The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Anton Chaitkin, history director for Executive Intelligence Review and author of Treason In America, traces the destructive effects of the system of political parties, from George Washington's famous warning through Andrew Jackson, the Civil War, the betrayal of FDR's legacy, and up through the present day. Chaitkin is also the author of "Andrew Jackson: A Treason Project", available here.
Question and answer session of Friday's press conference titled "Benghazi 9/11 · Obama's Impeachable Crimes" The press conference was keynoted by Lyndon LaRouche with an in-depth presentation by Jeffrey Steinberg.
*Please note: Due to technical difficulties, the audio throughout the Q&A is inconsistent.
Lyndon LaRouche's keynote to today's historic press conference on the impeachable crimes of Barack Obama, held at The National Press Club, Washington, D.C.
Lyndon LaRouche recorded this presentation for the Second International Conference on Fundamental Questions of Sustained Development in the System of Nature-Society-Man, which took place at Dubna University, Moscow Region, Russia, on October 29-30, 2012.
Jeff Steinberg's in-depth presentation on Obama's Benghazi 9/11 at Friday's historic press conference, keynoted by Lyndon LaRouche, held at the National Press Club, Washington , D. C.
The Benghazi tragedy draws dramatic attention to the criminal failure of Obama, but the real cover-up is that of the Anglo-Saudi terror apparatus that threatens the entire planet with general warfare if this president is not removed from office immediately. Watch Part I and Part II
The human species has dramatically changed its mode of life over the past thousands of years, while no animal species has done so. Understanding that quality which sets us apart (called by such names as "intelligence," "reason," "rational thought," or sometimes, simply "language") is not a question for idle philosophers: it is a key political question in our time.
President Obama lied to the American people saying that the bailout was necessary. It was not. When he came into the presidency confronting a crisis worse than the great depression, he continued the bailout policy and refused to enact the only law that would have prevented the further disintegration of the United States, the Glass-Steagall policy.