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The Full Potential Water Supply for Earth Is Being Discovered

by Paul Gallagher

April 7, 2015 (EIRNS)—The full issue of the April 17 EIR will be dedicated to a breakthrough in understanding and recovering Earth’s real water supplies, as they are shaped by solar, galactic, and biospheric activity. “Don’t Let California Go Brown: The Water Is There, Develop It” is the issue’s title, and the breakthrough—expressed in the March 27 report by Benjamin Deniston of the LaRouche PAC Science Team—disqualifies pessimism and anti-human forced cutbacks in water use in the face of the Western states’ drought. It calls for a mobilization of science and nuclear technology to develop added supplies of water, and use them. The issue will be an expansion of Deniston’s report in last week’s issue, “Memo for the Next President: New Perspectives on the Western Water Crisis.”

This provides the ammunition to mobilize activists and experts everywhere in the United States in a campaign to develop the water supplies—desalination with nuclear power, atmospheric ionization and weather modification; continental-scale water management projects—and save California and the West.

Lyndon LaRouche noted April 6 that the new EIR report can create an international change in the principles of water use—one that will be understood and appreciated particularly in China. China has been taking the lead in water management technology, fission development and fusion power, and Solar System science. It has productively moved more water in two decades than the United States did in the 20th Century. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), initiated by China, has been adopted by 55 countries as the key development bank for infrastructure; if the U.S. would now join it, great projects of water infrastructure can be created, including in the expanding desert areas of the North American West.

“The potentiality for water supplies on planet Earth has been revised, greatly upward, by what Ben [Deniston] has done in this work,” LaRouche said. “And that means that the entire water policy of the United States as a nation, is a case in which everything that’s being told, on the official line, is one, great fraud....

“The Kepler system now has been shown to have potentials for water supplies for human beings on Earth, which were never really consolidated as propositions before. In order to realize this greater potential, we now have to go to work to understand the implications of what Ben has done, and put it into practice.”

This does require “the Next President,” and it requires that now: Barack Obama tried unsuccessfully to destroy the AIIB, is trying to provoke Russia and China into war confrontations, and has done nothing but embrace Wall Street since the 2008 crash. He needs to be dumped. Of those in the field of potential Presidential candidates, only Gov. Martin O’Malley has thus far shown the qualifications and commitment to fight Wall Street and restore Glass-Steagall.

What is required is the creation of a Presidency, not a “President with followings.” Since we have, certainly, no President, and presently no Presidential candidate qualified to meet the challenges this crisis poses, we must set our intention to creating a Presidency around a candidate.

In that connection, O’Malley is the only one we know of who has the qualifications to head up a new Presidency—not a political party, but a Presidency, which will address the issues of a global water crisis.

That will have to be done together with China. The idea we have had of national governments in the world must be reformed, because China is much more qualified, now, than the U.S. or Europe, to deal with this crisis.

With that cooperation in view, we have to shape the Presidency to deal with the threat of a water crisis which could lead to havoc, both in the United States and internationally.

The solution exists. We are qualified to fill it out. Our mission is to create a Presidency around it.