An extensive excerpt from the Dec. 12 LaRouche PAC weekly webcast, in which Dennis Small and Matthew Ogden conveyed Lyndon LaRouche’s evaluation of the game-changing release by Sen. Dianne Feinstein of the “Torture Report,” and the political upheaval it has triggered. The enemy is taking a real beating, LaRouche said, and thus, we now have a true moment of opportunity, to move beyond the horrors of the past 14 years, and into the post-9/11 era.
by Col. Patrick Lang
by Sen. Elizabeth Warren
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Obama Administration and leading European NATO allies continue to drive toward global confrontation. The targeting of Russia has intensified over the past week, with the House of Representatives passage of the Ukrainian Freedom Support Act, calling for new sanctions against Russia, the arming of Ukraine, and other actions driving NATO right up to Russia borders.
by Ramtanu Maitra
The Dec. 11 summit in New Delhi between President Putin and Prime Minister Modi resulted in the signing of 16 bilateral agreements, including one that ensures supply of more Russian nuclear reactors to India over the coming years. The summit issued a joint statement by the two leaders, asserting the arrival of a polycentric world.
The increasing tensions between the NATO nations and Russia, have nothing to do with the “Ukraine conflict,” and the fact that Crimea has rejoined Russia. Rather, they stem from the fact that the U.S. and NATO have adopted a policy of strategic confrontation against Russia, including “regime change,” which is intended to force the world’s second greatest nuclear power into subservience to the West. We present the documentary evidence of this international open conspiracy.
by Paul Gallagher
What began as a British-Saudi financial warfare weapon against Russia and Iran—the so-called “oil sanction”—is turning into an unpredictably bouncing hand grenade, which may blow out a large debt bubble over the bankrupt U.S. economy.
by Andrea Andromidas
What is happening to American energy policy, very much like the German exit from nuclear power, is a radical departure from the principle of security and economic viability, in favor of a gigantic inflation of financial market profits.
by Paul Gallagher
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Dennis Speed
The Institute’s Dec. 13 conference on in New York City, titled “Alexander Hamilton’s New BRICS Paradigm Can Save the United States,” is part of a series aimed at mobilizing Americans to join the drive of the BRICS nations for technological progress and development, in opposition to the bankrupt trans-Atlantic system.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche prepared this video address on Dec. 6 for the Institute’s meetings in New York and other cities.
by Khaled Rady
The Consul General’s address to a Dec. 11 Schiller Institute meeting in Houston.