Volume 38, Number 13, April 1, 2011


A New Peace of Westphalia: Up from the Ruin which the Roman Empires Have Made of This World  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

We are now confronted with a task of reconstruction of the physical economy of every nation on the planet, far more challenging, strategically, than anything in modern history, notably, since the 1648 Peace of Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Years War. The destruction wrought by successive “Roman” empires, down to their present incarnation in the center of monetarist imperial tyranny, London, must now come to an end, one way or another: either by the final collapse of the system under the weight of trillions of dollars in toxic debt; or through its long-overdue overthrow by the current worldwide mass strike.

But more than the defeat of the Empire is required if humanity is to survive and prosper. As recent outbursts of our Sun, and their impact around the Pacific Rim of Fire, powerfully indicate, unless mankind learns to understand and tame such cosmic events, our species may, before too long, go the way of the dinosaurs.



I. The End of Monetarism  

The Effects of Rejecting the SDI

British Imperialism’s Strategy

Britain’s ‘Seven Years War’ Policy

But, Mervyn King Misses the Target

Two Immiscible Varieties of Money

The History of This Problem

‘The Oligarchical Principle’

II. The Challenge of Physical Economy  

The Entry of British Geopolitics

Platforms on Which Society Depends

The Evil Which Is Liberalism

Life in Our Galaxy

Examine Your Own Mind!

The Role of Bernhard Riemann

Plan of the Investigation

Science, Poetry, Music & Politics

‘The Freaks Must Gather!’

The Human Mind’s Mass Effects

History’s Ironic Moments

When the British Empire Took Over

The Option: Cusa’s Revolution

On the Subject of ‘Energy-Flux Density’

III. The System of Physical Economy  

Adam Smith Was an Evil Man

The Strategic Significance of Marx

The End of Monetarism

IV. What Happened to Those Dinosaurs?  

Let Satan Be Heard!


LaRouche’s Concept of the SDI

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A chapter from a March 1982 Memorandum by LaRouche, entitled “Only Beam-Weapons Could Bring to an End the Kissingerian Age of Mutual Thermonuclear Terror: A Proposed Modern Military Policy of the United States.”

LaRouche’s SDI Changed the World

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Jeffrey Steinberg’s speech to a conference of the International Caucus of Labor Committees and the Schiller Institute on March 21, 1993.


The German Earthquake