Most of the World is Hungry for Change

The contrast between the flop of the Malthusians with the failure of their "climate summit", and the successful deliberation at the 2-day Schiller Institute conference demonstrates that there is an urgency in breaking with the present paradigm, and achieving cooperation among all leading nations. The dividing line is between Trans-Atlantic nations sticking with neoliberal, colonial policies, and geopolitical provocations, and those nations committed to cooperation for economic development. Helga developed this contrast, as it exists regarding all major crises, from addressing the humanitarian disaster facing Afghanistan; the crisis at the Poland-Belarus border; the COVID pandemic, which is surging through Europe; and dealing with hyperinflation, caused by the decision to bailout bankrupt corporations, rather than invest in developing new manufacturing centers at the frontiers of science. She called on viewers to join the Schiller Institute, at a moment when historical decisions are being made. The changes we have proposed will work; but, if these changes do not take place, the West will collapse, due to moral bankruptcy.

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  • Vic Frank
    commented 2021-11-20 21:00:17 -0500
    Thank you. Let me quote Alexander Hamilton: "When a government betrays the people by amassing too much power and becoming tyrannical, the people have no choice but to exercise their original right of self-defence — to fight the government.
    Alexander Hamilton
  • Christopher Sare
    published this page in Leading Developments 2021-11-19 12:23:48 -0500