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Volume 38, Number 39, October 7, 2011

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LaRouche Emergency Address: Trans-Pacific Alliance Can Re-Launch Bankrupt Economy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s response, in a webcast Sept. 30, to the “Russian surprise”—the announcement that Vladimir Putin would stand for election as President, and that the London-controlled Finance Minister Kudrin was out on his ears. Given the current, imminent collapse of the global economy, an orientation toward the trans-Pacific region is now in order, said LaRouche, combined with the immediate removal of Obama from office. This will clear the way for the reinstatement of Glass-Steagall, and adoption of a credit system, as elaborated in the discussion with members of the LPAC Basement Team that followed.

A Status Report: Russia and China: Develop the Far East  

by Michelle Fuchs

Based on an LPAC-TV presentation of Sept. 30, Michelle Fuchs of the Basement Team reviews some of the major projects underway in Eurasia.

China Takes Step Toward Permanent Space Station  

by Marsha Freeman

Arctic Conference: ‘Territory of Dialogue’  

National

An Impeachable Offense: Obama’s Summary Execution of U.S. Citizen Anwar al-Awlaki  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Edward Spannaus

As more details emerge about the extra-Constitutional execution of a U.S. citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki, and the death of a second American, Samir Khan, by a CIA drone attack in Yemen on Sept. 30, the urgent issue of President Obama’s impeachment takes center stage.

Campaign for NAWAPA Hits Pennsylvania  

by Diane Sare

A breakthrough LaRouche PAC Town Hall Meeting was held on Sept. 24, just north of Valley Forge in Pennsylvania, featuring two LaRouche Congressional candidates.

Economics

Why London Finds Argentina ‘Odious’  

by Dennis Small and Cynthia R. Rush

The British Empire has never forgiven Argentina for unilaterally defaulting on its debt in December 2001, imposing a 75% “haircut” on the vulture fund bondholders that had been looting the country for decades—and for achieving record economic growth after that. To London’s terror, the word “Argentina” is now on the lips of everyone in Greece.

Documentation: Fernández: Argentina’s Best Fuel Is Its People  

Argentina: There Is Life After Default  

by Cynthia R. Rush

A brief history of Argentina’s courageous—and successful—resistance against the IMF/World Bank hit men.

LaRouche’s Seven Necessary Steps: Step Five: National Mobilization for the Construction of NAWAPA  

by Tony Papert

The original plans for NAWAPA were developed alongside those for the space program and for civilian nuclear power, into the years of the aborted Kennedy Administration.

Small Projects Won’t Work  

International

German Bundestag Betrays Nation: Ignoramuses Plan for Weeks; Russia, China for a Century  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

When the German parliament voted up the expansion of the EFSF euro bailout facility, few had even a vague idea of the actual sums involved, writes Helga Zepp-LaRouche. But while Europe is heading deeper into hyperinflation, Russia and China are paving the way for real economic expansion.

Interview: Dr. Ghada Karmi: Is Palestine’s UN Bid the Final Chance for a ‘Two-State Solution’?  

by Michele Steinberg

“I have earnestly sought to persuade the international community that there really is no way forward,” for the Israel-Palestine conflict, Dr. Karmi told EIR, “unless we return the people of Palestine who were expelled, to live together with the current community in Israel, and the two of them to share the land.”

Science

Astronauts Ask Congress: Does America Want a Real Space Program, or Not?  

by Bonnie James

Testimony by America’s veteran Apollo astronauts Neil Armstrong and Gene Cernan Sept. 22 to a House committee, confronted members of Congress, by contrasting the “can-do” leadership of President Kennedy, to the “been there, done that” attitude of the Obama White House. Nothing less than the future of the U.S.A., and its upcoming generations, is at stake.

Documentation: ‘Shoot for the Moon; Even if You Miss, You’ll Land Among the Stars’  

Editorial

Economics as Human Science  

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