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The re-election of Dilma Rousseff as President of Brazil on Sunday defeated the British Empire's attempt to pull Brazil out of the BRICS and South America's integration projects, through the election of her opponent, Aecio Neves. Dilma won 51.6% of the vote, vs. Aecio's 48.4%.

October 27th, 2014 • 7:33 AM

Lyndon LaRouche spent yesterday afternoon meeting with a group of associates, hammering out the essentials of a global war plan to defeat the deadly Ebola epidemic which has begun to sweep the planet, beginning in West Africa. An EIR policy statement with this program, prepared in consultation with leading public health specialists, will be presented over the next 24 hours, and will be given the widest circulation both in the United States and internationally, rallying those forces committed to stopping the British Imperial policy of intentional genocide...

October 22nd, 2014 • 9:26 AM

The responses, including by nations, to the escalating outbreak of the devastating Ebola Virus Disease in Africa, can be sharply divided between the human — expressing solidarity and scientific commitment in the face of this existential threat — and the inhuman, seeking to deny it and lull people into a state in which they will be killed by it...

October 21st, 2014 • 9:23 AM

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...

October 7th, 2014 • 10:07 AM

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."...

October 1st, 2014 • 5:45 AM

People are beginning to listen to new, better leaders in the U.S. They tend to be scientists, or else scientific, compassionate doctors,— the same thing. They tend to be people who are totally, rigorously self-disciplined in behalf of objectives which closely cohere with the hope for survival of the human species...

October 22nd, 2014 • 8:59 PM

LYNDON LAROUCHE: Well, first of all, what we've had recently is a report on what Benjamin Deniston has started, and Megan Beets, who has been his leading associate in this particular scientific venture, really reflects, going back three weeks ago, we had a team appearance on the television screen...

October 21st, 2014 • 9:42 AM

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.

October 7th, 2014 • 10:46 AM

[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]

October 2nd, 2014 • 2:59 PM