LaRouche’s Ideas Will Long Outlast Wall StreetBy David Shavin
Sept. 6—The oh-so-clever strategy to force Russia into a corner is in for a bruising — and the geopoliticians willing to starve populations and deploy neo-Nazi killers may want to wish they didn’t get out of bed on September 7. First, in Vladivostok, Russia, President Vladimir Putin will address the Seventh Eastern Economic Forum (EEF), with sixty nations deliberating the subject, “On the Path to a Multipolar World.” Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, announced that his speech will address the “huge global storm” that has started, and will cover the “very intense, thoughtful and consistent work” going on in Moscow to create the “macroeconomic stability” to survive the “huge global storm.” Russia’s “pivot to the East” is never more timely, and is dependent upon the marriage of the economies of Russia and Asia.
Then Executive Intelligence Review hosts a unique press conference on “Kiev’s ‘Info Terrorist’ List: ‘Global NATO’ Issues Hit on Advocates of Peace,” in which Kiev’s terror campaign of blacklists and hitlists will be confronted by the individuals they thought they could terrorize into silence. Some of the scheduled speakers are Scott Ritter, Ray McGovern, Col. Richard Black (ret.), and Diane Sare, candidate for U.S. Senate.
Otherwise, a few public officials stared into the face of reality — of deadly shortages of energy and water — and actually decided to think. A German economic official said it publicly: energy is vital, and keeping Germany’s nuclear plants is key; the head of the EPA announced that nuclear power is “critical”; and California’s governor said publicly that merely conserving water is a strategy of scarcity, and that it doesn’t work — rather we need to “create water” by desalination. Just three examples, but the type of outbreak of sanity that could catch on.
Certainly, the ‘Global NATO’ gang picked on the wrong people in going after the Schiller Institute; and Russia has been forced into breaking with the speculative dollar and figuring out something more solid. Whether the terror campaign is broken, and whether the full Lyndon LaRouche science-driver (e.g., fusion and plasma physics) technologies drive the reorganized economy and guide national banking decisions, still hang in the balance. But the example of Lyndon LaRouche, of his unremitting courage and his brilliant combination of morality and genius, addresses both.
September 7 has all the potential to make LaRouche’s 100th birthday on September 8 something really special. As one American patriot described their banners for public demonstrations on September 8, “LaRouche’s ideas will long outlast Wall Street.”