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Are You Prepared to Crush the City of London and Wall Street To Stop Your Impending Nuclear Incineration?
Between Monday and Wednesday of this week, the world has moved dramatically closer to the brink of thermonuclear war.Read more
U.S.-Russia Talks Continue, Color Revolution Coup Outflanked -- For Now -- in Kazakhstan
RIA Novosti Interview with Schiller Institute’s Black on U.S./Russia Talks
The following article appeared in Russian press service RIA Novosti today.
Expert Black: US Must Be Urged to Seriously Negotiate on the Demands of Russia
NEW YORK, January 11 - RIA Novosti. The US authorities should be encouraged to conduct serious negotiations on the requirements and conditions that have been put forward by Russia, Richard Black, a representative of the Schiller Institute in New York, told RIA Novosti.Read more
The Year of LaRouche: “The British, in Their Infinite Wisdom, Miscalculated”
In recognition of the January 11 birthday of Alexander Hamilton, the inventor of the American System of economics—not “capitalism,” which the Founding Fathers never called it, but the national system of credit, banking and Constitutional law documented in Hamilton’s four Reports, written as the first Secretary of the Treasury, and implemented in the Washington-Hamilton Presidency’s revolution in self-government through economic development—and in celebration of the American System’s challenge to the British East india Company, through the creation of such institutions as the Paterson, New Jersey, Society for Useful Manufactures in implementation of those policies—we present Lyndon Larouche’s 2013 remarks on the principle of Glass-Steagall, the June 1933 legislative action deployed by Franklin Roosevelt to clean up Wall Street, and to put people first.Read more
A World in Crisis -- Informed Citizens Must Intervene
The talks between U.S. and Russian officials yesterday in Geneva reached no positive outcome. This should not be a surprise, as U.S. spokesman Ned Price announced that the U.S. "had not intended to reach any agreement with Russia." Will this attitude persist as the U.S. approaches further talks? With the Trans-Atlantic nations facing a deepening economic crisis, warnings of a "sharp correction" in hyper-inflated stock markets, the continuing disruption caused by the pandemic, starvation threatening 22 million in Afghanistan, and electricity blackouts in Germany, this is the time to move towards cooperation between sovereign nation states, rather than geopolitical confrontation to defend bankrupt corporate cartels.
Who Can Claim To ‘Defend Ukraine’ While Committing Mass Murder in Afghanistan?
So many institutions of the U.S. intellectual establishment are now echoing the Schiller Institute and demanding the release of Afghanistan’s aid and reserve funds—15 think-tanks and organizations in a Jan. 8 joint letter to President Biden and others on their own websites—that there is clearly a horrible realization: United States financial and economic sanctions are murdering an innocent people, for insufficient loyalty to NATO occupying forces. Any citizen who thinks this crime is unrelated to the threat of an imminent, much bigger conflict over Ukraine, is mistaking moral posturing for morality.Read more
Diplomacy for the Common Good—Life Itself
This evening in Geneva, informal talks began between the United States and Russia, at a supper with U.S. delegation leader, Wendy Sherman, Deputy Secretary of State, and Sergey Ryabkov, Deputy Foreign Minister, and their teams, at the residence of the U.S. ambassador to the Conference on Disarmament. Tomorrow, the formal talks ensue, on the topic of security, between the U.S. and Russia. On Jan. 12, in Brussels, NATO and Russian officials will meet on security. On Jan. 13 in Vienna, the U.S., Russia and other member nations of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will meet.Read more
For the Sake of Humanity, Junk the Neo-liberal/Neocon Paradigm
Now is the perfect time for the people living in the Trans-Atlantic nations to come to their senses, and throw out the ideological insanity embodied in neoliberal, and neo-conservative policies. The security dialogues with Russia this week provide an opportunity to move away from geopolitical confrontation with Russia; hyperinflation, supply-chain breakdowns, and unsustainable debt expose the fallacy of radical free market/free trade policies; and winter has shown why the Green New Deal must be dumped. So let's get to work, and organize a new paradigm, based on the body of work done by statesman and economist Lyndon LaRouche.
The U.S.-Russia Confrontation Over Ukraine Is A "Reverse Cuban Missile Crisis"
by: Harley Schlanger
Jan. 8 -- Beginning on January 10, there will be three meetings which will include Russian and American representatives, in which the possibility exists that the tensions which have increased over Ukraine during the second half of 2021 will be addressed, resulting in a de-escalation. These meetings follow direct discussion in two video conferences in December between Presidents Putin and Biden, in which the most urgent issue addressed was the danger of war between Russia and Ukraine.
Blinken Blamed Russia for All Problems in Goebbels-Style Rant
Secretary of State Tony Blinken went on a Goebbels-style rampage against Russia, turning history since 2014 completely on its head, in remarks to reporters following NATO’s virtual foreign ministers meeting. “We’re prepared to respond forcefully to further Russian aggression, but a diplomatic solution is still possible and preferable, if Russia chooses it,” he said, according to the State Department transcript. “That’s what we, together with our allies and partners, will continue to pursue intently next week at the Strategic Stability Dialogue between the United States and Russia, and at the meetings of the NATO-Russia Council and the OSCE, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.”Read more