Volume 44, Number 43, October 27, 2017


I. The New World of the New Silk Road

We Can Enter a New Era for Mankind Over the Coming Days  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Party Congress Highlights China’s Emergence on the World Stage

by William Jones

China’s Belt and Road Transforming Southeast Asia

by Mike Billington

British Monarchy Escalates Attack on the New Paradigm in South Africa

Time To Break with the British Empire! British Relaunch Old Scandals To Try To Stop Our Move to the New Paradigm

by Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane

II. The Idea of the American Revolution

Hail Columbia, Happy Land!

by Robert Ingraham

Part II.

III. True Economic Science

A Tale of Two Paradigms Why the West Must Join China’s Belt and Road Initiative  

by Harley Schlanger

Learn the Lesson of Dec. 2, 1971

by Robert Ingraham

Why Most Nobel Prize Economists Are Quacks

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

July 14, 1995.

The collapse and bailout of the Long Term Capital Management (LCTM) hedge fund, the wunderkind of financial derivatives, in September 1998, run by the two 1997 Nobel Prize winners, Robert Merton and Myron Scholes, made it clear to world leaders in Russia, China, and other countries, that LaRouche was right, knew the problem, and more importantly, knew the solution. LaRouche in this article precisely warned “the system simply disintegrates within as short a span as 24 to 72 hours. That is to say, it would vanish as if in a cloud of smoke: in an implosion of what is called ‘reversed financial leverage.’” Instead of LaRouche’s called-for orderly bankruptcy, the Federal Reserve convened over those 24-72 hours ending on Sept. 23, 1998 with the 16 largest banks on the planet to “solve” the problem by creating the even greater crisis now threatening the lives and livelihood of most Americans. Now is the time for Americans to join in the solution so clearly articulated here.