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Volume 36, Number 13, April 3, 2009

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Kiev Podolynsky Conference Paper: The Principle of Mind  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche turns his attention to a question that comes up if certain implications concerning the human mind are included in the Riemannian concept of dynamics. LaRouche identifies that subject as a topic within the framework of a unified field theory, and demonstrates that Vernadsky supplied a crucial clue which leads in the direction of solution. This is the subject of LaRouche’s paper. He wrote this paper for the conference on “Physical Economy: Research Methodology and Global Mission of Ukraine,” which is to take place on April 9-10 in Kiev, Ukraine. Sergei Podolynsky was a 19th-Century Ukrainian scientist who advanced the idea that man can resist entropic processes, and that human labor is the key anti-entropic factor. His work, blacked out in the Soviet Union, was continued by V.I. Vernadsky.

National

The Enemy Within: President Obama Must Dump Summers To Save His Presidency  

by Debra Hanania-Freeman

LaRouche stressed, in his March 21 webcast, that the man whose policies pose the gravest danger to both the nation, and to Barack Obama’s Presidency, is Larry Summers, the head of the President’s National Economic Council. Obama has been led to believe that to solve the worst crisis in modern history, which he inherited from the Bush-Cheney Administration, he needs the support of the very Wall Street thieves who are largely responsible for the collapse, and that bailout advocate Summers is critical to winning Obama that support. As a result, of following that advice, Obama’s popularity has plummeted.

Emergency Address to the President and the People  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Transcript of an emergency video address on the economic crisis.

Soros Declares Himself a Fascist—Again  

by Nancy Spannaus and Anton Chaitkin

At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, Soros demanded the adoption of the policy which the pro-Nazi economist John Maynard Keynes had championed against President Franklin Roosevelt.

National News  

Economics

Want To Destroy the U.S.A.? Then Let the Bailouts Continue  

by John Hoefle

The bailout scheme announced by Treasury Secretary Geithner is the greatest financial swindle in history: It is the financial equivalent of giving more crack to junkies, when what they really need is to be forced to go “cold turkey.”

Land-Bridge Progress: Turkey Launches Rail Electrification  

by Richard Freeman

International

Israel Rocked by New War Crimes Revelations  

by Nina Ogden

Religious fundamentalists have deeply penetrated the Israeli military, and published pamphlets that constitute the real “rules of engagement” used in the Gaza attack: those based on the Nazi practices in the Warsaw Ghetto. Israel is being warned that such policies will destroy the nation.

Ambassador Rice Lies About Darfur Genocide  

by David Cherry

Rice is pushing the “Big Lie,” that Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir is committing “ongoing genocide” in Darfur—but the figures don’t back her up.

Pakistan’s Western Frontiers in Tumult: Olaf Caroe’s Lengthening Shadows  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Pakistan’s western provinces are in the midst of a violent upheaval, caused immediately by the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in the Winter of 2001. The crisis is the culmination of 60-plus years of British rule in this part of the Subcontinent, prior to the formation of Pakistan in 1947.

Will Blair Start a War in the Philippines?  

by Michael Billington

George Soros Was Not Happy  

by Dean Andromidas

Report from Vienna on the 52nd session of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs. Part 2 of 2.

Conference Report

Father Bonifacio Honings: The Church Social Teaching and LaRouche Plan A and B  

by Father Bonifacio Honings

Father Honings is a professor of moral theology at the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome; he gave this address at the Schiller Institute conference in Rüsselsheim, Germany on Feb. 22.

Editorial

The Change of 1945  

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