Less than 24 hours following LaRouche’s State of the Union speech in which he declared that the only way to save mankind will be a mission to land a man on Mars, Roscosmos chief Vladimir Popovkin proposed that the United States enter into collaboration with Russia to lay a pathway for a mission to Mars, beginning with the establishment of a permanent colony on the moon.
Lyndon LaRouche and the slate of six federal candidates present the second in a series of dialogues on The Economic System. For more on this series, including part one of this dialogue,click here.
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In this latest strategic assessment, Lyndon LaRouche contrasts the future of humanity if we continue to submit to the British war drive of Obama and company, to the mission mankind must embark on now if we are to defeat such an enemy.
An interview by Phil Rubenstein, an associate of Lyndon LaRouche, on the implications for physical economics and the future of Einstein's discoveries.
Lyndon LaRouche keynoted the Jan. 19 2004 Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by the Talladega County (Alabama) Democratic Conference. City Councilman Rev. Horace Patterson introduced the first speaker, civil rights heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson, then vice chairman of the Schiller Institute, who in turn introduced LaRouche.
Lyndon LaRouche and the slate of six federal candidates present the core constitutional principles which founded the United States, and must be honored were we to maintain the United States in the immediate days and weeks ahead.
NASA’s landing of Curiosity on Mars, has vindicated those throughout history who have demonstrated that mankind’s most powerful weapon is discovering the scientific basis for peace and for the common aims of mankind. The Curiosity perspective allows us to look down at Earth, to better identify the challenges we face from within the solar system. To meet those challenges, we will act not as a single nation, but as many nations in the interest of all nations.