Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s reflections on the memoirs of the great World War II leader Charles de Gaulle, who, as a creative genius, was capable of changing over the course of his lifetime, to become a world statesman, as well as a patriot of the French nation. The story begins with the infamous Paris meeting of May 1960, among Presidents de Gaulle and Eisenhower, Prime Minister Macmillan, and the British “Leporello,” Soviet leader Khrushchov. It was Khrushchov’s sabotage of that meeting, to the great consternation of the French and American leaders, that set into motion the events that followed. The great tragedy that befell the nations of the trans-Altantic region, included the Cold War, the war in Indochina, and the subsequent destruction of the economies of those nations by British monetarist imperialism.
The global mass-strike process, which erupted in North Africa in early January, and brought down the Tunisian and Egyptian governments within weeks, has now surfaced throughout the entire Maghreb-Mideast region, the United States, and Western Europe, specifically Germany. As LaRouche noted on March 2, this process “is a signal of the countdown for the collapse of the world system, the world monetary-financial system, which is in progress right now.”
Jeffrey Steinberg and Scott Thompson
From the time took office as Prime Minister, in May 1997, Tony Blair, along with top officials of MI6, Lord Jacob Rothschild, Baroness Liz Symons, and leading members of the British Royal Family, have promoted Muammar Qaddafi, and fostered Libya’s growing political and economic ties with Britain, up to the present moment, as the Libyan dictator goes through his final “Hitler in the bunker” demise. Among the dramatis personae is a claque of British oligarchs, and their ally, Saudi Prince Bandar; at the center of the action, was the Pan Am 103 bombing, and the dirty deal struck with Qaddafi, to the benefit of Bandar and BAE.
Cody Jones and Michelle Fuchs
Cody Jones of the LaRouche Basement team and Michelle Fuchs of LPAC-TV, in a 42-minute dialogue on the relationship of a Glass-Steagallled economic recovery, and the scientific questions raised by the history of the development of the Earth, its Biosphere, and the Noösphere.
Dr. Wan is the Dean of the School of Nuclear Science and Technology at the University of Science and Technology in Hefei, Anhui Provence, People’s Republic of China, and an Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences at its Institute of Plasma Physics in Hefei. A pioneer in China’s thermonuclear fusion program, he was interviewed by EIR on Dec. 1, 2010.