May 26th 2012 • 1:24AM

This past weekend, the British press revealed that six months ago Blair privately advised Obama on how he could win his re-election, but this is just as dangerous as it is typical. Blair, the orchestrator of the "sexed up" intelligence that got us into the Iraq War, has his stamp on every evil Obama policy, and as long as Obama remains in office he will remain a destructive British tool.

10:09
March 27th 2012 • 1:46PM

As we are approaching the April 2nd, 30th anniversary of the Malvinas war between Britain and Argentina we've seen a political escalation around the question of Argentine sovereignty over the islands.

23:41
March 6th 2012 • 2:16PM

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.

56:42
April 4th 2012 • 8:00AM

Lyndon LaRouche sends his greetings to the Argentinian people and a message to all nations who wish to defy the system of empire once and for all and get on with the intended business of mankind: to be the rightful stewards of the planet and beyond.

8:20
March 24th 2012 • 8:20AM

Lyndon LaRouche sent the following pre-recorded video message to the March 20, 2012 conference on "A Nuclear World War Can Make Us Extinct; We Must Evolve to an Economy of the Noosphere," held in an auditorium of the Mexican Senate building in downtown Mexico City.

18:03
February 24th 2012 • 5:23PM

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.

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LPAC Weekly Report
May 4th 2011 • 4:46PM

Please see That Which Could Not Be Sustained for more background on the writing that Lyndon LaRouche cites at the beginning of the discussion.

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