying, Orwellian type developments ... However grim the fundamentals are, and however much, politically, there is a rising opposition movement across the whole of Europe, from North to South and from East to West, the reality is that he who holds the status quo, for the moment, holds power.

    So these institutions and their sort of pet national governments, for the moment they are in charge. And that means things are going to deteriorate, to get worse, and the economies are going to decline. They go on and I heard this all this morning, again, in the Parliamentary chamber, ‘We must increase government spending,’ which means we must increase borrowing.

    They are leading much of the Western world towards bankruptcy. I just think there must be people sitting there in Singapore, India, in China, and they must be laughing their socks off. They must just be saying, ‘These guys are handing us control of the world’s economy, and transferring the wealth of the world from West to East, and we haven’t got to lift a finger. They are doing it all for us.’”

    Here is a portion of what Farage had to say regarding gold: “Gold is a long-term investment, it’s not a short-term investment. Short-term, the status quo having their way. Gold has been somewhat suppressed, and it will probably stay suppressed for a moment in time.

    But I have absolutely no doubt that there is going to be a very big spike in gold at some point in the not-too-distant-future. Any sensible investor’s portfolio has to have money in gold. The banking system has not been fixed. The borrowing of America, of Europe, of much of the West, is still hopelessly, desperately out of control.

    None of the fundamentals have been fixed. There are bad times ahead, and the gold price at some point will reflect it. Maybe not right now, but at some point, before too long, it will reflect it.”

    ...

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