The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Lyndon LaRouche had Turkey's number, fifteen years ago, and, like it or not, he was right. In 1999's Storm Over Asia video, LaRouche identified that the nation of Turkey would be used as a base of destabilization operations against the Southwest Asia region, directed at Russia.
The combination of the momentum created by the Schiller Institute's Oct. 11 Harlem Conference to release the censored 28 pages of the Joint Congressional Inquiry report on 9/11, and the escalated interventions of Joint Inquiry co-chairman Bob Graham, has created what Helga Zepp-LaRouche called "the most important flank to stop World War III."
Two nights ago, Turkish alleged ISIS sympathizers in Germany attacked Kurdish demonstrators in Hamburg and Celle. Last night, on the "Anne Will" ARD-TV talk show, Gen.
President Barack Obama is still sour that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, on popular demand, removed his good buddy, Egyptian Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi, from the country's Presidency...
China's Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, sharply criticized Obama administration actions—which could lead to nuclear war—in his speech Sept 27 to the UN General Assembly, according to the Sept 28 BRICS Post.
A few British terrorism experts have expressed grave concerns after receiving the news that ISIS has moved inside Kobani, and that this Syrian town bordering Turkey is about to fall under control of the ISIS terrorists. Former Welsh Guard Simon Weston, who stood to become South Wales Police Commissioner in 2012, warned we are all under threat from ISIS.
In an interview Thursday with RIA Novosti, Ambassador Veniamin Popov, the former Russian Ambassador to the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and the current Director of the Center for Partnership of Civilizations at the Moscow State University of International Rela
The Eastern Mediterranean region is on the edge of an explosion that could rapidly lead to a spreading war drawing in all of the world's major powers—including the three thermonuclear weapons powers, the United States, Russia and China.
"India Will Not Be a Major Player in America's Game of 'Rebalancing the Asia-Pacific,'" states the headline of a Sept. 30 article in China's People's Daily, which was prominently featured by The Hindu, on Thursday.