A new system of economic and strategic relations among sovereign nations, centered on the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) and their allies in South America, Asia, and Africa, is poised to dominate the world in 2015. This new arrangement, representing more than half of humanity, holds the promise of freeing the globe from the barbarous stranglehold of the British Empire, and its satrapies, including Saudi Arabia, Wall Street, and the current Presidency of the United States.
“The truth of the matter is, the greatest margin of political power in the world lies in the hands of the BRICS body and its associates,” noted Lyndon LaRouche Dec. 28.
Will the United States choose to embark on the path to collaboration among the world’s sovereign nations, or plunge into catastrophe? That is what is on the agenda for the coming year.
by Rachel Douglas
The financial sharks of London and Wall Street closed out 2014 with manic outbursts about overthrowing Russian President Putin.
by Sergei Dyshlevsky
Lyndon and Helga LaRouche gave video-recorded speeches to the opening plenary session of the IV International Scientific Conference on Fundamental and Applied Problems of Sustained Development in the System Nature-Society-Man: Science, Engineering, and Education, held Dec. 22 at the Dubna International University. A report from Dubna, in the Moscow Region.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Paul Gallagher
It is becoming clear to more experts on debt in the trans-Atlantic banking system, that the outrageous mid-December power play by which Wall Street banks forced Congress to grant FDIC insurance to their commodity and credit derivatives, was directly linked to the oil and gas price collapse.
by Fabiola Ramirez and Carolina Dominguez
An interview with Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram, who was awarded the World Food Prize in October 2014, “for his scientific research that led to a prodigious increase in world wheat production, by more than 200 million tons, building upon the successes of the Green Revolution.” He gave an interview on Aug. 8, to the LaRouche Citizens Movement of Mexico (MOCILA).
by Anton Chaitkin
The United States introduced to the world a modern way of life; “captured the lightning,” and put nature’s powers at humanity’s service,” writes historian Anton Chaitkin. “The brightened world applauded America’s inventions and the example of its skilled, well-paid producers. Its national dignity was that the common citizen could accomplish anything needed to solve problems, through genius and persistent work.”
The anti-imperial American Revolution spread around the world, emerging in Russia, Germany, Japan, and in the national movements that led to the modern states of China, India, Ireland, and elsewhere.
“But the London imperial center and its Wall Street offshoot at length gained power over American industry and strategy. By the 21st Century, the U.S.A. had surrendered its world-shaping way of life, closed its productive industries, and thrown itself into a suicidal Anglo-American casino economy and permanent war scenario.”