The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Following upon the release of "Nuclear NAWAPA XXI: Gateway to the Fusion Economy," here we explore a case study featured in that report more in depth: the proposal to build a Kra Canal across Thailand, a good candidate for construction using peaceful nuclear explosions. This is a real "Asia Pivot," typifying the concept of peace through development, contrary to the Obama Administration policy in the region.
The seldom told tale of the role of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, in designing and implementing the decisive landing at Inchon, which would have ended the Korean War, had it not been for British sabotage and Harry S Truman.
What are the forces at play in the world today? A question that remains unanswered by those entrusted to communicate to us, the truth. Yet we ourselves fall short from attaining it, not for lack of access, but because of an unbroken fear that has obscured our vision. This is the true story behind Syria.
The compilation of the entire Who We Fight Mini-series, an illustration of the operations of the British Empire against the United States, in the period of 1941-1968.
The conditions now being experienced by the people of Detroit, as described vividly in this presentation, herald the future for the rest of the American people — unless Glass-Steagall is immediately restored and the true enemies of the United States recognized, and defeated.
Financed and used by the British-Saudi Empire, Al-Qaeda has been protected under the Obama administration to accomplish the Empire's of global war. In this feature we document President's Obama's use of Al-Qaeda networks to overthrow Ghaddafi in Libya, the attempt to overthrow Bashar al-Assad in Syria, who were the same forces who attacked the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
This is the executive in-depth 30 minute tour of NAWAPA XXI, produced for water specialists, farmers, policy makers, and others who will be able to put their weight behind this life-like vision of the future.
Any planetary recovery must necessarily begin by examining the economic principles which underlie the difference between a successful and unsuccessful economic policy. In particular, we must first elaborate the characteristics of a self-developing system -- one whose evolution is entirely governed by its internal relations, not subject to any fixed outside metric.