The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Unless the original Glass-Steagall Law of 1933 were re-enacted almost immediately, the general collapse of the U.S. financial system were imminent for some time during the remainder of this year, or even earlier. It would be a general collapse within the present trans-Atlantic system, with consequent effects which would, almost certainly, engulf the remainder of the planet’s surface.
Nearly 14 years after the fact, the murder of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed is once again grabbing headlines in Britain and around the world.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed in Memphis 43 years ago, when he went there to help the city's sanitation workers unionize their jobs. Neroboma went to Memphis today on behalf of a financial oligarchy whose policies are likely going to kill the jobs of 500 of the city's sanitation workers.
Your piece on ShimonPeres[footnote:1]http://zope.gush-shalom.org/home/en/channels/avnery/1305287487/[/footnote] set me smiling in a way which I am impelled to share with you. It was one of the most charming pieces of reporting I have read in a long time.
John Allison, former Chairman of BB&T, the mega bank holding company, used BB&T's Charitable Foundation to buy the curriculum at many universities, including four campuses of the Universtiy of North Carolina, by tying its grants to the condition that they include classes on Ayn Rand, the darling of the fascist Austrian School and many of the Tea Party whackos of the Ron and Rand Paul variety.
Rupert Murdoch's Fox TV News, the most widely viewed cable news network in the United States, featured EIR editor Jeff Steinberg on a panel of experts debating whether Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed were murdered, or victims of a drunk driving accident in Aug. 1997 in Paris.
Out of respect for the implications of the length of “When Governments Crumble,” I am producing a summary of the kernel of the argument on the subject of metaphor here
Although you may have slept right through it, last night the U.S. passed through a monetarist milestone, and has now gone beyond its official debt ceiling of $14.29 trillion. The event has triggered a Wall Street-stoked "panic" for austerity, with the administration determined to lead the pack.
Lyndon LaRouche said that he is very interested in recent developments in Great Britain which he characterized as a significant break.