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This article appears in the July 15, 2022 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Schiller Institute International Online Conference

There Can Be No Peace Without
the Bankruptcy Reorganization of the
Dying Trans-Atlantic Financial System

June 18–19, 2022

Saturday, June 18

Panel 1
A Decoupling of the Two Systems or
A New Paradigm for Humanity?

Dennis Speed (moderator): Remarks

William Warfield [video] performs Robert Schumann’s setting of Heinrich Heine’s poem,
“Die beiden Grenadiere” (“The Two Grenadiers”).

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. [video excerpt]:
On Defeating the British Empire

Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany), Founder, Schiller Institute; Keynote Address: “Let’s Win Mission Impossible or Find Another Planet!”

Andrey Kortunov (Russia), Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC): “Russia and the Indivisible Security of All Nations”

Dr. Wang Wen (China), Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, and Deputy Dean of the Silk Road School at Renmin University of China: “Why China’s Rise Is Beneficial to the World”

Col. Richard H. Black (ret.) (U.S.), Former head of the U.S. Army’s Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon and former Virginia State Senator: “The U.S. Is Leading the World to Nuclear War”

Sam Pitroda (U.S./India), Innovator, entrepreneur and policy-maker: “India and the Emerging New World Architecture

Dr. Wolfgang Bittner (Germany), Author of over 80 books, Doctor in Law: “The West-East Conflict—An Orchestration”

Dr. Clifford Kiracofe (U.S.), Former Senior Staff Member, U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and President, Washington Institute for Peace and Development: “Diplomacy and Cooperation in a Time of Crisis”


Panel 2
Runaway Inflation or Glass-Steagall?

Schiller Institute NYC Chorus, Diane Sare, Director, [video]: conducts “Hold On.”

Harley Schlanger (moderator): Remarks

Diane Sare (U.S.), LaRouche independent candidate for U.S. Senator from New York: “The Collapse of the West and the Urgent Need to Join the Belt and Road Initiative”

Daisuke Kotegawa (Japan), Former Japanese Finance Ministry official, and former Executive Director for Japan at the International Monetary Fund: “Don’t Let This World Be Destroyed by Filthy Gamblers Who Call Themselves Wall St. and City of London Bankers”

Dr. Uwe Behrens (Germany), Logistics manager and author, Berlin: “The Non-Rival Doctrine.”

Nino Galloni (Italy), Economist, former Director General of the Italian Labor Ministry: “Africa Can Now Become Self-Sufficient in Food Production Again”

Geoff Young (U.S.), Democratic Party nominee for U.S. Congress from Kentucky, CD 6: “What Must Change in Washington Before the U.S. Can Join the Belt and Road Initiative”

Ambassador Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos (Greece), Former Ambassador to Poland, Canada and Armenia, former Secretary General of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSEC): “The Crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Belt and Road Initiative”

Food Producers’ Roundtable (U.S.): Robert Baker, (Virginia), agriculture liaison, Schiller Institute; Mike Callicrate (Colorado/Kansas), Ranch Foods Direct; Jon Baker (Iowa), cattleman and rural community banker; Wilbur, Ken and Kyle Kehrli (Iowa), livestock and crop producers; Frank Endres (California), wheat and cattle farmer; James Moore (Alaska), salmon troller leader; James Benham (Indiana), President, Indiana Farmers Union, and board member, National Farmers Union: “Science and Culture To End Famine—Principles of Agriculture Productivity”


Sunday, June 19

Panel 3
Principles of Science for
Durable Economic Progress

Stephan Ossenkopp (moderator): Remarks on physical economics vs. fairy dust

Jason Ross (U.S.), Secretary-Treasurer, The LaRouche Organization and Science Adviser to Lyndon LaRouche: “Vernadsky and LaRouche: The Arrow of Economic Time”

Francesco Battaglia (Italy), Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Modena, Italy: “The Fraud of Climate Change and Energy Transition”

Dr. Edward Calabrese (U.S.), Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and co-editor, Hormesis: A Revolution in Biology, Toxicology and Medicine: “Discard the Linear No-Threshold Model of Radiation Dose-Response”

Prof. Sergei Pulinets (Russia), Principal Scientific Researcher of the Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: “We Should Unite To Survive”

William C. Jones (U.S.), Former EIR White House correspondent: “V.I. Vernadsky: Scientific Thought as a Geological Force”


Panel 4
Classical Culture and the
Dialogue of Civilizations

Dennis Speed (moderator): Remarks on Classical culture

Schiller Institute NYC Chorus, John Sigerson, Director, [video]: conducts “Kyrie Eleison” from Mozart’s Requiem.

George Shirley [video]: On Franz Schubert and Spirituals. Performs Roland Hayes’ “Little Boy,” accompanied by Sylvia Olden Lee, piano.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. [video]: On the Lincoln-Carey Economic Program

Jacques Cheminade (France), President, Solidarité & Progrès: Keynote Address, “A Culture of Curiosity and Perseverance to Explore the Impossible”

Felipe Maruf Quintas (Brazil), Professor of Political Science, Fluminense Federal University, Rio de Janeiro and columnist for Monitor Mercantil: “Brazil’s Role in the Dialogue of Civilizations and in the World’s Physical Economy”

Dr. Zaher Wahab (Afghanistan), Emeritus Professor of Education and former advisor to Afghan Ministry of Higher Education; taught at American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), 2013–2020: “Dialogue, Not Clash, of Civilizations”

Dr. George Koo (U.S.), Retired business consultant specializing in U.S.-China Trade and Chairman, Burlingame Foundation: “U.S.-China Cultural Relations Are Critical To Prevent War”

Mike Robinson (UK), Editor, The UK Column: “The Dehumanizing Meta-Sphere”

Discussion among the panelists

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