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November 18, 2008 Webcast Invitation:
LaRouche To Speak on `The Greatest Crisis in Modern History'

Nov. 16, 2008 (EIRNS)—This release was issued today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee (LPAC).

Informed banking sources from Paris, and elsewhere, have warned that the failure of the Nov. 15 meeting of leading nations, initiated by French President Nicolas Sarkozy to discuss the outlines of a "New Bretton Woods," will likely lead to a monumental crash of the world financial system on the following Monday, leading very rapidly to systemic implosion into a New Dark Age. That situation will set the stage for Lyndon LaRouche's international webcast on Nov. 18, entitled "The Greatest Crisis in Modern History."

The only alternative to such a disaster, would be the rallying of leading patriotic forces, from the United States, Russia, China, and India, around the principles for a New Bretton Woods that have been outlined by leading U.S. economist LaRouche. The election of Barack Obama has solved less than nothing. Action on LaRouche's proposals must be taken immediately.

LaRouche made the situation clear in a Nov. 6th statement: "All negotiations pertaining to the current world financial-economic emergency are a disgusting waste of time unless they are premised on replacing the present world monetary system, through a process of reorganization in bankruptcy, to a credit-system modelled on that provision within the U.S. Federal constitution. Any proposed reform within the context of existing monetary systems is, in effect, an act of insanity."

The failure of national leaders, and thinking citizens, to have the guts to fight for LaRouche's principles of reorganization, especially as he laid them out on July 25, 2007, have brought the United States, and the world, to this current crisis point. Even as Nov. 15 approaches, LaRouche is working to mobilize those leaders to educate themselves, and establish guidelines for action.

But, regardless of the outcome, in the aftermath of the international summit, LaRouche's leadership will be more urgent than ever. Thus, leading thinkers from all nations, and especially the United States, are strongly urged to tune in to, or attend, LaRouche's November 18 international webcast, which will begin at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time at a Washington, D.C. location that Tuesday. The webcast will be aired live, and archived at www.larouchepac.com.