The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Lyndon LaRouche Monday denounced President Barack Obama's "homicidal hypocrisy" in the strongest possible terms, following revelations that Al Qaeda has fully endorsed and joined the Western-led coalition to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power.
According to Russia Today, Russian lawmakers declared their unanimous support for Moscow's official position on Syria, which one Duma member says may have been infiltrated by foreign military.
Although it is expected that the Greek Parliament will pass the genocidal austerity measures which the British Empire demands be imposed on the Greek population, the population is being forced into resistance.
"Enough is enough!" said 89-year-old Manolis Glezos. "They have no idea what an uprising by the Greek people means. And the Greek people, regardless of ideology, have risen."
As follow-up to the discussion we've been having on thinking without words and of ideas existing beyond the senses generally, we've posted an article Thinking the Unseen, exploring the question of whether higher scientific thinking is visual.
It appears that what the NATO intervention in Libya, last year, and the overthrow and murder of Muammar Qaddafi has gained for the people of Libya and the Sahel region of Africa is chaos and violence. According to a Feb.
The growing pile of evidence of the intervention of Al Qaeda in Syria puts the lie to the assertion by the West that Assad has to be removed for humanitarian reasons, for the good of the Syria people. Al Qaeda was created as a joint project of the US, Britain, and the Saudis in the 1980s to be used against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan.
According to RIA Novosti news service, Vladimir Putin has written an article entitled Building Fairness, Social Politics for Russia, the full text of which will be released on Monday, in which he proposes a set of measures aimed to increase country's population from 142 million to 154 million people.
Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012
The Greek crisis continued today with the second day of a 48-hour general strike and demonstrations in Syntagma Square called by the country's two main unions, the General Confederation of Greek Labor (GSEE) and the Civil Servants Union (ADEDY).