A transcript of the LaRouche PAC webcast of March 20, 2015, in which an earlier discussion among Lyndon LaRouche, Matthew Ogden, Dennis Small, and Ben Deniston provided an in-depth review of the current process of world history. The planet is today operating as a single integrated unity, LaRouche said, in which “the pressure of ideas is being felt everywhere.” Recent developments such as the interventions by two prominent German leaders, and by a former U.S. governor and potential Presidential candidate, reflect this process. Deniston, of the LaRouche Scientific Research Team, posed the challenge: How do we think like Kepler?
by Hussein Askary
EIR’s Arabic-language editor Hussein Askary recently spent a week in Egypt, where he spoke at the International Water Technology Conference, and closely monitored the Egypt Economic Development Conference (EEDC). His report on the tremendous strides the country is taking under the leadership of President El-Sisi, is summed up in the title of the EEDC event, “Egypt of the Future.” He found the Egyptian people, from all walks of life, visibly exuberant and hopeful about the potential of the new Egypt.
by Nancy Spannaus
The global shift toward a new world economic order based on building physical economy, not financial bubbles, made stunning progress last week, as, first Great Britain, and then five other European nations applied to become founding members of the China-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). But the Obama Administration has dug in its heels, preferring to go down with the ship of the trans-Atlantic Titanic.
by Claudio Celani
In his first high-profile national intervention since he was forced out as Finance Minister in 2011, Sen. Giulio Tremonti boldly condemned the rape of Greece by the Euro-imperialists, comparing them to a debauched Roman emperor of the Third Century A.D.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Pentagon announced on March 19 that U.S. military personnel would be sent to Ukraine next month, to train the Ukrainian National Guard forces (which are infested, if not dominated, by Nazi militias), on how to better defend themselves against “Russian and rebel artillery and rockets.”
by David Cherry and Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane
As South Africa’s government continues to orient toward the BRICS system and nuclear power, the global British-centered financial power is increasingly launching operations—through its institutions and networks—to reverse this turn away from the British system.
by Bruce Director
Among the current field of announced and unannounced candidates for President of the United States, Lyndon LaRouche has pointed to former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley’s support for a crackdown on Wall Street and the reintroduction of Glass-Steagall as exemplary of meeting “one of the crucial requirements for candidacy.”
by David Shavin
Historian David Shavin commemorates the 150th anniversary this year of the poet-statesman Lincoln’s sublime speech given on the occasion of the inauguration of his second term as President, only weeks before his tragic assassination, and the end of the Civil War, to which he gave the “last full measure of devotion.”