Lyndon LaRouche was the guest on the Alex Jones show March 22nd, the focus of which was the imminent threat of an out-break of thermonuclear war.
An LPACTV interview with Lebanese-American poet and author, Khaled Fayyad. The British have not only set up and continued to run extremist terrorist groups in Southwest Asia, but Fayyad also discusses some of the most current operations in the region, including in Libya, Syria, and Iran.
Originally broadcast in November 1999, Storm Over Asia is important to review in light of the current drive in Russia to maintain their sovereignty and prevent thermonuclear war, as as referenced in the blog posting by Rachel Dougals, from earlier today.
On Saturday, March 10, 2012, Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed by Steve Kates on the weekly "Call to Rights" radio program carried by KFNX out of Phoenix, Arizona. KFNX has a 50,000 watt signal, and reaches a potential listening audience of almost 5 million people.
As the crisis in the Trans-Atlantic economies intensifies, London's time frame to detonate thermonuclear war is quickly shrinking. Fundamentally against the idea that their world standing can be replaced by a Pacific-centered orientation, the British see Russian Prime Minister Putin's likely victory in the upcoming March 4 Russian Presidential election very undesirable.
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.