by Nancy Spannaus
The 50th anniversary, on Nov. 22, of President Kennedy’s assassination, which irrevocably changed our nation and the world—for very much the worse—presents us with an opportunity to reflect, and to recommit to those principles for which he was martyred. Here, we pose the question as to why so many of America’s finest leaders, Presidents and others, such as Martin Luther King, Jr., have been assassinated; which in turn, begs the second question: By whom?
by Anton Chaitkin
Historian Anton Chaitkin presents a dossier of the assassinations of American Presidents Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy, by the British imperial oligarchy. An adaptation from a New Federalist pamphlet of December 1994.
The sixth in the series of Schiller Institute conferences for a New Paradigm for Civilization, took place in the Los Angeles area on Nov. 2. Leaders of the LaRouche movement and international guests from Asia presented a compelling picture of the future mankind will achieve, by developing the Pacific Basin, and ending the grip of the Anglo-Dutch empire.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Daisuke Kotegawa
by Ding Yifan
by Butch Valdes
After three days of intense negotiations in Geneva, the foreign ministers of the P5+1 and Iran announced that they would resume talks on Nov. 20, and that technical negotiations would continue in the interim. Despite these war-avoidance measures, the danger of general war, even nuclear war, continues—as long as Obama remains in office.
by William Jones
China’s open-sea naval maneuvers in late October were a response to the U.S. “pivot” and its Air-Sea Battle Doctrine; the message from China is that while it pursues a policy of peaceful development, it is prepared for war, should it come.
by Lawrence K. Freeman
The “Poet of Ghana,” an outspoken critic of IMF-World Bank-UN policies toward Africa, and a collaborator of the LaRouche movement internationally, was killed in the Nairobi, Kenya terrorist attack Sept. 21.
by Dennis Small
Obamacare is a flagrant bailout of the giant insurance companies, to be accomplished through murderous cuts in health-care delivery to Americans.
The oligarchical principle of intentional genocide is manifest in these citations from leading spokesmen for the British Empire, spanning over 200 years.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The fight for Glass-Steagall in the United States and Western Europe.
by David Shavin
Mozart was dying as he wrote his magnificent Requiem mass. Author David Shavin makes the case that the composer was murdered—for the same reason that President Kennedy was killed: The oligarchy was determined to crush the principles of the American Revolution.