A slowly emerging wave of recognition is gathering internationally as to the significance of Lyndon LaRouche who died last week at the age of 96. The canned obits written by his hysterical opponents in London, Washington, and New York simply did not sell. This is due to the scientific fact that those who know even the slightest bit about the man recognize, however dimly, that a giant has passed and they somehow have to catch up to the moment; to realize who he was and realize his life’s work. Last Saturday, the first among many planned events imbued with LaRouche’s ideas and his passion took place in New Jersey with the Schiller Institute conference entitled, “A New World Order Based On Natural Law.” Of particular note in that conference was the music panel, demonstrating how great classical art is the most potent of political forces, one of Lyndon LaRouche’s most fundamental principles.
Tonight’s discussion will feature Megan Beets of the LaRouchePAC Science Team and Dennis Speed, recapping the key moments of this very significant conference based on the discussion process at the conference and immediately following it among the participants. They will also present of the incoming remembrances of LaRouche from major world figures and a strategic overview of the way forward. Join us for tonight’s discussion.