The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
We present here an interview conducted in 1992, between EIR's Jeff Steinberg, and Col. Fletcher Prouty (Ret.), covering a wide area of Col. Prouty's expertise, from covert CIA operations around the globe, and the coverup of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Dennis Mason sits down with EIR's Paul Gallagher to discuss the differences in approach under FDR, versus the bail-in crime of today.
With an empire driving to stop the progress of man, the threat of thermonuclear war has been put squarely on the table. To defeat the threat of war, we must defeat the principle of empire and unleash the progress of man.
Trailer for the interview with Lebanese-American Poet and Author, Khaled Fayyad. The British have not only setup and continued to run extremist terrorist groups in Southwest Asia, but Fayyad also discusses some of the most current operations in the region, including Libya, Syria, and Iran.
On Tuesday, April 30, Leandra Bernstein and Alicia Cerretani interviewed American expert of International Law, Prof. Francis Boyle on both the war and economic crimes against humanity the Obama Administration and those that run that administration are committing. Here we feature a 30 minute segment of the interview (MP3), the full hour long interview and its audio file can be found here.
This interview was conducted to provide additional ammunition in the fight to release the redacted 28 pages of the 2004 Congressional findings published in the 9/11 Congressional Inquiry, pages suppressed by both the Bush and Obama administrations for strictly political reasons.
An LPACTV interview with Lebanese-American poet and author, Khaled Fayyad. The British have not only set up and continued to run extremist terrorist groups in Southwest Asia, but Fayyad also discusses some of the most current operations in the region, including in Libya, Syria, and Iran.
As the crisis in the Trans-Atlantic economies intensifies, London's time frame to detonate thermonuclear war is quickly shrinking. Fundamentally against the idea that their world standing can be replaced by a Pacific-centered orientation, the British see Russian Prime Minister Putin's likely victory in the upcoming March 4 Russian Presidential election very undesirable.