The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The UN General Assembly passed a Qatari-drafted resolution Wednesday, condemning the Assad government of Syria, and backing the Syrian National Coaltion.
An article by Tom Cocks released by Reuters news service on May 13, confirms what readers of LarouchePAC and EIR have known for almost two years: that the Tony Blair-inspired regime-change policy, implemented by his puppet, President Barack Obama against Muammar Kaddafi in August 2011, provided advanced weaponry for insurgent guerilla attacks against the governments of Mali and Nigeria.
"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.
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.
On May 14th, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa issued the following statement on news that the Department of Justice has been monitoring Associated Press phone lines, including a line in the press gallery of the U.S. House of Representatives:
The following article was provided to LaRouchePAC by EIR and will appear in the May 17, 2013 edition of Executive Intelligence Review.
[subhead]Questions To Be Answered in the Investigation of Benghazi 9/11 [/subhead]
[author]by William F. Wertz, Jr. [/author]
Two leaders of the financial elite warned on May 14th of the collapse of the entire western financial system.
PARIS (Nouvelle Solidarité) — Whereas each and every other political party in France, despite high-sounding speeches, have given up the fight against the financial oligarchy and submitted to the banking lobby's "banking reform," Solidarité & Progrès, the political party founded by former Presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade, just released on May 14th its [url:"www.solidariteetprogres.org/mobil
President Barack Obama's British masters are not pleased with the troubles he has gotten himself into. Under the title "Barack Obama's Wobbly Moment," London's Financial Times editorial warns Obama that the Internal Revenue Service and Benghazi Congressional probes will bring him down unless he "acts decisively" to bring them under control.
Benghazi, then the IRS, now the Associated Press. The commercial media seem to be getting the message that it is now OK to go after Obama. Cases in point: