LaRouche International Webcast
June 7, 2007 (EIRNS)The following release was issued today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee.
Fresh from history-making visits to Moscow and Rome, Democratic political leader and former Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche will address an international webcast in Washington, D.C. at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time, on June 21.
During his high-profile visits abroad, LaRouche put on the table a strategic policy of war-avoidance, centered on cooperation between the world's four leading powersRussia, China, India, and the United Statesto deal with the "world's biggest loose end," the collapse of the world monetary system. The extraordinary impact of LaRouche's discussions is reflected in the fact that one of his proposals, the Bering Strait Tunnel project, has been effectively put on the table at the G-8 Summit by the Russian government. In fact, LaRouche's proposals for monetary reform and the Eurasian Land-Bridge represent the only alternative to the British-Cheney drive for a new Hot War, focussed against Russia and China.
LaRouche will also locate the ongoing 2008 election campaign within the global strategic crisis, along the lines he has put forward in a major policy document for those elections. That document, entitled "The Rules for Survival," centers on the issue that no one else is willing to touch: the dollar collapse and financial breakdown crisis as the driver behind Cheney's war plans.
Come hear LaRouche in person, or, if you can't attend, send a representative. Also, be sure to catch the broadcast live on the internet, at www.larouchepac.com. Note that this is an interactive event, and both the audience in Washington, and anyone connected via internet, will be able to submit questions as the event is going on.
June 21 will be a major event in the global dialogue on strategic policy that will determine the future of mankind, including the campaign to take back the U.S. Presidency from the present criminal lunatic occupants. LaRouche is at the center of that international dialogue. This is an event you can't afford to miss.
Preregistration is required for attendance. To register, or get more information, please call 800-929-7566.