Tag Archives: Lake Chad

Transaqua Moves Forward: Water Transfer Is Not an Option, It Is a Necessity

President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Commander-in-Chief His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari GCFR delivering welcome address at the saving the Lake Chad conference, Abuja, Nigeria. Photo: @lcbcconference2018   The official outcome of the Feb. 26-28 International Conference on Lake … Continue reading

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Transaqua, A Dream Is Becoming Reality

The refilling Lake Chad to its original, freshwater capacity would transform the central African continent and bring neighboring nations into the win-win global development paradigm.   Decades-long efforts by the Transaqua authors and by the Schiller Institute have been crowned … Continue reading

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America Must Embrace New Silk Road As Its Own If It Is to Survive this Financial and Cultural Meltdown

The reality of the collapse of the entire western financial system is no more clearly expressed than in the discussion now dominating the leading banking circles across Europe and the US—to adopt “helicopter money” as the next stage of insanity … Continue reading

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Donors Conference on Lake Chad: Cui Prodest?

At the opening ceremony of the Donors Conference for the Revitalization of Lake Chad, Friday in Bologna, Italy, organizer Romano Prodi (former UN Envoy for the Sahel) was asked by Flavio Tabanelli for EIR why he is not pushing Transaqua, … Continue reading

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EU Rejects Transaqua Water-Transfer Project for Africa

In response to a Member of the European Parliament Cristiana Muscardini, the EU Commission has rejected water-transfer projects for the Sahel on the pretext of environmentalist concerns. Thus, by rejecting the only policy that can save Africa, the EU has … Continue reading

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