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GBTimes Interviews Helga Zepp-LaRouche on China’s New Silk Road and Europe

Feb. 16 – GBTimes is a multimedia news site, based in Finland where it was founded by Chinese entrepreneur Zhao Yinong, and which refers to itself as a “bridge between China and the rest of the world.” It published the following interview with Helga Zepp-LaRouche on Feb. 16:

China’s ambitious plan to link itself with Europe and Africa through new Silk Road trade routes has so far received a mixed welcome in Europe. The Belt and Road initiative, the brainchild of Chinese President Xi Jinping, proposes to boost trade and economic integration across Eurasia through over $1 trillion worth of investments in railways, ports, power plants and other infrastructure links. The initiative has been officially endorsed by Central and Eastern European countries, many of which are hoping that Chinese investment could create jobs and improve infrastructure.

But Western European countries have been more cautious, with British Prime Minister Theresa May declining to sign up to the initiative during her recent trip to Beijing and French President Emmanuel Macron warning during his trip to China that the New Silk Road cannot be “one-way.” There are also concerns in Brussels about a lack of reciprocity in trade with China and increasing Chinese investment in critical infrastructure in Europe.

The German-based Schiller Institute, however, has for the past several years been campaigning for the Belt and Road initiative in Europe by organizing hundreds of conferences on the topic. Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the institute’s founder and president, talked to gbtimes.com about the initiative and why she believes Europe should embrace it.

Q: What is the Schiller Institute?

HELGA ZEPP-LAROUCHE: The Schiller Institute was founded in 1984 as a think tank, with the main idea behind it being that peace and order in the world would only function if each nation would relate to the best cultural tradition of the others and vice versa. One of the focuses was to fight for a just new world economic order, something like in the tradition of the Nonaligned Movement, especially inspired by the ideas of my husband, Mr. Lyndon LaRouche, and secondly to fight for a renaissance of classical culture. I gave it the name of [German philosopher] Friedrich Schiller because his image of man was the most noble and beautiful one and I thought such a conception was urgently needed in the political realm.

Q: How did you first get to know China?

ZEPP-LAROUCHE: I went to China for the first time in 1971 on a cargo ship, which was repaired in Shanghai. So, I had plenty of occasions to visit many factories, children’s palaces, and the countryside. I also went to Shenzhen, Qingdao and Beijing, and that left a very lasting impression on me because this was in the middle of the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) and China was very much different then. But it started a deep interest on my side in Chinese philosophy and culture. And then I was also inspired by the changes which took place in China after the reforms of Deng Xiaoping, and I visited China many times in the 1990s and the 2000s, and especially after Xi Jinping announced the new Silk Road. And I could see the dramatic changes and the economic miracle which China has undergone. I feel very privileged that I have sort of personally witnessed the unbelievable transformation of China over almost 50 years.

Q: You mentioned President Xi Jinping who proposed the Belt and Road initiative in 2013. The Schiller Institute has been very supportive of this initiative. Why is this?

ZEPP-LAROUCHE: First, the Belt and Road initiative is presently the most important strategic initiative on the planet because it proposes what Xi Jinping calls a community for shared future of humanity. The idea of one humanity is a perfect conception for overcoming geopolitics, which was the reason for two world wars and, in the age of nuclear weapons, can lead to a terrible catastrophe just as big. If you look at the incredible progress this initiative has made in the five years since it was announced, you already see a tremendous transformation where the developing countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia, for the first time, have legitimate hope to overcome poverty and under-development. It just happens that the Belt and Road initiative is very much in accordance with proposals my husband and myself have made during the last decades. After the Soviet Union disintegrated in 1991 we proposed something that we called the Eurasian land bridge, which was the idea to connect the Eurasian peoples and industries through development corridors. The Chinese government picked up on the proposal to organize an international conference in Beijing in 1996, in which I participated as speaker. Already at that point China considered the development of the Eurasian land bridge a strategic initiative, but this was put on hold due to the Asian financial crisis of 1997. We were then extremely happy when Xi Jinping announced this policy in 2013 — with China’s economic power all these plans can now be realized. Why do you think the Chinese are interested in this idea of bridging the Eurasian continent? China has developed its own economic model of lifting its population out of poverty and it also wants to contribute to eliminating poverty on the world scale. I think that is a very different approach to many other countries. There are now only 30 million poor people left in China. In comparison, there are 90 million poor people in the European Union and more than 50 million people who are officially poor in the United States, but no clear plans to eliminate poverty in totality. So, you are saying China is currently the only major country that has a global vision? Yes. I participated in the Belt and Road forum in Beijing last year and everyone who participated in this conference had a distinct impression that we were witnessing the beginning of a new era of mankind. At the 19th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, Xi promoted the goal of having a fully developed, modern, culturally advanced, happy country by 2050 — not only happiness for the Chinese people, but for all the people in the world. Normally politicians in the West think at best until the next election, and I have not heard from any Western leader a plan on how to uplift the entire human species in the next 30, 40, 50 years. The idea to create happiness for the people as a policy goal was last heard during the American revolution when it was set in the American Declaration of Independence that it is a fundamental right to have life, freedom and happiness. This is a notion coming from Latin [sic — she said Leibniz] and it means the ability of people to develop their full potential. I have seen in China on many occasions that people really think that way. They have the idea that there is no limit to their ability to self-perfect to improve society and relations between nations, and it’s a completely different spirit to what you find anywhere in the West.
Q: All Central and Eastern European countries have officially joined the Belt and Road Initiative, but many Western countries including the U.K., France and Germany have been more cautious about it. Why do you think this is the case? ZEPP-LAROUCHE: When certain politicians in these countries say they want to insist on standards and rules, and that they don’t want the spreading of Chinese investment in Europe, I think it’s a question of geopolitical control. The EU for example could have developed Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, but they didn’t. When China then comes and starts to build the kind of infrastructure that the EU did not build, these countries are happy and want to go with the new Silk Road. And that causes some people who believe in geopolitics to see it as a threat. The present Western system is based not on the common good as a primary orientation, but on monetarist profit-making. This system benefits those who speculate and those who run the banking system. But it leads to such things like the 2008 financial crisis, which was a systemic crisis, and nothing has been done since other than quantitative easing and pumping money.

Q: But do you think China itself has overcome geopolitics?

ZEPP-LAROUCHE: I know that that is not the view of many politicians in the West, but I think assumptions about China are just people’s projections of what they themselves think. I am not a naive person — I have studied this in depth and looked at it closely — and I do think that China does not plan to dominate the world with its system. The Chinese model is more attractive, and many countries want to repeat what it has been doing, but I don’t think China wants to impose its values. My explanation for this is China’s Confucian tradition. For example, Christians are supposed to win other people over to Christianity, but Confucianism does not do that. Confucianism is perfectly happy to live in coexistence. And if you look at the entire history of China, you never had religious war. You had Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism and Christianity all living in a perfect ecumenical harmony. So, I think in Chinese history, you don’t find anything which would give credibility to the claim that China is not doing what they say. I think they are doing exactly what they say they are doing and they mean it.

Q: What would it mean for Western European countries to join the Belt and Road Initiative?

ZEPP-LAROUCHE: It would mean that there would be a shift towards the real economy. Right now, you have this money-makes-money philosophy, but if you look at even an advanced country like Germany, there’s a tremendous backlog in infrastructure. There are warnings by some of the logistic organizations that Germany is about to lose its standard as a location for industrial development because of the collapse of the infrastructure. So, if European countries would join the new Silk Road it would mean that they could basically renew their infrastructure like China has done, and to build fast trains among all major cities. With the policy of the Troika [European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund], the industries and the economies of the Southern European countries were destroyed. Now you see that with the advantages that come from Chinese investment in the Piraeus port and other projects in Greece, it’s going upwards. And with the EU, it went downwards. The same is true for Italy, Spain and Portugal. Europe could also participate with China in the reconstruction of Southwest Asia, of Syria, of Iraq, because you must bring economic development to these countries if terrorism is supposed to be eliminated. You have to give young people a future which they don’t have right now. It would mean you could solve the refugee problem in a human way.

Q: But do you think that some Europeans might be cautious about the growing Chinese influence because they think they might have to someday accept the same kind of restrictions on freedoms that China has at home?

ZEPP-LAROUCHE: Yes, but if people are worried that they may lose some of their hedonistic impulses — well, that might not be altogether such a bad thing. Because what we are seeing right now is a decadent society with all the violence, pornography and drug addiction. You have an opium epidemic in the United States, which is contributing to the fact that life expectancy is going down for the first time. If there is any parameter for the functioning of an economy, it is the life expectancy. If an economy is doing well, it’s increasing and obviously it’s an indicator that there is something fundamentally wrong if it’s going down because of suicide, alcoholism and drug addiction. On the other hand, there was just a poll made in Germany among 42 firms which were taken over by Chinese investors. In all cases, the management and the employees said that it was a positive thing that the Chinese took over, instead of speculators or hedge funds. I think some of these changes that come with more Chinese investment and influence would be beneficial. I would even go so far to agree with Leibniz, who said already in the 17th century that because of the superior morality of the Chinese, one should import Chinese missionaries to teach morality to the Europeans.

Q: So, you are optimistic that the acceptance of the Belt and Road initiative is growing in Europe eventually?

ZEPP-LAROUCHE: We have found that all people who do business in China or who have travelled to China or who are married with a Chinese person, are all positive, and they know that what China is doing is a historic transformation of humanity. The Belt and Road initiative is not just about economics; it’s not just about infrastructure from A to B, but it is really a new paradigm. And what I mean by new paradigm is a new way of understanding what is the role of humanity. We are the only creative species who can invent new technologies and sciences and change the mode of our existence. It’s not the nature of man to be greedy, to chase for stock market gains and try to exploit and dominate others. It’s the nature of man to develop our own potential to the fullest so that we can contribute to the development of the human species. And the new paradigm will be that more and more people, as time goes by, will be able to realize their true potential as human beings.


Webcast: Crazed Neo-Cons Put War on the Agenda: Russiagate Coup Effort Must Be Defeated

As the evidence needed to shut down the London-Obama “Russiagate” regime change coup against President Trump is being pulled together and hopefully released to the public, the so-called neo-conservatives within and outside the administration are escalating war provocations against Russia and China. Trump’s stated intent continues to be to forge good, cooperative relations with Russia and China; those trying to remove him are driven by a desperate understanding that, if Trump succeeds in bringing the U.S. into collaboration with Russia and China, their old paradigm, based on geopolitical manipulation, and the wars which are an essential part of it, will be swept away, and the empire of worthless financial instruments and debt will be collapsed on their heads.

Russian and Chinese leaders have issued clear warnings of the dangers implicit in the insane “national security strategy” being pushed by the neo-cons, even while continuing to seek cooperative engagement with the United States, to address problems with North Korea, the Near East and Ukraine. The fantastic progress demonstrated by China’s fight to eradicate poverty at home, and the potential for real economic development of the world’s less-developed nations, through its global initiative, the New Silk Road, are rallying nations from Africa, South America, Asia and Europe into an unstoppable alliance.

The next days offer opportunities for building further momentum for the New Paradigm, from Trump’s appearance in the Swiss Alps at Davos, and in his January 30 State of the Union address, as well as in the meeting on Syrian reconstruction at Sochi. This is not the time to be a passive spectator, when so much is at stake. Join Mrs. LaRouche this Thursday, and become part of the dynamic, inspirational force consolidating the New Paradigm.

The U.S. Must Join China’s Belt and Road In Developing The Caribbean and Central America


Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche made the following comments on Jan. 16, 2018.

Concerning the controversies around what President Trump did or did not say, we absolutely have to remain on the high ground, which means emphasizing Lyndon LaRouche’s “Four Laws” and that the United States must join the New Silk Road. 

Now, what that actually means is that it should be obvious to anybody that you cannot solve the problem of immigrants in the United States, or the drug epidemic, without bringing development to the Central American and Caribbean countries in particular. There are many places which are not “shitholes,” but they are hellholes.  For example, according to the FAO the level of chronic undernourishment, ie hunger, in Sub-Saharan Africa is 22.7% of the total population, which is the worst in the world. The second worst region is the Caribbean, where it averages 17.7%. But in Haiti}, an absolutely unbelievable 47% of people have permanent hunger, and 80% are living in poverty. And the whole Caribbean is very far from being a luxury cruise paradise: for the people living there, it’s a complete hellhole, as is most of Central America. [See Figures 1 and 2, which compare select physical-economic parameters of Haiti and El Salvador with Spain.]

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The only way you can address that is, obviously, what China is already actively doing with their Belt and Road Initiative, for example in Panama, where they are now building a high-speed railroad from Panama City to the border with Costa Rica.  And China is also the only country which is seriously helping Haiti, announcing a $5 billion plan to rebuild Port au Prince, the capital of Haiti.

So this requires the whole Belt and Road Initiative, not just one project or two. China has proposed on the highest level for Spain and Portugal to be bridges for the Belt and Road to Ibero-America and the Caribbean, and both Iberian governments have already agreed that they do not just want to be the western end of the New Silk Road, but they want to actively be the bridge to the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking nations in Ibero-America and also in Africa.

We are working right now on writing up this whole question of extending the New Silk Road into all the Americas, as part of our updated global study on “The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge:” to build a high-speed railroad from the southern tip of Ibero-America, Chile and Argentina, all the way through the Darién Gap and the Bering Strait, connecting with the Eurasian infrastructure program (see Figure 3).

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Figure 3

Now, one of the big problems there, is a geopolitical leftover that a number of Central American and Caribbean countries still have diplomatic ties with Taiwan and not with the People’s Republic of China. Panama recently switched that and agreed to support the One China policy, and obviously this is a big concern for the Chinese, who are constantly confronted with efforts to not recognize the One China policy. As a matter of fact, they recently complained that Marriott Hotel and other firms are talking about Macau and Hong Kong and Tibet as “other countries,” as if they would not belong to China.  So this is a question of accepting the sovereignty of China, which obviously has a lot to do with how they respond.

The situation is economically so severe that you cannot just try to build up from below, but you have to leapfrog and get the productivity level of this whole region up by orders of magnitude. There are obvious angles. For example, you have in French Guiana, which is actually not a sovereign country but a colonialist department of France to the present day, the European Space Agency’s launch site in Kourou, which is very close to the Equator. But then you also have the Brazilian Space Agency’s launch site, in a place called Alcantara, which is even closer to the Equator. These situations are not without problems, but they already represent a very important scientific capacity, and that could be made into a regional project, a science-driver for the entire Caribbean Basin region (see Fig. 4).

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Then you have the expanded Panama Canal, the planned Nicaragua Canal, and, as Lyndon LaRouche has often stressed, if you build all of these canals, including the Kra Canal in Thailand, you are really talking about a single world ocean, which would eliminate many of the geopolitical chokepoints of the British.

So we have to really push this, that the United States must join the New Silk Road. This would include building major projects in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, including in Ponce on the southern coast of Puerto Rico, which could become a major port and shipping point for the Maritime Silk Road. Building a deep-water port there would open the whole transport corridors into the Gulf and East coasts of the United States. Connected with that, the Maritime Silk Road would do something similar in Mariel, Cuba, where there is also the plan to build a deep-water port. And since this is very close to the United States, it should all really be integrated into one big project.

Webcast: Time to Shut Down British Imperial Operations!

In an article in {Consortium News} on January 11, Ray McGovern, leader of the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) and a former high-level CIA intelligence analyst, wrote that it is evident to all except those blinded by their hatred for President Trump, that a “soft-coup” is underway, directed by British intelligence and its U.S. allies, to drive him out of office. The purpose of “regime change” in the U.S. is to preserve the geopolitical machinations of its coordinators, even if it means putting the world on a course toward nuclear war. The “missile alert” in Hawaii last week should be a reminder of how perilously close we are to nuclear annihilation.

The Schiller Institute has been joined by leaders of the VIPS in exposing this coup, in several recent public events in New York City. In his article, McGovern points to the importance of “former” MI-6 operative Steele’s fraudulent dossier in running the coup. McGovern calls on Congress to take on the “J. Edgar Hoover-style blackmail on steroids, enabled by electronic surveillance of just about everything and everyone….” As more evidence of FBI corruption is pouring out, he says that “Russiagate is becoming FBI-gate.”

Putting an end to the fraudulent attacks of Russiagate, which target not only Trump, but the leaders and nations of Russia and China, would open the door for full U.S. cooperation with the Belt-and-Road initiative. This would put an end to the era of confrontational imperial geopolitics, which is what China’s President Xi means when he speaks of “win-win” collaboration.

Mrs. Zepp LaRouche will provide a strategic update on the advance of this process, and what is necessary to achieve this desirable result on this Thursday’s webcast.

Webcast: The “Silk Road Spirit” Inspires France’s Macron: Will It Ream Berlin and Brussels?

In opening a three-day visit to China, French President Emmanuel Macron declared that, with the reinvention of the ancient Silk Road, which he called a “treasure of civilization,” China “has accomplished a dream.” As China has lifted 700 million out of poverty, he said, the Chinese can now come to Europe, to help accomplish the same there. Remember, Macron stressed, the Belt-and-Road Initiative (BRI) works both ways. “The ancient Silk Roads were never only Chinese. By definition, these roads can only be shared. If they are roads, they cannot be ‘one way.'”

With these words, Macron is echoing a call made a week earlier by Helga Zepp LaRouche on her weekly webcast, when she called on European governments to become active participants in BRI projects with China, to address the growing levels of poverty in Europe.. Mrs. Zepp LaRouche emphasized that, due to the economic policies of China’s President Xi Jinping, there are now many fewer people living below the poverty level in China than in Europe. She noted today that Macron’s message from China will send shock waves throughout the world, as it represents a reversal of policy. In particular, it puts Berlin and Brussels on notice, as these capitals remain stubbornly, and foolishly, resistant to the potential for cooperation with China’s “win-win” policy, which is overturning the imperial doctrine of geopolitics.

As the battle intensifies in the United States to defeat the neocons, with their hysterical and dangerous nostalgia for a disappearing unipolar world defined by geopolitical confrontation, Macron’s promotion of the “Silk Road Spirit” demonstrates that there is a new dynamic shaping policy in the world. The Schiller Institute, and Mrs. Zepp LaRouche personally, have been the leading advocates for this new paradigm.

For a strategic update on the implications of the transformation underway, join us for this week’s Schiller Institute webcast, featuring Helga Zepp LaRouche.

Webcast: End Geopolitics, Adopt LaRouche’s 4 Laws


In a New Year’s greeting, Schiller Institute President Helga Zepp LaRouche concluded a summary of the outstanding issues to be addressed immediately in the New Year by stating that there is “reason for optimism for the coming years, because solutions do exist. Let us just implement them in a decisive way.” Those solutions begin with the global initiative by China, called the Belt-and-Road Initiative, she said, which in the last year has opened to include more than seventy nations.

Now, it is essential for the United States and the nations of Europe to join, as the Trans-Atlantic region is facing a new, larger financial crash, led by the corporate debt bubble which is threatening to blow, unless its economies shift from speculative bubbles to real physical production, especially in cutting-edge infrastructure technologies. The economic advances made by China in recent years demonstrate that this approach works, lifting hundreds of millions out of poverty, and creating a healthy optimism about the future. For the U.S. and Europe, this means it is now time to implement Lyndon LaRouche’s Four Economic Laws, which should serve as the basis for President Trump’s economic initiatives in his State of the Union address. Not surprisingly, those financial oligarchs who created this unresolvable speculative debt bubble are pushing geopolitical confrontations, to prevent the U.S. and Europe from participating in “win-win” cooperation with China and its expanding circle of allies.

During the latter part of last year, the Schiller Institute began the Thursday webcasts to provide its growing number of supporters a weekly update from Mrs. LaRouche, who has played a leading role in bringing the “Silk Road Spirit” to people who are otherwise held hostage by the Fake News media of the West. Join us this Thursday, and every Thursday — let’s make 2018 the year when geopolitical doctrine is rejected forever, and the New Paradigm is realized.

Webcast: The New Silk Road is Changing The World: The US Must Join!


As we come to the end of a tumultuous year, the prospect of the consolidation of a New Paradigm of international cooperation is bright, one which can free the world from the dangers inherent in the strategic instability of imperial geopolitics. An unstoppable dynamic was introduced when China’s Xi Jinping inaugurated steps for creating a Silk Road process of land, sea and space collaboration — unstoppable, unless the forces of the old paradigm, centered in the City of London and Wall Street, succeed in their coup against the Trump presidency, in which case the world is on a short fuse to nuclear war and annihilation.

At the forefront of this dramatic shift has been the organization of the LaRouche movement, which, under the leadership of Lyndon and Helga Zepp LaRouche, has been providing a clear strategic direction away from the neocons preferred “unipolar” world order. Throughout the year, the Schiller Institute has held numerous international conferences, with Mrs. LaRouche speaking at events in China, throughout Europe and in the United States. In recent months, she has been presenting a weekly webcast, to provide clarity and vision, at a time when Fake News dominates media in the Trans-Atlantic world. The discrediting of the whole “Russiagate” narrative, has opened the door for more people to discover who is behind it, what is their intent, and what is the alternative to their destructive agenda.

Events in the next months will be crucial in deciding whether or not the United States will join with Russia and China in adopting the “win-win” vision of international cooperation at the heart of the Silk Road process. Join us this Thursday for an update on where the world is heading, and what you can do, to insure the success of a rapid transition to the New Paradigm.

Webcast: Mueller Investigation Criminality in the Open: Time Now to End the Reign of Geopolitics


In the recent weeks, a series of exposes, led by the circulation of LaRouchePAC’s dossier on Robert Mueller, the “Immoral Legal Assassin”, has emboldened those fighting against the coup in the United States, which was designed to overturn Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election.  A number of key operatives, working directly with Mueller, have been exposed as part of a web of criminality, with their marching orders coming directly from the highest levels of British intelligence.  The leading role of the British, exemplified by the Christopher Steele/Fusion GPS “dodgy dossier,” which was financed by the Clinton campaign, is now the subject of hearings in Congressional committees, and has even become a topic of mainstream news coverage

Though the tide is turning against Mueller, the battle is not yet won.  There are crucial strategic issues to be addressed by the Trump administration, including deepening the collaboration with Russia and China, and addressing the dangerous financial crisis in the Trans-Atlantic nations.  As we look ahead to the New Year, it is clear that, if the right course is adopted in the days and weeks ahead, it is now possible to put an end to the genocidal foolishness embedded in the imperial doctrine of Geopolitics, a doctrine designed for the survival of the Empire, at the expense of the world’s population.

There is nothing more urgent today than to overturn the reigning geopolitical, unipolar world system, and replace it with a New Paradigm, based on each nation working for the benefit of all nations.  Events of 2017 have proven that the efforts of the Schiller Institute, led by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, to bring the U.S. into the New Paradigm, are bearing fruit.

Join us for this Thursday’s webcast, when Mrs. LaRouche will present the strategy to bury, once and for all, the doctrine of geopolitics.

Webcast: As Pace quickens for World Land-Bridge, Mueller Must Go!


Since the conclusion of the historic Schiller Institute Conference in Bad Soden, Germany on November 26, the pace of developments for the expansion of the Chinese Belt-and-Road Initiative (BRI) has accelerated dramatically. There have been conferences, forums, and announcements of new agreements on a daily basis, including in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and South America, as the Spirit of the Silk Road is spreading worldwide. One of the conferences, in Zhuhai, China, on the Maritime Silk Road, featured a major presentation by the Schiller Institute’s Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

As this positive motion advances, it is becoming increasingly intolerable that the witch hunt run against President Trump, by the London-directed imperial neocon/neolib forces, to prevent Trump from bringing the U.S. into full collaboration with the BRI, is allowed to continue. There is new evidence emerging which demonstrates that, as we have said from the beginning, these attacks have nothing to do with “Russian meddling,” but are an effort by those “Deep State” manipulators to hold humanity hostage to their deadly wars, bailouts and murderous austerity measures.

The advance of the BRI, as well as the new evidence exposing the Mueller-run witch hunt as a desperate “Made in London” fraud, makes it more possible than ever that citizens worldwide could act the bring their governments into collaboration with the New Paradigm, if they knew the truth about these crucial strategic developments. That is why Helga LaRouche initiated these weekly updates, so citizens could act on a fully informed basis of the potential for a totally unlimited future for humanity.

Be sure to hear Mrs. LaRouche’s update this Thursday.

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