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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...
London Medical Journal Warns of "Catastrophic Toll" of Current Ebola Policy
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...
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...
Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, was interviewed Thursday by MPR News in St. Paul, Minn. Excerpts follow. "The Ebola epidemic is raging in West Africa. How do we keep it there and how do we make progress in ending it there?" he asked.
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.
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%.
As conveyed in today's leading story, The Human and Inhuman Response to Ebola's Menace, the world is responding to the Ebola Crisis, at this point, in very different ways. While many nations are doing their utmost to stop the new Black Death potential, given their resources, the overall effort is still not good enough. Especially in the United States under Obama, delusion remains, both from Obama himself, and among those who choose to believe that our nation will survive without Obama's immediate impeachment.
At a panel discussion on the impact of the BRICS Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA) and the New Development Bank (NDB), sponsored by the Washington-based Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) on Oct. 11, Mike Weisbrot, co-director of CEPR, said the BRICS are indicating that the US will no longer be in charge of crises states.