by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche told the Washington and online audience that the most crucial problem facing President Barack Obama is the bankruptcy of the global system. The solution, he stressed, is to place the financial system into bankruptcy reorganization, and to carry out Franklin Roosevelt’s intention to eliminate the British Empire. To do this, LaRouche declared: “Put the Federal Reserve system into receivership. Move to create a National Bank of the United States in the Hamiltonian tradition. Use the National Bank as a way of cleaning up the Federal Reserve system, and use it for the kinds of things that Roosevelt would have done, were he alive today, to do it.”
In the discussion period, LaRouche fielded questions from Russia, Belarus, Pakistan, and from the team of economic policy advisors gathering around the new American President.
by John Hoefle
The once mighty imperial hyenas of the Anglo-Dutch Liberal empire are losing. “Only God can save the Queen at this point, and that is highly unlikely, given their adversarial relationship.”
An interview with Prof. Wilhelm Hankel.
An interview with Hal Cooper. Bridging the Darien Gap at the lower end of Central America, and the Bering Strait between Alaska and Siberia is doable, and will link the Eurasian continent with all of the Americas.
by Richard Freeman
by Michele Steinberg
The invasion of Gaza by the Israeli Defense Forces “will turn out to be the biggest strategic blunder ever committed by Israel. This may prove to be an existential blunder,” said Lyndon LaRouche.
by Ramtanu Maitra
British Foreign Secretary David “John Wilkes Booth” Miliband plays poorly on the Indian stage.
by Michele Steinberg, ANC, and Nancy Spannaus
Eric Holder’s stand against legalization of drug trafficking has prompted the George Soros networks to ally with the neocons to try to prevent him from becoming Attorney General.
Professor Hankel is the former head of the Money and Credit Department of the German Finance Ministry, a close collaborator of the late economist and German government minister Karl Schiller, and former chief economist for the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (Reconstruction Finance Corp.).
Hal Cooper, Ph.D., is a Seattle-based civil engineer and transportation consultant, who is a longtime advocate for constructing a worldwide railroad connection.
by Laurence Hecht
Global warming fears aside, all students of climate science know that the Earth is presently in an Ice Age and has been for approximately the past 2 to 2.5 million years.