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LaRouche Berlin Webcast:
World Crisis on the Eve
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"The worst and best moments in history come to most people, most of the time, as a surprise," said Lyndon LaRouche in his Oct. 31 webcast from Berlin. "And that is going to be the case with what's happening in the world now. We are now at the end of an entire period of history. During the middle of September, in the U.S. and other parts of the world affected directly by the U.S., there was the beginning of a new downturn in the world economy. This is somewhat complicated by the fact that there is an election campaign, so-called midterm election, now occurring inside the United States." Despite the illusions of almost all people and governments, the crisis that is about to hit will be something they are completely unprepared to deal with. How, then, do we proceed? Dialogue With LaRouche: Questions from the Berlin audience, the audience in Washington, D.C. hooked in by videoconference, and from listeners around the world who e-mailed their queries.
International E-Mail Dialogue With LaRouche
Preceding the webcast, LaRouche received many questions and comments from around the world, continuing the e-mail dialogue that followed his Sept. 6 webcast. A selection from Italy, Germany, India, China, Turkey, and Colombia, with LaRouche's written replies.
LaRouche addresses a private seminar in Berlin the day after the webcast. In answer to a question, he explains how to create a new financial-monetary system, under conditions of crisis. The main thing to understand, he said, is that "money is useful to mankind only as a medium of exchange, a politically controlled medium of exchange. It has no intrinsic value."
FDR on `Eliminating the Dollar Sign'
LaRouche Youth Movement member Niko D. Paulson reports on the effects of the national campaign strategy in the United States, of LaRouche and his youth movement.
After the Brazil President's resounding victory, international bankers are worried what Brazil will do as the global system implodes.
Conference Highlights Arab Break
With Bush-Cheney Madness
A report on the annual conference of the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations (NCUSAR), which took place in Washington Oct. 30-31.
Chas W. Freeman, Jr.:
The Gulf Cooperation Council and
the Management of Policy Consequences
Remarks to the NCUSAR conference by the former Undersecretary of Defense and former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
The Janus face of the Swedish Model
Lieberman Democrats Confronted in Berlin