|This article appears in the October 14, 2016 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
Agents of History
Oct. 7—On December 1, 1998, José López Portillo, the former President of the Republic of Mexico, declaimed, “It is now necessary for the world to listen to the wise words of Lyndon LaRouche.”
That warning, that admonition, carries more pungency and more urgency today than on the day that it was uttered.
As events unfold, with warnings of an impending financial crash coming from many different sides and numerous individuals, it is of utmost importance that all of us listen to the “wise words” of Lyndon LaRouche. In truth, none of the trans-Atlantic players on the field, even among the more insightful, have put forward proposals that indicate that they know what it is that must be done. Their minds are operating within layers of nested boxes, and their solutions are, at best, piecemeal; at worst, they are ludicrous.
Our mission is to represent the highest standard and to fight—from the standpoint of history and as allies and friends of Lyndon LaRouche—for LaRouche’s policy. We should advocate and battle for nothing less.
In a discussion with the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee's Policy Committee and others on Oct. 7, LaRouche said this:
The quotations here from LaRouche are not “his” policy. They must be the policy orientation of all of us in the LaRouche movement—the LaRouche Political Action Committee, EIR, the Manhattan Project, and every member. We represent the leadership, under LaRouche’s direction, in this crisis. What we say, what we do is critical, and we must act accordingly. We are agents of history, not practical politicians.