The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
On Dec. 4, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa ordered his Interior Minister to shut down the environmentalist Pachamama Foundation in Quito, on grounds it had intervened in the internal affairs of the nation, and threatened "the security of the State and public safety," by violently protesting oil drilling in the Ecuadorean Amazon.
The disproportionately high prices of electricity imposed on industry, caused by the government drive into costly renewables, and the prospect for even higher prices should the government's plans to abolish tax rebates be realized, is forcing BASF to build a major new fertilizer-manufacturing plant in the United States, instead of in Germany.
The oligarchical principle of intentional genocide shines through clearly in these citations
LaRouchePAC's Scientific Research Team demonstrated on Saturday the potential that exists worldwide for a rapid reorganization of the world economy around the concept of a fusion-powered future, burying once and for all the Queen's current "Green" dictatorship.
In a brilliant address to the National Academy of Sciences, delivered October 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy debunked British economist Thomas Malthus's genocidal theory that population growth must outstrip food-production capability and lead to starvation.
We must not only identify and dump the oligarchical enemy, but put forward the positive perspective of development...
In a joint press conference in Bolivia, Bolivian President Evo Morales and Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa blasted "fundamentalist environmentalists" as "instruments of the empire." The newly pro-nuclear Morales said the state had to exploit natural resources for the good of the country, and warned "we should not be instruments of the empire, let alone the oligarchies...
Elaborating on Turkey's ambitious nuclear power development strategy, Prof. Huseyin Bagci of the Middle East Technical University in Ankara says in an interview with Deutsche Welle that Germany simply cannot maintain its anti-nuclear policy:
Writing from Rome, where the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is holding its 40th annual meeting, Timothy Wise and Marie Brill of ActionAid USA issued an op-ed, published in Al Jazeera and elsewhere, comparing the world-wide ethanol insanity to Nero's fiddling while Rome burned.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) called for an emergency meeting with the Mekong River Commission (MRC) in the wake of Laos' decision to proceed with a second dam on the Mekong River.