by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Sky Shields, Oyang Teng, and Ben Deniston
Lyndon LaRouche, joined by Basement scientific researchers Oyang Teng, Sky Shields, and Ben Deniston, delves deeply into the question of the ontological character of the universe: that the universe is designed to achieve ever-more significant breakthroughs in energy-flux density, i.e., that it is anti-entropic, a fact that obliterates the hysterical claims of the so-called environmentalists. As LaRouche insists: “anti-entropy is the characteristic of the universe,” and that, among known lifeforms, “only the human mind has that particular kind of of anti-entropic potentiality”; that anti-entropy “is the essential precondition for the existence of the human species. The environmentalist of today is an enemy of the human species!”
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Michele Steinberg
If there were any doubt that the real targets of the mass propaganda campaign for regime-change in Syria are Russia and China, the barrage of attacks against the two permanent members of the UN Security Council should put them to rest.
by Michele Steinberg
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche warns that the danger of a “preemptive strike” against Iran is growing.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Nancy Spannaus and Christine Bierre
by Andrew Spannaus
by Liliana Gorini
by Dean Andromidas
Despite the ever-increasing levels of austerity and taxation being forced on the country, it it is now obvious that the so-called Greek bailout has not only failed, but a new bailout aimed at rescuing the first one will happen.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Nancy Spannaus
In an emergency webcast on LPAC-TV Feb. 6, Lyndon LaRouche called on American patriots to act now against the imminent threat of the British detonation of thermonuclear World War III, through their puppet Barack Obama.
by Anton Chaitkin
Historian Anton Chaitkin recounts the crucial political battles over the National Bank of Alexander Hamilton, and British imperial agents, such as Aaron Burr, who intended to destroy the fledgling United States of America.
Jacques Cheminade’s campaign for President of France is creating a buzz in the media and tremors among the political elites.