February 15th 2014 • 7:34PM

In answering the first question presented during this past Friday Webcast, Mr. LaRouche defines the causes of thermonuclear war between the trans-Atlantic and the nations of Eurasia, and what to do about it.

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November 1st 2013 • 8:00PM

The first question from the November 1st webcast.

Since the recent embarrassing revelations of NSA spying on allied foreign governments there have been proposals for treaties to ban such spying. Do you support such treaties? What is your recommended response to this problem?

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November 1st 2013 • 8:00PM

The fourth question from the November 1st webcast.

Could you comment on the present danger of world war, as expressed in the recent Saudi-connected bombings in China, India, threats to Russia, and missile attacks against Syria?

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February 12th 2014 • 9:42PM

Written/narrated by Leandra Bernstein. Produced by Alicia Cerretani. Izborsk memo translated by Rachel Douglas (EIR).
The strategic significance of Ukraine today is that the crisis there threatens to become the trigger for the onset of a thermonuclear confrontation between Russia and the United States.

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November 1st 2013 • 8:00PM

The third question from the November 1st webcast.

How would you comment on the recent calls for Obama’s impeachment from the population, and Congressional representatives.

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November 1st 2013 • 8:00PM

The fifth question from the November 1st webcast.

Ed Snowden is scaring the hell out of the Obama administration, because the administration doesn’t know what they have on them, and how many others like showden there are. Please Comment

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Feature Documentary: Ten Years Later
September 10th, 2011 • 9:11 PM

Eight months before the September 11, 2001 attacks, Lyndon LaRouche forecast that the United States was at high risk for a Reichstag Fire event, an event that would allow those in power to manage through dictatorial means an economic and social crisis that they were otherwise incompetent to handle. We are presently living in the unbroken wake of that history.

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