- Emphasis mine:
- One Minute to Financial Crash, One Minute to War
“The doomsday clock for a global crash strikes one minute to midnight,” headlined the financial warning in Tuesday’s LondonTelegraph; while a Russian press interviewer asked a leader of Germany’s LaRouche movement, “how many minutes on the clock to a U.S.-Russia hot (thermonuclear) war?”
The financial crash is, in fact, right on top of Wall Street and the City of London; it is creating their “itch” for even a global war pitting puppet Obama against Russia and China. Obama’s Presidency has been poison to the trans-Atlantic economies since the 2008 crash, and he has pushed war after war, building toward nuclear confrontation with Russia and China. His removal from office is the only thing that removes that threat.
The central chance that the United States and Europe have, to survive both Obama and the crash of Wall Street, is the trans-Atlantic mobilization of LaRouche and EIR forces around statements demanding Obama’s immediate removal from office, and restored dialogue and economic cooperation with the BRICS nations. The major interview on stopping the war threat, with a LaRouche BüSo Party leaders in Germany, was an important step.
This mobilization is centered in New York City, in Manhattan, with what we are doing there guiding and inspiring what we do in the rest of the nation. The series of events there Aug. 16, featuring the town meeting with EIR Founding Editor Lyndon LaRouche and a Classical concert Saturday evening, were a major development in recruiting the culturally optimistic activists who will make this possible, stopping nuclear war at the verge.
As LaRouche commented on those events, Wall Street is dead. Despite its death grip on Obama and some GOP leaders, it is dead and finished. The real Manhattan of Alexander Hamilton is coming to life. The mobilization also involves the Glass-Steagall principle.
“Everybody knows that this nation is dying under Obama,” he said. “The future of the country under the present administration is hopeless.” We have to eject him to save it. The future of the nation depends on the concentration of intellectual forces and cultural enthusiasm in Manhattan, to lead the mobilization to shape a new Presidency. “The kind of spirit,” LaRouche said, “I hadn’t seen for years.”