The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Under the above title, author Brahma Chellaney writing in The Hindu, Monday, issues a stinging, and refreshingly accurate profile of Barack Obama, whom he mocks as "America's Nobel Peace Prize Laureate President." Although Chellaney — a former government official with notable Anglophile connections — does not address the British angle, none of his insights are inaccurate, and a few stand ou
China's Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, sharply criticized Obama administration actions—which could lead to nuclear war—in his speech Sept 27 to the UN General Assembly, according to the Sept 28 BRICS Post.
Clearly reflecting her sense of strength as a member of the BRICS alliance of nations, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner confronted Barack Obama at the Sept. 24 meeting of the UN Security Council (UNSC), aggressively questioning the effectiveness of the U.S.'s methods of combating terrorist groups such as ISIS in the Mideast.
A PDF leaflet of this statement is available HERE.
When he learned today of Eric Holder's resignation, Lyndon LaRouche responded as follows:
Two experts, including one of the pre-eminent American scholarly authorities on Saudi Arabia, called today for the declassification of the long-hidden '28 pages' of the Congressional Report on the 9/11 attacks, whose release is demanded by the growing number of Congressional sponsors of House Resolution H.Res. 428.
Speaking on CBS News' "60 Minutes" broadcast Sunday evening, Obama lied, claiming that the administration had been caught unaware of the growing threat of ISIS, and had somehow "underestimated" their strength until, well, just now.
A powerful new filing in federal court in New York has raised the ante against Saudi Arabia and their protectors in the U.S. government. This follows the U.S. Supreme Court decision in late June which allowed lawsuits against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, brought by 9/11 victims and insurance companies, to proceed. This was over the objections of the Obama Administration, which, like the George W.
Opening the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff called upon world leaders to recognize that "the use of force is incapable of eliminating the profound causes of conflicts," as is seen in the Palestinian conflict, Syria, Iraq, Libya, the Sahel, and Ukraine.
The proper role of the human species in the world — one of the rapid creative scientific and technological advance of which it is capable, freedom from constant war, improvement of the length and quality of life and of education — is being reached for under a new paradigm around the BRICS nations, albeit with economic and political difficulties and threats to deal with.