by Jeffrey Steinberg, Allen Douglas, and Rachel Douglas
The significance of Vice President Dick Cheney’s obsessive commitment to the Trotskyite dogma of “permanent revolution/permanent war,” is so misunderstood as to pose a grave danger to the very survival of the American Republic and the rest of the world. Jeffrey Steinberg, Allen Douglas, and Rachel Douglas report on the origins of this dogma in British geopolitical schemes of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Then, as now, the purpose of wars launched by the Anglo-Dutch Liberals was not to win them, but to perpetuate them.
by William Jones
by William Jones
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche, Jr. gave this webcast speech to a Washington, D.C. audience on Sept. 16. Addressing the decrepit state of U.S. infrastructure and the poverty that were both so clearly evidenced in the aftermath of the Hurricane Katrina, LaRouche points the way to a solution, drawing on the “living history” of the United States, the one nation that can solve the world’s onrushing financial-economic crisis. “We are a ruined nation,” he states, “but we still have, in the immortal aspect of ourselves, in the memory of what we were, in the evidence of what we were, we have the keys to success, the keys to rebuilding.”
by Richard Freeman
Financier-dominated synarchist forces are seizing upon Hurricane Katrina, to manufacture a non-existent oil shortage, and ratchet up the price of oil in the direction of $125 per barrel—all in a hopeless attempt to save their bankrupt financial system.
by Marcia Merry Baker
Interview with Glenn Kage.
by Rainer Apel
The campaign of Helga Zepp-LaRouche and the BüSo party forced into public debate the crucial issues facing Germany in the Sept. 18 election.
by Dean Andromidas
by Dennis Small
Speaking in the name of the 19-nation Rio Group, Argentine Foreign Minister Rafael Bielsa called for a New Bretton Woods conference of international heads of state, in his address to the United Nations General Assembly’s special session on “Financing for Development.”
by Rachel Douglas and Roman Bessonov
Less than a year after a regime-change project known as the Orange Revolution succeeded in Ukraine, the political forces that supported it within the country are in disarray.
by Michael Billington
by Kathy Wolfe
by Paolo Raimondi
Interview with Father Giulio Albanese.
by Nancy Spannaus
The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time, by Jeffrey D. Sachs.
The Legislative Chairman of United Auto Workers Local 136, in Trenton, Missouri, speaks about UAW actions to protest soaring energy prices.
A Comboni Missionary and journalist, Father Albanese spent many years in Uganda and Sierra Leone, then returned to Italy to create the Missionary International Service News Agency (MISNA). He is the author of the book Tin Soldiers: The Question of Children-Soldiers (Soldatini di Piombo: La Questione dei Bambini-Soldato).