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American statesman Lyndon LaRouche today called on Congress to launch immediate impeachment proceedings against President Barack Obama before he starts a thermonuclear world war conflict with Russia and China.
In May 2009, a collection of the world's wealthiest men and women met behind closed doors at the President's House at Rockefeller University in New York City, to chart out a merger of all of their combined philanthropic efforts.
The Seattle Times published an opinion column yesterday by former Wall Street banker and anti-Wall Street author Nomi Prins, entitled "Break the Alliances Between Wall Street and the White House."
NATO's eastward drive has continued escalating over recent days. The Pentagon's announcement that small numbers of U.S. ground troops would be deploying to Poland and the three Baltic countries, followed reports indicating intentions to increase military posture in northern Europe.
Ukraine's coup-appointed president, Oleksandr Turchynov, announced, two days ago, that he had ordered the resumption of the so-called "anti-terrorism" operations in eastern Ukraine, and that he had the full backing of the United States, just as Vice President Joe Biden was leaving Kiev to return to the United States.
JASON ROSS: Hello, today is April 23rd, 2014, you're watching the New Paradigm for Humanity show. My name is Jason Ross and I'll be hosting the show this week. Joining me in the studio are, as always, Lyndon LaRouche, and Megan Beets, of the LaRouche PAC Science Research Team, also known as "The Basement."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) stated in a public meeting in Massachusetts last week that when Congress reconvenes (Monday), she and others would begin a major push to pass Glass-Steagall...
In a long interview with Il Foglio April 19, Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini said that if we don't want a nuclear war, negotiations with Russia on Ukraine are the only solution. Italy backs Germany's approach to the Ukrainian crisis, and calls for a solution that involves "the interest of all" parties involved.
In an interview with the Czech TV, CT24, former Czech president Vaclav Klaus made clear that the EU and the United States had contributed to the Ukraine crisis.