The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is in China for discussions in preparation for President Putin's visit next month. In an interview before meeting with his counterpart, Wang Yi, and President Xi Jinping, Lavrov told China Daily that the
"Sino-Russia strategic partnership has reached an unprecedented height."
On March 31, 2014 Resolution K1012 was introduced into the New York State Assembly as K1012 urging the New York State Congressional delegation to support efforts to reinstate the Glass-Steagall separation of banks. The resolutions main sponsor is Phil Steck, who also introduced the bill last year. There are 13 official co-sponsors.
The full text of the resolution reads:
MATTHEW OGDEN: Good afternoon, it's April 14th, 2014. My name is Matthew Ogden, and you're joining us for our weekly discussion with the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee...
Lyndon LaRouche gave a 12 minute telephone interview to RIA Novosti's Lyudmila Chernova on April 14th. The basis for RIA Novosti's interview was a Foreign Policy article on April 10 by Colum Lynch, entitled, "Exclusive: UN Hints Russia and Its Allies Rigged Crimea's Secession Vote," questioning Colum's summary of an allegedly independent UN draft report.
George Eliason, an American industry expert residing in eastern Ukraine, yesterday posted on OpEdNews.com the latest in his series of denunciations of U.S. Government aid and abetment of the neo-Nazi coup in Kiev.
The "Fracking Great Oil Boom" of Obama/Wall Street in the United States, is centered in Texas and North Dakota. Shipping out oil by rail from the Bakken Shale region of the Dakotas and Montana, is right now disrupting the entire northern High Plains and Prairie Provinces agriculture system...
An interview with Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the president of the Schiller Institute, was aired yesterday on the most popular talk show on CCTV-9, the Chinese premier English-language channel...
Keeping the hype up to trigger a full-fledged worldwide conflict around Ukraine, the British establishment's mouthpiece, the Economist magazine, in an article "The Disappearing Country," on April 13 says the Kiev authorities have lost their hold on Donbass