by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche addresses a Munich conference on “Maglev: The Technology of the 21st Century.” She situates the fight over high technology for Germany, in the context of the European Union’s drive to obliterate the sovereignty of its member nations, and to impose top-down fascist control by the financier oligarchy, in this time of financial collapse.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche told the Munich conference that to reverse the process that transformed the United States from a great, agro-industrial power, into a junkheap, the State must intervene. The rate of inflation, caused by the collapse of physical economy, has created a breaking point which allows such a transformation of policy to be carried out. The only weapon of defense that the United States or any other nation has now, against a hyperinflationary collapse like that which Germany experienced in 1923, is the power of the sovereign nation-state.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The drive by George Shultz, Felix Rohatyn, and their oligarchical “fixers” to impose a latter-day Mussolini, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, as President, is moving forward rapidly. A new book by Doug Schoen, “former” Bloomberg advisor, is pushing the Bloomberg option, saying the two-party system has broken down. Others are calling for infrastructure projects through private funding schemes, modelled on the early Mussolini and Hitler slave-labor programs.
by Anita Gallagher
by Gretchen Small
Mexico’s President, during a U.S. visit, embraced the slave-labor schemes that a U.S. President Bloomberg would implement. Felipe Calderón is offering up his own countrymen as the slaves.
by Limari Navarrete
The LaRouche Youth Movement is organizing support for the Homeowners and Bank Protection Act, with an eye to the big upcoming Presidential primaries.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The text of the Monadology,” he writes, “is, of course, available to those who will seek out its spark of genius; but, the way in which I came to experience it, and to probe its implications ever more deeply over the decades since my adolescence, is an experience which is rarely encountered among those living persons whose world outlook has been dominated by the cultural ruins left by the post-1968 European civilization of today; that will remain the prevalent condition, until more among us do as I have done, work to convey to others, especially the young adult generation of leaders emerging today, a sense of that specific quality of Promethean spark by which men and women may be freed from the chains of Sophistry.”
by John Hoefle
As the U.S. banking system seizes up, we are beginning to hear calls for a bailout of the banks, and we see what Treasury Secretary Paulson, Fed Chairman Bernanke, and the Plunge Protection Team are really doing.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by L. Wolfe
by Ramtanu Maitra
Afghan President Hamid Karzai is under serious attack from Washington, as well as two of Washington’s best colonial friends in Afghanistan—Britain and the Netherlands. The level of attack indicates that Washington may opt to dump its old friend, blaming Karzai for the insurmountable problems created by the foreign occupation of his country.
by Lawrence K. Freeman
by Marsha Freeman
Fifty years ago, a group of German rocket pioneers led the team that put America into space. Marsha Freeman reports on a celebration held at the Huntsville, Alabama, to mark that milestone.
by Rainer Apel
by Gerald Rose
Our First Revolution: The Remarkable British Upheaval That Inspired America’s Founding Fathers, by Michael Barone.