LaRouche warned at EIR's June 28-29 Berlin seminar that the coming collapse of the world monetary-financial system will be far more devastating than anything that occurred during the recent two centuries. But there is a way out, and LaRouche puts forward the conceptual requirements for a recovery plan. "The continuation of a civilized existence of all the nations of this planet, for generations to come," he writes, "will depend upon the courage and wisdom which must be shown now by the government of our United States, in providing the needed initiative for halting the presently onrushing collapse, and conducting a general economic recovery throughout the planet."
Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) wrote to Gregory White, the U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of Ohio, expressing "very serious concerns" about the the Federal government's handling of the case of Republican Party fundraiser Tom Noe.
As the United States and the world move into the most deadly systemic financial and economic crisis in modern times, can the nation survive a continuation of the Bush-Cheney Presidency?
Anatomy of a Crime:
A Timeline of the Wilson-Plame Affair
Documentation: Excerpts from "Rebuilding Iraq: U.S. Mismanagement of Iraqi Funds," a report issued by the Minority Staff of the House Government Reform Committee's Subcommittee on National Security.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, who recently announced her candidacy for Chancellor of Germany, addressed EIR's Berlin seminar on her campaign against free-market fascism, and for the Eurasian development programs which must be adopted so that global economic growth can get Germanyand the rest of the worldout of the deepening crisis.
A speech to the seminar by Mario Lettieri, a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, who introduced a resolution for a New Bretton Woods conference to the Italian Parliament.
LaRouche Responds on
the Question of Freedom
Dr. Sergei Glazyev, an economist and a member of Russia's State Duma (parliament), addressed the Berlin seminar on June 28.
In Lyndon LaRouche's closing remarks to the seminar, he insisted that the value of money should be determined by a scientific principle, not an accounting principle.
Senator John Warner (R-Va.), an author of the May 23 bipartisan Senate agreement that stopped Vice President Dick Cheney's "nuclear option," is charging that the Pentagon's base-closing recommendations "deviate substantially" from the criteria established by the Legislative branch.
A Whistle Without an Engine
St. Petersburg correspondent Roman Bessonov analyzes the June 16-17 summit of the European Union, and the disillusion felt by many Eastern Europeans after they joined the EU.
Gian Guido Folloni
Former Italian Senator Folloni was also Italy's Minister for Relations with the Parliament. He is now responsible for relations with Far Eastern and Arab countries in the Foreign Affairs Department of the "La Margherita" party, which is the second most important party in the opposition coalition.
Iran's Policy Open-Ended
in Wake of Election Surprise
The landslide election of Tehran Mayor Mahmood Ahmadinejad as President of Iran has the neo-con spin-masters in the West churning out propaganda about his aggressive designs, but the reality is much more complex.
`Democracy' NGO Targets China Through Nepal
Germany: A Crucial Candidacy
at a Crucial Moment
SCO Summit Takes Up Security Challenge,
But Needs Economic Vision
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization met in Kazakstan on July 4-5.
Italy Can Contribute to
a New, More Just World Economic System
An interview with Gian Guido Folloni.
The Immortal Contribution of Jewish Culture:
Heine, Schiller, and Shakespeare
A 1982 speech by the late Mark Burdman, EIR's long-time Special Projects editor, who died one year ago. The address was delivered at a conference in New York City titled, "Heinrich Heine, A Birthday Tribute," held in celebration of the 185th birthday of the poet.
The `Dirt-Bike' Terror Incident