The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
We face an existential crisis, beyond martial law, beyond the catastrophic 14th century European dark age. A general breakdown crisis has come knocking on our doors, banging with a hard fist to unleash financial disintegration and thermonuclear war.
The long-simmering general financial breakdown crisis has now struck. Either the strict Glass-Steagall law is immediately reinstalled, or a world crisis beyond precedent will soon meet us, perhaps as early as Tuesday morning, and it will prove fatal to the nations of the trans-Atlantic world.
As Mr. LaRouche said in the discussion with the slate of candidates to be published today, Barack Obama-- as President of the United States of America-- has taken a strategic position against Russia which is so dangerous, that in itself, it constitutes grounds for impeachment.
The only war avoidance policy is constitutionally removing Obama from office. If that does not happen, his commitment to a nuclear conflict with Russia will be our own demise.
As Mr. LaRouche appropriately titled his paper of May 4th, “The Showdown Has Already Begun,” this week will be a major inflection point. While the world is gripped with a period of great uncertainty, it is also gripped with a period of great opportunity.
The news has not changed, Mr LaRouche’s warning from this past Saturday still stands. The entire world system is in a general breakdown crisis centered in the trans-Atlantic community and is ready to blow out in the United States at any moment.
In a desperate bluff on the eve of the NATO summit, the London Economist published a lying piece of propaganda exposing just how strategically weak the British position is. They are willing to play very dangerous games, but they’re bluffing to try to hang onto the appearance of strategic advantage, while, in reality, their power is completely crumbling.
Your LPACTV Overview for Thursday, May 17th.
Sometimes, the coincidence of several factors at once has the ability to trigger a sudden and explosive change in leading official opinion, causing decisions to be made which, previously, no one had assumed were possible.