by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. writes that “The case of ‘Curiosity,’ when appropriately assessed, should generate the effect of a shocking change, for the sake of which society must now profoundly redefine its outlook respecting almost everything, on Earth, and under the Sun.... The necessary effect should be a powerful effect of a happy discovery, a discovery which has been adopted by people who have come, really, to know what constitutes a really important discovery of a sweepingly new quality in viewing the future of our species.
“In the history of the human species, that is the way we should read our experiences. It is the experience which should define for others, both what the members of our species really are, or have merely chosen to be, or, what we might come to discover, later, even much later, that we really have been heretofore.”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The strategic situation is now more dangerous than during the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, or the medium-range missile crisis: We are on the brink of thermonuclear annihilation of the human species. Yet in Germany, nobody is talking about it.
EIR specialists Hussein Askary and Ramtanu Maitra are guests on The LaRouche Show, documenting the long history of connivance between the British monarchy and the House of Saud.
by Hussein Askary
With the clock ticking to Election Day, Lyndon LaRouche gave two webcasts, stressing the need to dump Obama and institute a new, non-party political system. Hillary Clinton can play a crucial role, if she chooses to do so.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
New revelations show that the Administration knew perfectly well that the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya was a terrorist assault, not a spinoff of some non-existent demonstration. Further, there were U.S. rapid-reaction forces ready to intervene, but they were told to stand down.
Strong words from Zbigniew Brzezinksi, the former anti-Soviet hawk who, as Carter Administration National Security Advisor, helped create the rebel mujahideen in Afghanistan.
by Nancy Spannaus
Although the growing movement for reimposing Glass-Steagall banking regulation has not even been mentioned in the Presidential debates, the restoration of FDR’s Glass-Steagall principle is a matter of life-or-death for the American population.
by Claudio Celani
Irish parliamentarian Thomas Pringle challenged the European Union’s permanent bailout fund known as the European Stability Mechanism (ESM). The European Court of Justice heard the case that the EU didn’t want anyone to hear.
An interview with Thomas Pringle.
by Marsha Freeman
The missions that are being carried out today are a testament to the stubborn refusal of space planners to acquiesce to the prospect that there will be no tomorrow. But will they receive the support they need to succeed?
Pringle is an Independent member of the Irish Dáil (parliament), and an opponent of the European Stability Mechanism, the new perpetual bailout for the banks.