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`Save the American Republic
From the British Empire!'

Oct. 5, 2007 (EIRNS)—This release was issued today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee.

On Oct. 10, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time, American statesman, economist, and Democratic Party leader Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. will hold an international webcast, where he will elaborate on the only plan to save the American Republic from destruction by its historic mortal enemy, the British Empire. The webcast will be broadcast live, at

"We are now at a particularly crucial moment," LaRouche said on Sept. 27, "because the British are going for end-game, the final destruction of the United States. They are banking on the help of traitors within, led by people like Dick Cheney." Key to the British plan, LaRouche said, is to push the United States to stay on a confrontational, permanent-war track in Southwest Asia and globally.

Equally crucial to the British gameplan, is to let the United States destroy itself by failing to take sovereign action to prevent the devastating financial-economic breakdown in process under the name of the "mortgage crisis."

LaRouche has provided solutions to both British strategies. Domestically, he is leading a national effort for passage of an emergency law called the Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007, which has now been introduced in four state legislatures, with bipartisan support, and is generating enormous pressure into Congress for immediate action to prevent foreclosures, and save the U.S. chartered banks. Internationally, LaRouche is escalating his decade-long campaign for a New Bretton Woods and Eurasian Land-Bridge, and has recently launched a new initiative in support of Israeli President Shimon Peres's call for one-on-one talks with Syria.

Unless Americans return to their identity as republicans fighting the British Empire—as did President Franklin D. Roosevelt—the United States is well on its way to being destroyed. LaRouche is leading the war to save and restore our republic. Tune in, or attend this webcast, to join the army.

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