by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The subject of this new feature article by Lyndon LaRouche, “bears on the presently grave likelihood that the British monarchy, and its notable mere puppet, U.S. President Barack Obama, will bring a general thermonuclear bombardment upon this planet; there is even the clear possibility, even if merely a possibility, that the human species might outlive such a holocaust.” Following that, LaRouche attacks “the underlying, broader and deeper implications of the question which I have just posed,” adding, “The issues posed within this report are premised on certain original discoveries of principles which I have also made earlier, respecting the implications of the concept of ‘human mind.’”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
In view of the danger of a military strike against Iran and Syria, Helga Zepp-LaRouche issued a call on Nov. 19 to all governments, that they publicly declare that their country will not, under any circumstances, take part in a war against Syria or Iran.
by Mike Billington
An interview with Hans Blix, the former Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
by Matthew Ogden
With the failure of the U.S. Congress to act in defense of the nation, leading military figures and others are speaking out against the danger that Obama and his British controllers will drag the United States into a new war.
by Carl Osgood
by Benjamin Deniston
The Russian Ambassador NATO Dmitri Rogozin has proposed that Russia and the United States collaborate in the creation of a new global defense system, the SDE, a revival of LaRouche’s SDI proposal of the late 1970s.
by Marsha Freeman
China’s latest breakthrough in spacefaring technology is proof positive that the future direction of civilization is now located in the Asia-Pacific region, and not in the Trans-Atlantic West.
by Ann Lawler
A speech by the chairwoman of the Citizens Electoral Council of Australia, at the organization’s annual conference in Melbourne in July.