Portia Tarumbwa-Strid, Vice President of the Schiller Institute interviews EIR's Hussein Askary on this weekend's referendum on the secession of Southern Sudan.
Even Prince Charles and Camilla are feeling the backlash from the murderous austerity cuts which the empire is imposing on the people of England. There is a fundamental conflict between the interests of the people of England as a nation-state and the interests of the British financial empire. Under a global Glass-Steagall, even the English will be freed from the shackles of the British Empire.
We Americans now have one more reason to stand in solidarity with the Irish: according to the facts revealed in this week’s report by the Federal Reserve, the American people have shelled out a total of $16 trillion which went, primarily, to foreign banks.
The recent provocations on the Korean Peninsula are curious to say the least, as they seem to be local incidents. But a strategic view shows us that the British Monetary empire is up to their old tricks again, provoking destabilization attempts in Asia, and especially China, to kill any prospect for development.
This video was originally published during the height of the BP oil crisis, when the British press had been full of articles, mourning the coming end of the so-called "special relationship" between the U.S. and Britain. We republish this video now to remind our fellow Americans, that the only "Special Relationship" that exists between the United States and the British is that is it is our job to shut the the British Empire down!
Our world today is gripped by a tragedy. When the Principle of Tragedy is not understood by societies, like Lear's Britain or Hamlet's Denmark, the people guarantee themselves to failure.