by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Since his January 2009 inauguration as U.S. President, “It has now been shown by President Barack Obama’s behavior, that the effect of his variously enacted and actually established policies, is, as a matter of fact, more and more, that of an agent of a British empire working to destroy our United States, as his behavior in the matter of the scandalous case of British Petroleum illustrates the point.
“That is to say, that the effect of his practice upon the lives and welfare of our people, has been: that a pattern has been shown, chiefly, by economic policies whose expressed intent has been like a housewife’s dosing an unwanted husband’s still-living body with a slow accumulation of arsenic. In this case, Obama’s, the action is treasonous in a matter of a willfully induced effect.”
by Laurence Hecht
The failure of the Obama Administration to take action against BP is simply further evidence that this President is a bought-and-paid-for asset of the British imperial interests intent on wrecking our nation, who must go now. As Lyndon LaRouche put it: “It is just one more indication of why he must be immediately removed from office. If you want to save the nation, get him out of there. People who are not moving to get him out of office are not real.”
by Les Swift
Shoot the Queen Down BP’s Hole.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
In Europe, as the financial crisis spreads and the bankers demand ever-greater austerity measures, a mass-strike process is breaking out, similar to that in the United States.
by Rachel Douglas
by Harley Schlanger
The mass-strike process, which Lyndon LaRouche first identified in the Summer of 2009, when angry Americans turned Congressional town hall meetings into demonstrations against Obama’s Nazi healthcare policy, is evolving, and maturing into a “monster,” which is terrifying the once-complacent so-called political class.
by Marsha Freeman
The first man to walk on the Moon, Apollo 11’s Neil Armstrong; and the last man to do so, Apollo 17’s Gene Cernan, addressed the House Committee on Science and Technology.
From the written testimony of Eugene Cernan, Apollo 17 Commander.