Paul Glumaz speaks on behalf of LPAC in June 2010 (on BP and the Global Financial Collapse) 4
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Paul Glumaz hosting an LPAC meeting in Vancouver in late June 2010. This is the promo that preceded it: The pressures and fissures in the Obama government and the collapsing British empire internationally are not coincidental to the pressures breaking apart the sea bed under the Gulf of Mexico. BP is the empire, Obama is their employee. A decision was made by the British monarchy and communicated to Obama via PM Cameron that BP must be saved at all costs. The problem is that BP cannot be saved any more than the financial system now coming down with the collapse of the Euro zone can be saved. It is all now coming apart! The three governments China, Russia, and India plus leading economists of the U.S. have agreed to allow the LaRouche movement to release the transcript of the private dialogue these representatives had with LaRouche on April 29 in New York City. This dialogue is the most important international strategic diplomatic event to have occurred centered on how nations are going to deal with the global financial crisis. Its release at this time is a signal for the changes that are coming soon. General Stanley McChrystal's Rolling Stone interview represents the spreading of the mass strike process into the U.S. military, especially to the troops in Afghanistan. The implications of McChrystals criticisms of Obama, and McCrystal's resignation are that Obama has lost the support of the U.S. military. LaRouche activist Kesha Rogers who won the Democratic primary in Texas back in March is now being covered on impeaching Obama first by Time Magazine, and now yesterday by CNN's Campbell Brown, Fox T.V. and Rush Limbaugh. Republican and Democratic incumbents also lost heavily yesterday in their respective primary elections. Many of Obama's top inner group like Rahm Emanuel and Peter Orzag are struggling to find a way out of the Obama government without landing in jail, as the discussion on LaRouche's Glass-Steagall reforms spreads throughout the U.S.