by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Because the U.S. and British governments are both currently behaving as idiots, a process similar to the artificial Versailles conditions that were imposed upon Germany after World War I is now rapidly leading into a global hyperinflationary blowout.
Interview with Professor Wilhelm Hankel.
by Rachel Douglas
Rachel Douglas and Sky Shields, representatives of Lyndon LaRouche, were received with enthusiasm as featured speakers at a conference in Ukraine titled “Physical Economy: Research Methodology and the Global Mission of Ukraine,” held on April 9 at the Kiev National Economic University.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s greetings to the conference referenced his longer paper submitted for the proceedings, “The Principle of Mind,” and emphasized the scientific achievements of Academician V.I. Vernadsky and his associates, which bear upon defining solutions for the political-economic and social crisis which grips all nations and peoples on this planet today.
by Sky Shields
by John Hoefle
The acting chief financial officer of mortgage giant Freddie Mac died under suspicious circumstances; he was not under investigation, but he knew a lot about “where the bodies are buried.”
by Marcia Merry Baker and Claudio Celani
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Scandals about Israel’s continuing political dirty tricks and espionage operations inside the United States could short-circuit Prime Minister Netanyahu’s drive for a military strike against Iran.
by Tony Papert
Profiles of some of the members and associates of the Behavioral Economics Roundtable who are running the Obama Administration’s economic policy: Colin Camerer, Robert Cialdini, Matthew Rabin, and Peter Orszag.
by Portia Tarumbwa-Strid
LaRouche Youth Movement leader in Germany, Portia Tarumbwa-Strid, addressed a conference of the Civil Rights Solidarity Movement (BüSo) in Berlin. It is a moral failure, she said, that Europe did not heed the call of the summit of the Non-Aligned Nations at Colombo, Sri Lanka, in 1976, which demanded debt moratoria and Western investment to develop the former colonial world.
An illustration of the type of massive development initiatives that should have been taken in Africa by the West—but were not—this 1991-92 report by the Italian company Bonifica, Iritecna, Gruppo IRI, was published in EIR in 1997.
Professor Hankel was Secretary of State in the German Finance Ministry under Karl Schiller, and, for ten years, was the chief economist of the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau. His most recent book is The Euro Lie and Other Economic Fairy Tales.