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.
Vulture fund hysteria is reaching a fevered pitch, as the Queen's toadies realize they are losing more leverage with each passing day.
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.
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.
Lest there be any doubt as to the British Empire's hysteria over the BRICS global development paradigm, the latest insanity from the Queen's own vulture funds on the Argentina case, proves the point.
In his Friday webcast last night, Lyndon LaRouche warned that Poland should learn a lesson and stop playing with fire.
Aside from the strategic intentions of the British Empire to foment a war between the West and Russia—a war that would almost certainly go nuclear—another factor in the hysteria in Washington, Brussels and Kiev over the alleged Russian "invasion" of Ukraine, is the simple fact that the Kiev regime is losing the war on the ground.
Wouldn't it be poetic justice for the U.S. House of Representatives to launch impeachment proceedings against President Obama on Sept. 8, the day they return to Washington from the August recess? It happens that Sept. 8 is Lyndon LaRouche's 92nd birthday. Reps.
The crisis in southeastern Ukraine escalated dramatically, Thursday morning, when Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko accused Russia of having invaded his country. "Russian forces have actually entered Ukraine," he said, while Ukrainian fighters in the south-east said Russian forces had helped separatists take over the border town of Novoazovsk.