The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The solid steps toward a new, and deeper, partnership on economic and strategic issues, taken by Chinese President Xi and Indian Prime Minister Modi in New Delhi Sept. 17-18, not only portend a brighter future for all mankind, but are truly the realization of the British Monarchy's worst nightmare...
The strongest criticism of President Obama's plan for war, during a hearing yesterday morning of the Senate Armed Services Committee against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, came from Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), who said that he can't explain it to his constituents in West Virginia so that it makes any sense...
A year after Obama's failed effort, on the Queen's instructions, to launch airstrikes against the Assad government in Syria, he's at it again, as part of the British Empire's global drive to unleash war to surround and sink Russia and China. But it's not at all clear who else—if anybody—is on board with this insane policy.
Former Senator Bob Graham (D-Fla.), who chaired the original 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry, gave an interview to The Independent’s Patrick Cockburn, published Sunday, once again blasting President Obama for his continuing coverup of the Saudi role in 9/11, including his refusal to declassify the 28- page chapter of his report which detailed Saudi funding of the hijackers.
Government officials from Russia and Syria have issued statements after U.S. President Obama's Sept. 10 war speech, warning that U.S. military strikes on Syrian territory without the approval of the Syrian government or without a United Nations authorizing resolution would be a violation of international law.
What we have in the U.S. as a President, is the enemy of the U.S. in effect. But on the other hand, we have the BRICS nations. China is a power. India is a major power. These nations are ready to create an international agreement on forming a new kind of state.
China's President Xi Jinping is on a tour of the Maritime Silk Road en route to India, where he arrives today for three days of critical meetings with Prime Minister Modi...
In a two-part interview with the local Fox News station in Tampa, Florida, former U.S. Senator Bob Graham (Fla.) made what may be his strongest statements to date about the Saudis.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry flew from Saudi Arabia to Turkey on Friday to confer with more of the Obama Administration's so-called "allies" in the war against the Islamic State.