Europe Is “Committing Identity and Economic Suicide” Says Andrew Brons MEPThe individual nation states of Europe and the European Union, on behalf of the continent, are committing "identity and economic suicide," British National Party MEP Andrew Brons has told the European Parliament.
Speaking this week during a debate on a 'State of the Union' address from European Commission President and “former” Communist Jose Manuel Barroso, Mr Brons used his minute’s speaking allocation to spell out the effects of the EU’s embrace of globalism.
“"Mr. Barroso has spoken of sustainable growth; in fact we have negative growth. He spoke of increasing the proportion of people (or working age) in employment, whereas that proportion has fallen,” Mr Brons said.
“"He speaks of increasing the competitiveness of European goods and services. However, the EU, like each of its member states, is embracing globalism and voluntarily accepting a deluge of cheap imports from low wage countries that are emerging from the Third World. The only way in which we could compete with such countries, would be by driving down our wage rates to their levels.
"Just in case our employers and employees should not get the point, we are filling up our countries with Third World workers who are turning large areas of our countries into parts of the Third World, with below minimum wage rates and unsatisfactory working conditions.
"We are making (our) workers in the commercial services sector redundant and outsourcing their jobs to people in the Third World. The individual nation states of Europe and the European Union, on behalf of the continent, are committing identity and economic suicide,” Mr Brons concluded.