by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s April 4 webcast surveys the political terrain in the United States, as the British Empire faction here and abroad gears up for a showdown against Russia and China. “If we do not throw Obama out of office,” he warns, “we are already on the road to a thermonuclear war on a global scale. You see recently this has gone beyond this faking of an operation against Russia, and has now gone to an open attack on China, and there will be others. There are also major attacks of this type being planned for the Eurasian region. We’re on the verge actually of a thermonuclear war. There are people inside our government, inside institutions of government, who are blocking the ability of Barack Obama to launch a thermonuclear war. But he’s doing everything possible, step by step, to taunt Russia, and now China, into a circumstance for thermonuclear war.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The only way that the London-centered imperial system can avert an inevitable default is by provoking a war, which, according to their delusional calculations, will allow the winners to write off the mass of unpayable debt in a post-war shake out.
by Carl Osgood
by Michael Billington
Obama’s trip represents an extreme danger of escalating the British Empire’s encirclement of Russia and China with military forces and strategic destabilizations.
by Elke Fimmen
In an election campaign speech in Berlin, Helga Zepp-LaRouche said that significant circles in Germany are not lining up, as they usually do, with the policy of NATO, the U.S. Administration, and the British government.
by Alexander Hartmann
With the shift to the British Empire’s bail-in policy, a process of uncontrolled implosion of financial aggregates has been unleashed—like the free-fall of an elevator from the 70th floor of a building.
The release of the latest “global warming” reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the Obama Administration are based on the assumption that we must reduce the number of people by cutting consumption of food.
by Nancy Spannaus
Despite growing hatred of Obama on Capitol Hill, few are willing to speak out. But such cowardice can be overcome in a flash, if Congress can be shocked into facing reality. That’s the intent of LaRouche PAC’s new ad in the Washington Times.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Harley Schlanger
The growing support for LaRouche Democrat Kesha Rogers, a candidate for the U.S. Senate in a May 27 primary runoff election in Texas, is making the morally corrupt political establishment hysterical—on both sides of the aisle.
by Kesha Rogers
A statement by the Texas Democratic Senate primary campaign of Kesha Rogers.