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By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "The crisis of the European system, which, nominally, erupted around the current Greek debt situation, was never a Greek crisis as such; it was, rather, a crisis of the entire current European system since the time of Socrates and Plato, a modern crisis whose expression is currently centered, at this present moment, on the Iberian peninsula, not Greece, and a crisis of the international operations of the only nominally Spanish, actually British bank of Santander. As long as the current European system and U.S. Obama Administration policies persist, the fuse of a global breakdown-crisis must be considered as lit for the immediate period ahead."
For solutions, look to the republican founding principles of the United States, as these were saved from defeat by President Abraham Lincoln's victory over the British empire's backers of slavery.
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
By Helga Zepp-LaRouche. The acute possibility of state bankruptcies of members of the Eurozone, with potentially dramatic consequences for the entire banking system, added to the rise in U.S. unemployment to about 8.4 million during the first year of the Obama Administration, means that the fatal phase of the systemic crash has been reached.
Above all else, Tony Blair is being held accountable, by a faction within the British oligarchy, for sinking the British Empire under a mountain of unpayable debt, and for promoting policies that threaten to bring Armageddon down on London's global power.
Is Washington Handing Afghan Policy
to London and Riyadh?
The United States is ready to toe the British-Saudi line: to bring back in the "good" Taliban—inexplicably distinguished from the "bad" Taliban—to "share" power with the government of President Hamid Karzai.
President Obama's stated intention, to shut down the NASA program at its root, when added to his Hitler-like healthcare policy, and the destructive features of all other leading Obama policies, is one step too far to bear.