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Fireside Chat with Jeffrey Steinberg, June 9, 2016

  Join us at 9pm EDT (6 PT) for a live Q&A discussion with EIR’s Counterintelligence expert Jeffrey Steinberg. Ask your question here.

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Sub Specie Aeternitatis: A Moment Out of Time

General Douglas MacArthur at the formal surrender ceremonies in Tokyo Bay, Japan, 1945. Photo: United States Navy   by Tony Papert Our historians are monumentally incompetent.  Things do not happen.  Rather, they are made to happen. But made how?  By … Continue reading

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Fireside Chat with Lyndon LaRouche, May 5, 2016

  Join us at 9pm EDT for a live Q&A strategic discussion with Lyndon LaRouche. Don’t sit there waiting for someone else to save the United States, take charge and get insight to changing history direct from the strategic genius … Continue reading

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LaRouche: Practical Thinkers are Losers—Always Hit the Strategic Flank

Russian President Vladimir Putin addressing the UN General Assembly in New York, September 2015. Photo: kremlin.ru   Lyndon LaRouche today delivered a frank strategic assessment of the global situation to colleagues. The British Empire forces, including their Obama presidency, is … Continue reading

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New Paradigm for Mankind: A Primer

In preparation for the April 7th Schiller Institute Conference: Building A World Land-Bridge—Realizing Mankind’s True Humanity, we are posting a must-read article from space pioneer and visionary Krafft Ehricke. In his 1985 paper Lunar Industrialization and Settlement, Ehricke outlined not … Continue reading

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33 Years Ago Today President Reagan Proposed LaRouche’s SDI

  On March 23, 1983—33 years ago today—President Ronald Reagan made history by announcing the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) on live national television, shocking even some of his closest advisers. Presenting what he called “a vision of the future which … Continue reading

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LPAC Policy Committee · March 23, 2015

Join us for our weekly Policy Committee discussion featuring Lyndon LaRouche, Benjamin Deniston, host Matthew Ogden and the LPAC Policy Committee.  Transcript: MATTHEW OGDEN: Good afternoon, it’s March 23rd, 2015. My name is Matthew Ogden, and I’d like to welcome … Continue reading

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Three World Leaders Intervene Against War and Economic Disintegration

Two leading German figures and a Maryland Democrat, considering a presidential run, have stepped into the dangerous trans-Atlantic political vacuum to bring about a fundamental shift in the direction of policy, to avert a potential world war and an otherwise … Continue reading

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Athbhliain faoi shéan is faoi mhaise daoibh! (Happy New Year to you all!) Please sign the Petition – The U.S. Must Join the BRICS

Press Release ─ December 17, 2014 PROMINENT LEADERS BACK RESOLUTION CALLING FOR U.S. AND EUROPE TO REJECT GEOPOLITICS AND COLLABORATE WITH THE BRICS A grouping of more than 100 prominent politicians, businessman, academics, scientists and artists from 20 countries have … Continue reading

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August 8th, 2014 Webcast

Lyndon LaRouche returns to the LaRouchePAC Friday webcast, in an intense, far reaching discussion. A thorough elaboration of the distinction between the prospect representated by China’s commitment to developing Space science, especially with regard to utilizing Helium-3 deposits uniquely found … Continue reading

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