Fireside Chat with Barbara Boyd, November 8, 2018

November 8, 2018

Fireside Chat with Barbara Boyd, November 8, 2018

Throughout LaRouchePAC’s Campaign to Secure the Future we argued that an aroused and educated section of our citizenry, what we called a producers’ coalition, was uniquely poised to change history at this moment. That coalition, however, has to educate itself while in motion, to the level of statesmen, like the aroused citizenry of the American Revolution and the Federalist Papers. As we dust ourselves off following the Midterms, we can say that we had a profound effect in mitigating the ongoing coup against Trump and directing the population to its British source, and their imperial methods—a dying paradigm which would take the human race down with it. We can also say that the lack of LaRouche’s economics and big ideas caused the defeat of several Republicans, particularly in the volatile Midwest, which is essential to any re-election effort for this President.

The flank for actually winning the fight against the dying British imperium is a Four Power Agreement and a New Bretton Woods monetary system organized in the framework provided by Lyndon LaRouche. The full exploitation of this flank, over the days prior to President Trump’s meetings with President Xi and President Putin occurring in the next 30 days can change history, as if in an instant. In the United States proper, increasingly, people are very awake to the Empire’s cultural psychological warfare which would blind and disorient them and are hungry for a fight on the actual principles which can create both intellectual and material prosperity over the next 50 years. There is increasing recognition that “right” and “left” present only two different routes to the same destination, zero economic growth coupled with mindless hedonism. We found in this election campaign that people are thirsting for a big, big change and we are uniquely situated to deliver it in the campaign for Lyndon LaRouche’s Four Laws and the profound ideas about education and culture which accompany them. Join us for tonight’s discussion.