End the Oligarchical System! This commitment, expressed by Lyndon LaRouche and his PAC's Policy Committee, affords the viewer a connection to the legacy of Franklin Roosevelt. Had FDR lived longer, the British Empire and its menacing Queen might not have gained the control they did to effect such a sudden war of extinction--a thermonuclear war.
On this day, 80 years ago Franklin D. Roosevelt was inaugurated as President of the U.S.A. In a few weeks it shall be the 68th anniversary of his death. Lyndon LaRouche still remembers the day he learned that Roosevelt's life had ended. He gained a special kind of knowledge. It has been his responsibility to preserve the meaning of Roosevelt's role in human history.
Lyndon LaRouche has just completed a new piece, and the discussion on today's show touches on the mission of immortality. The desire to colonize space, for example, cannot be accomplished by simply bringing man outward, alone. Rather, the doctrine of sense perception must be shattered were mankind to satisfy its mission.
Michael Kirsch's report on the economy of the U.S. Constitution has been completed, and will be published soon, along with Dennis Small's presentation of the current policy of hyperinflation. The LaRouche movement is developing the potentially revolutionary conditions in Southern Europe. And even the morally dubious New York Times may be changing.