by Jeffrey Steinberg
President Obama’s refusal to go after the opium trade in Afghanistan underlines the urgency of Lyndon LaRouche’s call for the President’s resignation or immediate impeachment.
Ivanov is chairman of Russia’s State Anti-Narcotics Committee and director of the Federal Service for the Control of Narcotics. Speaking in Brussels to the Russia-Russia Council, he called for an anti-drug coalition similar to the World War II anti-Hitler alliance.
In addition to Saudi Arabia-based Wahhabite funding channels, Russian experts are looking at the deeper British connection.
by Michele Steinberg
The background to Obama’s treason in Afghanistan: a chronology of the U.S. policy fight since 2008.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche addressed a special edition of a LaRouche PAC television program, hosted by LPAC Economics Editor John Hoefle and EIR Editor Nancy Spannaus. LaRouche explains what economists fail to comprehend: Mathematics is not economics; economics based on mathematics has always failed.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche attacks the attempt of the European Central Bank to stem the collapse of the euro system with hyperinflationary money printing. German Chancellor Merkel is foolishly casting herself as the stalwart defender of the euro, by sending Greece to the IMF.
by Anton Chaitkin and Nancy Spannaus
by Gretchen Small
The UN Donors Conference opens the possibility of breaking the British grip over U.S. and international policy toward Haiti, which is teetering at the edge of extinction. The British government’s representative was not allowed to speak.
by Hussein Askary
After three wars and 13 years of economic sanctions, Iraq has been sent back to the pre-1971 era of poverty, illiteracy, and religious fundamentalism.
by Claudio Celani