Lyndon LaRouche Speaks: My Design for a New, Just Economic System Emerges on the World Stage
In the year 2000, Lyndon LaRouche outlined the Principles as well as the design for a required, new world monetary system. This design included the formation of wholly new currencies, whose values would be tied to a basket of universally essential commodities. The "profit" in such an economy would be derived from the increasing rates of cognitive advance in each nation's youngest generation entering the labor force.
Today, detailed negotiations to create such a wholly new system are on-going among leaders of the Global South and the BRICS group of nations. These leaders represent the majority of Humanity. The Schiller Institute's Richard A. Black will discuss this long-forecast revolution. It is the only practical, alternative pathway away from the on-rushing drive for nuclear world war -- a drive propelled from London and Wall Street by the deluded worshipers of the colonial past.
Join the discussion tonight with Schiller Institute UN Representative Richard Black!