To better understand the significance of NAWAPA 1964, LaRouchePAC presents to you the memory of JFK, by means of six speeches on the subject of national resources. In this period of national amnesia, and on the eve of general war to which our nation is being dragged by this same amnesia, remember our last expression of national pride, John F. Kennedy; remember through these films a legacy which is your own, even if you are unaware of that fact.
The true story of the fight for NAWAPA, spanning the 60s and early 70s, as told through the words of Utah's Senator Frank Moss.
Meghan Rouillard, of LPAC's Basement Research team, has just completed a new translation of a paper by Vladimir Vernadsky, called "The Evolution of Species and Living Matter", from 1928. In this video, she reviews a central concept of this paper, called the biogenic migration of atoms, which refers to the transformation of material by life and the consequent restructuring of the environment. This process increases throughout evolution, in correlation with the upwards progression of species.
The unholy trinity of war, pestilence, and famine, are the tools by which the British empire would destroy any opposition to their failed system. By adopting the system of British free trade, the so-called first world is now ripe to suffer the worst famine civilization has ever known.
The true story of the fight for the NAWAPA project through the words of its champion, Utah Senator Frank Moss.
LPAC presents a picture of how the NAWAPA concept will manifest across the globe. We take a look at four crucial case studies: Africa, Central Asia, Ibero-America and the Arctic.
A very captivating discussion on the history of water infrastructure in California and China. The story of the Three Gorges Dam, chief wonder of the modern world, and the South-North water project currently under construction.