by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“There’s no way that Obama can remain in office and be President,” Lyndon LaRouche said during his weekly webcast on Nov. 22. Given that “we are on the verge of the complete breakdown of the economy,” LaRouche said that Obama has no capability of making decisions necessary to assist the United States in dealing with its problems. “Now, the danger is, that the crisis comes before he’s out of office. If the crisis hits, and the crisis is about to hit—I mean, the whole end of the month of November, but certainly the early part of December, is a time when this is to be expected. If he were to leave office only after the crisis point had been hit, this would result in a disaster. So therefore, it’s important that he be removed from office, or remove himself from office, perhaps by the aid of his Vice President, who probably is standing by, and is perhaps capable of dealing with this problem. I would suggest that that is the proper solution to this situation.” We publish the full transcript.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
A view of the back-channel negotiations that made possible this important interim step toward avoiding war in the Persian Gulf.
by Rachel Douglas
The deal with the EU would eliminate protections for what remains of Ukrainian industry, already savaged by the privatization process of the 1990s and the terms of admission to the WTO in 2008.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Mother Agnès-Mariam of the Cross, Mother Superior at the Monastery and Convent of St. James the Mutilated in Qara, Syria, gave this interview to LaRouche PAC in Los Angeles. She is the founder of the International support Team Mussalaha (Reconciliation) in Syria, and is currently touring the U.S. and Britain.
by Nancy Spannaus
The President ordered Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to carry out a flagrant assault on the U.S. Constitution on Nov. 21, ramming through a simple-majority change of the Senate rules to end the procedure for extended debate, known as “filibuster,” for Presidential nominations requiring Senate approval, with the exception of Supreme Court Justices.
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
A review of Impeachable Offenses: The Case for Removing Barack Obama from Office, by Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott.
The economic policies of the past 50 years are increasing the death rate in multiple ways: Poverty, suicide, declines in public health and birth rates, and an increased incidence of new and old infectious diseases, according to a Senate hearing Nov. 20.
Cathy Helgason, MD, a stroke neurologist based in Chicago, is an expert on the takeover of American medical care by the “evidence-based” ideology. She was interviewed on The LaRouche Show on Nov. 16.
by Benjamin Deniston
Speech to the Schiller Institute’s conference, “A New Paradigm To Save Mankind,” on Nov. 2 in Los Angeles. Deniston juxtaposes two 50-year processes: the one since the death of President Kennedy that has marked America’s decline into a post-industrial society; and, in opposition to that, a vision for 50 years into the future, building a fusion-power-based world economy.