by Nancy Spannaus
The Eurasian Land-Bridge concept has been the overarching conception of global development put forward by Lyndon and Helga LaRouche since the early 1990s. But now, with the recent work of the LaRouche Basement Team, this concept has been elaborated to a new level of completeness and richness, in video form. Starting with the animated, 3-D interactive videos of the NAWAPA project, which LaRouche PAC produced in early September, the new videos make that vision accessible to the imaginations of the general public.
by John Hoefle
Virtually everything that has been done in recent years in the mortgage markets, from the issuance of the original mortgages to the attempts to railroad through fraudulent foreclosures, has been designed to help create, and then protect, multi-trillions of dollars of fictitious values for the imperial speculators.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Leading U.S. politicians are warning privately that they fear that the outcome of the Nov. 2 elections will throw both political parties into chaos. With the White House already in a state of meltdown, a collapse of the Congressional function would be disastrous, they say. LaRouche responded: “The reality is that the entire global financial system is in a state of breakdown crisis, now.” LaRouche added that Tuesday’s election results will be “the final blow for the process up until this moment.”
by Harley Schlanger
An interview with Summer Shields.
A letter from physicist Harold Lewis to the president of the APS.
by Edward Spannaus
Informed intelligence sources tell EIR that President Obama’s gross failures in foreign policy are becoming an integral part of the debate over invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him from office.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
“History is not a soap-opera,” writes Helga Zepp-LaRouche. In reality, singular events, like 9/11, or the fall of the Berlin Wall, can shift the course of history in unexpected ways. Today, the German political leadership is making the same foolish and dangerous error that Hindenburg and von Schleicher made in the early 1930s, underestimating the chances for Hitler to seize power.
by Bertrand Buisson
A statement by the spokesman for Jacques Cheminade’s 2012 Presidential campaign.
by Doug Mitchell
LaRouche Democratic Congressional candiate Summer Shields is challenging the hated Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in California’s 8th C.D., by campaigning for great projects to create mankind’s future, from the San Francisco Bay, to Lake Chad in Africa.
by Veit Ringel
Physicist Veit Ringel demolishes the greenies’ anti-nuclear arguments, and rings an alarm bell about the destruction of Germany’s leadership role in high-technology development.