by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. locates the crucial issues of economic policy today, in the historical context of the fight between Plato and sundry varieties of Sophist and other reductionist opponents, and in an understanding of the evil role of the oligarchy. “You will come to know, that that fight is the pivotal issue, the standpoint from which the relevant principles of physical science must be understood, in opposition to all reductionists, today. This situates that method of animations, which I outline here, which reveals, and supplants the anti-scientific frauds of the reductionist propaganda popular on university campuses and their blackboards and textbooks today. Eliminating the dictatorship exerted by such reductionist propaganda, still today, is presently crucial for the economic recovery, and for the survival of both the U.S.A., and of civilization generally.”
by Nancy Spannaus
“If the Nov. 2 vote proves to be legitimate,” commented Lyndon LaRouche on Nov. 3, “that is, that there was no massive fraud or errors, then it demonstrates that a larger portion of the American people are crazier than I previously imagined. This is particularly clear among those who cling, still, to the delusion that Bush has been successful in dealing with the economy.” With the financial crash coming on fast, even George Bush will soon wish he hadn’t been re.elected.
by Edward Spannaus
The Second Bill of Rights: FDR’s Unfinished Revolution and Why We Need It More Than Ever, by Cass R. Sunstein.
An interview with Prof. Dr. Heiner Flassbeck. Because of the European Union’s monetarist Maastricht Treaty, “we Europeans are now condemned to go the wrong neo.classical, or neo-liberal way, called: ‘Tighten your belt!’ But this wrong path leads deeper into the crisis, because with that approach you cannot solve the problem, but instead, you strangle the economy even more.”
by Gabriele Liebig
A discussion with Prof. Dr. Hans R. Klecatsky, formerly Austria’s Justice Minister, who now teaches constitutional law at the University of Innsbruck.
An interview with Gen. Harold Bedoya (ret.).
by Colin Lowry
The current flu vaccine production capacity worldwide is only 300 million doses per year, but World Health Organization experts say that several billion doses would be needed to control a new avian-derived flu pandemic.
by Marcia Merry Baker
Prof. Dr. Flassbeck was Germany’s Deputy Finance Minister in 1998.99, and is now chief economist of UNCTAD, based in Geneva. He comes from the tradition of economist Wilhelm Lautenbach, who, in 1931, had proposed a German version of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal.
Formerly Commander of the Colombian Army, General Bedoya formed his own political movement, and ran for President, on a program of fighting the narco-guerrillas and developing the country, after narco.owned President Ernesto Samper Pizano forced him to retire in 1997.
by William Jones
Boykin Pleads Ignorance on Guantanamo.
by Rainer Apel
Synarchists Reorganize Ground Troops.