The keynote address of Lyndon LaRouche, to the annual Presidents' Day conference of the International Caucus of Labor Committees and Schiller Institute, Feb. 14, 2004. "If we can not change, if we select our choice of President, if we select our policies, now, in these weeks and months, the way things are going now, in general, this nation will not long survive. And either way, this systemthat was consolidated, first in 1763, at the Treaty of Paris, proclaiming the victory, and establishment in fact, of a worldwide British Empirehas now come to its end. It will not survive. Either we will put it to a merciful conclusion, by a revival of the world economy, and bringing together a confederation of perfectly sovereign nation-states on this planet, around principles and issues of construction of the planet, and on promotion of development of the individual, within their national cultures, or we shall not survive."
Mexico's President 1976-82 developed the nation's economy, created 4 million jobs, and took on global banks. The international media slanders at his death are to warn Argentina, Brazil, and others to stay away from Lyndon LaRouche's alternative.
The LaRouche Youth Movement honors José López Portillo.
`Mexico Shall Live'
From President López Portillo's 1982 State of the Union address, explaining his decree nationalizing the banks.
From a 1998 interview with EIR.
`Listen to the Wise Words
of Lyndon LaRouche'
From remarks at a conference with Helga Zepp-LaRouche in 1998.
A 1999 open letter to U.S. citizens.
Brazil's Choice in 2004 Is Mexico's of 1982
In the context of the Parmalat financial scandal, 50 members of the Italian Parliament have introduced a new motion calling for a reform of the international monetary and financial system.
London Bank: Philippines
Is the Next Argentina
Declare Solidarity with Argentina
A statement by the Philippines LaRouche Movement.
Rovers Discovering Mars'
Secrets and Questions
Science & Technology
Archeological discoveries in Siberia, Germany, and Austria reshape our scientific understanding of when human civilization emerged.
Salah Abdul Shafi
A member of the Palestinian Steering Committee for the Geneva Initiative, Mr. Shafi is chairman of the Board of Directors for the Palestinian Forum for Democracy.
General Lipkin-Shahak (ret.) was Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces from 1995-98. He was an Israeli negotiator for the Geneva Initiative.
Russia's `Asian Tilt'
Expands Its Economic Ties
Russian relations with Asia are growing fast, but enormous work has to be done to create the infrastructure to realize the potential of Eurasia.
Cross First Big Hurdles
Time-Bomb of Civil War
Is Ticking in Iraq
Will Schröder Resign as
Film Review: `The Last Samurai,'
Or the Last Railroad?
Amid Mideast Troubles
`People Have Lost Hope In the Peace Process'
An interview with Salah Abdul Shafi.
`The Occupation Cannot Last Forever'
An interview with Gen. Amnon Lipkin-Shahak (ret.).
The Geneva Accords: Two States or None
A guest commentary by Paul Usiskin.
Humpty Dumpty Went To Relax
A report from St. Petersburg on the strange case of Ivan Rybkin.
Take Leadership in the World Crisis
The Presidents' Day conference of the International Caucus of Labor Committees and Schiller Institute was, as promised, a "truly momentous occasion."
Cheney Targeted in Halliburton and
To Steal 2004 Election
Opposition Trumps Bush's
`The Last Samurai,' or the Last Railroad?
Warner Brothers' film The Last Samurai, starring Tom Cruise.
The Beltway Snipers: The Jury Is Still Out
Sniper: Inside the Hunt for the Killers Who Terrorized the Nation, by Sari Horwitz and Michael E. Ruane.
A Tale of Two Coups