by Nancy Spannaus
“We’re right on the edge of thermonuclear war,” Lyndon LaRouche told Internet radio host Alex Jones. “As to whether that will happen or not, that’s another question. But the likelihood that it could happen, is great.” This reality is dawning on more and more U.S. policymakers, and some are finally speaking out.
by Dmitry Medvedev
by Carl Osgood
by Charles B. Stevens
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The spark plug for the acute war danger is the fact that the trans-Atlantic financial system—including the Euro-experiment—is disintegrating.
by Michele Steinberg
The fight that is raging publicly in Israel to stop the Netanyahu government from going to war against Iran has been almost totally blacked out of the U.S. press.
Interview with Dr. Seidu Oneilo Mohammed.
by Claudio Celani
The new rate cut in the U.S. Federal Reserve’s swap agreement with European central banks is a continuation of the failed bailout policy. It throws bad money after bad, debasing the U.S. currency and setting up the world for a hyperinflationary catastrophe.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s new report, “State of the World’s Land and Water Resources for Food and Agriculture,” blames “human pressure” (i.e., population growth), global warming, and fixed resources for the lack of security of the world food supply. What about the food cartels and speculators?
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Our sources say there is quiet talk among some worried Cabinet members, that President Obama may be mentally unfit to continue to serve. Meanwhile, there are Democratic Party insiders calling for a write-in campaign for Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary.
by Rachel Brown
Rachel Brown is the LaRouche Democrat who campaigned against Frank in the 2010 Democratic Primary in Massachusetts. Frank’s decision to retire from Congress, she writes, “is the only decision he has ever made which I agree with.”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
From her speech to the annual conference of the Schiller Institute in Germany on Nov. 27. Describing the current danger of World War III, she asks, “How can one find the strength in oneself to cope with such a terrifying reality, and to launch the mobilization that is absolutely necessary to prevent this danger?” Germany’s Poet of Freedom, Friedrich Schiller, provides inspiration.
Dr. Mohammed is head of the Nigerian Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) and an elected member of the International Academy of Astronautics. He spoke to EIR at the 2011 International Astronautical Congress held in Capetown, South Africa.