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This article appears in the September 15, 2023 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Schiller Institute Online Conference and Concert

Let Us Join Hands with the Global Majority!

Saturday, September 9, 2023

Panel 1. The Strategic Situation After the Historic BRICS Summit

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

Schiller Institute NYC Chorus, African American Spiritual—“I Don’t Feel No Ways Tired,” conducted by Diane Sare and featuring tenor soloist, the late Reginald Bouknight

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (U.S., 1922-2019), Scientist and Economist: Video excerpts, “We’re Going To Export Hundreds of Cities” (June 26, 1978)

Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany), Founder, The Schiller Institute: Keynote, “BRICS: A Transformation Greater Than That of the End of the Cold War”

H.E. Donald Ramotar (Guyana), Former President of Guyana: “The Global South Is Now the Global Majority”

Prof. Georgy Toloraya (Russia), Retired Senior Diplomat; Deputy Chairman, Russian National Committee on BRICS Research: “BRICS: A War Prevention Medicine”

Father Harry J. Bury (U.S.), Catholic Priest: “It Is by Loving Our Enemies and Helping Them Get What They Need That We’ll Have Peace in the World”

Robert Cushing (U.S.), Association of U.S. Catholic Priests, and others: “A Policy for Peace”

Raymond McGovern (U.S.), Former Senior Analyst, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Founding Member, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS): “JFK and Russia, Making a Shift Towards Sanity On the Brink of Annihilation”

Scott Ritter (U.S.), Former UN Weapons Inspector in Iraq: “The NATO Worldview Is Colliding with Reality”

Diane Sare (U.S.), LaRouche Independent Candidate from New York State for U.S. Senate, “The Long-Overdue Fulfillment of the Principles of the American Revolution”


Rev. Dr. Terri Strong (U.S.), Senior Pastor, Mount Sinai AME Church, Memphis, TN: “The Time To Talk About Peace Is Before a War Begins”

Panel 2. A New Paradigm in the History of Mankind Is Taking Shape

Moderator: Stephan Ossenkopp, The Schiller Institute (Germany)

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (U.S., 1922-2019), Scientist and Economist: Video excerpts, “New Alternatives in the Face of the End of Globalization” (2002)

Dennis Small (U.S.), Schiller Institute: “An Emergency Program to Save Argentina: It’s About Time”

Kiran Karnik (India), Former President of the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM); 20 years at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO): “India and Chandrayaan-3: The Global South as Protagonist”

Jacques Cheminade (France), Chairman of the Solidarity and Progress party; former French Presidential Candidate: “The Win-Win Policy of the BRICS and the Role of Argentina”

Prof. David Monyae (South Africa), Director of the Center for Africa-China Studies (CACS), University of Johannesburg: “The Future of Africa, China and the BRICS”

Rubén Guzzetti (Argentina), Foreign Policy Analyst, Argentine Institute of Geopolitical Studies (IADEG): “Argentina in the BRICS: A Historic Opportunity”

Prof. Franco Battaglia (Italy), Professor of Chemical Physics, University of Modena, Italy: “A Solution (the Energy Transition) in Search of a Problem (Climate Emergency)”


Additional Discussion Participants

Dr. Akiko Mikamo (Japan), Founder and President of U.S.-Japan Psychological Services; Author of the book, 8:15—A True Story of Survival and Forgiveness from Hiroshima, and Executive Director of the movie of the same name

Alejandro Yaya (Argentina), Vice-President, Civil Institute of Space Technology; Leader of the Technology and Innovation Relations Unit, National Defense University

Never Forget: 9/11 Memorial Concert

Presented by the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus in concert with Asiana Sinfonia and the Bergen Symphony Orchestra, in Memoriam the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States

Sunday, September 10, 2023
St. Paul & St. Andrew United Methodist Church, New York, NY

The Program

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony 7, Allegretto

Felix Mendelssohn: Two Spiritual Chorales for Tenor/Bass voices, Op. 115

Hall Johnson: African American Spiritual—“Fix Me”

Eugene Simpson: African American Spiritual—“Hold On!”

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Solemn Vespers, K. 339

Franz Schubert: Psalm 23 for Soprano/Alto voices

Felix Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64

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