From Volume 7, Issue 51 of EIR Online, Published Dec. 16, 2008

Ibero-American News Digest

WWF Hails Mexico's Pre-Medieval Power Plans

Dec. 12 (EIRNS)—The Calderón government has won the praise of Prince Philip's genocidal Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) for its new carbon reduction plan. Mexico's Environment Secretary, Juan Rafael Elvira, announced at the UN "climate talks" on Dec. 11 in Poland, that his government planned to have a domestic carbon emissions cap-and-trade system functioning by 2012, as a step towards cutting emissions in half by 2050, by switching to solar power and pre-medieval technologies of wind power.

Keith Allot, head of climate change for WWF-UK, hailed Mexico's announcement as showing leadership of the developing world. For him, it was one of the few bright spots in a conference otherwise dominated by "laggard countries" which weren't buying into the program, the WWF complained. That, despite the grandstanding by the over-fed Al Gore on how President-elect Barack Obama would turn the lights out in the United States, as these Dark Ages freaks demand.

It is unlikely that the Calderón government's plans will be implemented as announced, but very few developing countries have been crazy enough to set off down this road to doom. President Felipe Calderón, however, is also wedded to the WWF on water policy. The head of the National Water Commission, José Luis Luege Tamargo, is a close ally of the WWF, and is committed to preventing the construction of the Northwest Hydraulic Plan (PLHINO), which would increase Mexico's modern power supplies and open up nearly a million hectares of newly irrigated lands to grow food for hungry Mexicans.

Soros's 'Harm Reduction' Means Genocide, Argentine Anti-Drug Fighter Charges

Dec. 8 (EIRNS)—The campaign to legalize drugs for personal consumption in Argentina, carried out under the aegis of George Soros's lying "harm reduction" campaign, is "genocide," charged Claudio Izaguirre, chairman of the Argentine Anti-Drug Association.

In an interview with the daily Ciudadano of Mendoza, published in late November, Izaguirre cautioned that he uses the term genocide very precisely. Justice Minister Anibal Fernández, whom Izquirre often refers to as the "narco minister," is pushing Soros's drug legalization/harm reduction agenda publicly, while gutting the budget for Sedronar, the government's own agency responsible for combatting the drug trade and promoting drug prevention.

At the same time that availability of drugs is at an all-time high, prevention and treatment programs for addicts are practically non-existent, and "the result of this equation is genocide," Izaguirre asserts. "There is no prevention; there is no help; they just put the joint in your hand."

"Always understanding genocide to mean the extermination of the human species," Izaguirre explained, look at the fact that seven out of ten adolescent suicides are the result of drug consumption. Marijuana can cause depression, which is then treated by other drugs that can have a lethal effect on youth.

Izaguirre's Anti-Drug Association has been aggressive in exposing the fraud of Soros's "harm reduction" argument, which is the basis of the government's proposal to decriminalize drugs for personal use. What the Juproposal does, Izaguirre warned, is to make it impossible for families to even seek out help, "because each person can consume [drugs] freely."

Soros and Brits Sucker Developing Sector with Fascist Keynes

Dec. 10 (EIRNS)—There is a rich irony in the fact that, at the Dec. 7-11 international conference in Parana, Brazil, "The Crisis: Truths and Pathways," called to discuss how to solve the current global financial crisis, the sole speaker from the United States was ... a Brit! The Brit in question was Thomas Palley, an Oxford-trained economist who is an apologist for the Nazi-trained drug runner George Soros.

Palley steered away from any public discussion of Soros, but used the forum to promote Keynesian economics as the only solution to the crisis. The ultimate cause of today's crisis, he argued, is that labor productivity was decoupled from real wages, which put labor in a "Neo-liberal box." The solution is to create a "Keynesian box," and put corporations and neo-liberals in it. He said that a return to "Progressive Keynesianism" is the way to solve the current crisis which he, who calls himself a Labor Social Democrat, advocates.

John Maynard Keynes, Britain's representative at FDR's 1944 Bretton Woods conference, who did everything in his power to sabotage FDR's anti-imperialist intent, was an ardent defender of eugenics, who also argued in the introduction to the 1937 German edition of his own General Theory, that his policies would be better implemented in Hitler's Germany than under a democracy.

Palley was the director of the Globalization Reform Project at Soros's Open Society Institute in 2002 and 2003, and wrote a paper on his boss's economic theories, in which he described Soros as "one of the world's leading philanthropists ... [and] public intellectual."

All rights reserved © 2008 EIRNS