The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The G-20 finance ministers and central bank chiefs met Thursday ahead of the IMF meeting in Washington, and could come up with absolutely no suggestions on how to stop the global collapse now in process.
The day after the captains of the Titanic — Britain's Bank of England and the U.S.'s Federal Reserve — barked out their monthly hyper-inflationary instructions, the world financial system plunged further into the maelstrom.
As the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) finance ministers were meeting in Washington today, Britain and its followers within that outfit are pushing the BRICS to dump their developmental money into a sink hole, otherwise known as the Eurozone.
Obama's "Lightsquared" scandal surfaced on Sept. 8, when four-star Air Force Gen.
The creme-de-la creme of the international financial elite is descending on Washington, D.C. this week, for the annual meeting of the IMF-World Bank. They do so in an environment of utter panic and hysteria—panic and hysteria created by the death rattle of their global financial system, and by their own criminal incompetence to deal with it.
* "All signs of panic are there!"
The highlight of the first day, where candidate Kesha Rogers and Summer Shields, and LPAC organizer Ardena Jones, are intervening, was the Haiti caucus, which was packed with approximately 150 people, and into which both Kesha and Summer were able to "ask questions."
Public events in Berlin in which the BueSo intervened, have shown a clear shift in the public mood, from passive discontent and suffering under the policies of euro-bailouts, to anger and open revolt. The audience at two recent events was deeply upset, and in many cases loudly opposed any further bailouts.
The 41-member budgeting committee of the German parliament yesterday okayed the government's design for upgrading the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF), with the five members of the Linke party voting against.
For the second time in 16 months, the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology had Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan, and former NASA Administrator Mike Griffin on Capitol Hill, to speak about the future of the U.S. space program. Since the previous hearing, the Space Shuttle fleet has been retired, leaving the U.S.