Fed Feeds Inflation with New Repo Move

The Fed shows it has learned nothing from history, as Fed Chairman Jerome Powell announces a new "Standing Repo Facility," in a desperate attempt to avoid nightly waves of bank defaults. This continues 50 years of insane monetary policy.   
On August 15th, 1971 the Bretton Woods System was ended, creating a floating exchange system, and beginning our long descent into financial and physical-economic ruin.  Lyndon LaRouche is the only economist who forecast this trajectory in the 1960s, and spent his life developing the policy solutions to reverse it.
Join us August 14th in an online conference to examine LaRouche's unique contributions. 
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To Be Able To Understand the Future

Commentaries by university and financial economists are appearing on the approaching 50th anniversary of the August 15, 1971, “Nixon Shock”, the end of the post-War gold reserve Bretton Woods system which has produced half a century of industrial decline, speculative riot, gigantic debt bubbles and crashes, steadily worsening real wages and living conditions, collapsing public health capacities and now a deadly global pandemic.

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Austrian Chancellor Accuses Greens of Pushing a Return to Stone Age

Austrian Greens Charged with Dreaming of Going Back to the Stone Age

Aug. 3, 2021 (EIRNS)—The Greens of Austria are stirred up by recent remarks made by the country’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, telling them “it would be totally wrong to believe that we could save the climate in the future by asceticism… the only right approach is to rely on innovation and technology.”

 

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How British Geopolitical Manipulation Leads to War

The discussion of the repeal of the Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF), which was nearly unanimously passed in 2002 by the U.S. Congress to justify the invasion of Iraq, while long overdue, shows how the U.S. foreign policy continues to be dominated by British geopolitical doctrine.  The Brits deploy all sorts of False Flags and psychological warfare to control policy options and manipulate popular opinion.  As the Schiller Institute's Helga Zepp LaRouche has emphasized, to end the era of regime change wars, geopolitics must be repudiated definitively!

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Triple Whammy About To Slam the U.S.

The U.S. is careening towards a “perfect storm” of major social and economic crises over the next couple of months—just as we hit the 50th anniversary of Lyndon LaRouche’s stunning forecast of August 15, 1971, when Nixon pulled the plug on the Bretton Woods financial system, and set the country on a downward physical economic plunge which now threatens our very existence, precisely as LaRouche had warned would occur.

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Visualizing Prometheus’s Complex Domain

The increasingly complex web of processes into which the ICLC has now poised itself to intervene, are the new terrain of a reality that will never again look like that of the pre-2020 world. A unique, though not new, compositional approach must be taken, to change the minds of the people of the trans-Atlantic sector. As the Austrian chancellor said of the Greens, “It would be totally wrong to believe that we could save the climate in the future by asceticism… the only right approach is to rely on innovation and technology…I do not share at all the view that our direction should be going back to the Stone Age.”

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Great Reset, Green New Deal Collapsing, Along With Economy

Ignore the lies you hear about a "roaring economic recovery".  As inflation increases, the strategy of the globalists to save their imploding system -- the Great Reset and the Green New Deal -- can be defeated by a mobilization of Americans, in collaboration with other nations unwilling to submit to a central banker's dictatorship and the Fake science behind the "net-zero carbon" fraud.  The latest examples of rejection of the fraud come from the Chancellor of Austria and the government of India.  Join us to defeat the latest genocidal effort from the imperial Malthusians.

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Is the Biden Administration Moving to Repair Relations with China and Russia?

Is the potential explicit in Lyndon LaRouche's concept of a Four-Power agreement -- between the U.S., India, China and Russia -- to reorganize the bankrupt financial system and move away from geopolitical confrontation, shaping the talks last month between officials of the U.S., China and Russia?  The threatening rhetoric continues from the U.S. side, but there is an opportunity now to move from the lowest level of relations, driven by imperial geopolitics, into the possibility of mutually beneficial agreements.  As a disastrous situation looms facing renters, homeowners, landlords and banks, there must be a "LaRouchian" shift to a New Bretton Woods, based on a restoration of the American System of economics.  Cooperation between the leading nations is essential to avoid an accelerating downward collapse of the global economy.

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LaRouche was Right! Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007

Can the current eviction crisis in the United States can be addressed in a manner similar to what Lyndon LaRouche proposed in 2007 to address the upcoming housing and banking crisis engulfing the nation at that time? In February 2009, the LaRouche movement circulated the following updated version of Lyndon LaRouche’s proposed Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007, as a draft resolution for state and local governments:

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Acting on the Wise Words of Lyndon LaRouche

The United States has repeatedly made decisions contrary to the proposals and policies of Lyndon LaRouche over the last half-century, since Nixon’s dismantling of the Bretton Woods system. One example was LaRouche’s Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007, which addressed a problem that was not recognized as a problem, while posing a solution that ran entirely counter to the prevailing, suicidal economic trends. At that time of LaRouche’s proposal — prior to the collapse of the U.S. housing bubble, which triggered a financial panic that drove an initially recalcitrant Congress to vote and then vote again for a bailout under threats of the imposition of martial law — not only were rising house prices and levels of homeownership (or at least mortgage holdership) seen as positive economic indicators, the financial products created based on these mortgages fit right in to the increasingly speculative, financialized, and fraudulent “economy” of the United States.

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