The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
On October 1st, 2013, President of the Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche interviewed Dr. Katherine Alexander-Theodotou and Neil Skinner, on the Cyprus Bail-in, the collapse in Europe and of the Euro, and the needed, remedial policies. Presented here with permission from the Schiller Institute.
The food supply crisis that we face as a nation, is the official policy of the Obama administration, and is only one of several existential and unresolved threats we face in the days and weeks ahead.
As the rate of collapse outpaces the rate of hyper-inflationary bailout, the British monetary system is moving closer and closer to war. Our Alternative to destroy this failed system once and for all with Glass-Steagall must be implemented immediately.
And while the situation, which is changing by the hour in the Mediterranean is extremely serious, the more competent and serious world leaders recognize that the British are the ones that have the most to lose in this situation and to the degree that the United States does not oppose their efforts and instead tries to work out a compromise with a virtual corpse, the whole planet could very well go
The remarks delivered by Mr. LaRouche at a private D.C. luncheon last Wednesday have reverberated across the planet and have become the leading analysis among leading circles.
The "business model" approach to the so-called fiscal cliff will be worse than the Greek Troika model. Say no to austerity. Reinstate Glass-Steagall before the new fiscal year!
Lyndon LaRouche issued the following remarks regarding the breaking developments coming out of Britain and their proposal that the United States join them in establishing a classical Glass-Steagall banking reorganization of the transatlantic financial system immediately. For more on LaRouche's response, click here.
The means Obama used to ram through the "deficit bill", the Budget Control Act, is parallel to the process by which Hitler established his dictatorship. Is this the past repeating itself? No - today it is much worse.