The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The American people had opportunities, even as recently as over the past five years, to put a stop to the slide into collapse...
Denunciations of Barack Obama's so-called recess appointments as unconstitutional continue today. One of the most pungent of these was published in the New York Post under the titled above. Excerpts from the editorial follow:
So much for the separation of powers and the carefully calibrated system of checks and balances that are hallmarks of the US constitutional system.
Nerobama, himself, appeared in the Pentagon briefing room this morning, to announce his new imperial war plan for the world, the result of strategic review that has been in process for the past several months, and will be used as guidance to form the Pentagon budget for the next several years.
In light of the report on the expected shortage of seeds for the Spring planting of corn and sorghum, Lyndon LaRouche's comments during the Weekly Report on Dec. 28 are highly relevant. As LaRouche said today, no one has a right to determine who gets to eat and who does not. What follows are excerpts from LaRouche's comments on this subject during that Weekly Report:
"We were all involved in the death of John Kennedy. We tolerated hate; we tolerated the sick stimulation of violence in all walks of life; and we tolerated the differential application of law, which said that a man's life was sacred only if we agreed with his views."
-Martin Luther King, Jr., Why We Can't Wait (1963)
In a bare-it-all article with the Veterans Today online website, Wayne Madsen,a Washington DC-based syndicated columnist, citing an unnamed eastern European intelligence source, pointed out that CIA, MI6, and the drug-legalizers' strongest proponent, George Soros, are funding the Russian protestors alleging vote fraud in the December Russian parliamentary elections.
VIPS issued the following memorandum to Obama on Jan. 4:
As retired professionals with collectively hundreds of years of experience in intelligence, foreign policy, and counterterrorism, we are concerned about the gross misrepresentation of facts being bruited about to persuade you to start another war.
Devastating drought in both Argentina and Mexico is wiping out vital crops and cattle in both countries, augering price increases and hunger, and in Argentina's case, major shortages in the world supply of corn and soy.
Shortages of seed for Spring planting of corn and sorghum (milo) are a big concern now among farmers and state agriculture extension services in the Plains.