Tonight, the third and final class of this series will show that the twin policies of “monetarism” and “globalization,” which are destroying the very ability of nations to survive, are the outcome of the “information theory” which Lyndon LaRouche conceptually-destroyed over six decades ago. Policies based on “linear feedback loops,” green ideology, and, more recently, COVID mandate shutdowns, have brought us to the point of hyperinflation and economic breakdown.Read more
Brian Lantz takes you back to the early 1970’s as Lyndon LaRouche put his ideas of the anti-entropic development in the universe into practice. LaRouche recruited a movement to combat the economic suicide initiated by Richard Nixon, whose 1971 actions, let the Globalists take control of our nation credit.
A young man returning from World War II took it upon himself to debunk a new set of ideas being spread in post WWII American intellectual circles: cybernetics, information theory and artificial intelligence. The young man’s name was Lyndon H LaRouche. He already recognized such ‘ideas’ as not only wrong, but evil.Read more
Finally! In the face of public anger over growing energy shortages and rising prices, falling real wages, and emptying shelves, there are government policy shifts underway in several nations. Regardless of COP26 lunacy and the socially required, woke “green-washing” of critical new initiatives afoot, some government leaders are being forced to recognize that they must do something real, or face consequences.Read more
We cannot count what does not exist yet. Yet it is that which is ’coming into being‘ that is more fundamental. The family is, at its heart, that very ‘coming into being.’ The family is the most fundamental human unit, that precedes all else. The mission of America requires—now—a rebirth of the American family: with homes in vital neighborhoods alive with children's laughter.Read more
The globalized system which prioritizes money over physical production is now in its inevitable collapse phase. Today's shortages and higher prices are not going to go away under the current system. Lyndon LaRouche stressed that each nation should strive to have a "full set" economy. That involves modern infrastructure, advanced energy sources, machine tools, an educated labor force—the things needed for a functioning, modern agro-industrial nation.
If the U.S. is going to revitalize its manufacturing it must start with a revival of the machine tool sector. This video explains what are machine tools and why they are crucial to re-Americanizing the U.S. economy.Read more
The damage done by Hurricane Ida is not due to climate change. Storms of that magnitude have occurred long before the industrial age. The damage was due to a lack of investment in infrastructure that could have been built with modern technology, none of which is in Biden's infrastructure.
No matter how you cut it, a modern economy depends on steel, coal and oil. The U.S. has only 9 functioning integrated steel plants. If the U.S. is going to re-industrialize and grow, steel is a basic component. In this edition of LPAC Shorts, Brian Lantz lays out some of the hard facts about steel.
The coronavirus pandemic exposed the glaring vulnerability of America's supply chains. Those vulnerabilities were not caused by the virus but by the stupidity of Wall St.'s and London's globalization drive. If America wants to rebuild its supply chains it must reject globalization and adopt a long-term perspective for reviving U.S. production.Read more
Why are US supply chains disrupted, prices rising, inventories falling and the US back-order index increasing? Global trade is up only 2.7% worldwide, according to the giant container shipping company Maersk. However, in the US there is a ‘log-jam,’ seen in unplanned empty shelves in retail stores, shortages of foodstuffs, medical supply shortages, labor shortages, back ordered car parts, and fields full of unfinished automobiles and trucks lacking their computer chips. The list goes on.Read more
The pessimists are always wrong. Instead of the zero-growth Green New Deal, LaRouchePAC outlines an energy policy for the future based on expanded nuclear, fossil fuel and fusion that will enable America to triple its manufacturing and expand its economy.
by Bruce Director and Brian Lantz Unlike the farcical so-called infrastructure package being bungled by Biden and both parties in Congress, real infrastructure, as understood by LaRouche, is rooted in the future. The U.S. has many experiences with such an approach, most notably the way the U.S. Space program sparked a reorganization of U.S. economy. That's real infrastructure.
The Uniparty & “Experts” say it can’t be done, but we’ll prove them wrong in this series of short interviews of economist Brian Lantz by LaRouche PAC’s Bruce Director.
We can and must solve the crisis in housing for all our young families and future families.
We must start with people, the American people. Just as Lyndon LaRouche did in his precedent-setting Homeowners & Bank Protection Act of 2007 (HBPA). Widely endorsed, including by nine state legislatures and over 200 city councils, the HBPA would have nipped the 2007-2008 financial crash in the bud.Read more
Special update from Kesha and Brian in Texas on Energy failures in Texas just in time for Summer, only 4 months after a massive winter freeze devastated the state and left millions without power for days. The Energy Reliability Council of Texas, ERCOT has now called on Texan to conserve energy this week after a number of power plants “unexpectedly ” went off line. As of Monday approximately 12000MW of generation were off line. Watch this very important update to find out what’s really going on and what should be done about it.
President Trump and statesman & economist Lyndon LaRouche have placed a challenge before all of us. Just as President Kennedy mobilized the Apollo Moonshot, “to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills.”Read more
Where does profit come from? Did you "invest right" in your mutual fund or bitcoin or did you get lucky at the casino? Or, have you created something which advances society's ability to increase its potential relative population density? That is what Lyndon LaRouche called "the machine tool principle."
“...The point is, that for any national economy taken as a unified whole, scientific and classical-artistic progress, combined, are the only source of sustainable profit, nothing else. The machine-tool sector illustrates the role of science in this. For the imperiled economy of the United States, and, of many other nations, today, the lesson told is a desperately urgent one, even if it appears to address only technological progress as such..."
— Machine-tool design: the brains of profit, Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Dec. 7, 1996
For more on the machine tool principle, see LaRouche's 1997 article, Return to the Machine Tool Principle.
Making the decision to fight for progress—and refusing national suicide—state officials, agencies, and legislatures across the heartland of the US are acting to stop the “Great Reset,” and the Avatar known as Biden, and that Avatar’s Collective now soiling the White House. State governments with their substantial finance clout are rising to fight and defeat the green fascist—“carbon-conscious”—Wall Street and City of London predators who direct the Avatar and his Biden Collective.Read more
We are again on Mars. As the pandemic has also made clear, science, and in particular, the principles of physical economy, are the critical activity. The so-called debate over “reshoring” of U.S. manufacturing is already over. We must produce! All of America knows we must secure our supply chains, so that we again can become the leading industrial nation, and a leading exporter to the world. So, too, we will innovate, building a modern, optimistic, outward-looking and exciting nation once again.Read more