The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
At precisely the point it became clear last week that the latest Euro Summit insanity was going to produce nothing that the British could take to the bank, their minions at the Federal Reserve jumped back into action with urgent calls for liquidity pumping from this side of the Atlantic.
Today the Occupy Wall Street mass strike movement continued into its sixth week, showing no signs of letting up. As overnight temperatures dip toward freezing in New York City, organizers are stocking up on sleeping bags, long underwear and sweaters.
Although the motion calling for a British national referendum on EU membership was voted down in the House of Commons 483 to 111 yesterday evening, the issue will only get bigger. Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron — who himself had attacked former Labour PM Gordon Brown for sneaking off to sign the Lisbon Treaty in December 2007 — faced the biggest MP revolt of his government so far.
A British-orchestrated regional war in the Horn of Africa is being whipped up, one side of which will be run by Obama. He announced Oct. 14 that he was sending American military personnel into the region. Early this morning, a hand grenade was thrown into a Nairobi discotheque, injuring 14.
Drone warfare is "dishonorable... It's the worst kind of war, a frightening new enterprise that we've embraced, celebrate, and laugh about. But there's something dishonorable about it. It's the aerial equivalent of roadside IEDs," former U.S. Army Special Operations paratrooper and Afghanistan war veteran D.G. Grady wrote in an article published in The Atlantic on Oct. 21.
Jacques Cheminade's campaign is beginning to get some media visibility, since the launching of the campaign on October 15. The TV channel that was present and filmed throughout that event, Canal Plus, aired a 90-minute segment Oct. 23 at 12:45.
"There has been a drift away from civilization," is the first sentence in an Oct. 22 article entitled, "Trial, Thank You - Also for Mass Murderers," by David Rehling. "The New Yorker has since been able to reveal that U.S. Special Forces were instructed not to try to capture bin Laden, but only to murder him.
Ceremonies were held in four locations in South Korea on Oct. 22 to mark the formal completion of President Lee Myung-Bak's four-rivers restoration project. The set of individual projects had the management of water resources as its primary purpose, and was pushed through by the efforts and will of President Lee.