On the Third Anniversary of Lyndon LaRouche’s Passing:
Why The World Needs The LaRouche Method of Discovery
Lyndon LaRouche’s revolutionary ideas of physical economy, the idea of the necessary constant upshifts of the world economic platform are premised on the universal necessity of creative discovery. This idea can be approached by looking at LaRouche’s work in advancing the ideas of three scientists in particular: Leibniz, Bernard Riemann, and Vladimir Vernadsky. The applications of LaRouche’s work became the idea of the Development Corridor in the 1980s, and is the active program now known as “Operation Ibn Sina,” which is very much a part of the Schiller Institute’s Committee for the Coincidence of Opposites.
Speakers will include Harley Schlanger and members of the LaRouche Organization.
The Committee was founded by Helga Zepp-LaRouche former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders with the onset of the COVID pandemic and the need for a World Health Platform. That full platform requires the creation of 1.5 billion productive jobs to provide the water, electricity, and other infrastructure to create a modern health system in every nation on the planet.