As LaRouche demonstrated decades ago in his economics writings, a necessary characteristic of a developing economy is that an increasing part of its activity is dedicated to creating the means for and the presence of the 'environment' of the economic activity. In the biosphere each system of species brings about a transformation in the biosphere which becomes the basis for future systems of species, often bringing about the extinction of most of the species from that system. With the unique capability of the human species for willful self-transformation, we, uniquely, have the choice of not going extinct. What does this necessary human development look like today?
How do we lead the increasing distrust of Obama among leading and general members of the population to an economic and social recovery?
LPAC-TV presents interviews from activists who took the lead in getting their state legislatures to introduce or take action on a Glass-Steagall resolution. This video features Bill Roberts, key organizer for the Indiana resolution, Bill Bettag, leading the team in Colorado, and Jim Moore, who activated the Alaska state legislature.
Hear from Australia's Craig Isherwood on the fight to once and for all bury the British Empire's 'green' experiment and reclaim the nation and continent of Australia for productive physical development.
[head]Due to Mr. LaRouche's travel schedule, tonight's webcast was pre-recorded on 4/25.[/head]
Executive Intelligence Review's Counterintelligence Director, Jeff Steinberg, discusses the key environmental factors to consider in the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing and subsequent events. For further discussion of the subject, Steinberg answers two follow-up questions available here.
MP3 Part I
Jeff Steinberg answers two follow-up questions from LPAC Editor Leandra Bernstein further explaining the background to the Boston Marathon Bombing.