by Jeffrey Steinberg
Eyewitness accounts by a White House insider present a frightening picture of a President undergoing a psychological meltdown. The source noted that Obama was “completely unprepared for the job,” and that he “is suffering from severe depression.” Lyndon LaRouche called it on April 11, 2009: “He is exactly the mental type, described in detail, the narcissist syndrome, and there is no question about it.... I was right then, and I’m more right than ever today. So, this man has to go.” The U.S. Constitution provides the measures that must be taken.
by John Hoefle
The recent headlines reporting on the suspension of home foreclosures across the United States, reveal only the tip of the iceberg that is now in meltdown: The horror show playing out before our eyes in the foreclosure markets, is the continuing collapse of perhaps the greatest financial swindle in the history of mankind: the derivatives bubble.
by Harley Schlanger
by Hussein Askary
The Desertec project to promote acres of solar collectors in the North African desert, now being heavily promoted in Europe and some Arab countries, is an economic as well as scientific fraud.
Our second report on the Sept. 25 conference, on “Rebuilding the World Economy—NAWAPA, the Bering Strait, and the Eurasian Land-Bridge.”
by Dr. Hal Cooper
by Dr. Sergei Cherkasov
by Ramtanu Maitra
Pakistan is becoming increasingly unstable, with large parts virtually ungovernable, a process, which, if not stopped, will engulf the entire region. The principal cause is Islamabad’s unwillingness to get out of the colonial mindset, learned from the rulers of the British Raj, and move quickly to integrate the nation.
by Gretchen Small
HRH Prince Philip’s Brazilian protégé, Marina Silva of the radical-ecologist Green Party, is the spoiler in the upcoming Presidential election run-off.
by Rainer Apel