The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Over the past two days, recently-appointed Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who is responsible for overseeing the effort to find and fix the problems in Russia's space and defense industries, announced initiatives to rebuild what had been the remarkable Soviet space program.
By Limari Navarrete-Bedford
The head of the Israeli Mossad intelligence agency reportedly told a audience of Israeli diplomats that a nuclear Iran was not necessarily an existential threat to Israel. This view contrasts with that of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who never ceases to compare a nuclear Iran to condemning all of Israel to become one big concentration camp.
In move which could help break off Turkey from the war alliance, Russia was able to reach an agreement with Turkey for the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline that will pass through Turkey's Exclusive Economic Zone in the Black Sea.
"What you have to do to solve the food problem is very simple: You have to eliminate the British-centered control, over food production and distribution." Lyndon LaRouche said this Wednesday, in the LPACTV Weekly Report (larouchepac.com), referring to the present agriculture production breakdown and worsening food shortages. "If you just take those laws that are on the books now, cancel them!
Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin blasted the Anglo-Obama lies at the UN Security Council over the intervention into Libya, and warned that Russia will not support any further sanctions against Iran, in interviews with reporters over the last day.
by Kesha Rogers
In the words of the great poet of freedom, Fredrick Schiller, "We are born for that which is better." That which is better cannot be found through a belief in accumulating pleasant sense perceptions, but through the development of the creative powers of the human mind.
The British empire is expanding the terrorism and war it has inflicted from the Middle East to Afghanistan, into an East-West belt reaching across Africa, from Somalia (with no functioning government) in the Horn of Africa to the impoverished region of the Sahel and Nigeria, in West Africa.
The mouthpiece of the City of London, the Financial Times, paid tribute to the small but humiliating defeat given by LaRouche's associate Claudio Giudici to EU puppet Prime Minister Mario Monti.