by Debra Hanania-Freeman
Lyndon LaRouche called Hillary Clinton’s 41-point smashing defeat of Barack Obama in West Virginia on May 13, “the biggest event in world history in the last month.”
by Nancy Spannaus
by Mary Burdman
The Foreign Ministers of Russia, India, and China met in Yekaterinburg, Russia, and then with the Foreign Minister of Brazil. They realize that they must hang together to defeat the British imperial assault on the very survival of nation-states, or go down to defeat separately.
by Michael Billington
by Dean Andromidas
by Lawrence K. Freeman
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
An increasing number of governments are taking urgent measures to increase agricultural production, so that, as soon as possible, they can regain the food security which the enforcers of free trade have been denying them for so many years.
by Marcia Merry Baker
An interview with Argentine Congressman Alberto Cantero.
by Karel Vereycken
by John Hoefle
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
David Lubin organized the predecessor group to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Institute of Agriculture, in 1905. His mission was to break the death grip of free trade, and the cartels and speculators who enforced it with their stranglehold over food production worldwide.
by Richard Freeman and Jeffrey Steinberg
A month-long investigation by EIR has established that, while Michael Bloomberg has been put forward as one of the leading propagandists for a new “Lombard League” of feudal cities, to replace the system of sovereign nation-states, and impose radical population reduction, not a single one of these fascist ideas originated with Bloomberg himself. He is the willing prop for a scheme coming directly from the top levels of the Anglo-Dutch oligarchy.
Key to the chart: “The Lombard League of Cities Apparatus.”
Congressman Cantero is chairman of the Agriculture and Cattle-Ranching Committee of the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, and was interviewed in Argentina by the LaRouche Youth Movement.