by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche began his international webcast on Oct. 10 by asserting that 9/11 was an inside job, done with the complicity of the British Empire and elements in Saudi Arabia, on behalf of what the Bush-Cheney Administration represents. Since then, Congress and the political institutions of the United States have been paralyzed with fear. In a discussion after the webcast, LaRouche stated that he had started with this point, because Congress and other institutions have been unable to deal with crises, such as the wars Cheney started, or the disastrous effects of the economic crisis. Until this issue of 9/11 is understood, nothing useful can be done. He emphasized the importance of mobilizing the population to put pressure on Congress, so Cheney will be dumped and the country can be saved.
by Ramtanu Maitra
The debate inside and outside Pakistan, as to which candidate for President would be most appropriate to meet Washington’s needs, is missing the point entirely. The crisis in Pakistan is centered on how to stop the process of “Talibanization” in the country’s western provinces.
by Gretchen Small
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Mike Billington
The LaRouche Show on Oct. 6 hosted State Reps. Juanita Walton (D-Mo.) and Harold James (D-Pa.), and former State Rep. LaMar Lemmons III (D-Mich.), discussing the housing foreclosure crisis, and their roles in introducing to their state legislatures, a resolution petitioning Congress to support LaRouche’s “Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007.”
by Anton Chaitkin
by Carl Osgood
What did George Washington, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, and Franklin D. Roosevelt understand, that the Pentagon’s strategic planners today have missed?
by Marsha Freeman
The “space race” between the United States and the Soviet Union, which began in 1969, produced the greatest peacetime mobilization of scientific and technological resources in world history. The U.S. must return to the principles and philosophical view of man which motivated the project of going to the Moon. Accepting the challenge of the unknown during the second 50 years of the Space Age is a necessary component for advancing a worldwide cultural Renaissance.
by Nancy Spannaus
This report by members of the LYM about their political and scientific activity around the world, and Lyndon LaRouche’s concluding remarks, were presented at the Schiller Institute’s conference, “The Eurasian Land-Bridge Is Becoming a Reality!” which was held in Kiedrich, Germany, Sept. 15-16, 2007.
by John Hoefle
A Conspiracy of Folly.
by Rainer Apel
Will Social Dems Return to Reason?