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LaRouche’s Mission to Restore the American Presidency, What is Yours?

O Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., had arrived in India with a group of U.S. forces, when word arrived in April, 1945, that President Franklin Roosevelt had died. A group of soldiers asked to have an evening meeting with LaRouche. He … Continue reading

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LPAC Policy Committee – 16 March 2015

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Labour’s Bloody Sunday

 Labour’s Bloody Sunday John_Dorney 31 August, 2013 Irish History, Today In Irish History  “Reproduced with the permission of TheIrishStory.com” The ‘Bloody Sunday’ riot of August 1913. The first ‘Bloody Sunday’ in twentieth century Ireland, during the Lockout of 1913. By … Continue reading

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Irish immigration group turn young woman into officials

Irish Minister of State Dinny McGinley will urgently ask Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Eamon Gilmore for a comprehensive explanation of the actions of the Irish International Immigration Center (IIIC) in Boston, after it was revealed that they turned in an … Continue reading

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