With the victory of anti EU parties in France and Greece, we face the prospect of a changing dynamic within the European Union.
Put simply the choice is bleak, but austerity is the order of the day among the established parties, and spending our way out of trouble which is the choice of the socialists.
In Britain most people agree that the ConDem regime have taken the course of austerity for the peasants, at any price. The Etonion battle cry of "let them eat cold pasties" echoes through the halls of power, as most of the peasants realise that too much is being done too fast.
One story this week sums up just how out of touch the elite of this country are.
Here is the problem, with eight thousand immigrants coming into the country every week, all of which claim benefits, from the Polish to the Afghan. No amount of austerity measures can stop us falling down.
According to the Tax Payers Alliance there were just under 1 million illegal immigrants in Britain in 2009, thats not counting the legal immigrants. The numbers are ambigouous to say the least but migrant levels in the UK legal or otherwise could be as high as five million.
Migration Watch puts a figure in 2009 of £291,000 per immigrant family on the cost to the tax payer. But for the sake of accounting, lets put the figure at £250,000 per family.
For five million people divided by four, because it is based on a couple with two children. You get a lifetime bill of.......well I will let you work it out, but its going up by £500 million per week.
Add the cost of translation services, crime, immigrant specific charities, and just for arguments sake you get a very high figure. Even if you take off the £1 billion immigrants put in to the economy, you still get a net loss per twenty years in the billions if not trillions!
According to the Brussels Journal, France has almost 7 million immigrants costing a net loss of 26 million Euros. The French values are much clearer because they publish their figures.
In Greece, according to the Research Institute for European and American Studies, billions of Euros have been spent on immigrants, with 2.2 billion Euros being spent on Albanians alone.
In all these countries it is my understanding that there has been no significant reduction in spending on immigration, illegal or otherwise.
It can be argued that the billions spent on immigration, as a direct result of the policies practiced by Europes liberal elite coupled with the waste and corruption of the banks has led to the current crisis within the Euro zone.