Recently I made a blog post where I shared several articles to help dispute characterization sod the free market in history. I figured I’d post a very simplified timeline of the Great Depression. 356 more words
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In May, former French Prime Minister Michel Rocard gave an interview to the financial web daily, La Tribune, decrying the absence of any financial reform since the crash in 2007, which he said has created the conditions for a new and probable “financial explosion.” Mr. 557 more words
Thursday’s stock-market “bump” was nothing but a bail-out operation to try to fool everybody. We should denounce it: it’s a bail-UP operation. Just as one example: while stock trading, or stock pumping was going on on Thursday, the Department of Commerce revised second-quarter Gross National Product growth up from a 2.3% annual rate to 3.7%. 432 more words
Lyndon LaRouche today issued an emergency call for the immediate instituting of Glass Steagall full bank separation worldwide—starting in the United States.
“As of now,” LaRouche declared, “Wall Street is plummeting to a general breakdown crisis. 276 more words
Tune in at 12:30pm eastern Wednesday afternoon for live coverage of our Federal Hall rally, “Wall Street is dead, but we can save the nation!” As Lyndon LaRouche emphasized Monday afternoon, “We have to cancel all debt obligations of those categories that are crashing now. 85 more words