by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
It was ironically on America’s Independence Day this year, that spokesmen for the British elites “had shocked the politically sentient circles of the planet,” by coming out openly for Glass-Steagall—a policy known internationally as LaRouche’s proposal without which no economic recovery—either here, or in Europe—could begin. “Those voices had announced that some crucial elements of that famous empire’s leading press had suddenly called for wiping out the nominally richest British banks in the world, in order to rescue both Britain and the United States from a terrible catastrophe,” LaRouche writes. ” My tendency would be to move quickly to exploratory discussions with relevant parties.”
by Claudio Celani
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
If Chancellor Merkel’s capitulation to the Euro-bankers at the EU Summit stands, it will mean a new Versailles Treaty, in which Germany is forced to pay for the debts of foreign banks and speculators. The result could be 1923-style hyperinflation.
by Rainer Apel
After the ratification of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and the EU Fiscal Pact by Europe’s parliaments, the opposition is taking its case to the constitutional courts.
by Cynthia R. Rush
Viktor Ivanov, head of Russia’s Drug Control Service, just completed a visit to Ibero-America, where he met with anti-drug officials, and affirmed that the only effective way to wipe out the global narcotics trade is through a Glass-Steagall-type separation between commercial and investment banks.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The United States is heading into a quarter-century corn crop disaster.
by William Wertz and Jeffrey Steinberg
The Justice Department has unsealed the indictment of U.S. Border Control agent Brian Terry’s murderers in the Sinoloa drug cartel gunwalking scandal, now closing in on President Obama.
by Nancy Spannaus
UN-Arab League Envoy Kofi Annan is engaged in a diplomatic scramble to try to avoid an aggressive war being launched against Syria, as the U.S.-British faction pushes for regime change, and the Russians continue their hard line against the Empire war drive.
by Hussein Askary
The election of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi as President of Egypt poses the question: How did the revolutionary fervor of early 2011, turn into the threat of chaos from the rise of British-created Pan-Islamism?
by Gabrielle Peut, Aaron Isherwood, and Allen Douglas
Australia has become a key chess piece in the preparations for a British-directed, Obama-led, nuclear world war against Russia and China. This report is reprinted from The New Citizen, newspaper of the LaRouche political movement in Australia.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Reviewing once again the notable examples of scientific/musical genius of such as Bach, Furtwängler, Nikisch, as well as Planck and Einstein, among others, Lyndon LaRouche notes that it is our grasp of metaphor, versus the illusion of sense-certainty, which accounts for the greatest discoveries in both physical science and creative art.