Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. gave these opening remarks to an April 7 webcast, sponsored by the LaRouche Political Action Committee, in Washington, D.C. Many people are coming to the realization, LaRouche said, that we need a new financial architecture. "We can not continue under the present one. What is undecided in the minds of many, is what that architecture should be. Many have opinions, more or less superficial in many cases. But there is no consensus, at present, on what has to be done. Now, my function here, today, is to summarize the issue, in such a form that the discussion might be structured, rather than chaotic, as it tends to be, in the United States today."
The Italian Chamber of Deputies approved a motion calling on the government to promote "an international conference at the level of Heads of State and Government, to globally define a new and more just monetary and financial system." Documentation: Excerpts from the parliamentary debate.
The Political Context for the
The Parliamentary Debate
The Resolution for a
New Bretton Woods
Documentation: Colombian President Uribe's map-briefing to the other Presidents.
UN Reports on Rise in
Tuberculosis in Africa
Lyndon LaRouche honors the passing of Pope John Paul II with a comment on the Pontiff's new book, Memory and Identity: Conversations at the Dawn of a Millennium.
Presidents Johnson and Eisenhower both promoted the idea of nuclear-powered desalination for the Mideastthe core of what later became Lyndon LaRouche's "Oasis Plan." In his doctoral dissertation, Paul Wolfowitz came out vigorously against it.
Chinese Patriots Move To
Defuse Ignition of a Cross-Strait Crisis
Documentation: The joint statement of Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian and opposition leader Chairman James Soong, opposing Taiwan's secession.
Chinese Anti-Secession Law
In Memoriam: Jorge Carrillo,
the Worker-Minister Who
Played the `LaRouche Card'
Jorge Carrillo: Leader For Social Justice
Carrillo's Campaign vs. Fascist Economics
Two Years Later:
Iraq at a Crossroads
`Peace in Palestine' Conference in Malaysia
British Surrogates Lose
The alliance of right-wing Protestants and Catholics who brought George W. Bush into the Presidency, and are campaigning for the President on so-called "religious issues," is a "new Nazi movement," charged Lyndon LaRouche at his April 7 webcast.
Documentation: Excerpts from remarks by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the American Society of International Law.
Former State Department Legal Advisor
Blames DOJ Lawyers for Prisoner Abuse
Cleaning Up U.S. Politics Without DeLay