LaRouchePac: Western Financial System is on the Brink of Collapse

Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jingping exchange greetings at the APEC Summit | November 11, 2017 (Official Whitehouse Photo)

The Western monetary system is hanging by a thread. The immediate panic in Turkey, Argentina and elsewhere eased slightly today, but the problem is not localized to one or more crisis points — it is systemic, the result of the past ten years’ refusal to change the policies which caused the 2008 breakdown. When Wall Street exploded in 2008, Bush and Obama showed their colors — the red, white and blue of the Union Jack, not the U.S. flag — refusing to implement Lyndon LaRouche’s call for restoring FDR’s Glass Steagall Act, while enacting laws which encouraged a full return of the derivative…READ MORE

Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization pose for the Family Photo | July 11, 2018 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

The immediate weeks ahead can see very dramatic changes if there is an all-out push to defend Donald Trump’s presidency from the three years’ British intelligence attack, and to push the United States into the Belt and Road Initiative and its great projects of infrastructure. This can succeed. It means a battle to disable the Democratic National Committee’s impeachment plan — demanded in the London media since the day Trump was inaugurated — before it can be launched. And it means defeating the British dogmas of superpower confrontation and free trade, still infecting the whole Congress…READ MORE

August 14, 2018

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