To Crush the Global Oligarchy, Apply the Schiller/LaRouche Principle of Statecraft

In her weekly dialogue, Schiller Institute Founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche evoked the principle of statecraft as developed by Friedrich Schiller as the means by which the present dominant global paradigm can be swept away. She reviewed how that paradigm is threatened by a systemic collapse, but as long as the method of the thinking imposed by the oligarchy remains hegemonic, we face a worsening world situation of pandemics, famine and war.

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Live Event: The Florestan Principle: Why LaRouche Wrote, and Practiced “Politics as Art”

Join us LIVE at 2pm EST. Today’s meeting will feature Dennis Speed, Diane Sare and Matthew Ogden in a discussion of Lyndon LaRouche’s 2000 article “Politics as Art”.

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Who Sets Your Objectives? Who Chooses Your Enemies?

While the fight against the COVID pandemic makes headlines every day, what is the defense against the plague of “woke” thought and Critical Race Theory being promoted in the trans-Atlantic world? How is it that people in very similar situations, barring certain factors of their appearance or background, are being pitted against each other, in an effort to root out such supposedly grave ills as the “violence” of heteronormativity, all while the British financial empire busies itself, unmolested, in engineering bailouts to keep itself afloat and promoting a “greening” of the world economy that will, unless it is defeated, wreak physical economic devastation far worse than that inflicted by COVID?

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Dr. Joycelyn Elders, Former U.S. Surgeon General, on Behalf of the Committee for the Coincidence of Opposites

As the year 2020 draws to a close, let us fervently hope and diligently work, that the new year, will bring about a great transformation for the health and well being of all humanity. 

This year has seen a sea of troubles, starting with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already killed over 1.7 million people worldwide; which has exacerbated a famine crisis in large parts of the world and which according to World Food Program director David Beasley, now threatens the lives of 270 million people; which has created mass unemployment and increasingly desperate conditions throughout the globe.

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Christmas Will Not Be So Merry for Most This Year

The time to celebrate the Christmas message of “Peace On Earth and Good Will Towards Men” comes at a moment in history in which such peace and good will is desperately needed, but sorely lacking. The death rate of the pandemic is reaching record rates in many parts of the non-Asian world, while the death rate by starvation is threatening to reach Biblical proportions over the coming months if vast emergency measures are not put in place immediately. The necessary cooperation between the world’s major nations—especially between the two largest economies of China and the U.S.—is non-existent.

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President Trump Addresses American People on Why the Vote Fraud Must Be Fought

While the media focus on President Donald Trump’s remarks on the COVID relief bill, almost no media even mention that he also posted a 14-minute address on the significance of the vote fraud last night, never mind the content of what he said.

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Britain’s New Virus Strain Triggers ‘Everything Crisis’

Developments in the United Kingdom over the last 48-72 hours indicate how, in a systemic breakdown crisis, worsening of any one aspect of the crisis triggers a further breakdown everywhere else. The out-of-control new strain of the virus in England caused Europe-wide measures to cut all travel with the U.K.; which led to huge lines of thousands of trucks unable to leave England for continental Europe; which caused panic buying and shortages in stores in the U.K.; and all of this nine days before the Brexit break between the U.K. and Europe is scheduled to go into effect.

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HHS Secretary Azar: Operation Warp Speed Reminds Americans ‘To Think Big’

In opening the Vaccination Kick-Off at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) yesterday, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar spoke of the “great pride” and “gratitude” which he and other Americans have for the role played by the NIH in developing the COVID-19 vaccines “which will save thousands and thousands of lives and help bring this dark chapter to an end.” NIH’s contribution was not limited to its participation in developing specific COVID-19 vaccines under Operation Warp Speed, but included many prior years of work dedicated to developing mRNA vaccine technology when many thought it was “a longshot,” he reported.

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Stella Moris: Pardoning Assange Will Also Defend the U.S. Constitution and First Amendment

In an in-depth interview with Revolver.news, published today, Stella Moris-Smith Robinson, fiancée of Julian Assange, developed in greater detail several themes she has discussed in previous interviews, starting with the fact that Assange has committed no crime, and that this is “an unconstitutional, political case that has bent the law to suit its political objective. It turns necessary journalistic practices — communicating with a source and having and publishing true information — into crimes."

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Trump Team Plans More Supreme Court Submissions; Jan. 6 Challenges to Electors Also Shaping Up

Speaking last night on the Sean Spicer show on Newsmax, Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani announced that yesterday's filing at the Supreme Court to overturn the decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court regarding mail-in ballots, is only the first of several such actions that the Trump campaign intends to take. Were it not for the fact that some “crooked” governors in contested states won’t grant access to voting machines, he said, fraud could be easily proven. Giuliani pointed to the case of Arizona, where he said it would only be necessary to prove 10,000 contested votes (of non-citizens), and charged that the Republican Governor of Georgia Brian Kemp is holding onto the voting machine for which he paid $110 million, refusing to allow it to be examined.

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