In 2000, during a visit to New England as he campaigned for President, Lyndon LaRouche discussed the principles upon which this Republic was founded, that which forms this nation’s actual Manifest Destiny. In his speech he presages one of Donald Trump’s major missions—the scientific and industrial revival of the United States. LaRouche says that our mission is to ensure the General Welfare and to nurture the creativity of every American through unending economic progress. Our mission, our “Manifest Destiny,” is to export that drive, to push the frontiers of science and technology in order to develop the vast areas of the earth now plagued by ancient forms of empire and colonialism. Joe Biden banks on his repeated claims that Americans are too stupid to figure this out, and will willingly embrace a new Dark Age of continued de-industrialization and endless wars, rather than fighting the fascism which his fraudulent presidency is determined to impose.
Why they falsely imprisoned LaRouche
The use of political hit men—acting at the behest of the British government and an out of control White House—didn't start with the recent illegalities conducted against the campaign and transition of Donald Trump. Now, as a reckoning begins to occur for those who sought to take out the President, that reckoning must include the exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche if it is to be true and faithful to the cause of justice and freedom in the United States.
LaRouche, a genius and a visionary, was intended to be consigned to the realm of bad guys and crazies by the calculated smear campaign which accompanied his prosecution. An objective and fresh examination of his ideas now is vital to the survival of this country and its President, an examination which would follow, most naturally, as the result of removing the completely unjust stain of this prosecution. This is the story of the legal atrocity against this man concocted by Robert Mueller, among others.
Content from LaRouche:
Why Credit Can Be Greatly Expanded Without Adding to Inflation (Excerpt)
In this short chapter from a pamphlet published by Lyndon LaRouche's National Democratic Policy Committee in 1980 "Why Credit Can Be Greatly Expanded Without Adding to Inflation," Lyndon LaRouche explains why credit, for projects which raise the productive powers of labor, like capital intensive infrastructure projects and funded experiments at the frontiers of science, like the Apollo space program, pay for themselves by transforming the productive potential of the entire economy. They are inherently not inflationary.
LaRouche: Only a Four-Power Agreement Can Defeat the “Globalist” World Empire
During the 2007-09 depression collapse, Lyndon LaRouche understood that the power of the “globalist” world financial empire–which is today’s form of the British empire–was so great, that no single nation-state had the strength to destroy it. Even the United States, the world’s most powerful nation-state, could not by itself crush this world empire.
Are We Suffering Hyperinflation or Are We in a Breakdown Crisis?
On August 1, 2009, Lyndon LaRouche addressed the physical economic impacts of the last inflection point in the ongoing collapse of the post 1971 financial system, the 2008-2009 depression. His solutions to that depression were not adopted then. Now, we face a far worse potential worldwide. To solve it, you have to be in the right phase space--your physical economic productivity and technological progress must leap ahead. Standing still, or worse, going backwards with Biden and the Queen, ensures that many will die.
Lyndon LaRouche excerpt, "Mandate of Heaven"
In 1989, Lyndon LaRouche campaigned for Congress from prison. He had been put there by George H.W. Bush on behalf of the British oligarchy who demanded LaRouche's head. He wrote a pamphlet for his campaign entitled the Great Crisis of 1989-1992. In it, he explained his devotion to the American Revolution and its roots in the great golden European Renaissance. We found this excerpt from that pamphlet particularly resonant with the crisis this nation faces today and commend it to you.
A Fitting Birthday Present for Lyndon LaRouche: Put That Woman On Mars
On March 3, 1988, Lyndon LaRouche stunned the United States and the world, when as a Democratic Presidential candidate, he proposed the colonization of Mars as the means to bust out of the economic collapse of the United States, shift its decadent culture, and provide the legitimate basis for cooperation between sovereign nation states on earth. This is the 30 minute presentation from that campaign which was broadcast nationally on March 3, 1988.
A Timely Definition of American Citizenship from Lyndon LaRouche
In a pamphlet written for his 1980 campaign, “Creating a Republican Labor Party,” Lyndon LaRouche delineated the nature of citizenship in a republic. Despite the claims of the current White House, that we are a democracy, our founders found that idea repellant.
We find LaRouche’s definition very timely for today:
A Memorial Day Reflection & Urgent Message from Lyndon LaRouche
On November 11, 2009, Lyndon LaRouche discussed the road out of the 2007-2008 world-wide economic collapse. That road was not taken and the United States' economy continued to be further looted by Wall Street and City of London predators, its population assigned to gig jobs, inundated by drugs, and a culture of despair. Donald Trump was elected to arrest this. He was attacked relentlessly for attempting vast economic change and an end to imperial wars. His re-election was blocked by Wall Street, London, and other elements of the modern British Empire.
As Israel & Palestine explode, look to LaRouche's 2009 warning
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.
Special Thursday Event—Defeat Biden's "Jobs" Boondoggle with a Space Program
In preparation for our live Zoom webcast this Thursday (April 8), we're featuring Lyndon LaRouche's 2011 demolition of populist conceptions of make-work infrastructure programs, and his revolutionary notion of economic platforms of development. Simply attacking Biden's boondoggle "jobs' plan and complaining about big government will not make America a manufacturing super power again, we need to think big, with big projects, and a conception of the future we must create.
Remembering LaRouche's Role in the SDI
38 years ago today, President Ronald Reagan shocked the U.S., European, and Soviet establishments by announcing a policy Lyndon LaRouche had been developing and promoting for years, a crash program to develop beam defense systems capable of defeating nuclear missiles—what Reagan called the Strategic Defense Initiative. In later years, LaRouche, Russian leaders and others proposed that the same technologies could be used to defend our planet from asteroids and other objects, calling it the Strategic Defense of Earth. That mission, coupled with the economic spin-offs flowing from such scientific and technological breakthroughs, makes this policy just as important today, as it was in 1983.
The Household and the Physical Economy: Lyndon LaRouche’s Heuristic Bar Diagram of the Physical Economy
Lyndon LaRouche organizing students in New York City in 1973.
This is an accompanying piece for: Covid Did Not Shut Down the Economy
As Lyndon LaRouche stated,
“The formalities of the science of physical economy may be described as centered upon refining and scaling the following set of inequalities.
LaRouche on MLK & Real Leadership
In a world where the political process seems utterly broken, many people are asking, who will lead this country? Where are our leaders? Remember, oftentimes, history has been changed not by elected or ordained officials, but individuals just like you and me, who were determined to represent the unrepresented—the forgotten men and women. And many times, those people changed the world forever. Here, Lyndon LaRouche addresses a Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast in 2004, and uses the example of Dr. King's life and commitment to show each of us what effective leadership really is.
Watch LaRouche's Full 2004 MLK Prayer Breakfast Address
Celebrating Our Founder, Lyndon LaRouche
On February 12, 2019, Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., departed this earth. He was a man who led the resistance to most of what you see happening presently in the decadence, incompetence, and violence of our elites, while simultaneously presenting a profound vision for the future of the United States and the world. He pursued that vision through a political movement operating to dramatically change the present in order to create a future for our children and our grandchildren centered in the creative nature of human beings.
Lyndon LaRouche on America's Mission: Why the British Really Launched the Coup Against Trump
In 2000, during a visit to New England as he campaigned for President, Lyndon LaRouche discussed the principles upon which this Republic was founded, that which forms this nation’s actual Manifest Destiny. Unfortunately, the only video of this speech we have been able to find has been edited by EIR magazine, but a link to a transcript of his full remarks is included below. LaRouche says that our mission is to ensure the General Welfare and to nurture the creativity of every American through unending economic progress.
LaRouche Shocker—The American System Is Neither Capitalist or Communist—Why Didn't You Know That?
As the result of the American Revolution and the genius of Alexander Hamilton, an entirely new form of economy was designed, meeting the Constitution's mandate to protect the general welfare of a free people. That unique economic design was further elaborated by Henry Carey, Abraham Lincoln's economist, presenting the ideas which resulted in the superior logistics of the North in the Civil War. This invention has been attacked, distorted, and rather thoroughly wiped from American history books, as the result of a concerted infiltration and mobilization by our British imperial foe. Here, Lyndon LaRouche, who substantially advanced these ideas, tells you the real story.
LaRouche Addresses Coronavirus Crisis in 1998
In 1998, Lyndon LaRouche presented a speech, “How the Top 1% of Americans Think.” Not the top 1% who are rich, but Americans who decided to think their way through an international financial collapse and the spread of deadly viruses. He outlined how we got to our present rotten state in real economy and healthcare. He said we had to become angels and go to war against the intellectual and moral stupidity which put us in this crisis. How do you think about reconstructing the real economy after the tremendous hit it is going to take? That challenge is what LaRouche answers in this presentation.
The full transcript of his remarks can be found here.
LaRouche's Mission, and Yours—On the Anniversary of his Passing
Today is the one-year anniversary of the passing of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. We ask you to join us in reflecting on his life and his legacy, and to join us in completing the unfinished business of his exoneration.
While incarcerated as political prisoner 30 years ago, LaRouche reflected the true meaning of human life,
LaRouche: For Middle East Peace, Change the World in Which the Middle East is Located
In a speech on May 4, 2009, at Central Connecticut State University, Lyndon LaRouche traced the history of the present conflict in the Middle East to British imperial policies, emphasizing that at solution to the endless wars in this region will not come from dynamics from within the region because all players are being played.
Storm Over Asia (1999)
When Lyndon LaRouche recorded "Storm Over Asia" twenty years ago, there was no economic development process like China’s Belt and Road Initiative, involving over 155 nations. Russia was just emerging, under the leadership of Vladimir Putin, from a vicious eight-year looting spree that had been carried out by the International Monetary Fund, resulting in the reduction of the Russian population by one million people per year. The September 11, 2001 attack on America, and the subsequent Afghanistan and Second Iraq Wars, had not yet occurred.
LaRouche: A 50-Year Mars Mission Determines Today's Policies
Lyndon LaRouche in 2009: "I want an agreement among Russia, China, India, and the United States, on Mars… What are we going to do, between now and 50 years from now? What direction are we going to take? What’s our technology? What do we need to do? And we’re going to base our entire economic development, on looking at everything from that standpoint."
The Four New Laws to Save the USA Now! Not an Option: An Immediate Necessity
The following policy document was originally authored and published in June 2014. It remains the immediate and indispensable policy necessary to launch an economic recovery of the United States.