Executive Intelligence Review

In Preparation for
Lyndon LaRouche's Berlin Webcast
on October 31, 2006

Oct. 18. 2006 (EIRNS)—The following information was released today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee.

On October 31, Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee will sponsor a webcast convened simultaneously in the keystone national capitals of Berlin, Germany and Washington, D.C.

The timing of this broadcast was chosen to conform to the crucially significant period of the last days preceding the U.S. national mid-term elections. That election already represents a crucial turning-point in current world history, as the threat of a massive U.S. aerial attack on Iran coincides with an onrushing general crisis of the U.S. and world monetary-financial systems, and a poltical upsurge within significant parts of the U.S. population, expressed growing popular disgust with the "politics as usual" currents within the Democratic as well as Republican Party.

There are readily available real opportunities to bring together nations which will be willing to respond to the presently escalating world economic and other crises, and to unite them around support for implementable real alternatives to a new world economic depression.

The webcast will begin promptly at 16:00 hours Berlin time, and 10:00 a.m. Washington, D.C. time. Access through the Internet will be available at other national locations. The session including the principal address by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., will continue for three hours. Discussion and other communications from relevant institutions and notable individuals will be featured during the webcast. Spillover from the proceedings will be presented on the LPAC Internet site.

The webcast can be accessed live via www.larouchepac.com.

Dialogue Archive

The Oct. 31 webcast will continue a process of international dialogue with Mr. LaRouche, which entered a new phase with his Sept. 6, 2006 webcast. For maximum benefit from the Oct. 31 discussion, policy-makers and citizens are encouraged to read the transcript of the Sept. 6 discussion, and some of the interchanges which followed. The relevant documents are: