Evidence of Lunacy and the Need for Strategic Sanity

In a press conference immediately following his June 16 summit discussion with President Biden, Russian President Vladimir Putin was asked about the future of U.S.-Russian relations.

“As for sanctions and economic restrictions, I have already pointed out that we are not aware of the domestic political mood and the line-up of forces [in the U.S.], or rather we know, but we cannot fully understand the developments. Some forces are against improving relations with Russia, and others support this. I cannot say which of them will win.”

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Following Geneva, Putin Makes Generous Offer

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Reviewing events since the Biden-Putin summit in Geneva, Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp LaRouche pointed to the history lesson Putin gave, which was published in Die Zeit, as a further example of his commitment to make sure that the lessons of World War II are learned. That the war hawk faction in the U.S. is proceeding with more sanctions against Russia and attacks on China -- including the hilarious threat to "isolate China!" -- shows that these lessons are still badly needed. This weekend's online Schiller Institute conference comes at just the right moment, to give citizens an opportunity to intervene in shaping history. With new waves of COVID threatening, electricity flickering in Milan and bridges collapsing in Germany, what kind of idiocy is it to spend more money on wars, instead of building new platforms of infrastructure?

 

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What Will It Take to Put the Trans-Atlantic War Hawks Out of Business?

In spite of the continuation of slanders and threats against Russian President Putin, coming from War Hawks in London, Washington and NATO, he wrote an article designed to build on the baby steps away from nuclear war from his Geneva summit with Biden. We must not allow "the burden of past misunderstandings" prevent us from "concentrating on the challenges at hand," he wrote. While there is momentum toward dialogue, the imperial war hawks will stubbornly pursue provocative actions, until they are removed from any positions of power and influence. If we learned anything from the Geneva summit, it is that we must create a movement among citizens to reinforce the conclusion that no one can win a nuclear war.

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Censorship and Psy-War, Courtesy of the City of London

This week's {Executive Intelligence Review} features the story of Who's Who in controlling the narratives which appear in social media. You know you're being lied to, but who are the liars-in-chief? The same networks which fabricate lying narratives such as Russiagate, Putin's legions of hackers and poisoners, and Chinese concentration camps in Xinjiang, control the "fact checkers" who protect the real liars, centered in the intelligence community in London, Wall Street, and Washington, working hand-in-hand with Silicon Valley tech giants. For more on this, watch the report by Mike Robinson, the co-editor of "UK Column", available here:
Sanctions Are Killers, and Are Driving the World Away from the U.S. and the Dollar

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New U.S. Sanctions over Navalny and Nord Stream 2 as Antonov Returns to Washington

U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan announced on June 20 that Washington was preparing another package of anti-Russian sanctions over Alexey Navalny and against Russian companies participating in the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia underneath the Baltic Sea to Europe.

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Invitation: Join the Schiller Institute Conference June 26-27

U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin emerged from their four-hour summit discussion in Geneva, Switzerland, to present to the world a “U.S.-Russia Presidential Joint Statement on Strategic Stability,” whose brief text includes the following central commitment: “Today, we reaffirm the principle that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.” That exact phrase was used by Presidents Reagan and Gorbachev in their famous November 1985 summit at the height of the Cold War, in the very same location.

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Peaceful Cooperation, or the Insanity of Geopolitics and Neoliberalism

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The future is being shaped by the battle between two Paradigms: One, that of the unilateralist insistence, directed from London and Washington, that all nations must give up sovereignty and submit to the phony Rules-Based Order of imperial financial dictators; or move into an era defined by peaceful cooperation for mutual benefit. The world is currently trapped in the former, but signs exist that the latter can be brought into being, depending on the courage and creativity of citizens in moving governments to act in the interests of the people of sovereign republics, rather than bow down to an imperial oligarchy. Join the Schiller Institute for our online conference, June 26 and 27 -- to participate in the mobilization to create a new anti-Malthusian paradigm.

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Schiller Institute: Crush the Green New Deal; Crush the War Party; Build the New Paradigm

The Schiller Institute International Conference which will take place next weekend, under the theme: “For the Common Good of All People, Not Rules Benefitting the Few!” has been given a few small, but greatly significant boosts in the real world over the past week. The most important was the unexpected Communiqué following the Summit between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. While no Communiqué was necessarily expected, it was signed by both men, and repeated the exact words of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev after their November 1985 summit, also in Geneva, that “Today, we reaffirm the principle that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.” Not surprisingly, this extraordinarily important statement—at a time when leading figures and institutions around the world, including this organization, were warning that the world was closer to nuclear war than any time since the Cold War, or perhaps ever—has been largely ignored, or even blacked out, in the leading Western press.

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Address to Peruvian Engineers — October 2, 2001

Join us on Sunday at 11am EDT for this week's LaRouche Show with Gretchen Small introducing Lyndon LaRouche's address to a group of Peruvian engineers shortly after the 9/11 attacks on the United States. 

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Biden-Putin Summit a Baby-Step Forward: The War Party Is Not Happy

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While the pre-summit summits were dominated by militant bluster from trans-Atlantic imperial warlords, Putin and Biden stepped back from the edge of the cliff in the joint statement released after their summit: "Today," they declared, "we reaffirm the principle that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought."  They spoke about the unspeakable, the threat of nuclear war.


This is a rare positive step, but inadequate, as those demanding the U.S. military be employed to protect a non-existent "Rules-Based Order" will not stop in their efforts to enact regime change Color Revolutions against those who reject their world order.  Real sustainable peace depends on a move to a new paradigm, which requires breaking through the degenerate culture that controls how people think.  Join us in a dialogue on how to do that.

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