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By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "At present, the popular, but utterly incompetent notion, among professed socialists and others, that the U.S.A. `is the world's leading imperialism today,' is not only an utterly wrong idea, but a belief which could be presently suicidal in actual practice for nations such as the U.S.A., Russia, and others, today. Nonetheless, that wrong idea is a belief among many leading economists, statesmen, throughout the world, who cling stubbornly to the notion of American imperialism, still today. Thus, the world is presently menaced by the effects upon the credulous, of that strategic delusion, the delusion that it is the U.S.A., rather than the British Empire's Anglo-Dutch Liberal system, which is, uniquely, the dominant, actually imperialist strategic force operating throughout the planet today. Indeed, each of the impassioned haters of the U.S.A. among even our citizens, and others abroad, even leading political figures, is a product of the fact that they are virtually, either unwitting, or more or less witting British agents against our United States, whether they are able to grasp that fact, or not. A similar delusion is met among many in Russia, still today."
The planned Nov. 15 meeting on monetary matters with Bush et al. would be more like a Mad Hatter's Tea Party than a serious conference. But the fact that a meeting on the New Bretton Woods is occurring at all, reflects serious international momentum toward the only competent proposal: that of Lyndon LaRouche.
A 1998 article by Lyndon LaRouche.
Philippines Congress Weighs
Re-Opening the Never-Used Bataan Nuclear Plant
Touring the Bataan Plant
Malaysia: The Developing Nations
Must Go Nuclear
By biochemist Mohd Peter Davis of the Universiti Putra Malaysia.
Unable to come to grips with reality, bankers, their regulators, and governments are rushing headlong down the path of Weimar Germany-style hyperinflation and Mussolinistyle corporatist fascism.
For Mexico, It's the
Northwest Hydraulic Plan—or Chaos
A Bill of Materials:
How Much Do We Need from the PLHINO;
How Much Does the PLHINO Need from Us?
Economic Potential vs. Cost-Benefit
India Begins Its Journey to the Moon
Health Care: Mental Health Issues
Plague Combat Vets
Roosevelt's Response to the `Banking Crisis':
How FDR Asserted the Power of
Government over Wall Street
Instead of bowing to pressure for a bailout of financial paper or "injections of liquidity" into a frozen banking system, President Franklin D. Roosevelt went right at the power of the financier oligarchy which had brought on the crisis in the first place. To accomplish this, he asserted the power of the Constitution over banking and finance, while taking steps to recreate a locally based system for the distribution of governmentissued credit to get the economy moving again.