The discredited Tony Blair’s sudden re-emergence today in a bitter televised attack on the potential next leader of Britain’s Labour Party, may be the next shoe falling in a British Monarchy breakup crisis, after furor arising from exposure of film of the British royals giving Nazi salutes in the 1930s.
The potential Labour leader is veteran MP Jeremy Corbyn, among other things a supporter of Glass-Steagall legislation and organizer for a debt writedown for Greece. His “shocking” and wide lead in a national poll of Labour Party members showed the drastic split, amidst a Europe-wide financial and economic crisis, between the British population and the British royals. It was, after all, the Queen personally, along with Prime Minister Cameron, who went to Germany at the height of the “negotiations” with Greece, and shifted the German position to an ultra-hard line, of the effective murder of Greece by unpayable debt.
Thus the sudden and furious mobilization of Blair and his former top aides to attack the Labour base publicly as “morons” and try to destroy Corbyn’s candidacy.
Blair has been the British Empire’s conveyor of policy orders to both U.S. Presidents “W” Bush and Obama — especially regarding the policy of regime changes, wars, and war provocations against Russia and China. Now he is desperate to defend the British financial empire’s debt slavery and depopulation policies, against, particularly, the threat of a “global Glass-Steagall policy.”
EIR Founding Editor Lyndon LaRouche, driving that global Glass-Steagall mobilization, said today the British Monarchy appears to be in a probable breakdown crisis. “We’re trying to estimate how close the collapse of that British system is,” LaRouche told a national policy discussion. “It might break down in a matter of weeks. But if it isn’t brought down, the human race might disappear” through population reduction and war policies which radiate from the British Royal Family. “The genocide policy of the British monarchy, to reduce the world population, as they’ve publicly stated, from 7 billion to 1 billion. That’s what’s at stake!” LaRouche said.
“Our best option is for the monarchy to be thrown out by the British themselves.”
The Glass-Steagall policy has suddenly re-emerged in the United States Congress and the Presidential race because of the potential Wall Street crash. “Hillary’s Glass-Steagall Mistake,” as her husband’s Labor Secretary Robert Reich called her silent opposition to Glass-Steagall, has now seen her drop behind potential Republican candidates in swing-state polls. Other Democratic candidates are publicly demanding Glass-Steagall restoration.
It’s the way not to wait for the British imperial system’s collapse, but to crush it.
“Jeremy Corbyn vs. Tony Blair” is the way the London Telegraph headlined Blair’s hysterical speech today against Glass-Steagall supporter Corbyn, who is leading current polls of the Labour Party by 15-17 points among four candidates for Party leader.
“If your heart is with Corbyn, get a transplant,” Tony blared to a London Labour meeting. Meanwhile, his lieutenants were deployed. One “special advisor, Darren Murphy, told the press that “Labour has become a suicide club” after Corbyn got 43% in the YouGov poll of Labour Party members, 17-30 points ahead of the other three candidates. Another “former special advisor,” John McTernan, called MPs who nominated Corbyn for Labour leader in Commons, “morons.” Blair, who “mounted a bitter attack on Mr. Corbyn” as the Telegraph‘s put it, claimed that Labour would be “out of power for 20 years if Corbyn is elected” in September.
Blair is clearly desperate to prevent the emergence of a leader of the Party who publically called for a debt conference to write off Greek debt like the 1953 London Debt Conference which wrote off Germany’s, and who supports establishing Glass-Steagall in Britain as heavily debated in the House of Lords particularly in 2013. Corbyn and another Labour MP, Michael Meacher, sent messages supporting Glass-Steagall to the January 2015 conference of the Australia Citizens Electoral Council.
Tony Blair is both discredited and cordially disliked among Britons for the copious lying which characterized his 10-year rule, especially for the lies which launched the Iraq War. His angry attack on Corbyn could backfire. It is being accompanied, however, by a furious campaign against Corbyn in the City-controlled London press.
Jeremy Corbyn himself, who opposed Blair’s Iraq War and was instrumental in the Commons vote which stopped a Syria War, replied today that Blair has “a big problem: the Chilcot Inquiry,” which is investigating his lying conduct to start the Iraq War.