Systems Are Manmade—You Can Change Them When One Breaks Down

April 1, 2020

Systems Are Manmade—You Can Change Them When One Breaks Down

In providing an overview of the devastating crisis facing mankind, Helga Zepp LaRouche reminded viewers that "Systems are manmade", and can be changed when they break down. Her husband warned as early as 1973 that the global neoliberal system brought into existence when Nixon ended the Bretton Woods system, with its cheap labor, cheap raw material policies, and the speculative casino economy which emerged, would lead to new global pandemics. If you lower living standards, he said, lower life forms will take over.

Today's dual virus attacks, from the coronavirus pandemic and the collapse of the financial system, confirm the accuracy of LaRouche's warnings. What makes the situation worse is the moral arrogance of the West. Those pushing Green "solutions" today would condemn mankind to a genocide far worst than that of Hitler.

Yet, there is a real resistance to those policies. She described the passion of some young people on a youth conference call with her on Tuesday, as more than 70 people engaged in a discussion of how to go from the collapsed system of today, to a New Paradigm, by mobilizing with agape, and the powerful ideas of our movement. The conversations between President Trump and his counterparts in China and Russia represent a move in the right direction—join us in organizing for our international conference, to make sure these ideas come to fruition.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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