Schiller Institute Conference There Is No ‘Climate Emergency’—Apply the Science and Economics of Development To Stop Blackouts and Death

The Schiller Institute held a virtual international conference July 24, on the theme, “There Is No ‘Climate Emergency’—Apply Science and Economic Development To Stop Blackouts and Death,” just at the time of escalating green hysteria blaming “climate change” and CO₂ emissions for the several severe disasters at present including flooding in North Europe, China and India, the drought and heat wave in Western North America, and warnings of electricity blackouts this summer across large parts of the United States. The presentations and discussion among 20 speakers, representing eight countries, including six states, brought out that these emergencies are not from climate change, but weather events whose degree of damage is directly related to lack of infrastructure. Moreover, if the green agenda is allowed to continue, there will be mass breakdown and depopulation.

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Conference: There Is No ‘Climate Emergency’—Apply the Science and Economics of Development to Stop Blackouts and Death

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The Schiller Institute is holding an international conference Saturday, July 24, with two sessions (9 am, and 2 pm EDT), under the title: “There Is No ‘Climate Emergency’—Apply the Science and Economics of Development to Stop Blackouts and Death.”

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There Is No Climate Emergency: Apply the Science and Economics of Development To Stop Blackouts and Death

Devastating floods in Europe, China, and India. Historic drought in the Western U.S. What do these events have in common? If you said “climate change,” you’ve been had. In fact, these problems arise from too little human intervention into our environment, not too much.

Civilizations are defined by their ability to control and defend against nature’s variations and shortcomings. Those that develop an increasing ability to create improvements in their environment—a series of infrastructure platforms—flourish, while those that stagnate, fail.

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Afghanistan: Acting on a Singularity

When human societies enter a systemic, or breakdown crisis, they produce moments which seem to live in two “worlds” at the same time—worlds which are mutually contradictory or, more precisely, incommensurable. There is the equivalent of a mathematical discontinuity between them.

They are what Lyndon LaRouche referred to frequently as “singularities,” unique moments of transition between two mutually irreconcilable conditions of the system.

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Which Way For Afghanistan?

Megan Dobrodt, President of the Schiller Institute in the US, was the guest speaker on this week's Fireside Chat. She presented the choice before us in the case of Afghanistan, but considered through the eyes of scientists James Dwight Dana and Vladimir Vernadsky. It is necessary to first discuss the nature of mankind if we wish to properly discuss how to create a lasting policy of peace.

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Can Beethoven Teach Us What it Means to be American?



It is no doubt that throughout the years and throughout the world, not a soul can resist the overwhelmingly jubilant tune of Beethoven's "Ode to Joy." But why? What does it mean for a composer to strike such a universal chord? Most people today think that we can separate the artist from his creations, as they praise degenerates like Richard Wagner while neglecting the fact that he was a raging anti-Semite. Ludwig van Beethoven on the other hand was of a completely different character, and that can be heard in his music. 

In this week's Midwest Meeting, David Shavin, musician, researcher, and editor at EIR, presented Beethoven and his unrelenting commitment to the ideals of the newly founded American Republic, as well as his passion to bring that same love of mankind to a Europe utterly dominated by oligarchism.  
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Learn from the Present Crises: There is No Need for a Systemic Breakdown

The upcoming events of the Schiller Institute will make clear that there is no need for humanity to suffer from the accelerating breakdown crisis of civilization. On July 24, we will present an in depth dialogue, "There Is No Climate Emergency;" on July 31, a conference on the opportunity to use the withdrawal of U.S.-NATO troops from Afghanistan to move out of the era of endless wars, into cooperation based on mutual benefit; and on August 14, what are the lessons of Lyndon LaRouche's forecast of the end of the Bretton Woods system, on August 15, 1971, and of the advances he made in physical economy to overcome the succession of increasingly bad policy decisions made after Nixon's move.

In introducing this arc of events, Helga Zepp-LaRouche spoke of the disastrous flooding in western Germany, which resulted from a lack of preparedness and a failure to invest in infrastructure — not so different from the lack of preparedness when it came to dealing with the COVID pandemic. Instead of compounding the effects of these crises by making more bad policy decisions, let us learn from the development of the science of physical economy by Lyndon LaRouche, so we can move from these deadly events into a new era of peaceful collaboration and development.

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How to Defeat the "Great Reset" and the "Green New Deal", and the Criminal Cabal Trying to Impose Them

To win this fight, citizens of all nations must give up the mentality of victims, and get rid of the belief that those oppressing mankind are all-powerful!  The Great Reset and the Green New Deal can be defeated, provided we bring the U.S. into an alliance with other sovereign nations which oppose them, starting with Russia and China.  To those of you who fought against the regime change operation against President Trump -- the same networks of the British and U.S. "Deep State" which ran Russiagate are behind the smears and attacks on Putin and Xi!  Don't fall for their divide-and-conquer psy-ops! 
Register here for our online conference, Sat., July 24, "There Is No Climate Emergency"

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Afghanistan, Seen from the Complex Domain

Something may be developing in Afghanistan, involving forces from the United States, Russia, China, Pakistan, and several nations of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. You can tell, because everything in the power of British “Intelligence” is being done to force Biden to denounce China and Xi Jinping, now through re-running “RussiaGate” as “the Chinese hacked Microsoft.” The United States, the British declare, must not be allowed to do with China what it has just done with Russia through person-to-person talks between the heads of state. American representatives, however, have been involved in high-level discussions whose prospects for changing disastrous, decades-long failed policy are as promising as our efforts, and those of our allies, will make them. All concentration must be forced in the direction of undermining the axioms of Anglo-American failure that have characterized the past 20 years, since the still-unexplained events of 9/11, and the derived “Responsibility To Protect” preventive war policies—practices declared “crimes against humanity” at Nuremberg in 1949, policies that were also instigated, as in 2002-2003 through British Intelligence’s “dodgy dossier.”

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Afghanistan: The Future Determines the Present

Hussein Askary of the Schiller Institute paints a picture of a possible future for Afghanistan that is dominated by economic development and peaceful relations both internally and with neighboring nations, which should guide our actions in relation to Afghanistan today. As Helga Zepp-LaRouche stated on July 10, "after the hasty withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from Afghanistan, this country has become, for the moment but likely not for long, the theater of world history...In Afghanistan, it holds true more than anywhere else in the world: The new name for peace is development!" 

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