While France has been hit by five horrendous terror attacks since the beginning of 2015, and brutal attacks have occurred in the same time frame in more than 30 countries (often more than once) in Europe, Asia, the United States, and Africa—the reality of the terrorist threat has now been experienced firsthand in Germany, with the attacks in Wuerzburg and Munich,1Nine Germans were massacred in a Munich shopping area on July 22 by an 18-year-old German-Iranian....read more
Bloody mass killings now fill the headlines on a daily basis in every part of the "advanced sector" nations. It is a symptom of a dying culture. While millions are driven from their homes in Southwest Asia by Obama's policy of perpetual "regime change" wars, and as the media in the West hypes Obama's lie that Russia and China are "aggressors" run by dictators who must be confronted militarily, the population is told to join in the Roman Circus of the political conventions, and unite behind leaders who offer only more economic destruction and global warfare. But the brainwashing is falling...read more
Interesting comments on both sides of the Atlantic over the weekend reflected the increasing likelihood of the restoration of the Glass-Steagall principle in the near future — critical for the future of the trans-Atlantic economies. The leading financial newspaper on the European continent, Handelsblatt, published an article by its Washington correspondent July 22 expressing the increasing force of Glass-Steagall: "Separate What Does Not Belong Together," meaning separate deposit/lending banking from securities speculation....read more
Lyndon and Helga LaRouche address a Seattle-area conference, July 23, 2016. Since the “Brexit” vote, the breakdown of the transatlantic system has accelerated, with the bankruptcy of Deutsche Bank as the greatest signal of this impending doom. Europe, the United States, and other nations of the transatlantic now have only one option: to join the new paradigm of “win-win” cooperation, expressed by the interconnected projects of the New Silk Road (One Belt, One Road) and the Eurasian Economic Union. If the United States and Europe do not choose to work with the leading nations of Eurasia,...read more
The London-Wall Street banking system is heading into a crash, and the fundamental cause is the complete stagnation of economic growth, but particularly of productivity, in the European and U.S. economies.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew disgraced his office in the G20 meeting just ended in China, when he called on other countries to do everything possible to increase their economic growth, but said that the U.S. economy needs no new measures of credit or investment. American economic growth is so low, Lew needs to use European zero-growth to puff himself up. China — whose economic...read more