From Helga Zepp-LaRouche

August 27th, 2009 • 11:29am

The radical change in thinking required today, Zepp-LaRouche said in the concluding section of her Aug. 21 webcast, is expressed in the vision of the great German scientist Krafft Ehricke (1917-1984), who developed what he called the "extraterrestrial imperative."

August 23rd, 2009 • 12:04pm

The more than 90 minutes of discussion, which followed the webcast presentation by Helga Zepp-LaRouche yesterday, were a very intense dialogue with the people, whose questions mostly came from the real economy, like the nuclear power sector, automobile production, the agricultural sector, engineering, but also from that part of the population that has lost their jobs.

August 20th, 2009 • 11:29am

"Will the Threat of Ungovernability in the U.S. Spread To Germany?“

August 5th, 2009 • 11:11am

If Germany is to be spared a catastrophic future, we urgently need a fundamental policy change. Although the crisis was caused by the rules of the game of globalization, a system which is completely destroyed, and today is even more bankrupt than the G.D.R. [East Germany] was in November 1989, we only make the situation worse if we continue to subject ourselves to these rules, as the parties that serve in the Bundestag have all been doing, not least in that they voted for the package to bail out the banks' toxic waste.

July 22nd, 2009 • 10:15am

Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Chancellor candidate of the BueSo party for the national elections of Germany on September 27, held her first-ever live webcast here in the German capital of Berlin, yesterday, with an audience of about 70 people, composed of BueSo party members, supporters, and contacts from the LaRouche Youth's intense street campaigning of the past few days.

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