The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Russia dismissed the new Western sanctions targeting Iran's financial and energy sectors as "unacceptable," warning, yesterday, that such measures would hurt the chances of renewing talks with Tehran over its nuclear program.
by Meghan Rouillard
On Wednesday, November 16, Alicia Cerretani and I attended a hearing of the Senate's Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard on "continued innovation in weather forecasting and prediction." Two senators, Mark Begich from Alaska (D) and Olympia Snowe from Maine (R) chaired the event, asking questions to two separate panels featuring people from NOAA, The Weather Channel, members of the US Coast Guard, and a few people from the private sector who have partnered with federal agencies on different technologies.
Several prominent Democratic Party-linked voices have weighed in over the past 24 hours on the insanity of President Obama and the need to remove him from office. On Sunday, Nov. 20, Chris Matthews, one of the earliest and most obnoxious of the Obama groupies, made a public break with the President, during an MSNBC interview with Alex Witt.
"Saif Qaddafi Arrest Could Prove Embarrassing for Tony Blair," Britain's Daily Telegraph headlined a Nov. 20 story on the arrest of Qaddafi's "most trusted son," Saif. And not just Blair, the paper noted, but Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, too, was among the "host of high profile British figures who struck up a relationship with the Qaddafi regime."
In late Summer 1977, I had committed myself to what was to be later named “A Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)” by President Ronald Reagan...
by Kesha Rogers
The lies and planted intelligence embraced in the latest IAEA report that brought the world to the edge of the British-planned global thermonuclear war are unraveling, but that only puts the British Empire into a more intensified attack mode. New direct steps against Iran by the United Kingdom amount to a declaration of economic warfare, coupled a new round of satellite-imagery scare stories.
Since last summer's discovery of the Stuxnet worm targetting the Iranian nuclear centrifuges, the world has entered an eerie twilight zone, not unlike that of the "mutually assured destruction" days of nuclear weapons. Stuxnet was the first digital weapon which targetted physical infrastructure — as opposed to video games or movies — through attacking their digital control systems.
There are splits emerging in the so-called Syrian opposition on several fronts. Col. Riad al-Asaad, the defective Syrian Air Force Colonel, based in Turkey, who runs the Free Syria Army, came out denying that his people fired the rockets on the Ba'ath Party headquarters in Damascus over the weekend.