by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“Your world, and mine,” LaRouche writes, “has now entered a qualitatively new stage of history, which should be regarded as the end-stage of an entire period of history, an end-stage which is presently closing in upon us with a deadly grip; but, hopefully, it is also the forewarning of the opportunities for a new, better age very soon to begin.
“This is a time, not for reporting events, even merely important events; it is time to launch an entirely new quality in world history....
“I confront you, with the challenge of your obligation to share my own, still ever-deepening insight into the subject-matter of the ontological implications of the physical notion of what is to be recognized presently, here. I present that as my notion of the principle of the universality of the truly physical principle of metaphor.”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Instead of meekly watching as the eastward expansion of NATO and the EU provokes a war with Russia and China, Germany should launch long-term economic cooperation with the Asian countries, along with a referendum on the recovery of sovereignty by means of a new D-mark.
by Rachel Douglas
Our own translation of substantial excerpts from Russian Prime Minister Putin’s annual year-end webcast, which generated plenty of spin in the press, but, as usual, omitted the substance, in favor of the British-led vilification campaign against the Prime Minister.
by Michael O. Billington
Among those Asian leaders dancing to the British-Obama tune, is Philippines President Aquino, who is preparing the nation’s meager armed forces for a conflict with China over contested islands in the South China Sea.
by Carl Osgood
The U.S. Congress has voted to give President Obama a Nazi-style Enabling Act, providing him with the legal cover to rip up the Constitution, and enforce a dictatorship over the United States.
As Congress closed up shop for the holiday recess, it delivered a devastating Christmas message to the world: London has been given the green light from Capitol Hill to launch thermonuclear Armageddon.
by John H. Johns
An op-ed by Gen. (ret.) John H. Johns.
by John Hoefle
A recently released study by the Levy Institute places the total of the bailout of financial institutions by the U.S. government and the Federal Reserve at $29 trillion.
by Ramtanu Maitra
As the country’s industrial output plunged by more than 5%, and the rupee hit a new low, in the midst of out-of-control inflation, the monetarist policies of the Manmohan Singh government have taken India to the precipice.