by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“Whatever happens otherwise, if the United Kingdom continues its present course, Britain’s imperial design (1763-2008) is now soon doomed to a very early and ugly end. All that remains in doubt on this account, is, whether or not the disintegration of the British empire will carry the rest of European civilization down with it, down into a prolonged, planetary-wide dark age, down forever from the Britain of Lord Shelburne which aspired itself to become a permanent successor to the failed Roman Empire.”
But what about the rest of us? We don’t have to go down with that empire, provided we cut free from its cultural embrace. LaRouche discusses the science and epistemology of how such a break with British Liberalism is to be achieved.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche surveys the European political landscape, as national resistance to the fascist Lisbon Treaty heats up.
by Rainer Apel
by Alexander Pusch
A report from Vienna on a symposium of the Save Austria citizens’ initiative.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
While London pushes for a trans-Atlantic fascist-corporatist consolidation, it is also promoting war and ungovernability throughout Africa, Southwest Asia, South Asia, and Central and South America, activating longstanding assets and methods.
by Elke Fimmen
by Harley Schlanger
Senator Clinton’s victories in Texas, Ohio, and Rhode Island reflect the “reality principle” hitting the campaign, driven by her insistence that the economy is the leading issue.
by Harley Schlanger
by Matthew Ogden and Alli Perebikovsky
The LaRouche Youth Movement reports how Rhode Island became the first state to officially endorse Lyndon LaRouche’s Homeowners and Bank Protection Act (HBPA).
by Stuart Rosenblatt
The behind-the-scenes effort to make New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg the President of the United States, is comparable to the cutthroat way Richard seized the throne of England in Shakespeare’s play.
by John Hoefle
Housing foreclosures are at an all-time high, but Washington is awash with proposals to bail out the cause of the crisis: those who created one of the largest speculative bubbles in history.
by Marcia Merry Baker
President Roosevelt’s first Fireside Chat, 75 years ago, informed 60 million Americans on the measures he was about to use to restabilize the banking system.