The LaRouche Plan
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The Syrian government signed an agreement with the Arab League today in Cairo to allow teams of observers within Syria to help stop the violence, removing one of the pretexts being used by the British as an excuse for their intended Libya-style invasion to "protect civilians," as a stepping-stone towards global thermonuclear war.
Only one day after the last U.S. combat troops were withdrawn from Iraq (not counting the armed contract mercenaries left behind), the simmering Sunni-Shi'a tensions exploded — just as the British script had intended.
Yousuf Ali Waezi, advisor of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, has accused the British military in Afghanistan of being involved in the drug trade in Afghanistan, according to the Iranian news agency's German website german.irib.ir. In an interview with Iran's Press TV on Dec.
by Meghan Rouillard
At the end of LaRouche’s recent report “The Strategic Situation Now”, he discusses the fact that while knowledge does not come from the senses, they do serve an important provocative function. He refers, perhaps surprisingly in this context , to the case of Helen Keller:
Today, China's Foreign Ministry said it supported a new, draft resolution on Syria presented by Russia to the U.N. Security Council last week.
Speaking in an open forum in Israel today, former Israeli Mossad chief Meir Dagan denounced the idea of an early military strike against Iran by Israel as a danger for Israel and the world. "I made my opinion clear a while ago," Dagan told a conference on Iran's nuclear program and Israeli decision-making, held at the Netanya Academic College.
by Diane Sare
What do you do when the population is about to be wiped out by a catastrophe of which it is totally unaware?