The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The dangerous lunacy of British strategists and their henchmen in the EU is on full display in the events in and around Ukraine. A preliminary review of the activity of EU-backed NGOs vis-a-vis Ukraine, during the years since the George Soros-sponsored Orange Revolution of December 2004, reveals ominous new elements.
Lyndon LaRouche yesterday ripped into the recent Federal Bankruptcy Court ruling, upholing Detroit's petition for bankruptcy protection in violation of the Michigan State Constitution's guarantee of all state and municipal pensions. As the result of the bankruptcy plan, Detroit municipal workers and retirees will lose 95 percent of their pensions, which is tantamount to a death sentence for many.
Stung by the defeat of their no-confidence vote in Ukraine's Parliament yesterday, the British Empire is turning to back-up options to try to overthrow the government of Viktor Yanukovych, for daring to realign Ukraine with the growing Asia-Pacific region, rather than the sepulchral European Union.
We just published a round-up discussion of the major developments in the situation in Ukraine, which can be viwed here.
Since that publication, there have been some relevant updates, which we print below.
First is a Senior German Politician, openly criticizing the EU approach to Ukraine, recognizing their rights to independence and sovereignty.
Since some time later than the August 8, 2012, successful landing of Curiosity, on Mars, I had spent a good part of less than a recent year, nursing a growing conviction...
Michigan Council 25 of AFSCME and the Detroit "sub-chapter" of AFSCME retirees on December 3rd filed with the Bankruptcy Court in Detroit, a notice of appeal to the U.S. District Court in Detroit, against the oral ruling from the bench that day in the City of Detroit bankruptcy-eligibility trial.
Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to take leadership on multiple fronts in the unfolding crisis of civilization, and is being recognized for this by some formerly hostile sectors.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, in Brussels for the NATO-Russia Council meeting on Wednesday, responded sharply to a NATO Foreign Ministers statement released yesterday which attacked the Ukrainian government of Viktor Yanukovich for refusing to commit suicide by joining the European Union, and for supposed "repression" of pro-EU protestors.
Lyndon LaRouche provided some analysis and context to the enormous potential of the developments in the Ukraine, on the December 2nd LaRouche PAC Policy Discussion. Ukraine rejected an offer of membership in the EU, opting instead to orient to Russia, towards a development perspective. We print Mr.
The Spanish government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has drafted a new "Citizen Security Law", imposing fines of up to 30,000 Euros for protests against the European Union-dictated austerity.