Tag Archives: London School of Economics

Queen Wields Guatemalan Government in Opium War on United States

Almost the entirety of the heroin which is killing American youth in growing numbers across the United States comes from south of the border, from Mexico, Guatemala, and Colombia. From London came the threat again, this week, that the government … Continue reading

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A Cypriot Lesson: Glass-Steagall or Suicide

As this is being written, on Monday night, the eurozone finance ministers are holding an urgent teleconference on the Cypriot crisis. They had, of course, caused the crisis themselves, by deciding after a ten hour meeting in Brussels on Friday, … Continue reading

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Troika’s “creative destruction” in cool academic poise

It seems to us the Euro is implementing the London School of Economics, LSE, Economics Magazine Schumpeter Column recipe, “Creative Destruction”, on a timescale vastly shorter, vastly scaled, than “traditional methods”. It is the most effective tool to push Schumpeter’s … Continue reading

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Berlin Conference Address – “we must ensure that ‘austerity pact’ is firmly rejected”

Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to give just a brief address to introduce our group and to summarize the current political landscape in Ireland.  My name is Gene Douglas and I represent the LaRouche Irish Brigade.  We chose this title because … Continue reading

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If Ireland says no to austerity treaty “fiscal compact” is finished

History is in the making here. If there is a referendum in Ireland, or if President Higgins challenges the austerity treaty’s constitutionality, the “fiscal compact” that the EU admitted that they tried to slip by the Irish people will be … Continue reading

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