by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
An excerpt from the Aug. 8 LaRouche PAC webcast, in which Lyndon LaRouche stated: “What mankind is going to have to do is simply go out there and do what the Chinese are doing.... They have defined what the challenge of the Moon is.”
by Creighton Cody Jones
China’s dedication to the future development of mankind is exemplified by its commitment to elevate and upgrade its space program, to a mission of exploring, developing, and mining the Moon, with a special emphasis placed upon the ultimate use of the chemical isotope helium-3, as a fuel for thermonuclear fusion-powered energy production—the next frontier in technology revolutions.
by Benjamin Deniston
Benjamin Deniston gave this presentation at the Aug. 8 LaRouche PAC webcast, on the coming scientific and economic revolution to be achieved with helium-3-fueled thermonuclear fusion power.
by Nancy Spannaus
The Russian government has been engaged in non-stop diplomacy, to try to avert further genocide by Ukrainian forces that are besieging the southeastern cities of Lugansk and Donetsk. Kiev, Washington, and London have responded: We will consider the delivery of humanitarian aid by Russia to be an invasion. The Russians have drawn the consequences: to prepare for war.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
While the Western mass media have continued to demonize Russian President Putin, it is, instead, the British and U.S. governments, NATO, and the EU, which are pushing a confrontation with Russia, risking thermonuclear world war. There is only one way out for Germany: Withdraw from NATO immediately.
With its July 25 vote declaring that “the president shall not deploy or maintain United States Armed Forces in a sustained combat role in Iraq without specific statutory authorization for such use,” the U.S. Congress reasserted its constitutional authority. Obama has defied them. Will they act?
by Douglas DeGroot
President Obama’s performance at a meeting with African youth leaders in Washington on July 28 made it clear that he has no intention of shifting to a development policy for Africa, and instead, would continue to support the British imperial financial looting of the continent.
by Nancy Spannaus
Obama—even more than Bush—is violating the Constitution by spying on Americans, usurping the prerogatives of Congress, and conducting illegal wars.
by Lawrence K. Freeman
Contrary to Obama’s private-sector-only approach to investment in Africa, the New Development Bank’s dedication to lending money to build infrastructure in developing nations will provide Africa with an alternative institution to finance energy, water, and transportation projects desperately needed throughout the continent.
A statement circulated by EIR at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.