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Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. writes that the insane decision "to launch a `stimulus' package for the U.S.A. economy, has committed the U.S.A. to its present entry into a new trajectory: that of a hyper-inflationary economic breakdown-crisis," comparable to that of 1923 Weimar Germany. Unless this trend in policy-shaping in process is stopped, there is no part of the world which would not be soon swept into a chain-reaction form of global hyper-inflationary collapse comparable to that of Europe's Fourteenth Century. But this threat could be stopped, if the kinds of U.S. emergency reforms which LaRouche has prescribed, are taken.
The LaRouche Youth Movement Basement Team shows that the hyperinflationary frenzy which engulfed Weimar Germany in the years immediately after World War I, is a dramatic example of what can happen to a nation when its productive capacity is destroyed, and it turns to the printing of money to try to preserve its economy.
Russia's Chief of Staff warned, in response to aggressive British-led efforts by Western nations to cut Russia down to size, that Russia reserves the right to conduct preventive war, including the use of nuclear weapons, if its sovereignty or that of its allies is under immediate threat.
Top Brass Hoodwinked by New CSIS Fraud
Helga Zepp-LaRouche deflates the outrageous tall tale, that the dramatic Jan. 21 drop in the world stock markets was caused by a lone swindler at a French bank. The truth is that the world monetary system is in a systemic crisis.
Europe's Sovereignty Threatened:
Italian Government Is Brought Down
Crisis Threatens a New Fascism
India, China Push for Greater Understanding
Behind Gore's Genocidal Fraud:
Why Baby Boomers Hate Science
Avowedly pro-British New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, with California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, have created a Mussolini-style front to implement fascist economics, as part of Bloomberg's "independent" effort to become President of the United States.
Schwarzenegger and Bloomberg:
`Soul-Mates' for Mussolini Fascism
Mussolini Program Was Model for Today's PPPs
It's the Economy, Stupid!
`A Time of Unexampled Prosperity':
The Great Mississippi Bubble
In 1819-20, the American writer, historian, and patriot, Washington Irving, set out to educate his fellow-citizens about the folly of succumbing to financial bubbles created by rampant speculation. He used the example of "The Great Mississippi Bubble" of 1719, which was created by English speculator John Law in France, whereby Law sent the French economy into a speculative mania of soaring interest rates and hyperinflation, based only on the promise of future land values in France's Louisiana Territory around America's Mississippi River, which left the nation in ruins when the bubble burst.
The South Sea Bubble
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.