People are beginning to listen to new, better leaders in the U.S. They tend to be scientists, or else scientific, compassionate doctors,— the same thing. They tend to be people who are totally, rigorously self-disciplined in behalf of objectives which closely cohere with the hope for survival of the human species...

Lyndon LaRouche spent yesterday afternoon meeting with a group of associates, hammering out the essentials of a global war plan to defeat the deadly Ebola epidemic which has begun to sweep the planet, beginning in West Africa. An EIR policy statement with this program, prepared in consultation with leading public health specialists, will be presented over the next 24 hours, and will be given the widest circulation both in the United States and internationally, rallying those forces committed to stopping the British Imperial policy of intentional genocide...

LYNDON LAROUCHE: Well, first of all, what we've had recently is a report on what Benjamin Deniston has started, and Megan Beets, who has been his leading associate in this particular scientific venture, really reflects, going back three weeks ago, we had a team appearance on the television screen...

The responses, including by nations, to the escalating outbreak of the devastating Ebola Virus Disease in Africa, can be sharply divided between the human — expressing solidarity and scientific commitment in the face of this existential threat — and the inhuman, seeking to deny it and lull people into a state in which they will be killed by it...

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