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  • Plato's Dialogues, The Tragedy of Athens, and The Complex Domain

    Plato's Dialogues, The Tragedy of Athens, and The Complex Domain

     July 23, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    This article is reprinted from the Winter 2003 issue of FIDELIO Magazine. Plato's dialogues encompass an historical sweep of time, from Athens at its height in 450 B.C. to its defeat in the Peloponnesian War, to the death of Socrates in 399 B.C. and beyond. That more than half-century witnessed the self-destruction of Athens, as its imperial ambitions brought it into conflict with its neighboring city-states, especially Sparta, thus precipitating the Peloponnesian war in 432. A series of disasterous decisions led to Athens' ultimate defeat in 404.

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  • The Housing Crisis - Build Homes for Our Families!

    The Housing Crisis - Build Homes for Our Families!

     July 07, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    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.

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  • The New Dispensation from London

    The New Dispensation from London

     June 21, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    If it is not already, it will soon be obvious to everyone that the new “line” of the “Globalists,” better described as the modern British financial empire, is that there is currently a fateful world struggle underway between the “autocracies” -- also called “authoritarian” systems--and the “democracies.”

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  • Washington: Worse Than Useless Babble When Only Precise Actions Matter

    Washington: Worse Than Useless Babble When Only Precise Actions Matter

     June 13, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Right now, Washington, DC is overflowing with bills, reports, proposals for budgets, commissions, taskforces, leveraging of departmental resources, etc., etc. At best this is an unfocussed process of throwing money at problems instead of focusing on reality and solving real problems. At worst, as in Joe Biden’s Green New Deal, our economy will devolve much, much, further.

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  • The Developing Fugue of LaRouche’s Mars Project

    The Developing Fugue of LaRouche’s Mars Project

     May 22, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    In 1988, when Lyndon LaRouche proposed a 40 year project to build a science city on Mars, the imperial minions and stuck-in-the-mud pundits attempted to use the proposal as the basis for their ultimate derision: “Why he’s so crazy, he even wants to build a city on Mars!”

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  • Bring Back Coal! Bring Back Steel!

    Bring Back Coal! Bring Back Steel!

     May 20, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    This is the first in a continuing LaRouche PAC series concerning West Virginia.  The state currently is the second poorest state in the continental U.S. with a poverty rate approaching 18%.  It is also a state where the opioid epidemic struck hard as coal and ancillary manufacturing were shuttered. Dope Inc., this time in the form of Big Pharma, used fake science to exploit the people Purdue Pharma and other death merchants called “pillbillies.” We’ll first examine the various scourges afflicting the state while on a listening tour in which we will offer solutions. 

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  • Inflation Explodes: Time for LaRouche's Firewall

    Inflation Explodes: Time for LaRouche's Firewall

     May 16, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    A timely excerpt from our 2008 feature documentary, Firewall: In Defense of the Nation State which reveals the devastating—and completely avoidable—catastrophe of both Weimar hyperinflation, and the inevitable hyperinflation the dollar faces if the economy is not put through a top-down reorganization.

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  • As Israel & Palestine explode, look to LaRouche's 2009 warning

    As Israel & Palestine explode, look to LaRouche's 2009 warning

     May 14, 2021 ·   · 4 reactions

    Lyndon LaRouche gave a speech at Central Connecticut University on May 4, 2009. He said it was urgent to stop the killing in the Middle East but the fundamental conflict could never be solved unless the modern British Empire, playing the region, was destroyed. Installing the American (republican) tradition and its associated economics of development and destroying the parasitical oligarchic system is the key to peace.

  • Infrastructure For Creative Minds – Lessons Of The Erie Canal

    Infrastructure For Creative Minds – Lessons Of The Erie Canal

     April 30, 2021 ·   · 3 reactions

    We’re hearing a lot of talk about infrastructure these days. Sure, everyone’s for building and repairing roads, bridges, ports, and modern rail transport. But that is not a solution to the problems we face as a nation. The US has been destroyed as a productive economy over the past 50 years, through deregulation, environmentalism, outsourcing, Wall Street bail outs, etc. The concoction being cooked up by the globalist controllers of the current occupant of the White House has nothing to do with improving our economy, and will actually make it worse. Powering the nation through wind and solar power, as proposed in the Great Reset and the Green New Deal, represents a huge step backward into a far more primitive mode of human existence. The phony debate between pouring resources into make work projects, diversity training programs, the Green New Deal, and other nonsense vs. anti “big government” fiscal conservativism is just that --phony. All their plans will lead to the further destruction of the economy and the living conditions of the people, unless we undertake a real infrastructure building program now.

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  • Russia Catches Biden/British in Violent Belarus Coup Plot

    Russia Catches Biden/British in Violent Belarus Coup Plot

     April 27, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    Although there has been substantial coverage in the U.S. concerning President Vladimir Putin’s assertion of red lines not to be crossed, because of the information warfare being conducted by our government against its citizens, few in this country know the context for those statements.

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