by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The issue to be considered here, is the presently greatest political obstacle in the pathway of rallying needed political support for adoption of a readily available economic recovery of the United States, and, thus, potentially, the planet as a whole. The impediment is the still prevalent, stubborn ignorance of the difference between, on the one side, the monetary system of a Europe dominated by imperial London, and, in the opposition, a national-credit system of the type implicit in the U.S. Federal Constitution.”
Documentation: FDR vs. Churchill on British imperialism; Alexander Hamilton to Robert Morris on his conception of National Bank and the need for a Constitutional Convention; Paolo Sarpi, the founder of Liberalism and Empiricism; Tony Blair’s repudiation of the Westphalia System of sovereign nation-states.
by John Hoefle
With the Administration’s vow to cut budgets for health care, Medicare, and Social Security, LaRouche warned, “The Hitler program has been revived by the Obama Administration. This is straight Nazi stuff. It’s not a quibble; it’s not an interpretation. This is a direct copy of the philosophy of the Nazis.... People who condone this are criminals, because they either knew, or should have known, what they are doing.”
by Marcia Merry Baker
The traditional U.S. system of health-care delivery, which was based on the 1946 Hill-Burton Law’s mandated regional networks of hospitals per capita, is falling apart, because of the economic crisis, and “managed care”/HMO swindles. Anybody who truly wants to “cut health-care costs” should shut down the HMOs, with their enormous, for-profit, useless administrative costs.
by Nancy Spannaus
After participating in the prosecution at Nuremberg of 16 Nazi officials for their role in the mass extermination of those considered “useless eaters,” Dr. Leo Alexander identified the “philosophic principle” which led to those atrocities: “rational utility.” This led to the designation of large portions of the population for euthanasia, because their care was too expensive or they were otherwise “undesirable.” Such utilitarianism has been encroaching for decades in the United States, and is now writ large in the health-care policies of the Obama Administration.
by Tony Papert
Thumbnail profiles of the Obama team and its advisors: Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Joel Kupersmith, Nancy-Ann DeParle, Peter Orszag, Richard Thaler, and Margaret Battin.