Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. addresses a recurrent problem among Russian policymakers, but one which is by no means limited to them: "Economics is the one subject which is outstanding in the respect that everyone practices it, but almost no one in government around the world today has an actual understanding of what it is, in its effect, that they are actually practicing."
Foreword: The Dollar Is Still Mighty
1. Ask China!
2. Why a Credit-System?
3. Why Physical Economy?
4. Why a "Fair-Trade" Policy?
5. Vernadsky & Economy
Epilogue: The U.S.A., Russia, China & India
FDR's Bretton Woods Plan
By Helga Zepp-LaRouche. Russian leaders are comparing the current strategic situation with the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. As in the U.S. response to the Tet Offensive during the Vietnam War, the West is underestimating what it is contending with.
British Oligarchs Run Soros Addiction Drive
George Soros's operatives dominate the Latin American Commission on Drugs and Democracy, which was established in Rio de Janeiro in April 2008. The agenda is continent-wide drug legalization.
Coca: The Sacred Leaf Of British Imperialism
Thanks to a multimillion-dollar campaign, run for more than three decades by the drug mafia and international financial interests, the legalization of the cultivation and trade of coca is today a possibility. Luis E. Vásquez Medina reports from Lima.
Who Wants Civil War In the Philippines?
The U.S. Institute of Peace, among others, attempted to push through an unconstitutional agreement with the Moro Liberation Front, which would have established a virtually independent state encompassing huge sections of the southern provinces of Mindanao, Sulu, and Palawan.
Soros's Thai Fascists Lay Siege to Capital
There is no shortage of "guarantees" to depositors— from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Federal Reserve, and the Federal Home Loan Banks— but none of these players actually has the money it needs to satisfy those guarantees, in anything approaching a worstcase scenario.
"The nomination of Senator Barack Obama," wrote Lyndon LaRouche, "as combined with the prospect of the nomination of Senator John McCain, has settled almost nothing, other than the fact of those nominations themselves." Hence the indispensable role of LaRouche PAC will increase in the weeks ahead, to provide leadership that is otherwise sorely lacking.