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In a panic over President Obama's failure to ram through a Nazi health-care "reform," the British media are carrying out a campaign to save London's grip over the White House. The single biggest cause of the hysteria from British quarters is the fact that Lyndon LaRouche has been publicly identified as the catalyst of the revolt against the Obama White House. Jeffrey Steinberg reports.
The lies about recovery are designed to keep U.S. creditors on the hook, so the whole house of cards won't crash. The money-pumping of the massive bailout is putting enormous hyperinflationary pressure on the dollar, which is worrying China, Japan, and other nations.
The Evil Intention of Evidence-Based Medicine
Herd on the Street The Undisclosed Location
By Helga Zepp-LaRouche.
Rosa Luxemburg and LaRouche's Triple Curve
Lyndon LaRouche has often identified the Polish revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg's 1913 book, The Accumulation of Capital, as providing the appropriate starting point for understanding the origins of the general global economic breakdown crisis, currently in progress. Matthew Odgen of the LaRouche Youth Movement takes a fresh look.
No End In Sight: Obama Policy
Will Kill Many More U.S. Troops in Afghanistan
President Obama, has decided to invest more money and firepower in a no-win war in Afghanistan. His new commander, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, a special ops veteran, is known for his ruthlessness toward the enemy, but is weak on strategy. More lives were lost in June and July than any other similar period, since the war in Afghanistan began in 2001.
White House Talks `Recovery';
States and Citizenry in Desperation
When Americans Fought for Iran's Sovereignty
Part 1, by Dean Andromidas. An in-depth examination of the brilliant, but little-known efforts, of the American William Morgan Shuster, and his allies in the administration of President William Howard Taft, to aid the Persian nationalists, in 1911, to drive the imperial powers, Britain, Russia, and France, out of their nation, and to establish a constitutional republic.