The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
MATTHEW OGDEN: Good evening. It's August 29th, 2014. My name is Matthew Ogden, and I would like to welcome all of you to our weekly webcast from larouchepac.com. I'm joined in the studio tonight by Mr. Lyndon LaRouche, as well as Megan Beets from the LaRouche PAC Scientific Team...
"Latin America will be one of the pillars of the New World Economic Order," said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in an interview with Russia Today published on Aug. 27.
Supporters of the New Suez Canal know the difference between the national tradition of Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser (1956-'70), who nationalized the Suez Canal in 1956, and the British Empire's use of debt to enslave the country.
As expected, the interim Parliament appointed by the Junta which took power in May, has elected Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, the head of the junta, to be the Prime Minister, under a newly adopted Constitution, until the elections which are to take place at the end of 2015. Gen.
"We've reformed nothing. We have more leverage and more derivatives risk than we've ever had," reports an analyst for a structured finance broker-dealer, speaking of the latest bubbles in the global, unregulated, over-the-counter derivatives markets, to the Aug. 20 Financial Times.
Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke highly of Russia's cooperation with South Africa within BRICS on Thursday, in the context of his meeting with South African President Zuma, which focussed on trade and investment, as well as security. Russia takes over the leadership of BRICS from Brazil next year.
Less than five months after a new government was formed in France, Prime Minister Manuel Valls resigned on Aug. 25, taking the entire cabinet with him, after very public criticism of the austerity policy dictated by the European Union.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told International Affairs Magazine Thursday that the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) is expanding its work in both the political and economic spheres—finance, science, technology, and agriculture, and had, as well, proposed "very serious theses, important signals on Syria, Afghanistan, and Iran in its Forteleza Summit Declaratio
The national mobilization for building Egypt's New Suez Canal Project continues apace. The Egyptian Army Corps of Engineers is posting daily updates on the status of work on the project. At this moment 43 companies have started work, and 13.6 million cubic meters earth has been removed, according to Armed Forces spokesman Brig. Gen. Mohamed Samir.