A Moon-Mars Crash Program and the Good Which is Presently Unknown - LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat
Across the world this week, the LaRouche political movement is talking to humanity’s next generation on college campuses about the future --theirs and ours. Organizers are leading with a strong rebuke of the organized genocide movement parading under such slogans as the “Extinction Rebellion” and the “Green New Deal” while counterposing the alternative forecast by Project Artemis, President Trump’s crash program to go to the Moon and then to Mars. Tonight’s call will focus on the findings of our organizers: yes, there is a great deal of pessimism generated by the deliberate attempted brainwashing of an entire generation in the evil tenets of British Malthusianism; no, this effort has not succeeded and a significant and crucial portion of this generation is prepared to act in support of the Moon-Mars Mission and its potential if they are educated in the identity necessary to create world historic change.
Lyndon LaRouche once posed the question: Can genius be taught? And his answer was emphatically that it can, provided the mind is trained in the problem solving methods of Socratic dialogue and envisioning the presently unknown, methods employed by LaRouche himself and all other scientists, poets, and composers who made fundamental breakthroughs in human knowledge. Going to the Mars involves steps we presently don’t know; it involves physical phenomena presently undiscovered; it can never by analyzed by present mechanical methods of cost benefit analysis. But we know, already, from Apollo, that the mission itself induces profound leaps in productivity of the population and the cultural optimism which is the infrastructure for profound new discoveries. Join us for tonight’s discussion.