[author]by Michelle Fuchs and Sky Shields[/author]
Father of the Green Revolution
by Spencer Cross
from research by Bob Baker, Marcia Merry Baker and David Shavin
As presented in “Who We Fight: Episode II”, Henry Wallace was intent on continuing the legacy of Franklin Roosevelt for not only the development of the peoples of the globe, especially the Pacific, but for the end of the British Empire. The British Empire responded by attacking and slandering Wallace until he could no longer engage in politics. But that didn’t stop Wallace. He lived to make another, lesser known contribution to world civilization: Henry Wallace was the father of the Green Revolution.
by Oyang Teng
One of the revelations of last week's American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco, was the urgency with which China has moved to expand its capabilities in the field of earthquake forecasting, through a network of ground- and space-based sensors for the detection of precursor signals emanating from fault zones.
If the Russians understand where Gorbachev comes from, as a traitor to Russia, then they can understand what Obama is and why, if the planet is to avert both an imminent hyperinflationary collapse and a thermonuclear confrontation, Obama must be taken out of the US presidency so the emergency measures which must be taken, can be -- immediately.
by Alicia Cerretani
Were the United States to eject Obama, and to reciprocate Russia's offer for an S.D.E., we would not only avert the danger of thermonuclear war in the short term, but we could eliminate the reason for humanity to ever go to war. Peace, is not the negation of conflict; it’s an active commitment among all peoples to "the common aims of mankind".
Michelle Fuchs reports on two sides of a potential global perspective for Arctic Development. The first is an update on Russia's planned Arctic City, dubbed "Umka" and the second is the planned expansion of Ireland's River Shannon Estuary. Also: the US just decommissioned its only icebreakers.
In the first installment of the Basement Mail-Bag, host Ed Hamler and Basement member Peter Martinson answer questions that were E-mailed from our international audience. This week features questions on Arctic Development, the necessity to work with Russia on their Strategic Defense of Earth policy, and the role of creative life in the Universe.
The Greenies are in a complete panic about what is one of the most wonderful things that has happened in the recent history of the biosphere: the melting of the Arctic Sea ice. This is a wonderful development!
Various political leaders may be creating an ambiguous cloud over the global situation, as if the plan for a global thermonuclear war is somehow in doubt. Below the remarks of Senior Minister for Human Resources of Sri Lanka, DEW Gunasekara during their recent budget debate, are a clear understanding of the urgency of the situation the globe faces.
In this second Episode of the Mini-Series, Who We Fight, we look at the shift from what would have been the continued legacy of Franklin Roosevelt, through his Vice President Henry Wallace, to the British installed puppet, Harry S Truman.
At the beginning of the week Obama made sure to tell China at the APEC summit, that it was time they "grow up" and act like a developed nation, if that's what they intend to be. Essentially he blamed China for the financial collapse of the West. However Obama's remarks were not given as the sole threat to that nation.
The LaRouche PAC and Summer Shields for Congress cosponsored a historic seminar on the urgent need for trans-Pacific cooperation. The all day conference entitled, Rescuing Civilization from the Brink: The Grand Pacific Alliance, featured presentations on history, science and music and consisted of hours of focus on ideas on the highest level. It's accomplishment was...
Intervention at the National Defense University Symposium -- WWIII vs Pacific Alliance
by Creighton Cody Jones
Every serious nation knows that we cannot have war among major nations ever again. If we go with that level of warfare, in today's age of technology, the whole planet is finished. So what we do, is we go to space.
by Liona Fan Chiang
After attending an event last week whose speaker was trying to promote a space programs alliance among India, China, and Japan, it became clear to me that if the subject of manned space flight is avoided in discussions about space programs, anything goes.
by Anna Shavin
In her blog post, The Case of Iran & Obama’s Private Armies, Leandra Bernstein outlines a very scary potential for a coup to be run inside the United States, by President Obama. She asserts that there are two damning markers of the destruction and co-opting of the American military in the last half century;
by Alicia Cerretani
The developments in the Arctic are a near perfect example of what Lyndon LaRouche, the foremost economic forecaster on the planet means, when he says that in order to survive, our species must continue to rise to higher and higher platforms of economic productivity. And the Arctic is a perfect example.
by Alicia Cerretani
Just days after U.S. envoy Susan Rice stormed out of a U.N. security council meeting, irate over the joint decision between Russia and China to veto a resolution that they argued could be used to justify NATO-led Libya-style military action in Syria, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton published a lengthy feature article in the latest edition of Foreign Policy magazine titled "America's Pacific Century," which stated clearly from the outset,
"One of the most important tasks of American statecraft over the next decade will therefore be to lock in a substantially increased investment — diplomatic, economic, strategic, and otherwise — in the Asia-Pacific region."
The world is currently hanging in perilous limbo between the death of the transatlantic system, and a birth yet-to-occur of a Trans-Pacific world. The proximity of possibility of a new system for mankind can be a source for hope, but it also is the cause of the danger we face of a currently mobilized British drive for an all-out Hitler coup.
The international angle of accomplishing a new, global development perspective characterized by Glass-Steagall and NAWAPA will be fostered through a close partnership between the United States, Russia, and China. This page is a continuing exploration of the potentials of that arrangement.