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Liam Halligan and the British Option:
Time for Glass-Steagall in Britain?
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

April 15, 2012—In respect to the reporter who has had a named role in prompting the useful consideration of a matter of grave public interest, as in this case of Liam Halligan, I think it appropriate, even obligatory, to lend suitable credit to the person who has prompted the public crafting of a significant contribution to the public understanding of the crucial strategic developments in public affairs.
I am responding, thus, to a strategic global crisis whose vortex of action still appears to be clustered chiefly among the trans-Atlantic regions of the world at large. My own immediate intention here, is principally focused on the subject of the global implications of both the presently plummeting economic crisis of the United Kingdom, and the tumult which that brings into the trans-Atlantic region generally: a region which is presently clustered within a wildly accelerating decline into the vortex of a state of onrushing, hyper-inflationary collapse.
That special quality of the background of my own present report on that subject here, demands that there be an immediate overturn of what had been historically global strategic processes, processes which had created the urgency of certain crucially needed, sudden and radical corrections of a very dangerous direction in current British policy. Any rescue from this present world crisis, requires the kinds of immediate, systemic corrections which could only be expressed now in the form of a profoundly radical shift in global trends in statecraft. This requires sharp overturns in presently reigning, official opinion...
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  • Liam Halligan and the British Option:
    Time for Glass-Steagall in Britain?
    by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

    The Daily Telegraph's Liam Halligan appropriately warned, 'Eurozone crisis roars back to savage Spain.' LaRouche writes that 'the United Kingdom is presently trapped in virtually the same financial quicksands of what has been 'unchristened' as 'governance,' as in the rest of western and central Europe: more or less, case by case, but often from immediately opposing sides in the general ferment.' Halligan's warning 'should have impelled what remain as thoughtful Britons to seek an appropriate route of escape from the oncoming ruin of the United Kingdom and other nations. In brief: A lesson so learned might be a better destiny won.'

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