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  • Independence

    Independence

     December 02, 2020 ·  

    As the month of December unfolds, we American patriots must steel ourselves for the fight required in the days ahead—and the actions that must be taken to secure victory. Here, as a lesson to guide us, we present Benjamin Franklin’s leadership in the days leading up to American Independence. What is written below is not just history. Consider our situation today. Are we to be ground into the dust by a modern-day British Empire? To live under the diktats of a near-hereditary global oligarchy, who actually govern from Davos, the City of London, Silicon Valley and various agencies of the United Nations,—who then dictate policy to national governments? Are we destined to be the slaves and serfs of a self-appointed global elite?

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  • We Cannot Live on Air Alone! Reanimating America—And Our REAL Economy

    We Cannot Live on Air Alone! Reanimating America—And Our REAL Economy

     December 01, 2020 ·  

    Is there a popular movement for the re-industrialization of the United States? If we look to the millions of “deplorables” now in the streets demanding that the November 3 vote fraud be overturned, and to the 74 million—perhaps 84 million—Americans who voted on November 3 to re-elect President Donald Trump, the answer is a resounding “Yes!”

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  • Leadership at a Time of Crisis

    Leadership at a Time of Crisis

     November 28, 2020 ·  

    As of this writing, the official outcome of the U.S. Presidential election, under the provisions of the U.S. Constitution, is still not decided. Millions of Americans are in the streets demanding that the vote fraud which occurred on Nov. 3 be overturned. The President’s legal team is fighting tenaciously in the courts to achieve that aim, and President Trump himself, despite the almost unanimous opposition of a treasonous news media, continues to defend Constitutional law.

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  • 1774: Franklin in the Cockpit—Face to Face Against Empire

    1774: Franklin in the Cockpit—Face to Face Against Empire

     November 24, 2020 ·  

    On November 19, 2020, at a press briefing by President Trump’s legal team, Sidney Powell declared that the current battle to overturn the massive vote fraud in the Presidential election “is the 1775 of our generation and beyond.” This statement is neither an exaggeration nor rhetoric. It accurately describes the revolutionary moment before us and the responsibilities which lie on each of us. As in the months prior to the Declaration of Independence, we are now confronted with a bestial imperial faction intent upon crushing all opposition to a globalist agenda of economic looting, dictatorial rule and cultural subversion.

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  • A Vignette Concerning Benjamin Franklin

    A Vignette Concerning Benjamin Franklin

     November 17, 2020 ·  

    In a spirit of harmony with President Trump’s directive to call forth the teaching of actual American history in our schools, I offer here the first in a series of vignettes on the lessons that may be learned from the life of Benjamin Franklin. Franklin built and led a successful revolution, the greatest revolution in human history. In our fight today, if we wish to succeed—to save the American Republic, to create a happier, more productive future—we should learn from what he did. We need neither bravado nor defeatism; rather, we must improve our own capabilities and recruit others to the same historic mission. In doing so, we also remind ourselves as to the true purpose of the United States of America.

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  • Part 5: World Energy Needs

    Part 5: World Energy Needs

     November 14, 2020 ·  

    "We know, speaking broadly on this point, that if a developing nation, for example, is to reach the levels of sustainable population-density obtained in industrialized nations, those developing economies must achieve approximately the per capita energy-throughput of industrialized economies."

    — Lyndon LaRouche, A Fifty-Year Development Policy for the Indian-Pacific Oceans Basin, EIR, 1983.

    Based on this physical economic reality, in 1983 LaRouche forecast the mass murderous consequences of failing to achieve the energy-flux-density development required for economies globally—unfortunately, LaRouche’s forecast was correct. 

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  • Part 4: USA—Successes, Failures, & Potential

    Part 4: USA—Successes, Failures, & Potential

     October 29, 2020 ·  

    For many in the older generations, Lyndon LaRouche might be most respected for his role in designing and promoting what became the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) program. However, most people do not fully appreciate the depth and implications of LaRouche’s SDI program.¹ As much as it was a military defense policy, designed to temporarily eliminate the threat of thermonuclear warfare, it was also designed to ensure the kind of global economic development, for both formerly colonized and industrialized/post-industrial countries, which could create the basis for a durable peace on the planet²

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  • Part 3: Zero Growth Kills Millions

    Part 3: Zero Growth Kills Millions

     October 23, 2020 ·  

    In a 1983 report Lyndon LaRouche warned: 

    “In the coming period, fission sources, increasingly supplemented and later entirely superseded by thermonuclear, must be the leading feature of energy-generation policy. It would not be possible to supply supplies of added energy adequate to approach the requirements of the developing sector, most emphatically, without primary emphasis on unleashing and expanding potentials for fission generation of electricity and process heat today, and proceeding as rapidly as possible toward progress in successively more advanced versions of controlled thermonuclear processes. Without this policy, tens of millions or some multiple of that must die of increased mortality rates, for lack of energy supplies adequate to prevent this.” (Emphasis added.)

     — A Fifty-Year Development Policy for the Indian-Pacific Oceans Basin, EIR, 1983.

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  • Part 2: Defining ‘National Economic Energy Flux Density’

    Part 2: Defining ‘National Economic Energy Flux Density’

     October 16, 2020 ·  

    Regular followers of the LaRouchePAC website might have seen various references to assessments of the energy or electricity consumption per capita, for either the United States or other nations.  Over recent years, these studies have been carried out with the recognition that energy or electricity consumption per capita is a rough, but useful approximation of the energy flux density of a national economy considered as a self-bounded dynamic system.  In this series of articles, we are taking that approximation a few steps closer to reality by focusing on a deeper understanding of Lyndon LaRouche’s notion of energy flux density. 

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  • Part 1: What Is Energy Flux Density?

    Part 1: What Is Energy Flux Density?

     October 09, 2020 ·  

    The prospects of a re-election of Donald Trump, and a successful defeat of the attempted coup against his presidency, raises the potential for the United States to return to the mission orientation long advocated for by Lyndon LaRouche. The enemy is the British imperial system, including, emphatically, ideological enslavement, as has been increasingly enforced upon the world in the name of globalization (what some call globalism).¹  This present system is responsible for the deaths of countless millions throughout the underdeveloped world, and has left so-called developed countries like the United States in post-industrial ruins. 

    What is the alternative? 

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