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Volume 38, Number 32, August 19, 2011

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The Time Is Now: The Only Solution Is To Fire Obama; Restore Glass-Steagall  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In reflecting on his discussion with a group of diplomats in Washington last week, Lyndon LaRouche stated that they, but not only they, have no comprehension of what the world situation is today; that they are all trapped in a fantasy-land, characterized by a gross underestimation of the crisis which faces humanity now.

A Mission for Two Generations: We Are Now the Only Hope for Humanity as a Whole  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In his address to a private luncheon in Washington Aug. 10, LaRouche reviewed the depth of the crisis we face; the issue is whether the solutions available will be accepted. This now becomes the mission of two generations: his own, the fast disappearing World War II generation, and the young generation; the Baby Boomers, who, as a generation, have shown themselves unfit to take responsibility.

The Pact of the Human Soul, Part 2  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and Alicia Cerretani

A video discussion between Lyndon LaRouche and LPAC-TV editor Alicia Cerretani on Aug. 9.

International

Breakdown Crisis Out of Control: Urgent Appeal for a Global Glass-Steagall System  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The chaos that now afflicts Euroland will not be solved by tinkering with monetarist solutions. Helga Zepp-LaRouche insists that nothing less than dumping the casino economy and adoption of a two-tier banking system, à la Glass-Steagall, will work.

Horn of Africa Food Crisis an Avoidable Crime against Humanity  

by Douglas DeGroot

The shocking reports and images of the horrendous conditions in Somalia and throughout the Horn don’t tell half the story. With 12 million of people at risk, immediate aid is required. But the truth is that the crisis is man-made, and can still be reversed.

Will Obama Support an Attack on Sudan?  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

After securing its split-up of the country, anti-Sudan forces, both inside and outside the U.S. government, have gone into overdrive, agitating for the overthrow of the Bashir government.

A French Mayor Views the Financial Crisis  

by Daniel Heydt

Daniel Heydt, mayor of the village of Bellange, gave this speech to the Schiller Institute conference in Rüsselsheim, Germany July 3.

Economics

U.S. Harvest Preview: Under Obama, Huge Losses of Both Food and Farming  

by Marcia Merry Baker

From the Texas cattle ranches, to the cornfields of Iowa, to the grain-producing regions of Europe, the reality is clear: We face world famine, thanks to decades of monetarism, globalization, and the obstruction of agro-industrial development.

Indiana NFU Tells Congress: Enact H.R. 1489 To Revive Glass-Steagall  

by James Benham

State leaders of the National Farmers Union and other farm leaders are calling on Congress to enact “The Return to Prudent Banking Act.”

National

There Is a Growing Drumbeat for Obama’s Ouster  

Kentucky State Senator Perry Clark’s call for President Obama “to step down or face impeachment” highlights the anti-Obama offensive which is now resonating throughout the country.

AFL-CIO Endorses Glass-Steagall Bill  

The 9/11 Coverup Is Unraveling  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Ramtanu Maitra

As the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon approaches, the decade-long coverup of the actual authorship of the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history is beginning to unravel.

Happy Birthday, Dear Amelia!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche commemorates the 100th birthday of “the rich, and good life” of Amelia Boynton Robinson, the grand old lady of the American Civil Rights movement.

Science

The Fraud of Anthropogenic Climate Change  

by Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert

Professor Ewert of addressed the Schiller Institute conference in Rüsselsheim, Germany, July 2.

Editorial

Forty Years Later: August 15, 1971  

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