The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Like the other Eurozone bailout countries, Cyprus is targeted for genocide, beginning with cuts in the country's health-care system. The Troika (as the overseers from the European Commission, ECB, and IMF are known) have issued orders for these cuts. This started with the government's cancelling long-delayed plans for setting up new regional ambulance stations.
This week the Senate and House Agriculture Committees both passed five-year farm bill proposals, which actions are now the occasion for heated conflict over how much or how little to cut funding from the domestic food relief program, called SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), whose annual Federal expenditures — about $80 billion — account for 80 percent of the yearly Agriculture Depa
"Bank resolution" for the imminent failure of the entire Eurozone's banks was "debated" May 14, at the EU Finance Ministers' meeting in Brussels. The debate focussed on what degree of bail-in could be agreed upon in the — to use bankers' jargon — "recovery and resolution" of failing banks.
The head of the Portuguese Medical Association, Dr. José Manuel Silva, raised the alarm this week that the repeated cuts in the budget for Portugal's National Health System are now beginning to threaten lives.
The real cost of the global crisis is not the $4.5 trillion in Quantitative Easing already handed over to the British Empire's banks; nor the $11 trillion in QE planned by the end of 2014; nor even the $18 trillion of combined QE and "bail-in" Quantitative Stealing that is planned by 2014, as per the "Cyprus template." The real cost is the massive destruction of the actual source of physica
The Regional Assembly of Tuscany (Toscana) yesterday approved a resolution calling for a "Banking and Legal Reform According To the Glass-Steagall Act." The resolution was introduced on May 10, 2013, by Gabriele Chiurli and was approved by all ayes, with only one abstention.
Two leaders of the financial elite warned on May 14th of the collapse of the entire western financial system.
Thousands of secondary-school teachers demonstrated Monday night in Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament against the government's "authoritarian" policies in issuing "civil mobilization orders" aimed at forcing the teachers not to strike, lest they face arrest. The government wants to increase their teaching hours in order to dismiss thousands of part-time contract teachers.
The following letter from a former Argentine Governor was directed to the Congress of the United States.
May 9, 2013
For many years now, the economic, monetary, and financial system imposed on the world has been causing grave problems: it mercilessly destroys the dignity of human beings, privileges speculation and even usury while punishing real effort.