We Must Adopt the Four Laws
July 9, 2014 • 9:32AM

In discussions yesterday afternoon, Lyndon LaRouche stressed that the entire trans-Atlantic banking system is not far from bankruptcy, and that the British Empire's system is rapidly disintegrating. Now is when we have to move intensely on the adoption of the four laws to bring about economic recovery, LaRouche said, because the blowout could come up on very short notice.

Any who doubt that evaluation, or think they have time for a summer reprieve, should look again at LaRouche's triple-curve function, and the fact that the financial aggregates component of that process is careening out of control at a 20% annual growth rate, and is about to break the $2 quadrillion barrier. To keep that speculative cancer on life support, the European Central Bank has now added to the Federal Reserve's continuing quantitative easing, its own fabrication of funny-money for the bankrupt European banks at the rate of $1.36 trillion per year—more than one-third more than the Fed's quantitative easing binge at its height under Ben Bernanke, which was "only" $1 trillion per year. Is it any wonder that London bankers are nervously recalling the May 1931 blowout of Austria's Credit-Anstalt bank, which rang in the Great Depression?

But as the trans-Atlantic system sinks, and as the British Empire tries to drag the world down with it by "bailing-in" (to their graves) 6 billion out of 7 billion people on the planet, more and more nations are simply saying "no" and are drawing up survival plans. Russia and China are leading the Asia-Pacific region in that direction, with much discussion underway about how to establish a BRICS development bank and related contingency fund. If that planning follows the principles set forth in LaRouche's proposed four laws, it will work. If it does not, and settles for a more "pragmatic" approach, it will be easy prey for British manipulation.

Argentina's escalating brawl with the Empire's vulture funds has placed the issue of finally and permanently defeating the British Empire, squarely on the agenda, especially for us here in the United States, where the decisive battle will have to be fought. The 1902 Drago Doctrine which Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jaua brought to the July 3 OAS debate of the Argentine case, was not only described by Drago himself as a "financial corollary of the Monroe Doctrine;" it was widely applauded and supported across the United States at the time.

Moreover, at that same OAS meeting, Guyana's Minister Robeson Benn explicitly called on the U.S. Congress to reinstate FDR's 1933 Glass-Steagall bill, to put an end to the vulture funds and to predatory financial speculation in general, which is destroying all of our nations.

That is a call which we must make sure is answered, with [LaRouche's full four-law package. And by making sure that the principle political obstacle to that policy—Barack Obama—is constitutionally removed from office.

Or to quote the latest LPAC banner, featured prominently in today's Washington, D.C. deployment: "Argentina Calls Wall Street's Bluff: There Is A Limit To A Tyrant's Power — Impeach Obama."