The LaRouche Plan
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Enda Kenny, Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) admitted Saturday that he had been "walloped" by Friday's referendum vote on abolition of the Seanad (Ireland's Senate).
While it is widely-considered likely that Obama's authorization for the use of military force against Syria will pass in a Senate vote (currently anticipated to occur late next week), the House of Representatives is a completely different matter.
Spurred by the wide media coverage of Sen.
The Egyptian interim government's attempt to physically disperse Muslim Brotherhood members and their supporters from two sites in Cairo, where they have been encamped and arming themselves for almost six weeks in protest against the removal of the Brotherhood government of Mohamed Morsi on July 3, has resulted in the eruption of escalating violence throughout the country.
There is a direct confrontation underway at the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) now meeting in Atlanta, between the forces favoring reenactment of Glass- Steagall (headed by Lyndon LaRouche and LaRouche PAC), and the criminal Wall Street gang desperate to stop that drive at all costs.
Resistance is mounting against a move by the environmentalists to further take over the labor movement in the U.S.. This effort dates to 2006, with the foundation of the BlueGreen Alliance, as a counter to Lyndon LaRouche's efforts to prevent the destruction of the Detroit-based machine tool industry.
Former French Presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade has issued a "Message to the People of Spain," calling upon them to join the mobilization initiated by French and German mayors and city council members for the adoption of Glass-Steagall as law throughout Europe.
The recent LaRouchePAC videos of Congressional town hall events document spontaneous applause for speakers who raise the necessity to put back Glass-Steagall, jail the criminal bankers, and get the economy rolling. This fighting mood and responsiveness is seen even second-hand, in reports from the latest cycle of mid-August public meetings.
"We are dying out here because you Congressmen are being 'nice guys,'!" one angry constituent told Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) at an Aug. 6 Town Hall. The American people are furious at Congress, and much of Congress has responded by going underground.
Rick Weiland, the Democratic candidate for retiring Sen. Tim Johnson's seat, held a meet-and-greet meeting in a bakery in Chamberlin, South Dakota Friday afternoon. Weiland has vowed to campaign in each of the 311 towns in South Dakota. Weiland had been a staff member for Sen. Tom Daschle and for Senator Johnson.