The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
In 1932, after several years of continued devastation through policies of austerity and deflation, a desperate President Hoover turned to the proposal of a Reconstruction Finance Corporation to aid in saving the United States from collapse. The RFC was a powerful institution of credit, but one which Hoover failed to understand. Instead of building out of the collapse, Hoover threw money at the banks and the banks in turn threw that money into speculation, further devastating the nation.
With the 1933 inauguration of Franklin Roosevelt, this situation rapidly changed. Armed with the RFC, Roosevelt wielded the power of public credit to transform the United States.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Chairwoman of the Civil Rights Solidarity Party of Germany, gives a statement today on the accelerating meltdown of the entire European Fianancial system.
Lyndon LaRouche delivered the following address to a group of associates on the current world status: there are no conclusions, we are in a general breakdown crisis. Also discussion of Democrats turning on Obama, and the fall of the system of empire.
On Friday, April 27, 2012, Helga Zepp-LaRouche delivered a webcast titled, "Dialogue with Spain and Portugal On the Global Crisis and the Future of Europe." In the context of the impending collapse of the european system, which threatens the continued existence of the United States as well, we present to you the proceedings. Transcript Available
In this latest report, Anna Shavin provides a closer look at how FDR increased food production while keeping prices down during the greatest war mobilization in history. FDR's example is key to surviving an upcoming crisis in food, driven by speculation.
Protest signs are popping up in Madison, Wisconsin, and elsewhere, showing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker with a Hitler/Obama-style mustache. This is not only appropriate, but historically accurate, as the assault on the collective bargaining rights of public employees, is a replay of Hitler's destruction of the union movement in 1933.
Chris Landry of LPACTV interviews John Hoefle on the background behind Obama's recent proposal to reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. What's really going on here?
Hussein Askary develops the history of the current failed British run economic system, as the cause behind what you are seeing as the so called "Egyptian" crisis. Askary also takes the time to demonstrate that at every step of the way Lyndon LaRouche had provided the sane alternatives to this insane system that is now in it's final death throes.