From Helga Zepp-LaRouche

May 31st, 2010 • 9:05am

What does the escalating mass strike in the United States, against the Obama Administration's policies in the interest of London and Wall Street, have in common with German taxpayers' rage against the EU diktat and the forced "EU750 billion rescue package," and the increased debate about the failure of the euro?

May 24th, 2010 • 9:28am

That is just what could happen, since neither the U.S. Senate, nor the German Bundestag, nor the G20 countries have yet done anything to prevent it.

May 19th, 2010 • 4:13pm

The flipped-out reactions to the decision of the Bafin (Germany's bank supervisory agency), to ban naked short sales of stocks and state bonds, as well as naked Credit Default Swaps (CDS)—i.e. credit insurance without a real basis—should serve as confirmation to Chancellor Merkel, that the German government has done the right thing.

February 21st, 2010 • 12:11pm

Germany is in existential danger, in more ways than one. The French media report that Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), apparently for the first time, at the EU summit on Feb. 11 in Brussels, abandoned her previous resistance to the establishment of a European economic government.

February 12th, 2010 • 10:00am

The EU-Summit in Brussels has done absolutely nothing to avert the looming collapse of the Euro-system. The demand, that Greece should reduce its 2010 budget by 4%, repeats the error of the austerity policy of Bruening and cannot in any event be realized in the face of the massive resistance. The question of who should pay for the refinancing of the Greek debt (the German taxpayer, naturally) was postponed due to the explosiveness of the question until Feb. 15-16. Unashamedly in contrast was the announcement of van Rompuy, that with immediate effect the European Council should be responsible for the economic policy, budget plans, structural reform plans and measures regarding climate change(!).

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