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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Herman van Rompuy - villain in an Agatha Christie novel

Nigel Farage has had another go at Herman van Rompuy, the unelected "head of the European State", for acting in undemocratic and high-handed ways. The UKIP leader says Europe's crisis is "like an Agatha Christie novel", trying to guess who'll be bumped off next. "The difference is we know who the villains are." This video shows how even a nonchalent paper shuffling exercise seemingly outwits van Rompuy and Barosso. The others just smirk. Is this the pinnacle of European democracy? No referendums, deposed prime ministers and sloth-like actions to save a single currency singularly failing in all respects!


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