The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
MATTHEW OGDEN: Good afternoon. It's July 21st, 2014. My name is Matthew Ogden, and your joining us for our weekly discussion with the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee...
In an interview with the London Guardian, Edward Snowden said British intelligence is permitted to go further in surveillance than similar agencies in other Western countries...
The Queen’s Prime Minister, David Cameron, is leading the rush towards war with Russia, trying to force France and Germany to join him in blaming Russia for the downing of the Malaysian airliner before any investigation...
Day Two of Israel's Ground Invasion of Gaza
The Russian Ministry of Defense continues to be up front in public statements about the MH17 crash. Yesterday the MoD issued a list of 10 questions to the Kiev authorities. These were announced in a televised interview by Deputy Defense Minister Anatoli Antonov with Rossiya-24 state TV.
Japan has long realized that the development of far-eastern Russia, Siberia, could provide marvelous opportunities for Japanese business, and has mostly supported Western sanctions against Russia in a cool, half-hearted manner...
Over 100 Palestinians were killed Sunday, most in Israeli shelling of a Gaza neighborhood that left bodies strewn in the streets and thousands fleeing for shelter to a hospital packed with wounded
There is disappointment that Turkey has missed out on developments among the BRICS, as one Turkish columnist reviews the developments at the sixth BRICS Summit of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, held in Fortaleza, Brazil, July 14-16.
Mikheil Saakashvili, the former President of Georgia and project-leader of George Soros's 2003 Rose Revolution in that country, yesterday posted a vile tirade against Russian President Vladimir Putin and any European leaders who might want to negotiate and work with him.