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The Doom of the Libor Rate:
The End of an Imperial System
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Thursday, July 12, 2012— A one-time, virtual British puppet, France's late President Mitterrand, played a crucial role in destroying the economy of more than western and central Europe from a certain date, through to, in effect, the present time. The evidence continues to turn up. The original decision was made when Mitterrand, expressing a certain likeness to the intentions of Napoleon III, implicitly threatened all-out war against Germany, should Germany not submit to the status of becoming a puppet of what would become known as a ``Euro'' system under British supervision. The change which came to western and central continental Europe, occurred at a moment when the Soviet Union had entered a state of its collapse, during which what had been once East Germany was about to be unified with what was then ``West Germany.'' France's President Mitterrand virtually threatened warfare against Germany, lest a free Germany be reunited. The condition for peace set by a pack composed of Mitterrand, Britain's Margaret Thatcher, and U.S. President George H.W. Bush, was the elimination of Germany's sovereignty under what was thence to be known as ``The Euro System:'' the end of the sovereignty of the respective nations of continental western Europe. The present threat of the disintegration of Western and Central continental Europe, and, also, the British Isles, had actually begun in those moments. Now, suddenly, the direction of events is changing again, at the present moment for the very much worse...
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  • Glass-Steagall Understood:
    The Space in Which To Live

    Rather than gamble on the outcome of civilization, writes LaRouche, mankind must now begin to respond to the fact that the galaxy inhabited by our Solar System is entering a long wave of change. The recent push for a revival of Glass-Steagall, on both sides of the Atlantic, offers such an opportunity.


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