New Document Reviews LaRouches’ 40-Year Struggle for New World Order Now Emerging
Oct. 10, 2014 (EIRNS)—The Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee has released a remarkable document that covers the major policy documents, initiatives, meetings with world leaders, and conference addresses by both Lyndon LaRouche and his wife Helga Zepp-LaRouche—initiatives which were dismissed or maligned by many, but which were heeded by the few far-seeing visionaries who have sparked the completely new political and economic order that is now emerging with the alliance between Brazil Russia, India, China, and South Africa (the BRICS) and related initiatives.
Titled "LaRouche on the Record: A New International Economic Order" and drawing extensively from the now-almost-complete archive of EIR issues going back to its founding in 1974, along with other sources, the timeline begins with Lyndon LaRouche's 1975 proposal for an International Development Bank as a replacement for the already-bankrupt policies of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. Leading features of that IDB proposal are now integrated into the New Development Bank being launched by the BRICS, as well as the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) pioneered by China.
The timeline also revives the memory of Fred Wills, the courageous Foreign Minister of Guyana and personal friend and ally of LaRouche, who addressed the UN General Assembly in September 1976, calling for the implementation of the IDB.
Those who were inspired by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent address to the Indian diaspora at New York's Madison Square Garden, can review the LaRouches' extensive interaction with India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, who inspired India's emergence as a world leader in science and technology, despite that country's continuing problems which it is not committed to solving, once and for all.
LaRouche's friendship and alliance with Mexico's President José López Portillo, an alliance which almost succeeded in blowing apart the plan to destroy Mexico's economy, will also be of interest to those who may not have lived through those years.
Also not to be forgotten, is LaRouche's work with President Ronald Reagan in formulating the "Strategic Initiative" for ending the Cold War through cooperation with the Soviet Union on developing truly defensive weapons, based on "new physical principles"—a proposal which, unfortunately, the Soviet Union rejected, thereby leading to its collapse, and the decade-long orgy of Western looting of Russia and Eastern Europe that followed.
Anyone who is not blinded by narrow, self-serving concerns, cannot but be inspired by the sheer breadth of what Lyndon and Helga LaRouche, and their associates, have accomplished since the collapse of the old Bretton Woods system in 1971—a collapse, by the way, which Lyndon LaRouche forecast well ahead of time.
EIR wishes to congratulate LaRouche PAC on its effort to assemble this account, and encourages everyone to "plug in" to this sweep of real American history.