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LaRouche in Berlin Webcast:
Bring Back the Axioms of FDR
Lyndon LaRouche addressed a Sept. 6 webcast from Berlin, linked by videoconference to a Washington, D.C. audience, and by the Internet to gatherings all around the world. "The cycle of world history which is coming to a close during the current months, began with the April 1945 death of President Franklin Roosevelt," he said. And we will never free ourselves from the disastrous effects of this cycle of history, "unless we can get up on our hind legs, and say, `Stop being monkeys,' get up on our hind legs and say, `We're going to change the world system now.' "
Conference Dialogue with LaRouche
Culture As Science
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "Principles which fit the category of dynamics, once discovered by one mind, correspond to a cognitive experience, by that mind, which can be replicated by another individual mind. . . . This is key for comprehension of the actual meaning of the idea of competent physical science, and also for Classical human culture otherwise."
Investment banker Train founded the "Get LaRouche Task Force" in 1983. Later his Northcote Parkinson Fund bankrolled filmmaker Michael Pack; therein hangs a tale.
If Donald Rumsfeld really wants to know who appeased the Nazis, let Congress conduct hearings on the role of the President's grandfather Prescott Bush, for example, during the 1930s. A leaflet from the LaRouche PAC.
The Hitler Project
Chapter 2 from EIR's 1992 book George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography, by Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin, reveals the "check stubs" leading from Prescott Bush, Averell Harriman, and other Anglo-American financial interests, to the Nazi Party.
Jackson Hole As the `Temple of Doom'
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's call for a return to Roman-style imperialism, together with the collapse of the U.S. mortgage-bubble, are the leading themes of relevance in international discussions of world policies, said Lyndon LaRouche. Documentation: From Bernanke's Aug. 25 speech to the Federal Reserve symposium at Jackson Hole, Wyo.
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Is Mexico a Nation, or a Private Looting Field?
The Mexican institutional crisis is taking shape around the crucial issue of economic policy. Documentation: From a Sept. 5 speech by Mexican Presidential contender Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Russian Radio Features LaRouche,
Eurasian `Great Projects'
Nigerian Professors Discuss
Strategies Toward Youth
With LaRouche Reps
An interview with G.O.M. Tasie and Charles C. Okigbo.
G.O.M. Tasie and Charles C. Okigbo
Prof. G.O.M. Tasie is the chairman of the Agency for Reorientation, Integrity, Service, and Ethics (ARISE) in Rivers State, Nigeria. Prof. Charles C. Okigbo, Ph.D., teaches at the Department of Communication, North Dakota State University.
Only a Westphalian Approach Will Work