LaRouche Backs Mexico
Against Bankers' Fascism
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Nov. 27, 2003 (EIRNS)This message, titled "Sovereignty Yes, No to the IMF's Structural Reforms," was sent today from U.S. Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche, to today's demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico.
The crisis that you in Mexico are facing today, is a result of the destructive disintegration of the IMF-led international financial system. As the second leading Democratic pre-candidate for the Presidency of the United States, I have repeatedly warned about the danger of this systemic financial crisis, and how to solve it, as I also alerted the world that the pro-Synarchist bankers today controlling the Bush Administration, would launch wars of aggression around the world to impose their fascist globalist order.
My stated positions on these matters, especially since January 1, 2001, are a matter of public record. No other candidate for U.S. President is qualified to solve this crisis. If I do not win, then the U.S. and the world will plunge headlong into destruction.
Look at what the policies of these usurious private banking interests have meant for Mexico and the Americas. The debt of the nations of South and Central America is all illegitimate. These countries have already more than paid off their debts. These are artificial debts, imposed by syndicates of private bankers who have used institutions such as the World Bank and the IMF to impose these debts on these countries.
Either we turn the United States around, or Mexico won't exist, the Americas won't exist, and Europe won't exist. This is the choice: either the crisis is solved our way, or there will be no future. The world has used up all the options for limited reforms that, in the past, might have worked. They were not taken, and now we face the current crisis.
It is therefore of importance to publicly state opposition to these IMF policies, as you are doing today. Then we have a chance to win. So I support your efforts to defend your nation from destruction at the hands of the IMF, and look forward to coordinating efforts to solve the broader crisis I have identified.