The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The British government is accused of sheltering a radical Libyan cleric allegedly directing the Islamic terrorist opposition in Libya. According to the Guardian, Libyan Grand Mufti Sheikh Sadik Al-Ghariani also faces possible war-crimes charges for working from the U.K.
In Thursday's Huffington Post article, "You Can't Understand ISIS If You Don't Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia," former MI6 officer Alistair Crooke explains why the Saudi monarchy, being the godfather of the ISIS, is now trying to distance itself from those killers.
"What China is doing right now, is a miracle!" said Lyndon LaRouche on Aug. 19.
"It came about because of a quality of thinking, a quality of insight, an imagination beyond anything that had occurred earlier."
by Hussein Askary, Chairman of the Swedish European Labour Party (EAP)
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who is to retire as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in the next few days, is not going out with a whimper. In an interview with Breaking Defense that was posted Thursday, Flynn, who already has a reputation for being outspoken and blunt, says, among other things, that the world has become a far more dangerous place than it was before.
The suppression of the 28 pages on foreign (i.e., Saudi) involvement in the final report of the Congressional Joint Inquiry on 9/11, is highlighted in a review of Patrick Cockburn's new book The Jihadis Return: Isis and the New Sunni Uprising published in the August 28 edition of the Britain's Independent daily.
The beheading of the American journalist, James Foley, by a British ISIS terrorist has triggered a series of articles which identified the umbilical cord that ties the ISIS terrorists to the Saudi Arabian monarchy. What, however, these articles did not point out is that Saudi Arabia is the only country today that officially beheads people and most of these victims are foreign migrant workers.
The 9/11 families have delivered a blunt message to President Barack Obama: Keep your promise and release the 28 pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11.
On the one hand, President Obama, in his weekly Saturday radio address released this morning, promised, again, that "I will not allow the United States to be dragged into fighting another war in Iraq." A few hours later, in an appearance on the South Lawn of the White House before taking off for another Martha's Vineyard vacation, Obama announced that the US project in Iraq is no short term endeav