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LPAC-TV Interview: The LaRouche Candidates;
An Instantaneous Shift to Science-Driven Development

Four of the six LaRouche Democratic Congressional candidates—Dave Christie, from the Seattle area in Washington; Diane Sare, from northern New Jersey; Bill Roberts, from the Detroit area of Michigan; and Summer Shields from the San Francisco Bay Area in California—were interviewed on LPAC-TV on Aug. 18 by Sky Shields of the LaRouche Basement Project....
Sky Shields: To give all of you a picture of what will turn out to be a lesson in physical economics, in the face of where we stand right now, what most of the world's population and U.S. population are seeing around them—the insane measures that are being taken in the name of economics: We're watching our President in a state of collapse, and in his dying throes. He's pushing a series of policies which, if enacted, will represent the destruction of not just the U.S., but most of the trans-Atlantic system, and the global economic system, and which will tear down the living standards and result in the loss of life for much of the world's population. In the face of that, I think it's worth discussing what the alternative is on the table right now, something that's been put forth by Lyndon LaRouche, but which all of you as candidates are representing in a very intensive, real way, on the ground. To give a sense, what will serve for most people, as not simply as a lesson in physical economics, not simply in matters of production, not simply in how you would reorganize a financial system in order to attain certain physical goals, but really, in a study of what we represent, what we mean when we say that ``mankind is an immortal species.'' ...
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  • The Really Fearful Crisis:
    Labor To Rebuild the World Is Thrown on Global Scrapheap

    Driving this worst of all crises, is the shutdown for a generation—across the transAtlantic world—of investment in new infrastructure platforms envisaged since the 1960s, e.g., transcontinental rail corridor projects; land-bridge crossings; nuclear and other power projects; the grand terraforming projects like NAWAPA; and the exploration and colonization of space. An estimated 60 million of the most skilled and productive jobs have disappeared worldwide; the most skilled and productive workforces are being decimated.
  • On Oligarchical Food Cartels, and the Threat of Famine
    Along with the current decline in worldwide food output, wild speculation, and food price hyperinflation, there is a rampage underway of buyouts and consolidation of control of the world food chain by a select few commodities cartels— Cargill, ADM, Bunge, Dreyfus, et al.—from farm inputs, to storage, processing, transport, distribution, and even land and water.
  • Deregulation Ruined European Agriculture
    Erwin Schöpges, a Belgian dairy farmer and farm leader, addressed the Schiller Institute's conference in Rüsselsheim, Germany, on July 2.


  • Zepp-LaRouche Interview:
    Paris Summit Failure—We've Reached the Point of Decision

    Helga Zepp-LaRouche was interviewed on LPAC-TV, following the failed Aug. 16 'summit' on the European financial-economic crisis in Paris, between German Chancellor Merkel and French President Sarkozy, which was supposed to calm the markets. Of course, it did no such thing. Only by reawakening the Classical tradition in Germany, and the Revolutionary principles of America, will humanity solve the crisis.



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