This Has To Happen Now!
In the next 48 hours, the LaRouche Political Action Committee will issue a policy statement on the necessary action that must be taken by the United States—its people, and its government—to address the existential crisis which has been brought to the fore by the multi-state disaster wreaked by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. The United States can no longer live in the delusional domain of soaring speculative assets and a collapsing physical economy. We can no longer act as if we can somehow survive without bothering to invest in bridges, dams, railroads, nuclear energy, canals, levees... and people.
The requisite policy measures were laid out by Helga Zepp-LaRouche in her remarks to the Aug. 26 Manhattan Project meeting, and they are contained fully in Lyndon LaRouche's Four Laws. A sea-change in national economic policy is required, and it has to happen now.
The Belt and Road Initiative is already bringing a hopeful future to some of the most benighted and war-torn regions of the planet. The Transaqua project in central Africa has a green light, and it will proceed with the participation of the same Chinese company responsible for the Three Gorges dam. So too the Kra Canal, one of the great World Land-Bridge projects needed to create a single world ocean for trade and development, as Lyndon LaRouche has long specified. And in Syria—where Russian military/diplomatic action combined with China's Belt and Road initiatives have begun to turn the tide away from genocidal war and terrorism—the Schiller Institute is bringing the full scope of LaRouche's World Land-Bridge policy to the highest level of that country's government and educational institutions, as we report below. This is a true proof of principle of LaRouche's policies and method.
If central Africa, Thailand, and Syria can wake up and act, can we not do the same? Is that not the real message and lesson of Hurricane Harvey? By getting the United States to adopt LaRouche's Four Laws, and cooperate fully with the Belt and Road Initiative, we can catapult the nation—and with it, the world— onto an entirely different plane. Now.