by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Former Fed chairman and current economic guru to President Obama, Paul Volcker is committed to bailing out $2 trillion of worthless debt, “thus looting and thus bankrupting virtually the entirety of our nation, all done at the collective expense of, especially, the great mass of the ordinary citizens of the United States....” LaRouche takes off from there to discuss the concept of actual Constitutional law, with its grounding in the scientific principles defined by Wilhelm Furtwängler in Classical music, and in Riemannian physics.
by Nancy Spannaus
The smell of Watergate surrounds the Obama White House. As in the case of Nixon, it is not Obama’s Constitutional crimes around which a consensus is developing to remove him from office—long before the November election—but the series of missteps and coverups, and general incompetence in which he has been caught.
by Carl Osgood
The Obama Administration, using the CIA and the Joint Special Operations Command, is carrying out targeted killings in countries with which it is not officially at war, using drone aircraft, without any accountability or oversight, or any explanation of the legal basis for the attacks.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Syrian President Assad delivered a chilling warning to his Cabinet, that the country is at war, as foreign-armed and -financed rebels, carried out attacks in Damascus, and Turkey threatened retaliation for the shoot-down of a Turkish surveillance jet over Syrian territorial waters.
by Ramtanu Maitra
On June 19, an already stumbling Pakistan was thrown into another crisis when the Supreme Court, evidently in alliance with the once-all-powerful military, ordered the dismissal of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani.
by Dean Andromidas
While the pro-bailout parties in the June 17 Greek elections narrowly defeated the anti-memorandum Syriza, their “victory” will not save the euro.
by Marsha Freeman
The successful launch of China’s manned Shenzhou-9 spacecraft, and its docking with the orbiting Tiangong-1 space module, has accomplished the next step in China’s long-range plan to have astronauts live and work in space.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche gave this speech to the annual conference of the Solidarity Civil Rights Movement party in Frankfurt am Main, Germany on June 16. While giving a strategic overview of the global situation, she also presented highlights of the EIR special report, “There Is Life After the Euro! Program for an Economic Miracle in Southern Europe, the Mediterranean Region, and Africa,” now being translated into many languages.