by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Presently, the leading hope for mankind is centered, chiefly, on the possible roles of the United States, Russia, and China, and with India soon after. Therefore, these four are the leading partners on which the world’s peoples must rely for the immediate years ahead, to establish the cooperation among sovereign nation-states that will bring humanity into a system of emerging worldwide initiatives, which express the unique role of mankind in the Solar System and beyond.
by Percy Bysshe Shelley
by Nancy Spannaus and Edward Spannaus
President Barack Obama has created a secret committee that decides which Americans should be placed on a “kill or capture list.” While moves toward a police-state dictatorship were well underway during the Bush-Cheney Administration, they have been accelerated under Obama, as part of a long-standing British plan to carry out a Hitler-style coup in the United States.
by Nancy Spannaus
The “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrations have rapidly expanded to cities across the United States, as the third wave of the mass-strike process, begun two years ago, joins the protests around the world. Although somewhat inchoate when it comes to specifics, one particular demand is emerging, as the LaRouche movement steps forward to provide leadership: Bring back Glass-Steagall!
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
by John Hoefle
The failure to heed Lyndon LaRouche’s warning of July 25, 2007, has led to trillions of dollars—and euros—of bailouts and lies about the “recovery,” none of which has caused the trans-Atlantic system to veer off its course toward the fires of Hell. Now the world’s largest banks are melting down.
by Paul Gallagher
No act of Wall Street economic sabotage has had more dire effects since the 2007-08 crash, than the blocking of economist and statesman Lyndon LaRouche’s “Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007.” Yet, despite broad support across the land, Wall Street’s lackeys in Congress, especially Barney Frank, prevented its enactment.
by Marsha Freeman
For the first time in 62 years, the annual Congress of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) was held on the continent of Africa.
A LaRouche PAC video focuses on how, in a post-Obama world, NAWAPA will become a new standard for international cooperation. It examines four specific projects, each representing a different region of the world. The case-studies begin with Africa, followed by Central Asia, Central and South America, and conclude with the development of the Arctic region.