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How We Shall Break the EU's Stranglehold
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

At the European Conference of Germany's Civil Rights Solidarity Movement (BüSo) in Mainz-Kastel, Germany on Dec. 1, the party's national chair, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, gave this keynote speech, which has been slightly revised and shortened for publication.
Good day, dear BüSo members, distinguished guests, our conference is preparatory to the European parliamentary elections in May 2014, and I want to tell you that I am confident that there is a very good chance that we can implement the program that we have made our theme here, and that it will be possible to have a Europe of the Fatherlands, which will be dedicated to a common mission for humanity. Why am I so optimistic? This is of course not the Zeitgeist here in Germany, which is still groaning from the effects of the ``non-election'' campaign, which will now continue with a non-discussion during the coalition negotiations. But I am still very optimistic. Because with the European elections scheduled for May 22-25, there is still almost half a year left, and during this half-year there will be such dramatic developments, that nothing will be what it like looks today. In fact, the world is now in incredible turmoil, and it is likely that the EU stranglehold, which is now choking the peoples of Europe, will break by then.
Why am I so optimistic? You may have noticed that an earthquake is taking place right now, breaking apart Ukraine's association with the EU. Ukraine has just removed itself from the vise-grip of the European Commission and the EU bureaucracy....
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  • How We Shall Break the EU's Stranglehold
    The Civil Rights Solidarity Movement (BüSo) convened to plan its campaign for the May 2014 European Parliament elections. BüSo chair Helga Zepp-LaRouche gave this keynote speech, a strategic overview of the world situation, from the danger of war in Asia, to the intervention of Pope Francis against 'an economy that kills,' to the mobilization in the United States for GlassSteagall. She presented a detailed report on the European Union's takedown of Europe's productive economy and labor force; the atrocity of the Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA), which is being prepared in secrecy; and the incompetence and cowardice of Germany's political establishment in the face of these dangers. She concluded with a lengthy discussion of what must be done, featuring the role of the LaRouche movement during the past 40 years; China's current offer for Eurasian development; and the lesson of President John F. Kennedy's legacy for the United States and Europe.



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