A transcript of the LaRouche PAC webcast of Oct. 10, featuring host Matthew Ogden, Science Team members Megan Beets and Ben Deniston, and EIR Ibero-American Intelligence Director Dennis Small. The discussion ranged from the horrors of the Ebola epidemic—the New Black Death—to the horrors of the New Dark Age, brought on by the rampage of the Islamic State in Southwest Asia; to the battle of the BRICS and their allies, such as Argentina, to create a new, humane financial and economic architecture, vs. the IMF/vulture fund genocide policy. Mankind, said Deniston, is poised to break out of its Earth-bound existence and move into space. “This is where mankind can go, if we—as LaRouche said—get Obama out, get the United States on board, and get serious about working toward the future of mankind.”
by Dennis Speed
More than 100 persons gathered in Harlem, New York, on Oct. 11, to join EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jeffrey Steinberg, and Terry Strada, co-chair of 9/11 Families United for Justice Against Terrorism, in demanding the release of the excised 28 pages of the 2002 Joint Congressional Committee Inquiry into 9/11.
by Rep. Walter Jones
The Congressman’s remarks to the Oct. 11 Harlem meeting.
by Sen. Richard Black
The Virginia State Senator sent this message to the Schiller Institute meeting.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The battle continues to rage for the Kurdish town of Kobani, Syria, on the Turkish border, between Kurdish militia, backed by U.S. airstrikes, and the Islamic State (IS). The outcome of this battle will determine who controls key points along the border connecting Turkey, Syria, and Iraq.
by Gretchen Small
Brazil’s 2014 Presidential elections—the runoff is scheduled for Oct. 26—are a strategic battle in the global war over whether humanity will succeed in crushing the British Empire, to create a truly human world order, dedicated to peace and the progress of all. Incumbent President Dilma Rousseff has emerged as a leader in that fight.
by Michael Billington
An exclusive interview with Malaysian scholar Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, president and founder of Just International, which sees its mission as challenging the current unipolar world, and to offer an alternative based on the shared spiritual and moral values of the human family.
by Debra Hanania-Freeman
In the face of the self-admitted failure of the world’s most powerful institutions, such as the IMF and World Bank, as well as the criminal, do-nothing policy of leading nations, especially Obama’s United States, to effectively address the new Black Death, Dr. Debra Hanania-Freeman has issued this 11th-hour call to arms to rapidly adopt the alternative: the new world economic order now under construction by the BRICS nations and their collaborators.