Out With The Old, In With The New Security/Development Architecture
At year’s end, how can we find the means by which we must inspire people in the Anglosphere to defend principles of statecraft which they have forgotten, never learned, or never even heard? Forcing the revealing of the truth of the Kennedy assassination, and the destruction of the American Presidency by Anglo-American institutions, not lone assassins, would be a ready- made lesson in statecraft, and a fierce weapon against those that would today lead us into thermonuclear war with Russia, as they also sought to do in 1962. Such truth is terrible, but also beautiful. It is liberating. That is also the quality of truth implicitly contained in the Ten Principles for a New Security and Development Architecture. Those Principles say that we, and the world, need not be tragic. We can be more than mere characters in a play we did not write, did not cast, and are not directing.
Today's "LaRouche Manhattan Project" meeting will review the progress in this direction in 2022 and what is required to be accomplished as we enter the new year.