The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
In a speech given on September 15 at the Symposium in Memory of the 120th Anniversary of the First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895), sponsored by the Beijing Chinese Culture Exchange and Promotion Association, Major General Peng Guangqian lashed out at the danger of Japanese "revanchism", and urged China to remain "mentally alert" to the danger posed by the revival of militarism in Japan...
The Schiller Institute held a ground-breaking conference on Oct. 18-19th, in Frankfurt Germany, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Institute. At that occasion, Ray McGovern delivered a speech about the role of Empire in the world, and the role of citizens upholding their basic civic duties, especially when facing fascist elements either at home or abroad. We include the transcript of Mr. McGovern's speech here as it relates to two other developments, the revelation that the British intelligence agency, GCHQ, has full access to NSA data, at anytime, without a warrant...
By Benjamin Deniston · firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, October 26, 2014, in a national strategy discussion, Lyndon LaRouche asserted that only those citizens who aspire to be creative are competent to lead society at the current time of crisis. These are the so-called “impractical people,” as opposed to the practical people who merely seek to imitate established popular standards of success and acceptability.
Lyndon LaRouche made the following remarks on the Sunday national organizers call with his associates.
The center of reference, of course, is Helga Zepp-LaRouche's leading role in a recent relative victory in central Europe, and with radiation of effects in other parts of the world.
Lyndon LaRouche has delivered a series of pointed warnings of the imminent danger of general war targeting the key Eurasian nations of Russia and China, as the result of a number of recent provocations. In discussions with colleagues over the past 72 hours, LaRouche delivered the assessment that the world "is on the edge of what could be World War III all at once."
The Trans-Atlantic system is dead, and a fundamental realignment towards the BRICS and Eurasia is now taking place among those nations which wish to survive. This is seen clearly in the maturing relationships between the nations of South America and China, following the crucial victory of Dilma Rousseff in Brazil which secured Brazil's role as the South American leader of the BRICS.
The threat of global thermonuclear war is greater than it has ever been, even as an entirely new paradigm and conception of mankind is emerging tangibly on this planet.
We are committed to a new idea in international relations which has emerged since the Fortaleza BRICS Summit in July, a new dynamic of economic development and growth which is attracting other nations around the BRICS formation.