The present period in history is totally new in its characteristics; it is not comparable with anything in past human history. For such reasons, only a very few individuals have been able to generate in their own minds, the conception of what the characteristics are of this unprecedented epoch: individuals such as Albert Einstein, Krafft Ehricke, and Lyndon and Helga LaRouche. Because it resembles nothing in their experience, and nothing they have heard or read about, the great majority of mere mortals have no criteria with which to judge or understand it; they are totally at sea. It is for this reason that groups which are as small in number as Lyndon LaRouche’s Manhattan Project, can become decisive determining determining influences, precisely at this moment. They alone can see their way forward, even if sometimes dimly or gropingly. The rest are totally blind, or, as Helga Zepp-LaRouche often says, completely “clueless.”
In 2018, a Chinese mission will reach the far side of the Moon,— provided that we succeed in defeating the British Empire’s forces of chaos before then. This will be part of an entire broad program of discovering and exploring the unrealized implications of Einstein’s fundamental discoveries, as Lyndon LaRouche has pointed out. And, as space genius Krafft Ehricke forecast,— with LaRouche,— the energy flux density at the disposal of mankind will lead up to fusion power, from there to matter-antimatter reactions, and from there to levels which cannot be so much as named today.
Provided we overcome the present obstacles represented by Obama and the British Empire, we are moving into what Helga Zepp-LaRouche has called “a new era where we become truly human.”
Similarly, what one might have called the “system of alliances,” which is now spanning and criss-crossing Eurasia, and spreading out from there, is not actually a “system of alliances” at all, in any sense of those words known from the past. Rather, it is in reality a projection backwards into the present, from the future universe which incorporates the future discoveries brought back from the far side of the Moon. Putin, along with China, have incorporated the principles of the Peace of Westphalia, but they have gone far, far beyond anything like it. Just start with the extraordinary relationship which has been achieved between Russia and China. Don’t you realize that these are nations which fought a seven-month undeclared war on the Ussuri River as recently as 1969? Now, not only do they have regular summits between the Presidents and regular summits between the Prime Ministers; that’s the least of it. There are no fewer than thirteen intergovernmental commissions which are in continual contact all the time. All the many differences and disagreements,— and there are many,— are continually being worked out throughout all the breadth and depth of both governments.
“And we always find solutions,” Putin added in describing this.
The process of achievement of this extraordinary relationship has been a subject of in-depth study by China’s Dr. Ren Lin, who spoke at the Schiller Institute Berlin Conference in June, and by many other Chinese and Russian scholars.
This unprecedented achievement is at the heart of the BRICS process, and the development of the New Silk Road. It was the heart of the Russia-India-China Strategic Triangle concept of Putin’s predecessor, the late former Russian Prime Minister Yegeny Primakov. The genesis goes back, not only to Lyndon and Helga LaRouche’s concept of the Productive Triangle and the Eurasian Landbridge, but back earlier to LaRouche’s Strategic Defense Initiative, which had a formative impact on Russia, even though Russia’s once leader Yury Andropov had rejected it on behalf of his British masters.
This new system, nation-state relations of the future, beyond the nation-state, as LaRouche has long forecast, is striding rapidly over the entirety of the Eurasian continent and more broadly, as we approach the Vladivostok Eastern Economic Forum of Sept 2-3, the G-20 meeting in Hangzhou, China, Sept 4-5, the United Nations General Assembly opening on Sept 13, and the BRICS Summit in Goa, India, Oct 15-16.