by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In the opinion of certain relevant, higher placed circles in the trans-Atlantic region, the execution of the former Libyan principal Muammar al-Qaddafi and his companions, in their attempted flight from Libya, signals a potential for an early outbreak of more general warfare within Europe, the Mediterranean region, and beyond. The object is to prevent that general warfare from occurring.
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Nancy Spannaus
The larger significance of President Obama’s extrajudicial assassination of Qaddafi, at the close of the illegal NATO regime change operation, has now become crystal clear: Under British puppet Obama, the United States is leading the world to a World War III that will cause greater devastation and loss of life than the two world wars of the previous century.
by Edward Spannaus
President Obama’s policies of waging war and assassinations outside of any legal or constitutional framework, have come under sharp attack recently, notably, from two experts on constitutional law and human rights.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The so-called “breakthrough” by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Oct. 25 European Union summit, will throw the economy of the Eurozone into an unprecedented depression, writes Helga Zepp-LaRouche, and place the Eurozone members under an imperial dictatorship. The only way out is a Glass-Steagall-style banking reorganization.
by Dean Andromidas
The EU has created its first “Protektorat” modeled on the infamous Nazi Protektorat of Bohemia and Moravia erected by Hitler’s Germany in Czechoslovakia in 1938. In return for a EU130 billion “bailout”—loans which will go directly to the banks—Greece will lose its last remnants of sovereignty.
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
Operation Fast and Furious, under which over 2,000 assault weapons ended up in the hands of the Sinaloa drug cartel, has resulted in the murder of at least two U.S. law enforcement officials and countless Mexicans. There is strong evidence that the Obama Administration is carrying out a coverup of its complicity.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The human species has been distinguished by “an expression of physical science to be known as the principle of credit,” writes LaRouche. “That notion is the most crucial, and also most hopeful option, but, therefore, also, for some persons, the most rejected of those conceptions on which the continued existence of the human species now depends for guidance.”
by Marsha Freeman
South Africa hosted the prestigious annual Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, in Cape Town Oct. 3-7, reflecting the nation’s emergence as a significant player in space science and technology. Our correspondent reports from the Congress.
by Bonnie James
A review of an exhibition of Rembrandt’s revolutionary portrayal of Jesus, based on Jewish models from his Amsterdam neighborhood, reflecting the ecumenical breakthrough of the Treaty of Westphalia.