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Volume 39, Number 5, February 3, 2012

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LPAC-TV Weekly Report: The Economics of Extinction and the Principle of Progress  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Sky Shields, and Ben Deniston

Lyndon LaRouche introduced the Jan. 26 Weekly Report with the following words: “This is going to be a very unusual experience for most people viewing this business, because there is a scientific principle of great importance involved in this whole program, and that will become clear at the close of the presentations.” Sky Shields then laid out an agenda: “the texture of economic time”: “What exactly is the ontology of these key developmental processes, that are shared in common between overall human development, economic development, and the creative anti-entropic development of the universe as a whole.” Ben Deniston then proposed, “the first step is to just immediately state outright that you’re looking at the development of the biosphere system as a whole, looking at the question of what’s actually governing that process.”

Economics

The Worst Idea Since Brüning: EU Deal on Anniversary of Hitler’s Seizure of Power  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The present course of Western policy is leading to a thermonuclear World War III or a global depression, unless we build a society truly worthy of mankind.

Who Is To Blame for the Killer Drought Ravaging Mexico and Southern U.S.?  

by Dennis Small

“Natural disaster,” or the deliberate genocide policy of the British imperial financial establishment? Dennis Small shows that Mexico is now being given the Haiti treatment, as 2.5 million Mexicans are threatened with starvation, unless immediate steps are taken to avert the crisis.

Russians Propose Moon- Mars Program, Arctic Development, with U.S.  

International

Zepp-LaRouche: Let Us Work for the Common Aims of Mankind  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Speaking to a private luncheon in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 25, Helga Zepp-LaRouche stated that, “mankind is presently confronted with two existential crises, which we have to solve if there is to be the continued existence of civilization in the form we have known it so far”: the financial disintegration of the global monetary system; and the danger of a global thermonuclear third world war.

Obama’s Asia Deployments: ‘World War III Could Start from Here’  

by William Jones

President Obama’s Made-in-London decision to “pivot” U.S. military might from Southwest Asia to the Asia-Pacific region continues to generate great uncertainty and anxiety, especially in China.

The Empire Puts Russia and China in Its Immediate Line of Fire  

The British intention is to force Russia and China to bend to their will, or to use their puppet Obama to proceed to a thermonuclear confrontation.

Will Nigeria Become a Tsunami for Africa?  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

The Continent’s most populous nation is currently being ripped apart by economic strife and irregular warfare.

National

Would You Trust These Bozos with Our Endangered Planet?  

by Nancy Spannaus

Recent warnings of a major earthquake on the West Coast of the United States, and the total repudiation of a competent scientific outlook by every declared candidate for the Presidency, leaves the LaRouche Slate of Six candidates for Congress to provide the leadership that the country so desperately needs and wants.

Investigation

Destabilizing Russia: The ‘Democracy’ Agenda of McFaul and His Oxford Masters  

by Rachel Douglas

The new U.S. ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, has pursued a narrow ideological agenda throughout his career. It is not an American agenda, Rachel Douglas reports, but a British one: “the cynical cultivation of ‘democratic’ movements for geopolitical purposes, all the way up to and including the overthrow of governments deemed uncooperative with recent decades’ globalization agenda.”

The Color Revolutions  

Outrage at McFaul’s Undiplomatic Agenda  

Editorial

The Biosphere vs. Obama  

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