Executive Intelligence Review; Volume 42, Issue 7 : Published February 13, 2015
From the Editors: What do you need to know, and how do you have to think, in order to bring mankind out of the current seemingly insolvable crises that have put us on the edge of World War III? In this issue of EIR, we do our best to supply those necessities. Helga Zepp-LaRouche provides the strategic overview, emphasizing what must be done to halt the war threat. The excerpt from Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov's speech at the Munich Security Conference backs up her case, countering the Western media lie that "Russia created the crisis." We also note recent Russia media coverage of Mrs. LaRouche and her Schiller Institute. Concluding this section is our definitive expose of what is behind the British Empire's assault on Argentina and its President, a leading collaborator of the BRICS nations in their motion to create a new, just world economic order. Greece, in its rejection of the murderous austerity that has been imposed on it, has not yet joined the BRICS, but it is putting up a fight that is inspiring other Europeans to fight-as you'll see in Economics. And the British and their stooges are also running into major problems on the terror front, as shown by our report on the explosion of coverage of the Saudi role in 9/11, and the motion to declassify the 28 pages of the 9/11 Joint Inquiry report that deals with that. Even more dramatic is our Counterintelligence feature by Australian correspondent Robert Barwick, on how the British monarchy is being shaken to the core by the release of new material on the assassination of Princess Diana, and renewed scrutiny on Prince Charles's Saudi ties. Circulation of this story will shake it even more. The rest of the issue is comprised of three in-depth reports on the method-economic and scientific-which must be adopted to rebuild the world, after the British monarchy's defeat. First, the Central Asia program from EIR's definitive The Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge report, showing the alternative to British geopolitics in that region. Second, "From Kepler to China Today: What Really Is Mankind?," a discussion by Jason Ross of the LaRouchePAC Science Team on the epistemological basis for thinking about man's role in the universe. Last, see our lively story on a breakthrough in nuclear fission-written to bust anti-nuclear axioms in Germany, but applicable everywhere. As a whole, this issue aims to support our editorial argument: The disasters before us, which "experts" claim to be inevitable, can and must be stopped."
- Paperback | 62 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.56mm | 217.72g
- 13 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations