Special Wednesday Night LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat
Join us LIVE at 9pm Eastern - Friend, On the heels of a highly successful celebration of Friedrich Schiller’s birthday and performance of Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy and Mass in C in New York City, John Sigerson and Diane Sare join us for tonight’s special Fireside Chat. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, we have moved up LaRouchePAC’s Fireside Chat this week and we promise it will be more fun than stuffing yourself and pronouncing on this nation’s wholly artificial “division.” In fact, we think it will capture the spirit of the holiday — the new beginning for humanity—which this Republic’s founding represented.
Lyndon LaRouche emphasizes that the fundamental force for change in our universe and for fundamental economic progress is the individual mind’s creativity and the productive power of any nation’s labor force. Both depend upon a culture which, in pursuit of happiness and/or higher missions on behalf of humanity, joyfully celebrate and foster this creativity. LaRouche has urgently called for a four power agreement between and among the diverse cultures of the United States, India, China, and Russia to rescue humanity from the imminent collapse of the present imperial monetary system while creating the basis of collaboration between full set national economies on the common aims of mankind, namely, eliminating poverty throughout the earth and beginning human exploration and colonization of near space. He has called for the invention of a “higher culture” to accompany this great joint project, the type of transcendent idea which is directly experienced in a true performance Beethoven’s Great Mass and about which Friedrich Schiller devoted his “Aesthetic Letters” regarding the crafting of beautiful souls. What a difference from the small and banal ideas and rotten culture confronting our children every day.
Join us for tonight’s very intriguing discussion.