The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Those were Lyndon LaRouche's words on Thursday, describing two of the latest fascist innovations to come from the Obama White House, Treasury Department, and Federal Reserve.
Roscosmos, the Russian Federal Space Agency, has developed a design for a nuclear-powered manned spacecraft, Agency director Anatoly Perminov announced to a national meeting of the commission on the modernization of the Russian economy in Moscow Oct. 27.
The Russian government has launched initiatives to expand cooperation and to have the Europeans, especially Italy and Germany, increase direct industrial investments in Russia.
China's national and international infrastructure construction is reaching into Nigeria and Japan in two agreements announced this week.
In early October, the city of Detroit received $15 million of Obama Stimulus cash, to help destitute homeowners pay their bills. Today, estimates are that the total amount of vacant land in Detroit would cover the city of Boston proper, and second only to post-Katrina New Orleans, nationally.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche kicked off a series of high-powered LaRouche international interventions, planned for the immediate days ahead, around the breakthrough developments on the Four Powers agreements, which included her and Lyndon LaRouche's participation in the recent Rhodes conference, and the Putin-Yakunin trip to China.
China, Russia, India, and other export-reliant economies want a stable U.S. dollar, but the "problem is not whether the U.S.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche will be giving an international webcast, today, titled "A New Credit System After Worldwide Bankruptcy Reorganization." The webcast will focus on the fact that in the wake of the recent German federal elections, the central point which the Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidaritat party had emphasized throughout the campaign period could not have been more clearly validated than now: that the financial system has been undergoing a fundamental phase shift; the system is hopelessly bankrupt, the debt is enormous, and not even the program of Draconian austerity measures planned by the new black-yellow government will eliminate it.
Appearing Oct. 27 in the commentary section of President Dmitri Medvedev's blog was an open letter from Victor Kuzin, a Moscow lawyer who was famous as a human rights activist in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
As the global financial system continues to disintegrate, the issue of regulatory reform is increasingly coming to the fore. Some of the people pushing for reform are serious about correcting abuses, while others are trying to hijack the reform process to actually prevent needed reforms.