The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The Obama Administration is telling the Europeans to hit the printing presses to save the bankrupt monetary system during the G7 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Marseille on Sept. 9. U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner warned European leaders that they had "a lot more to do" to "demonstrate to the world they have the political will" to protect Eurozone members.
President Obama not only didn't mention the Texas wildfires, or any other current disaster in the United States, during his so-called jobs speech, last night; when he was invited to see the wildfire damage in Texas earlier this year, he "declined" to visit the state.
The latest atrocity from the Brussels branch of the Empire appears in the form of remarks made by German EU Commissioner (for Energy) Guenter Oettinger, in the leading German mass-tabloid Bildzeitung today.
Yesterday morning, the North Carolina state convention of the AFL-CIO passed unanimously a resolution supporting H.R. 1489, Rep. Marcy Kaptur's (D-OH) "Return to Prudent Banking Act of 2011." The resolution cites the fact that the repeal of Glass-Steagall opened the door to the banking disaster of 2008, which was then followed by the bailout policy, which is bankrupting the U.S. economy.
In his weather report included in the Sept. 7 "While You Were Sleeping," LPAC-TV's Peter Martinson reported on a significant increase of Atlantic hurricanes and Ring of Fire earthquakes over recent weeks.
According to Die Welt online edition, Juergen Stark's resignation from the ECB caught German Chancellor Angela Merkel by surprise, as it did for the G7 finance and economics ministers gathered in Marseille, yesterday, who delayed the start of their meeting and decided to anticipate the final release in order to "calm the markets."
Over half of President Obama's "American Jobs Act," presented with much bombast Thursday night to a joint session of Congress, is an outright attack on FDR's signature program, Social Security — to be carried out in the guise of "tax cuts" in both employee and employer payroll taxes.
Two weeks before the 9/11 hijackings, a wealthy Saudi family who had been in contact with Mohamed Atta and others of the 9/11 hijackers, abrupty fled from their luxury home near Sarasota, Florida, according to a story by Anthony Summers and local reporter Dan Christensen, published in the Miami Herald on Sept. 7.
ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet lost control of his nerves today, when a journalist from the financial publication Boersenzeitung repeated statements issued by SPD chairman Sigmar Gabriel in the Bundestag (see slug) on the ECB as a "Bad Bank," adding that more and more people share Gabriel's views, and additionally, economists tell you privately that Germany should go back to the d-mark.