The third and final question from the November 15th webcast.
The second question from the October 25th webcast.
Harley Schlanger interviewed Detroit School Board President Lamar Lemmons and Bill Roberts, member of the LPAC Policy Committee on Saturday, August 3, where both gave an update on the situation in Detroit, including the push by the banks to fast track the bankruptcy of the city.
An MP3 of the interview can be found here.
The first question from the October 25th webcast.
Can the U.S. forge a new Southwest Asia strategy, collaborating with Iran, China, Russia, and India? Will that end the Sykes-Picot agreement? How do you envision such an achievement?
The seventh and final question from the October 4th webcast.
What can be done to hasten the present disintegration of the British empire, as expressed, e.g., in Gambia’s leaving the Commonwealth?
Kesha Rogers, two-time Democratic nominee for the 22nd congressional district of Texas, gives an on the ground report from Texas where a LaRouchePAC 4th of July float won 1st prize, featuring a host of patriotic American leaders singing songs, at the same time carrying QEII and her consort in tow.
The world is operating as if on a tightrope, and although Jacques Cheminade is one candidate in one nation among many of the world, his actions for a Glass-Steagall for Europe, and the creation of a credit system, toward multi-generational physical development, are part of what could be a new future for mankind in a world of sovereign republics.