Lyndon LaRouche was the featured guest on “The LaRouche Show” radio program on May 26. As the world hovers at the brink of collapse of the financial-monetary system, one nation after another faces a political crisis of ungovernability, and neither U.S. political party is prepared to do what is required to solve the crisis. The strategic key, LaRouche said, is to form an alliance among the United States, Russia, China, and India, to reorganize the bankrupt monetary system and launch infrastructure projects, such as the Bering Strait tunnel project and the Eurasian Land-Bridge, that can bring depressed and impoverished regions to life. If those nations back such a program, others will rapidly join in. LaRouche was questioned by a panel from the LaRouche Youth Movement.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Do the lessons of the Munich Pact have any bearing on today’s showdown in the Persian Gulf? Is the “War Party” inside the Bush Administration, headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, borrowing a page from Hitler’s 1936-39 playbook, carefully orchestrating war with Iran, just as Hitler did with Czechoslovakia?
by Konstantin Cheremnykh and Rachel Douglas
Russia is trying to deal with the consequences of the world economic crisis by reinstituting the kind of collaboration with the United States that has existed between the two countries at various times since America’s fight for independence from the British.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche warns that the Cheney-led drive for war against Iran, is an attempt to open a front against Russia.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Lawrence K. Freeman
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Tom Gillesberg
by Nancy Spannaus
As Congressmen return to their districts for the Memorial Day recess, they are finding that the citizenry wants impeachment, and is in a rage at Congress’s failure to act.
by Edward Spannaus
by Oyang Teng
by Gabriele Arroyo
by Marcia Merry Baker
The “biofoolery” financial swindle is creating the conditions for famine, as crops are shifted from food to ethanol and other fuels.
by William Jones
by Rob Ainsworth
by Rainer Apel
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
Margaret Mead organized a 1975 conference, along with other malthusian luminaries, to promote the absurd choice of either feeding people or “saving the environment.” Several of those who made presentations there are now leading spokesmen for the global warming hoax.
by John Hoefle