by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The threatened national catastrophe in health care and sanitation, must be understood as a special feature of a broader issue, the general breakdown, through mismanagement and neglect, of national basic economic infrastructure as a whole. Only then, after situating the choice of mission of health care within the mission of basic economic infrastructure for the development of the economy as a whole, could we reach competent judgments on the required internal features of a competent choice of health-care system, as such.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The political crisis in that Central Asian nation was a Moscow-orchestrated “coup-coup” against the Bush-Cheney Project Democracy apparatus that was deeply involved in the so-called “rainbow revolutions” in Georgia and Ukraine.
Documentation: From LaRouche’s 1999 video, “Storm Over Asia.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg, Michele Steinberg, and Dean Andromidas
by Michele Steinberg
by Jacques Cheminade
by Jürgen Hübschen
Col. Jürgen Hübschen, retired from Germany’s Air Force, gave this briefing to EIR staff in Leesburg, Virginia.
by Nancy Spannaus
Interview with Col. Jürgen Hübschen (ret.).
by Claudio Celani
by Marcia Merry Baker
Lyndon LaRouche has launched a drive for collaboration on a “reconstruction agenda” to save the nation’s industrial capacity in the face of the breakdown impact of the threat of a financial collapse of General Motors/GMAC, the world’s largest automaker and a $300 billion financing operation.
by Edward Spannaus
by Harley Schlanger
by Steve Douglas
by Nina Ogden
by Rainer Apel
The European Union’s “Stability Pact” should have been abolished, which would have restored national sovereignty in economic decision-making. It’s weakened, but not yet dead.
by Colin Lowry
by Emmanuel Grenier
by Manuel Hidalgo
by Manuel Hidalgo
Interview with Dr. Daniele Ganser.
Colonel Hübschen was military attaché at the German Embassy in Baghdad from 1986-89; worked for many years for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE); and has long-term experience working alongside his NATO colleagues from the United States who were based in Germany.
Dr. Ganser is the author of NATO’s Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe, and is leading a research project at the Center for Security Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich.