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LYNDON LAROUCHE: All right. In the course of the previous week, we and the Science Team, produced a set of presentations which represented scientific rather than ordinary kinds of talk-a-talk, you know, kind of things and so forth. Because the problem is that in our organization, in general, the way in which people argue is not worthy of honest speech. They simply try to imitate whatever they think will sound nicely in somebody else's ears, but maybe unpleasant in somebody else's.
[pretitle]On The 145th Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's Birth:[/pretitle]
[title]Let Us Join Narendra Modi's "Mass Movement for Development"[/title]
[author]by Kesha Rogers, LaRouchPAC Policy Committee[/author]
[date]October 2, 2014[/date]
The following message of Congratulations to the people of India upon the success of its orbital mission to Mars, was written by Kesha Rogers, former candidate and Democratic nominee for the 22nd Congressional District of Texas in 2010-2012, and former candidate for U.S. Senate in 2014. She writes:
LYNDON LAROUCHE: We represent, essentially, the core of the people who are directing the process of development of the behavior essentially of our organization, and so therefore it's essential that we have such a conception, that we do not have a helter-skelter or some foolish thing like that. And that we will then, thereby, as ourselves, we will lay down the rules by which we will organize our work...
This is probably one of the most important moments in your life, right now,— because this is a turn in the course of history, of at least the trans-Atlantic region and beyond. And therefore you have to respond to this in those terms of reference.
As the expansion of a new policy of economic growth and peace around the "BRICS nations" (including Argentina, Egypt, and others) is constantly being expressed in new, individual developments, the process has to be seen as a whole, said Lyndon LaRouche in discussion of these "new developments" yesterday...
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, finishing up his triumphant visit to the United States, sent out a tweet this week simply expressing the main message he brought to Americans:
"Let us make development a mass movement, just like Mahatma Gandhi made the freedom movement a mass movement."...
In the referendum on the independence of Scotland, London once again got its way, by the skin of its teeth—at least for the time being—thanks to a massive campaign of scare tactics...
LYNDON LAROUCHE: Well, I just had a wonderful experience, shall we say, donated to me, which I lived through, and I found I survived. And I feel healthier as a result of doing this; I recommend it...