One could say he is displeased:
Now, Farage is the leader of the UK Independence Party, whose Euroscepticism derives from a xenophobic, right-wing domestic agenda that yearns for the days before those damn Normans came across and wrecked everything. Farage is, in an imperfect analogy, like the UK's Ron Paul. So don't confuse me posting this video with general endorsement; but I do worry that the premiers of Greece and Italy, from where we get democracy and the republican form of government respectively, have been sacked by unelected bankers and replaced with unelected bankers.
Krugman has made his objections to ECB policy known. When Farage and Krugman agree on something, I think it deserves a close look.
I don't think we have to worry about Panzer divisions crossing the Rhône in 2012, however.