by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In response to a report from Russia, the author highlights three major points to be considered to understand the global situation today: 1) the trend since the death of President Kennedy toward a globalized form of physical and financial decline internationally; 2) the rise of globalization, and its forceful enslavement of nations; and 3) the critical consideration: the embedded belief of the majority of people today in universal entropy. This belief is opposed to the reality that both human economies and the human species develop anti-entropically. As an appendix to his report, LaRouche includes a discussion of his Triple Curve forecast, distinguishing the three curves of a monetary economy, with the two curves of a credit economy.
by Rachel Douglas
Lyndon LaRouche termed the Oct. 13 agreements between Russia and China a significant, smart move in the setting of the global systemic economic crisis, because these agreements mean that China’s U.S. dollar reserves are now worth something real, despite the fall of the dollar, because China is investing its dollars in infrastructure and other physical production.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche said that the significance of the V.I. Vernadsky State Geological Museum today lies in the need to return the postponed scientific questions of physical economy to the head of the agenda, “both for life on our planet itself, and the broader issues of the conditions of life bearing on human life, and life itself, in nearby regions of our Solar system.”
by Debra Hanania-Freeman
President Obama’s popularity has undergone a more dramatic decline, during these last nine months, than any U.S. President in more than 50 years. Voter distrust that Washington has their interests at heart is increasing, as the physical economy ratchets downward since the Sept. 30 end of the fiscal year.
by John Hoefle
Production of the machine tools in America is all but dead, as sales of these and related technologies plunged 68% in the first eight months of this year. That means not only layoffs, but the decimation of a skilled labor force.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Franklin Bell
Dr. Natalia Vitrenko and Vladimir Marchenko, national chairwoman and deputy chairman of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, and signers of Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s “Call for a New Bretton Woods” more than ten years ago, gave a seminar in Wiesbaden, Germany, to members and friends of the LaRouche movement.
EIR Counterintelligence Director Jeffrey Steinberg and South Asia specialist Ramtanu Maitra give a strategic and historical overview of this complex region of the world, which almost nobody in the United States understands.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche