Lyndon LaRouche has outlined a seven-point program as the only possible solution for the present threat of a global breakdown crisis. In our last issue, we presented the overview; in this and subsequent issues, we will provide in-depth attention to each of the necessary steps, beginning with the one which most people find the most “impractical”: the removal of Barack Obama from the U.S. Presidency. “Obama must be removed first,” LaRouche declared, “so that he’s not able to jam up the passage of a Glass-Steagall reenactment.”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel provides a perfect example of Orwellian “Doublespeak,” by giving lip service to the Bundestag’s right to set the budget, at the same time that she demands that it “conform to the needs of the ‘market.’”
by Rainer Apel
Finance Minister Schäuble and others are knuckling under to the “markets” to such an extent that they no longer even pretend to abide by democratic principles.
by Cynthia R. Rush
Nineteen months after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti, killing 300,000 people, the island nation and its still-traumatized people have been left to rot in a New Dark Age existence.
by Douglas DeGroot
by Marcia Merry Baker and Carl Osgood
Disaster relief for the millions of Americans suffering the aftereffects of drought, flooding, tornadoes, and other extreme weather, is being withheld by the criminal inaction of the Obama Administration, as the President continues to serve the interests of London and Wall Street.
by Paul Gallagher
Seventeen top banks are charged with $200 billion worth of securities fraud; the Obama White House is standing in the way of a Glass-Steagall revival; and the economy is continuing to collapse into depression.
by Harley Schlanger
Our correspondent brings reality to a gathering of bankers and economic professionals in denial.
by Marsha Freeman