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A Global Coalition Emerges:
Productivity, Not Money!
by Nancy Spannaus
Aug. 18—``The world has suddenly changed for mankind,'' Lyndon LaRouche said on Aug. 12. The old values and alignments, ensconced in the dying trans-Atlantic financial system, are being abandoned, and China, Russia, India—and many other nations—are falling into line with a new system, of which the developments around the new institutions established by the BRICS (the organization of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) are emblematic. At the core of this is a new system of value, based on the productive powers of labor, and a new platform of productivity, with the future power of a helium-3-fueled fusion economy.
The new system emerging starts with recognizing that valuation by money and the markets is dead. As LaRouche put it during his Aug. 15 webcast, ``So, all of these things about worrying about money: Don't worry about money! Money is often more a disease than it is anything else. What we're going to have to do, is we're going to have to make a fundamental change in our entire economy. And this is being done now....'' To complete the transition, peacefully, requires bringing in the United States, through actions that begin with implementing Glass-Steagall, and the rest of LaRouche's Four Laws of physical-economy (see EIR, June 13, 2014). That is the challenge that now faces political leaders in the U.S., in the form of removing the obstacles to that transition—starting with House Speaker John Boehner, President Obama, and then, the whole Wall Street system. ...
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