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Worse than `Weimar'!
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
I was born on September 8, 1922, at the beginning of the process of the infamous, 1923 hyper-inflationary collapse of the economy of the Weimar, Germany republic. Now, the threat to the trans-Atlantic economy as of this date is a far worse, and virtually immediate threat for as long as current U.S. President Barack Obama remains in the Presidency. That is not even a good guess, but one about to come crashing down upon the trans-Atlantic economies as a whole soon, unless the necessary corrective actions are taken very soon. As long as the current U.S. President, Barack Obama, remains in office, that already onrushing calamity is virtually unstoppable. In the fewest words possible, either Obama and Wall Street are both put through an urgently needed moral as well as financial reform, or the deadly catastrophe is virtually certain for virtually the entirety of the trans-Atlantic region sometime very soon. At the present date, both this President and much of the Congress have each remained increasingly hysterically impotent, through their own cowardice in refusing to face a future for which immediate remedies do exist, rather than face their own presently systemic errors. The insanity is, essentially, ``all about money.'' Dump ``Wall Street'' and its lunatic swindles, and relatively immediate solutions are available, as could have been the case in the immediate Versailles-crafted crisis which had led into the Adolf Hitler, Germany regime. Who brought Adolf Hitler into power in Germany? Who was to be blamed for the infamous 1929 Wall Street and London crisis? ...
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  • Worse than 'Weimar'!
    by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

    The threat to the trans-Atlantic economy today, is immediate, and far worse than what struck Germany in 1923, 'as long as current U.S. President Barack Obama remains in the Presidency.' The entire transAtlantic economy will come crashing down, unless the necessary corrective actions are taken very soon. Yet, the befuddled American citizens 'became too eager to gamble their way into hoped-for riches while gambling in financial speculations, and not enough really caring to do good for mankind, especially since the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and his brother, Robert. . . .'
    • Matthew Ogden:
      The Collapse of the Physical Economy

      Documentation, using new graphic depictions of the collapse of the physical economy and the growth of Weimar-style hyperinflation in the United States, since the repeal of Glass-Steagall in 1999, and the election of Barack Obama in 2008; presented as part of the Nov. 15 LaRouchePAC weekly webcast.




  • Lincoln, JFK, Gettysburg, & the War Against Wall Street
    A commemoration on the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's Nov. 19, 1863 Gettysburg Address. 'In fighting to restore the Union at Gettysburg, Lincoln was both emancipating AfricanAmericans from chattel slavery and, at least temporarily, helping to liberate all Americans from financial enslavement to Wall Street and its oligarchical allies,' writes Steve Douglas. Recognition of America's debt to those who died there, by Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, is included.


  • Putin in Seoul:
    Huge Step Toward Peace and Development

    A set of strategic agreements signed by Russian President Putin and South Korean President Park, includes plans for rail and pipeline construction through North Korea, and for several South Korean corporations to invest in a Russian-North Korean consortium which is building a rail and port facility in North Korea.

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