by Paul Gallagher
The great projects of the BRICS countries today—girdling six continents with high-speed railroads, mining the Moon, and breaking through to thermonuclear fusion power by 2030—are precisely the kind of “missions” with which John F. Kennedy challenged and led Americans during his brief Presidency. Add the task of defending the Earth from asteroid and great meteorite strikes, and the combined mission would have been big enough for JFK. The downward spiral of the U.S. economy since then was accurately and publicly forecast by Lyndon LaRouche in the years following Kennedy’s death. Since then, Lyndon and Helga LaRouche have promoted the emergence of the new development banks and “Eurasian Land-Bridge” development corridors of the BRICS countries, while London and Wall Street have taken the U.S. and Europe on a suicidal course.
by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small
Helga Zepp-LaRouche addressed more than 100 people, most of them youth, gathered in Mexico City Jan. 20 for a seminar titled “A Life or Death Choice Between Two Systems: The BRICS and the Scientific-Economic Revolution that Will Change the World.” Zepp-LaRouche told the audience that the revolution centered on China’s New Silk Road initiative and the BRICS nations’ fight for development, is grounds for optimism for Mexico, and for humanity as a whole.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Zepp-LaRouche’s video-address to the conference, in which she presented an image of “a civilization at a crossroads, where the future fate of mankind is completely open.”
Soto, of the Spanish LaRouche Movement, addressed the conference by video from Spain, drawing a sharp contrast between the murderous policies of the Troika, and those of the development-oriented BRICS.
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Nancy Spannaus
Intensifying provocations from the British Empire, and its de facto puppets in Brussels and Washington, against, especially Russia, are pushing the world toward what Lyndon LaRouche described as the very “edge of a general state of thermonuclear warfare.”
by Ulf Sandmark
An first-hand account by EIR’s Stockholm correspondent of his visit to Damascus, as part of a delegation from the Syrian Support Committee for Democracy, based in Sweden.
by Dennis Speed
The New York-New Jersey chapter of the Schiller Institute convened 175 people for a conference entitled “Seize the Opportunity—End America’s Blindness, Restore Its Vision,” on Nov. 22 at New York City’s All Souls Church. The conference was dedicated to President John F. Kennedy on the anniversary of his death, and to the victims and families of 9/11.
by Benjamin Deniston
Based on Vernadsky’s thesis concerning the variable space-time characteristics of living matter, the LaRouche Science Team formed an hypothesis about a relative space-time of living organisms, writes Benjamin Deniston. In this report, the relativistic domain of animal time with the qualitatively different, self-determined time created by mankind is compared. Mankind is not, and cannot be measured by, nor confined in, animal time, but increasingly occupies and creates new domains of time in the very short and the very long.