BILL FERGUSON for
Elect a LaRouche
Massachusetts Democratic Primary
Do You Live In
Are You In A
State of Denial?
In his opening 2 minute statement at the
Boston Civil Rights Forum on August 20th Ferguson stated: "I am
the New England representative of Democratic Presidential Candidate
Lyndon LaRouche, who is the world's leading economic forecaster.
Mr. LaRouche's record of accurate economic forecasting over the
last 30 years is unmatched. He warned you of the global financial
disintegration which is now underway, and he has advocated a New
Bretton Woods local Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization which is
our only hope for averting genocidal breakdown. Now last week, Felix Rohatyn, of the Lazard Freres
Investment Bank, called for the convening of a New Bretton Woods
Conference. This man is an enemy of Mr. LaRouche, and he would not
make such a statement ... "
Incredibly, at this point, the "moderator", ex-WBZTV reporter Sara
Anne Shaw rose to interrupt Ferguson's statement, and attempt to
shout him down ....
elect me to
Congress, you are going
to get LaRouche.
And to paraphrase my friend, Will Shakespeare: "You need LaRouche
-- and LaRouche to
boot -- and LaRouche in
"We are currently in the end-phase of the global financial,
monetary, and economic collapse which LaRouche forecast in 1994."
Fight for Inclusion -- Why "White Out" Ferguson?
Ferguson in the Race
The Issue Is: "LaRouche Was Right, Stupid!"
"You know the news media are in denial. They keep reporting on the
"New Economy" in the Business Section, rather than in the
What good is it to have the right to sue an HMO, after they've
"Is there anyone here who thinks he or she could design a
standardized test which George W. Bush could pass?"
A New Bretton Woods System
The Eurasian Landbridge
Energy Re-Regulation -- Tired of Getting Ripped Off By Energy
Before There Was Hitler, There Was Harvard
In 1974 LaRouche, LaRouche initiated a movement for debt
moratoria in America's major cities. In 1975, Boston
Councillor Albert "Dapper" O'Neill introduced draft legislation
a municipal debt moratorium, and brought Mr. LaRouche in to
address the City Council of Boston on his proposals.
In 2000, Councillor Chuck Turner introduced a
LaRouche-inspired resolution aimed at
attacking hyperinflation in
energy prices in our collapsing financial system. Former State
Senator Bill Owens, Civil Rights heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson
and I, among others, testified in Council hearings on the urgent
necessity for implementing LaRouche's proposals to take control of
energy prices away from global speculators, and to reregulate
That South Boston and Roxbury can agree on LaRouche's
leadership terrifies Harvard, the Vault and the Boston Globe -- one
reason why they have all worked to pit African-Americans and Irish
Catholics against one another for decades, and to this day.
Do You Live In The
Are You In A
State of Denial?
Vote for Bill Ferguson on September 11th!
The MIT economist was on a transatlantic flight in a four-engine
jet. Then suddenly BOOM! On the PA the Captain announced "Ladies
and Gentlemen, we just lost engine number 1, there's no cause for
panic, however. Our flight will be delayed only one hour." Then
a few minutes later BOOM! The captain said , "Ladies and Gentlemen,
that was engine number 2. Please do not be alarmed; we still have
2 engines left, and our flight will only be delayed 2 hours. The
economist raised an eyebrow. Shortly thereafter BOOM! The captain
came on again. "Well folks, we've just blown engine number 3.
Though we're a bit concerned here in the cockpit -- please, remain
calm. Our flight will now be delayed 4 hours." The economist
thought to himself "Hmmmm..... Lost one engine -- delayed one
hour. Lost two engines --delayed 2 hours. Minus three engines; --
delayed 4 hours. He pulled out his laptop, and after a series of
calculations, plotted a projection on a graph. Then, as he
triumphantly arrived at the final equation, and his PC printed out
the results, BOOM! The economist unbuckled his seat belt, rose from
his seat, and shouted to the other passengers -- "Damn it! We're
going to be up here all day!"
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