LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat – Choosing Greatness and the Common Good


President Trump delivered a historic speech on February 5th, retaining his aspirations to make America great and a leader in the world on behalf of the common good and directly calling out the supporters of the coup against him, who, not coincidentally, revealed themselves just this past week, to favor infanticide.

When he spoke, the partisans in Congress were formed into exactly the type of retrograde political cliques he attacked at the beginning of the speech in a call for unity and action on behalf of a higher good –cliques which now must answer the demands of the new paradigm marching across the world.

Most of these partisans don’t even realize that they are acting on behalf of old ideas which have failed. Thus, the party of Roosevelt can advocate something as fascist as the Green New Deal which will destroy the economy and any possibility of increased productivity. The party of Lincoln is resolute in the free trade Hobbesian notions of reality which have characterized its post-World War II existence.

The challenge to us is to actually lead and define the world-wide renaissance which the President references utilizing the tools Lyndon LaRouche has provided us: the mental basis for developing creative scientific breakthroughs across societies and cultures, the classical means for educating and transforming cultures and the individual soul. By way of example, the type of higher platform embodied in LaRoche’s vision for the SDI and SDE, as opposed to various notions of arms control which only preserve extant scientific regimes and deadly geopolitical arrangements.

Join us for tonight’s discussion.

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