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Volume 34, Number 47-48, December 7, 2007

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LaRouche at China Forum Changes World History  

by Harley Schlanger

Lyndon LaRouche addressed an international conference in Los Angeles on Nov. 23-24, titled “Forum on the U.S.-China Relationship and Peaceful Reunification of China.” The Chinese press coverage of LaRouche’s remarks represents an acknowledgment that leading circles in China recognize that the financial system is now in a terminal stage of disintegration, and that they are open to exploring cooperation with responsible elements in the United States.

A Great Bond Between China and the U.S.A.  

LaRouche’s press conference in Los Angeles.

Speech in Los Angeles: The USA & China  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s address to the “Forum on the U.S.-China Relationship and Peaceful Reunification of China,” and the dialogue which followed.

LaRouche: A New Pacific Relationship Emerges  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Addressing the “Global Summit for China’s Peaceful Unification,” in Rockville, Md., on Nov. 17, LaRouche said the world financial-monetary system is disintegrating, and a new world economic order must emerge.

Chinese Press Covers LaRouche on Crisis  

LaRouche-China Talks: ‘Time for Solutions’  

Excerpts from an interview given on Aug. 16 by Lyndon LaRouche to a Chinese journalist.

Zepp-LaRouche in Beijing: Build the New ‘Silk Road’

LaRouche Webcast: The End of the Post-FDR Era  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Feature

The Noösphere vs. the Blogosphere: Is the Devil In Your Laptop?

Portions of a mass-circulation pamphlet written and produced by the LaRouche Youth Movement. Released at the end of November, it was published by the LaRouche Political Action Committee.

The Noösphere vs. the Blogosphere

by Matthew Ogden

INSNA: Handmaidens of British Colonialism

by David Christie

MySpace: Murdoch’s Nuremberg Rally

by Delante Bess

Facebook: A Tombstone With a Photo Attached

by Nick Walsh

What IS Wikipedia?

by Brent Bedford

Terrorism Comes to the West: The New Cult of the Teenage Suicide Bomber

by Nick Walsh

Where Your Computers Really Came From

by Peter Martinson

National

Pennsylvania Breakthrough on LaRouche’s ‘Firewall’ Bill

A packed session in the Pennsylvania legislature on Nov. 29 heard from state financial officials and city council members, EIR researchers, one of Pennsylvania’s Congressmen, and a state judge—as city governments all over the Commonwealth came out for the resolution H.R. 418 of State Rep. Harold James and for what that resolution supports: Congressional action on Lyndon LaRouche’s Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007 (HBPA).

Testimony by Rep. Harold James  

Philadelphia City Council President Backs HR 418

Economics

‘Make That Which Is Reasonable, Possible’: U.S. and Mexico: Cooperate On Great Water Projects

by Dennis Small

Vital continental and Mexican water projects, long under discussion but never implemented, were put back on the agenda at a conference on Nov. 9, 2007 in the state of Sonora, Mexico, where Lyndon LaRouche’s analysis of the global financial crisis and its solution through a new world system based on projects such as these, were at the center of deliberations. This approach provides an alternative to the policy of genocide which the United States is currently carrying out toward the nation of Mexico, and Mexicans residing in the United States.

Conference on the PLHINO: Optimism Builds the Bridge to the Future

by Alberto Vizcarra Osuna

Inspired by the idea that the state should return to a policy of vigorous public investment in basic economic infrastructure, a conference in Sonora, one of the regions of Mexico with the greatest agricultural potential, called for implementing the “Water Plan of the Northwest.”

Mexican Senator Offers ‘A Vision of the Future’

by Sen. Alfonso Elías

Speech by Sen. Alfonso Elías Serrano to the Sonora conference.

Resolution: ‘Let Us Build the Bridge to the Future’

Hatred of Immigrants Will Sink Us!

by Gretchen Small

Departments

Banking

by John Hoefle

HBPA or Bust

Editorial

After Annapolis: The Real Fight Has Begun  

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