by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“McCain and Obama are political chess-pieces on the board; the fellows in the back room are chess players who know how a pawn becomes a queen.
“Now, as we speak, the hands of the players are already moving.”
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
With continued British efforts to ram through the Lisbon Treaty before Summer, “London clearly did not intend that it should submit its own self to that imperial tyranny, the presently proposed Treaty, which it has been hastening to impose on the western and central regions of the continent....
“The proverbial fly in London’s dish, is that the present international financial-monetary system is already at the verge of an early plunge into a vortex, a global breakdown-crisis now menacing the world at large. Thus, the effort to ram through the Lisbon Treaty, creates a world crisis which is already echoing, immediately, many of the kinds of economic and related features which are to be associated with the earlier outbreaks of the two so-called world wars of the previous century.”
by John Hoefle
Far from having been stabilized, the global banking system is on life support, kept alive by extensive government funding while it is being restructured. The downsizing is already traumatic, but it has only begun, because the reason for the existence of much of the banking system has disappeared.
by Paul Gallagher
The London loophole.
by Mohd Peter Davis
Mohd Peter Davis is an agricultural scientist from the Institute of Advanced Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The conference of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome did not decide on any effective remedy for the world hunger catastrophe. But the good news is, that the “free traders” were unable to put through their plans, and that the WTO’s Doha Round will, in all likelihood, end in failure.
by Alexander C. Pusch
A memorandum to the FAO summit by the Agricultural Commission of the Schiller Institute.
A statement by five Members of the European Parliament.
21st Century Science & Technology interviewed Stuart Wheeler, an independent-minded activist in the British Conservative Party.
by Vyron Lymberpoulos
by Edward Spannaus
The Princeton Project on National Security is promoting the idea of preventive war, as part of an Anglo-American-led “Concert of Democracies.” Top advisors to the Obama campaign, Anthony Lake and Ivo Daalder, back the plan, and John McCain has explicitly endorsed it.
Due to a printer’s error, the last eight pages of our June 6 issue were dropped from our print edition. Some of the articles are included in this issue; others have been superseded by news events. All were included in the online edition.
On page 21 of the same issue, a typographical error misidentified the name of the Catedra Pio Tamayo Center for Studies of Current History of the Venezuela Central University’s Institute of Economic and Social Research website.