LaRouche Democrats Call
Emergency Meetings on NAWAPA,
Glass-Steagall, and Ousting Obama
Jan. 4, 2011 (EIRNS)Determined to stop the dance of death between the fascist Obama Administration and the incoming fascist Republicans in the U.S. Congress in its tracks, the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee (LaRouche PAC) has called a series of emergency meetings for January, with the intent of ramping up its mobilization for the only solutions to the desperate economic crisis: ousting Obama, re-instituting Glass-Steagall, and launching the North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA).
Two meetings will be held Jan. 8. One will be in the Army Corp of Engineers Bay Model Conference Room in Sausalito, California, where the all-day discussion will focus on "The Extended NAWAPA: The Next 50 Years." Speakers will present NAWAPA as "a science driver for the rapid development and technological upgrading of the entire world," and put it in the context of the immediate political steps that must be taken in order to launch it, including the removal of Barack Obama by the 25th Amendment. More information about the meeting is available here.
The second Jan. 8 meeting will take place at 2:00 p.m. in Boston, featuring Rachel Brown, the LaRouche Democratic candidate who tore the mask off Barney Frank in the 2010 Democratic primary for the 4th District of Massachusetts, and has declared again for 2012. Brown will address the full LaRouche plan agenda from the standpoint of the principles she put forward in that campaign: the urgency of stopping the bailouts and implementing Glass-Steagall, and of taking the moral stance that "we will allow not one single life to be lost to save money."
On Jan. 15, both Brown and LaRouche Democratic Congressional candidate for New Jersey, Diane Sare, will address an emergency town hall meeting at the Holiday Inn in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey. The two candidates will present LaRouche's four-point program for bringing the United States out of a Dark Age. More information about the meeting is available here.