LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat

LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat

September 21, 2018 – 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific

Moderator – Dennis Speed, LaRouchePAC Manhattan Project
Guest – Michael Billington, EIR Asia Desk

Conference call dial-in number: 641-715-3580 NEW
Access code: 536662# NEW

To ask a question, dial *6 during the call to enter the queue

We also broadcast a live stream over YouTube at LaRouchePAC.com.

 President Trump made history at the UN by formally returning the United States to the foreign policy of John Quincy Adams, a foreign policy of non-interference in the affairs of foreign nations and a system where economies can breathe and develop outside the globalist system, which he dubbed making each country great again. At the same time, the British forces whose imperial order is disintegrating are not going down without a fight, attempting to rupture the relationships between the U.S. and China. China has responded by invoking the great Treaty of Westphalia in which relations are governed on the basis of the benefit of the other.

In this fight, a mistake is being made concerning the source of the problems in trade. The disparities in trade and the drain of U.S. jobs is a result of the deliberate policies of the Empire, the post-industrial society scheme put forth through the Council of Foreign Relations Project 1980s studies of Brzezinski, Fred Hirsch and others. Not recognizing this fact traps whole economies in the failed system to which the President alluded. Now, every economy of the world should be developing as full set economies if the President is to succeed in the vision he laid out at the UN. That requires access to a credit based monetary system where development funds are available on a long term and low interest basis and where projects are judged on the basis of whether or not they enhance the productivity of labor. The question then becomes, as Lyndon LaRouche would put it, how are we developing, jointly in many cases, the platforms for our economies 50 years hence, avoiding the deadly trap of technological attrition.

Join us for tonight’s discussion.

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