by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In a speech to a conference in Germany on Dec. 2, 1995, Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. warns that the planet faces the most profound crisis in some 500 years—worse than what preceded either of the two world wars. There is only one avenue toward hope—and that is to unleash the creativity which is the essence of the human species.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche says that if the Maastricht Treaty is continued, then the conditions of Europe will degenerate into those existing before the emergence of the nationstate. She then draws attention to two thinkers who were both filled with passionate love for the idea of a community of peoples: Nikolaus of Cusa, and G.W. Leibniz.
by Christopher White
“The essential conditions for a general economic and financial breakdown crisis have been more than satisfied. The precise timing will turn out to be a matter of politics.”
by Marcia Merry Baker
Documents how in one generation, the net productivity of the workforce has declined.
by Richard Freeman
Measures the deceptive nature of Gross Domestic Product against the criteria of useful physical production.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
Financial turnover has increased by 430 times, while even the badly flawed accounting measure of GDP showed a mere 13-fold increase.
by John Hoefle
EIR’s banking columnist John Hoefle shows that there is not enough money in circulation to cover all the financial claims out there—and why orderly bankruptcy proceedings are the only sane solution.
by Edward Spannaus
The political decline of Newt Gingrich in the United States, plus the mass demonstrations against the Maastricht Treaty in France, signify the beginning of a serious effort to roll back the Conservative Revolution.
by Konstantin George
A majority of Russians voted for parties that have profiled themselves as opponents of the failed “reforms.”
by Scott Thompson and Jeffrey Steinberg
The Clinton Administration refused to repair the Anglo-American “special relationship,” and that put the British royal family on shaky ground even within the factional alignments of European oligarchies.
Not only democracy in the kingdom, but stability for the entire Middle East is at stake.