The third question from the October 25th webcast.
Europeans in leading economic positions have called for such nations as France and Germany to return to national currencies. These proposals, however, are different from our movement’s program for physical economic development, which employs sovereign currencies. Can you clarify this problem?
The second question from the October 4th webcast.
We are looking at a General breakdown crisis. While the government has been shut down, Obama decided to meet with the CEOs of the largest banks. The number one issue for Wall St. is fear and loathing of Glass-Steagall, and an insatiable addiction to Quantitative Easing.
The first question from the October 4th webcast.
You have issued a statement on the deeper economic and financial collapse, and the need to restore Glass-Steagall, in the context of the showdown over the government shutdown, and Obamacare.
Can you provide us with your assessment of the real economic and financial crisis, which most people in Congress are avoiding?
The second question from the September 27th webcast.
The Standard of living has collapsed, especially since 9/11, and Quantitative Easing, and Wall St. bailouts.
The second question from the September 6th webcast, what is your response to the attempt to put in Larry Summers, one of the great opponents of Glass-Steagall, as Federal Reserve Chairman?
The possibility of losing an entire language culture-- our own-- has driven our English kin to action, and it ought to drive us in the United States to the same end. As Mr. LaRouche identifies over the course of this week's discussion with the Slate, the continued degeneration of the youth generations will mean death to our civilization.