The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
[title]THE LOCKER-ROOM CHILDREN![/title]
[author]By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. [/author]
[date]December 6, 2013[/date]
I was born on September 8, 1922, at the beginning of the process of the infamous, 1923 hyper-inflationary collapse of the economy of the Weimar, Germany republic...
I now continue the examination of those topics which I had first introduced in my June 10, 2013 report, topics introduced under the title of Nicholas of Cusa, Kepler & Shakespeare.
With the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the U.S. economy had entered a net stand-still, or, later, repeatedly worse conditions in its efforts for progress. Some new, useful things, such as some specific designs and processes, were added; but, the net effect of pluses and minuses had been, heretofore, the establishment of stagnation followed by a tendency for increase of net decay, and, then, recently, a continuing, worse national catastrophe introduced since the election of the misfortunate choice of the wretched George W. Bush, Jr., in 2001, and, thence, up to the present day.
The odd thing about this presently plunging, global economic depression, is that almost no one whose experience bridges the trans-Atlantic continents, seems to have brought up the subject of the need to end the torture! In fact, it seems to us, on reflection now, that our so-called “greenies” had somehow tried to set our planet’s economic clock to running backwards, as the present U.S. system had been doing since about the same time that President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated.
Since some time later than the August 8, 2012, successful landing of Curiosity, on Mars, I had spent a good part of less than a recent year, nursing a growing conviction...
Actually, how good, or bad, is sense-perception? Or, to put the question squarely, how far should you really trust sense-perceptions, and for what purposes?
What is human sense-perception, as distinguished from the denizens of the animal kingdom in general? How, and why, is this so?
On Sunday, September 1st, during Labor Day weekend, our National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC) had sought a hopeful, if still uncertain outcome, for what had been our nation’s political affairs. Nonetheless, the Barack Obama administration, for its part, like Wall Street, had continued to ruin the means available for the means required for the very existence of the people of our nation.
On Friday Aug. 15, 2013 I had sent out a report of mine titled “How the Future Builds Its Past.” That contained a summary of the principle to be presented here now. Now, in this present report, I elaborate on some other from among the broader and deeper details.