by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The run-up to, and proceedings of the so-called G-20 conference, have a quality which suggests that all these discussions might have been a parody of the notorious “Marat/Sade” of playwright Peter Weiss. What has been proposed by a number of leading nations represented, verges on the taking of cyanide as an assured remedy for a severe headache. If what has been proposed, as by both the current U.S. government, and haters of the U.S. dollar, alike, were adopted, the result would be fairly compared to going to an actual Hell in a global game modeled on the board game of “Monopoly.”
by Debra Hanania-Freeman
Larry Summers, director of the National Economic Council, has sold the Obama Administration on returning to the very policies that are responsible for destroying the financial system. LaRouche’s call for his ouster is echoed by economists such as Paul Krugman and James Galbraith, and by Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio.
by John Hoefle
A dossier on the man who briefs the President every day on the financial crisis.
by Rachel Berthoff Douglas
Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision to dismiss all charges against former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens raises the issue of when the Justice Department will exonerate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., a victim of prosecutorial misconduct far more egregious than that employed against Stevens.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Claudio Celani
The worst aspect of the “unprecedented fiscal expansion” decided at the G20 Summit in London, was the decision to print $250 billion in the International Monetary Fund’s Special Drawing Rights, representing the intention of going to a “supra-sovereign” currency.
Senior scholars, specialists, and high-level former diplomats, including from the United States, are challenging the myth of the “genocide” of 300,000-400,000 Darfurians, and denouncing the International Criminal Court’s warrant against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir as a disaster for Sudan, and a foreign policy nightmare for the United States, should it be endorsed as U.S. policy.
by Ramtanu Maitra
Iran—a principal target of the drug traffic out of Afghanistan—reiterated its readiness to work with the international community against drugs, and the United States is ready to talk.
by Michele Steinberg
Report from a conference in Boston on “One State for Palestine/Israel: A Country for All Its Citizens?”
by Dean Andromidas