by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In the absence of any qualified Presidential candidate in the United States today, LaRouche decided that the responsibility had fallen to him, to give the annual State of the Union address. His webcast speech was in four parts: 1) the present world crisis, including both the ongoing financial meltdown and the potential for thermonuclear war; 2) the Constitutional implications of the reforms that must be made; 3) the specific, physical-economic reforms required; and 4) “the subject of our new galactic destiny”: “We’re going to go to Mars!”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Despite months of British and Israeli war propaganda about Iran’s imminent nuclear weapon breakout, it is no longer credible to claim that Iran is months away from producing a nuclear bomb. So now, London and its Israeli satrapy have shifted their focus to provoking a military incident in the Strait of Hormuz, between the U.S. Navy and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps.
by Hussein Askary
From its inception in 1996 as the offspring of BBC Arabic Television, Al-Jazeera was one tool among many in the British intelligence and cultural warfare arsenal.
by Nancy Spannaus
by Cynthia R. Rush
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Eurozone policymakers are clueless about what to do, she writes. “It would be better, when talking about solutions to the crisis, to listen to the person who correctly forecast that crisis.”
by Harley Schlanger
An interview with Austrian Finance Minister Dr. Maria Fekter.
by Nancy Spannaus
Given the utter incompetence and worse, of all the apparent candidates for President, Lyndon LaRouche told the slate of six LaRouche Congressional candidates that they must fill the political vacuum, by exercising leadership effectively as a Presidential team.
by Michele Steinberg
The greatest danger comes from Las Vegas gambling czar Sheldon Adelson, the eighth-richest man in America, who has pledged to back Republican Presidential pre-candidate Newt Gingrich to the tune of $20 million between December 2011 and the Republican convention.
Dr. Fekter is the Austrian Finance Minister.