The first question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 5th, 2012 webcast: "Mr. LaRouche, the Republican Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, has criticized the too-big-to-fail bailout provisions of the Dodd-Frank bill, and has said that he'll replace Mr. Bernanke as Chairman of the Fed, if he is elected.
The third question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 5th Webcast: "The economics discussion that we were treated to the other night, on television, left out many of the essentials of what actually has to be discussed - the real threat of thermonuclear war, the real threat on the economy.
The fifth question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 5th Webcast: "Given that there's no winner at the end of a massive thermonuclear exchange, given that there's the potential for the complete elimination of the human species, who gains? Would they really go that far?"
The second question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 5th Webcast: "A question that has been kicked around through a lot of Democratic circles is about the recent endorsement by Bill Clinton of President Barack Obama, which resulted in an immediate boost in Obama's approval.
The fourth question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 5th Webcast: "But I say this, because our next question comes in from, really, a slew of state legislators, who have similar questions on what's happening in Libya, what's happening with Obama's complicity and criminal complicity and coverup of what some have called "Benghazi-gate" but could more accurately be called "9/11 Part Two.
The sixth question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 5th Webcast: "I'd for you to elaborate on your forecasting method, and how it is, that you can hold onto the principled stand, your program, as a way out for humanity, despite everything that appears to be in front of us?"
The fraud and failure of the British Empire system was put on full display this past weekend: with the riots that erupted in Greece and Obama’s alliance with Al-Qaeda in Syria. The British are backed into a corner, and they’re playing for keeps. For more, see the LPAC feature 9-11: Ten Years Later.