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.
An interview by Phil Rubenstein, an associate of Lyndon LaRouche, on the implications for physical economics and the future of Einstein's discoveries.
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.
Jacques Cheminade, founder and president of Solidarite et Progrès and current French presidential candidate, and Christine Bierre, editor of the French biweekly Nouvelle Solidarité, were among a handful of international guests invited to participate in the commemoration of the 50 years anniversary of Niger's independence.
In this context, Cheminade gave a presentation about the African Transaqua water project to a group of 70 economists, diplomatic personnel, teachers, students and media. He was presented publicly by the organizer of the event to a crowd of 800 people, including most of the government and its prime minister, most of the diplomatic corp, many intellectuals, students and others. During the visit, Cheminade gave interviews to national radio, a national daily, La Roue de l’Histoire, and national TV.