by Nancy Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg
The assassination of Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, the director of Iran’s Natanz nuclear enrichment facility—the fourth such killing of Iranian nuclear scientists in two years—signals, in unmistakable terms, the determination on the part of London to go for thermonuclear war, aimed at destroying the U.S., Russia, and China.
by William Jones
Obama’s new military doctrine, shifting the focus to Asia, is threatening to create a different type of turbulence between the U.S. and China, which could quickly develop into a full-blown military conflict.
by Rachel Douglas
British imperial interests are intent on—if not actually destroying Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s bid for reelection as Russia’s President in the March 4 elections—casting Russia into ongoing, destructive political turmoil.
by Hussein Askary
The U.S. government under President Obama has entered an alliance, planned and mediated by Great Britain and its intelligence agencies, with the remnants of al-Qaeda and sundry other Islamist terrorist groups, to overthrow the governments of North Africa and Southwest Asia.
by Paul Gallagher
Boeing’s announcement Jan. 4 that it was shutting down 2,000-plus aircraft jobs in Wichita due to “coming defense cuts,” and the flood of 650,000 Americans applying for unemployment benefits in the first post-holiday week, were the signals that worse is to come for an American labor force already devastated by four years of economic depression.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“[T]he only competent principle of economy, is that of what, for example, has been, until now, a rarely encountered notion of physical time, rather than that customary notion of a ‘clock time’ located within the bounds of a monetarist’s systemically mistaken notion of economy. Thus, since the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert, the latter then the Democratic Party’s prospective Presidential candidate for 1968, we have suffered a persisting, withering trend of worsening failures in attempts to define a sense of the direction of the case for a devolving U.S. physical economy.”