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This article appears in the November 19, 2021 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Schiller Institute International Conference

November 13-14, 2021

All Moral Resources of Humanity Have To Be Called Up:
Mankind Must Be the Immortal Species!


Saturday, November 13, 10 a.m. EST

Panel 1 Can a Strategic Crisis Between the Major Powers Be Avoided?

Moderator Dennis Speed (U.S.), Schiller Institute

Opening Music
Johannes Brahms: “Von ewiger Liebe,” Op. 43, No. 1
Lisa Bryce, Soprano; Dura Jun, piano

“Creativity as Such”
Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. (1922-2019), co-founder of the Schiller Institute

Keynote Address: “A Terrible End or a New Paradigm?”
Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany), founder of the international Schiller Institutes

“Major Country Relations and Global Development”
Ms. Chen Xiohan (China), Deputy Secretary General, Chinese People’s Association for Peace and Disarmament (CPAPD)

“The Situation in Afghanistan After Foreign Troops’ Withdrawal”
Ambassador Anna Evstigneeva (Russia), Deputy Permanent Representative, the Russian Federation Mission to the UN

“Is There a Pathway for an Improved Relationship Between the U.S. and Russia?”
Dr. Andrey Kortunov (Russia), Director General, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC)

Dialogue with Panelists and two Discussants: Earl Rasmussen (U.S.), Executive Vice President, The Eurasia Center; and Dr. Nikolay Megits, Professor of International Business, Hamline University

“U.S.-China Relations: Potential for War Avoidance and Cooperation”
Col. Richard H. Black (USA, ret.), former chief, Criminal Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General, the Pentagon

“The Survival of Our World Depends on Whether the U.S. and China Can Get Along”
Dr. George Koo (U.S.), Chairman, Burlingame Foundation; retired international business consultant

“Brotherhood Is the Best Wealth”
Kirk Wiebe (U.S.), Senior Analyst (ret.), U.S. National Security Agency (NSA); member, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)

Greetings to the Conference
Gen. Edwin De La Fuente Jería, former Commander-in-Chief, Armed Forces of Bolivia

Dialogue with Panelists and one Discussant: Madison Tang (U.S.), CODEPINK

Panel 2 The Science of Physical Economy

Moderator Claudio Celani (Italy), Executive Intelligence Review

Opening Music
Felix Mendelssohn: Elijah, No. 14, “Lord God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel”
Kevin Thompson, Bass; Dura Jun, piano

Keynote Address: “Stopping Today’s Hyperinflationary Policies”
Paul Gallagher (U.S.), Co-Editor, Executive Intelligence Review

“Avoiding the Coming Catastrophe in Afghanistan”
Dr. Pino Arlacchi (Italy), Sociology Professor, Sassari University; former Executive Director, UN Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention; former European Parliament Rapporteur on Afghanistan

“Socioeconomic Conditions in Afghanistan and the Role of Global Community”
Mrs. Amna Malik (Pakistan), President, Center of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR)

“How To Avoid a Collapsing Economy and Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan”
Dr. Shah Mehrabi (Afghanistan), Member, Board of Governors, Central Bank of Afghanistan (DAB) and Chairman of Audit Committee

Dialogue with Panelists and three Discussants: Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany), founder of the international Schiller Institutes; Prof. Zaher Wahab (Afghanistan), former Advisor, Afghanistan Minister of Higher Education; Iliad Alexander Terra (U.S.), founder and President, Council on Global Relations

“A Strategy for Destroying Dope, Inc. in the 21st Century”
Dennis Small (U.S.), Ibero-American Director, Executive Intelligence Review

“Make the Schiller Institute Plan to Develop Haiti Known Everywhere”
Billy Anders Estimé (Haiti), Co-Founder, Café Diplo Haiti

“Haiti and Afghanistan: Needed Lessons for Nation Building, Not Chaos”
Eric Walcott (U.S.), Director, Strategic Partnerships, Institute of Caribbean Studies, Washington, DC

Greeting to the Conference
Jhonny Estor (Haiti), founder, Renaissance Haiti

“The Urgent Need for a World Health System—Not To Care Is Unforgivable”
Dr. Joycelyn Elders (U.S.), former United States Surgeon General

“Infrastructure and Education: Key to Developing Haiti and the Dominican Republic”
Domingo Reyes (Dominican Republic), former professor of Economics

“The Potential of U.S. Reserve Army Units To Aid in Economic Reconstruction in the U.S. and Around the World”
Major General (ret.) Carroll D. Childers (U.S.), former Commanding General of the only light division in the National Guard Reserve Components for VA, MD, MA, CT and NJ

“Community Healthcare Workers in D.C.—Now a Model for the World”
Dr. Walter Faggett (U.S.), former Chief Medical Officer, Washington, DC Department of Health; Co-Chair D.C. Ward 8 Health Council

“Healthcare Is a Basic Human Right, Not a Privilege”
Dr. Ernest L. Johnson, Jr. (U.S.), President Emeritus, Louisiana State NAACP; civil rights attorney; Professor of Law, Southern University Law Center, Baton Rouge, LA

Greeting to Conference
Carlos Gallardo Neyra (Peru), President, Christian Democratic Party

“Under the Guise of ‘Nature Conservation,’ the Spectre of Starvation Stalks Germany”
Alf Schmidt (Germany), independent farmer; leader of farmers’ demonstrations in Berlin

“Live Report and Greetings from The Kansas Cattlemen’s Association Annual Conference”
Robert Baker (U.S.), Agriculture Advisor, Schiller Institute; Riley Robbins, President, KCA; John Ney, Vice President, KCA

Dialogue with Panelists Walter Faggett, Joycelyn Elders, Carroll Childers, Jhonny Estor, and Eric Walcott; and one Discussant: Richard Freeman, (U.S.), Executive Intelligence Review; co-author, Schiller Institute Plan to Develop Haiti

Sunday, November 14, 10 a.m. EST

Panel 3 There Are No Limits to Growth in the Universe

Opening Music
Ludwig van Beethoven: “Abendlied unter’m gestirnten Himmel,” WoO 150
John Sigerson, Tenor; Dura Jun, piano

Moderator Opening Remarks
Megan Dobrodt, President, the Schiller Institute (U.S.)

Keynote Address: “The LaRouche Movement’s Role in Defeating Malthusianism”
Jason Ross (U.S.), Science Advisor, the Schiller Institute

“A Message to the Young People at COP26”
Dr. Augustinus Berkhout (Netherlands), Emeritus Professor of Geophysics, Delft University of Technology; Member, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

“Earthquake Forecasting at the Frontiers of Science”
Prof. Sergey Pulinets (Russia), Space Research Institute, Moscow; Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)

“On Sustainability”
Prof. Carl-Otto Weiss, PhD (Germany), Advisor, European Institute for Climate and Energy; former President, National Metrology Institute of Germany, Braunschweig, Germany

“A COP26 Post-Mortem: End Eco-Colonialism Through Climate Truth”
Dr. Kelvin Kemm (South Africa), former Chairman, South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA); current Director and CEO, Stratek Business Strategy Consultants, based in Pretoria

“Stop the Weaponization of Science—Fooling the Public Through ‘Better Science’ ”
State Senator Mike Thompson (U.S.-Kansas), Kansas State Senate; Chairman, Senate Utilities Committee

“Nobel Winners’ Climate Models Are Wrong”
Prof. Franco Battaglia (Italy), Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Modena; Member, Initiating Committee of the Petition on Anthropogenic Global Warming of June 2019 (Italy)

Dialogue with Panelists Jason Ross, Franco Battaglia, Augustinus Berkhout, Kelvin Kemm, and Sergey Pulinets; and one Discussant: Adrian Badescu (Romania), a former Advisor to the Prime Minister on Infrastructure

Panel 4 The Beauty of True Human Culture

Opening Music

Traditional Spiritual, arr. Moses Hogan: “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands”
Linda Childs, Alto; Dura Jun, piano

Moderator’s Opening Remarks
Diane Sare (U.S.), founder of the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus

Musical Contribution
Ludwig van Beethoven: “Agnus Dei” from Missa Solemnis, Opus 123
Schiller Institute NYC Chorus

Keynote Address: “Squid Game and Other Things To Come”
Jacques Cheminade (France), Président, Solidarité et Progrès

“Education: Race Against Time”
Prof. Zaher Wahab (Afghanistan), Professor Emeritus of Education; former Advisor, Afghanistan Minister of Higher Education

“The Chinese Commitment to Education as Observed by an American Teacher”
Denise Rainey (U.S.), retired educator and principal, Rochester, NY

“On the Aesthetic Education in China”
Xu Wang (China), Executive Dean, Boao Culture and Creativity Institute

“On Education”
Prof. Ole Döring, PhD (Germany), Sinologist and Philosopher

“How the World Health Platform Will Save the Future of the West”
Diane Sare (U.S.), Founder, Schiller Institute NYC Chorus

Greeting to the Conference: “Above Tragedy: The Divine Spark of Creativity”
Robert Beltran, actor

Dialogue with Panelists Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Zaher Wahab, Jacques Cheminade, Ole Döring, and Denise Rainey

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