The era of bailouts has come to a close. In this report we review how Spain exposed that the financial system is in fact collapsing at a rate faster than can be dealt with. Now the talk of the town is, before any official announcement of Spain's promised 100 billion euro rescue: "Does Italy, too, need emergency funds?"
Part II of the May 19th Town Hall event in Los Angeles, featuring Cody Jones from the Basement team. Part II has Cody's presentation, Q&A, and concluding remarks from Phil Rubinstein.
In this episode of Biospheric Engineering, we interview EIR's Agriculture Economist Marcia Merry Baker on the dismal state of food production and shortages across the world. Also discussed are the emergency as well as long-term measures necessary to guarantee global food security.
There are larger forces currently acting to shape world history than most people realize, and we are coming up very rapidly against a moment in which great decisions are going to be made, one way or the other.
Part I of the May 19th Town Hall event in Los Angeles, featuring Cody Jones from the Basement team. Part I includes a musical introduction, and a presentation by Phil Rubinstein.
On Friday, April 27, 2012, Helga Zepp-LaRouche delivered a webcast titled, "Dialogue with Spain and Portugal On the Global Crisis and the Future of Europe." In the context of the impending collapse of the european system, which threatens the continued existence of the United States as well, we present to you the proceedings. Transcript Available
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.