The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
By Joanne McAndrews
Mankind is being confronted with the question “are we, as a species, morally fit to survive”?
With the global economic situation disintegrating day by day, and a British Empire driving the world to the brink of thermonuclear war, the question of our moral fitness and commitment to survive is a pertinent one.
Britain's Royal Institute for International Affairs denizens have put out the word that they will release next week a forecast of what they hope to bring about in Russia over the coming six years: its shattering, and even break-up.
Nuclear superpowers Russia and China are standing firm against the British-Obama demand for a re-run in Syria of NATO's 2011 "humanitarian" war against Libya, which left Libya in shambles, a new Al Qaeda safehaven. Both powers refused to attend the so-called "Friends of Syria" meeting in Tunisia today, and they are making it clear that they continue to coordinate policies in this crucial battle.
On Feb. 24, Friends of Syria, a front set up by the Riyadh-Doha-London-Washington coterie to topple Syria's al-Assad regime, will hold a conference in Tunis.
The Euro zone crisis is going "to bite us," and the remedy is go back to Glass-Steagall, the Seattle Times, editorialized today. This is not the first time this paper has pushed for the starting point for national survival.
On Feb. 21, former DIA Middle East analyst and retired colonel Pat Lang posted a call to action on his blog in defense of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey. "I anticipate a continuing attack on General Dempsey, the CJCS by AIPAC/Likud and their Zombie media clients," Lang wrote.
Another Tony Blair war is at hand. The first question raised at today's State Department briefing was a request for comments on the discussion that tomorrow's "Friends of Syria" meeting in Tunisia will issue a 72-hour ultimatum to Assad to initiate a ceasefire to allow humanitarian aid to be brought in.