The people of Greece overwhelmingly voted against continued austerity measures in a historic referendum result on Sunday.
In the wake of the 61.3 per cent victory for the No campaign, the Greek people and the left-wing Syriza party have found an unlikely ally from the opposite end of the political spectrum...
That's right, in an article for the Daily Telegraph, Nigel Farage praised the Greek people for their defiance in the face of "heavy economic pressure".
His support and admiration for Greece is clearly aligned to his anti-EU stance, a point he drives home through his critique of the "Eurocrats who believe that you can simply bulldoze public opinion".
Chief bully-boy Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, and other supposed leaders of the European Union did their best to terrify the Greek people into submitting to the wishes of the European Union. But they utterly failed.
The Ukip leader continues by saying that "the seismic plates are shifting within European politics" and that "the EU is dying before our eyes".
A more prosperous Greece, ran by the Greeks rather than by the EU must surely face up to the reality that a euro exit is both inevitable and desirable in order for a long-term economic recovery to truly begin...
Far more important than this European Union is the concept of national democracy, of which this Greek referendum and its result are a beaming example of.