by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In his Jan. 16 pre-inauguration webcast, Lyndon LaRouche addressed what President Obama must consider as he makes his decisions on the international monetary-financial crisis. LaRouche said that when he forecast, on July 25, 2007, the imminent collapse of the international financial system, he was talking about the $1.4 quadrillion international financial derivatives bubble, which is still growing. Most of these financial claims are going to have to be wiped from the books in a bankruptcy reorganization, shutting down the derivatives market while the physical economy is put under protection, if the nations of the world are to survive. He said that the world banking system, in its present form, can not be saved. But we can save the physical economy, and then develop a credit system, as best understood by Alexander Hamilton. The responsibility of carrying this out for mankind, is what is confronting Obama now.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
There have been 100 years of conflict in Southwest Asia since the advent of the imperial Sykes-Picot treaty. The London-based imperial financial empire is announcing that it intends to keep these conflicts going for another 100 years.
by Dean Andromidas
The cause of the wars in Southwest Asia is the Anglo-French Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916, not anything internal to the region today. Forces in the United States understood the danger of that imperial system, and particularly, of British manipulations to grab the remnants of the dead Ottoman Empire, at the close of World War I. These patriotic Americans tried to block it—a story hitherto suppressed.
by Hussein Askary
Hussein Askary relates how the British Empire, while fostering Zionist territorial aspirations, simultaneously promoted Islamic fanaticism in order to play the two, both against each other, and against other legitimate nationalist and antiimperialist forces. The story of T.E. Lawrence “of Arabia” and his pawns.
by Steven P. Meyer
The armed conflict in Israel today is the continuation of almost a century of British-staged armed conflict between Arab and Jew that dates back to the Nebi Musa riots of 1920, just months after the close of World War I, as the British settled in to occupy Palestine. It was the top British imperial circles who sponsored the fascist Vladimir Ze’ev Jabotinsky, as a means of implementing the strategic goals of the British Empire.
How the British/Venetian-spawned Young Turk movement instigated London’s Balkan Wars and the overthrow of the Ottoman Empire—without which, the entire Anglo-French Sykes-Picot colonial scheme would not have been possible.
by John Hoefle
The bailout process is akin to the actions of a junkie, who knows in the deep recesses of his mind that he must quit, but hasn’t the courage to do so. “One more fix,” he says. We are now at the point where the money junkies are unable to control themselves. It is time to intervene, and put their system through bankruptcy. Before it kills us, as well as them.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Ramtanu Maitra
Will India seriously take up the challenge of developing its vast thorium resources for production of nuclear power, to implement the three-stage plan envisaged by the late Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and nuclear scientist Dr. Homi Bhabha?
by Laurence Hecht
Nuclear scientist Dr. John Nuckolls makes a powerful proposal to be funded by Obama’s stimulus package.