by Benjamin Deniston
The updated North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA XXI) provides the central pillar for saving the economies of the North American continent and beyond, securing water, food, and agricultural supplies for the three nations directly involved, but also securing a grip on the future itself. This program will have large-scale implications for key nations in Asia, and potential ramifications for the entire world. The first part of a package to be published by the LaRouche PAC Basement Research Team, under the title, “Increasing the Productivity of the North American Water Cycle: The Nuclear-Thermonuclear NAWAPA XXI.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Chief of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey has warned that even a limited U.S. strike, a single U.S. cruise missile fired into Syria, would be an “act of war,” and there would be no pulling back from broader conflict.
by Hussein Askary
Foreign intervention in the region by the former and current U.S. administrations and the permanent Anglo-Saudi alliance’s manipulation of religious, ethnic, and terror groups has brought the region to what many observers fear is a point of no return.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
From a discussion at the conclusion of Zepp-LaRouche’s July 27 webcast, “Glass-Steagall: How To Stop the Global Financial Meltdown Over a Weekend; Who Is Out To Topple the Kirchner Government in Argentina, and Why?”
by Nancy Spannaus
Wall Street, the outpost for Anglo-Dutch finance in the United States, is in a panic mode, mobilizing all the assets at its disposal to try to kill the Glass-Steagall bill in both Houses of Congress.
by Paul Gallagher
by Edward Spannaus
Brought by the Broward Bulldog news website and its founder Dan Christenson, the FOIA suit seeks the disclosure of FBI documents “concerning persons who may have provided aid and assistance to the terrorists in the days and years leading to the [9/11] attack.” No wonder the Administration has been stalling!
by Carl Osgood
Meeting in Washington, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Chinese Minister of National Defense Gen. Chang Wanquan both described their discussions as fruitful, and as moving the U.S.-Chinese military relationship forward. The matter of “trust” was at the center of both of their remarks to the U.S. and Chinese press.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
For mankind and beasts alike, sense-perception is merely a consequence of a simply continued process still resonating as if still in action. But only a relatively very few adult persons have shown “the ability to foresee, wittingly, actually qualitative changes in the course of specifically future, qualitative changes in the environment.”