The Fight for Glass Steagall is gaining traction in Italy. In this report we review those developments of the last days and week.
The following is a update regarding a popular initiative recently launched by the Lega Nord opposition party in Italy for the implementation of the Glass Steagall law.
Lyndon LaRouche sent the following pre-recorded video message to the March 20, 2012 conference on "A Nuclear World War Can Make Us Extinct; We Must Evolve to an Economy of the Noosphere," held in an auditorium of the Mexican Senate building in downtown Mexico City.
Lyndon LaRouche sends his greetings to the Argentinian people and a message to all nations who wish to defy the system of empire once and for all and get on with the intended business of mankind: to be the rightful stewards of the planet and beyond.
As we are approaching the April 2nd, 30th anniversary of the Malvinas war between Britain and Argentina we've seen a political escalation around the question of Argentine sovereignty over the islands.
On January 31st French Presidential candidate, and Lyndon LaRouche co-thinker Jacques Cheminade, caused an immediate shock wave across France when he announced that he had obtained the 500 signed commitments from elected officials needed to acquire Presidential ballot status.
Bankrupt Europe lectures Argentina on economic policy. Spain makes threats over the nationalization of the petroleum company YPF. Meanwhile, young professionals are fleeing Spain en masse and settling in Argentina, where they have opportunities in the fields of science and technology.