A Reawakened American Economy And Workforce Can Address The Needs Of Mankind - LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat

May 21, 2020

A Reawakened American Economy And Workforce Can Address The Needs Of Mankind

Join us tonight for a preview of LaRouchePAC's soon-to-be released report addressing the need create 50 million new productive jobs in the United States, and 1.5 billion jobs worldwide.

Will we emerge from this crisis by rebuilding our economy as a full set industrial economy where our citizens explore the frontiers of science, both in the biosciences and through space travel, in the universe writ large, or we can continue to succumb to the globalists whose vision is one of American decline, decadence, and conflict with other superpowers to preserve their power.

If we are to get out of this mess, we need to throw off the monetarist and environmentalist policies which have unemployed or misemployed most of our (and the world’s) labor force, leaving a criminal disconnect between the physical needs of human beings and how economies are organized. Lyndon LaRouche's "Four Laws" provide the foundational principles needed to bring human economy in line with human needs.

This starts by creating non-linear leaps in actual productivity, and that can only be driven by projects on the frontiers of science. Project Artemis, our national space mission, can provide the focus to rapidly rebuild the productivity of our labor force, and to train a young generation with the skills needed for those new frontiers.

We see the potential for a new way of thinking stirring throughout the U.S, in President Trump’s recent use of the Defense Production Act, and in previously unheard of discussion among conservative publications supporting the President’s multi-trillion infrastructure proposal and encouraging the President to act as Franklin Roosevelt did in creating jobs.

This is the most fertile ground we have seen in decades to change the agenda. LaRouche campaigned relentlessly against the mental chains Americans put on every morning. Now is the time to break those chains and to think big. To do what FDR and JFK did, to unleash the industrial powerhouse and the advanced productivity of our labor force and to bring the rest of the world into conditions fitting of human beings.