Acting on the Wise Words of Lyndon LaRouche

The United States has repeatedly made decisions contrary to the proposals and policies of Lyndon LaRouche over the last half-century, since Nixon’s dismantling of the Bretton Woods system. One example was LaRouche’s Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007, which addressed a problem that was not recognized as a problem, while posing a solution that ran entirely counter to the prevailing, suicidal economic trends. At that time of LaRouche’s proposal — prior to the collapse of the U.S. housing bubble, which triggered a financial panic that drove an initially recalcitrant Congress to vote and then vote again for a bailout under threats of the imposition of martial law — not only were rising house prices and levels of homeownership (or at least mortgage holdership) seen as positive economic indicators, the financial products created based on these mortgages fit right in to the increasingly speculative, financialized, and fraudulent “economy” of the United States.

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The Opportunity Offered by Afghanistan

While the discussion of Afghanistan focuses on the dangers ahead, and is generally pessimistic -- while presenting no alternative -- the Schiller Institute provided a beautiful example of how collaboration in the development of that nation points to the prospect of peace and prosperity for the world.  With the extension of China's Belt-and-Road Initiative into Afghanistan as a starting point, speakers addressed how development, and not more military intervention and meddling, is the key to peace.  The full discussion is available at the schillerinstitute.com, and can be a source of optimism for all but those most committed to a pessimistic attachment to the world of never-ending geopolitical confrontations. 

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Schiller Institute Afghanistan Webinar: Circulate a Common Interest Development Program Right Away

Today the Schiller Institute brought together in a five-hour intense discussion at an international virtual conference, diplomats and experts from many nations, including Afghanistan, Russia, China, Pakistan, the United States, Italy and others, on the theme: “Afghanistan: A Turning Point in History After the Failed Regime-Change Era.

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Conference—Afghanistan: A Turning Point in History After the Failed Regime-Change Era

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Schiller Institute International Conference – July 31, 2021

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Climate Change Cult Drops Its Mask and Calls for Human Population Reduction

July 30—One of the planning documents for COP26 was just released and provides a useful reminder of the malevolent origins of the Environmentalist movement.

 "Thus even though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for Unesco to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed
of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at
least become thinkable. "

-Julian Huxley 1946  "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Philosophy"

 

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The US's TVA Project in Afghanistan

This week's Fireside Chat featured an exciting presentation from David Shavin of Executive Intelligence Review, on the history you were never told about the plot to develop Afghanistan. Think Afghanistan has always been a lifeless desert that is plagued by corruption and sectarian fighting? Think again.

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Stopping the British Empire’s Age of Depopulation

You may have missed it, but back on July 23 the British hosts of the upcoming Glasgow COP26 UN climate change conference announced excitedly that there were only 100 days left to the beginning of their Nov. 1-12 green atrocity, which is intended to usher in the Age of Depopulation based on enforced deadly cutbacks in energy and industrial production, justified by a supposed “science of climate change.” This is the Schachtian nightmare that Lyndon LaRouche warned 50 years ago would become Mankind’s fate, if we failed to alter the deadly policy course adopted on August 15, 1971. That policy course has not been altered—yet.

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Behind the Green New Deal: Hjalmar Schacht

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The Enemies of the Human Race’s Success Are About To Be Placed into Orbit!

In the course of her briefing to the European organization yesterday, Helga Zepp-LaRouche called for the creation of a trans-national task force for scientific truth, tasked with deploying the “united front” of forces that were assembled in embryo at the Saturday “There Is No Climate Emergency” Schiller Institute conference. The first sobering scientific truth is that there is no reason for the 300 million-plus people on the planet now in danger of starvation to go hungry. There is no reason for anyone on the planet not to have electricity, now, with the technologies available. There is no reason that anyone has to walk three hours or more to retrieve sometimes-contaminated water, when fresh water can be made readily available. That truth was established by the conference speakers—farm leaders, scientists, retired military officers, nuclear engineers, and Schiller Institute representatives.

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To Defeat the Fascist Global Green Deal, Afghanistan Development Can Be the Key

The Schiller Institute’s July 24 conference of scientists and technologists, “There Is No ‘Climate Emergency’—Apply the Science and Economics of Development To Stop Blackouts and Death,” threw down the gauntlet to the so-called Green New Deal being imposed by big finance on the governments of the world without the consent of their governed. The conference made clear the actual answer of competent scientists, engineers, meteorologists to the threat of extreme weather events: Build better infrastructure and maintain it! Build seawall and water management and storage infrastructure against storms and floods; build river basin development and water transfer infrastructure to cope with droughts; build reliable electric power infrastructure, especially nuclear, to make economies work for human life.

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