The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
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.
As part of today's "New Presidency" series, Ed Hamler sat down with Diane Sare, for an interview discussing her region's role in building NAWAPA, including the urgent challenge of giving the inner-city youth there a future through a modern-day CCC.
On September 11, 2001 Lyndon LaRouche was a guest on the Jack Stockwell radio show when the 9/11 attacks occurred. Here are the historic, prescient statements by Lyndon on that fateful day.
Next in our cycle tonight on "The New Presidency", we bring you this discussion by Summer Shields of the possibility of turning the current no-future youth generation into "The NAWAPA generation" of the future.
We post this presentation by Summer Shields, as the first in our cycle this evening on "The New Presidency". Summer details LaRouche's "Seven Steps" and discusses in depth the construction of NAWAPA.
Diane Sare, LaRouche Democratic candidate in New Jersey, delivered this address to a joint town hall meeting held along with Rachel Brown in Brookline, MA on August 31, 2011. We play her address in full as part of today's New Presidency series. Diane speaks about the emotion needed to muster the courage to fight a war, using quotations from U.S.
NAWAPA Builders Committee member Wayne Voelz and LaRouchePAC activist Andy Olsen are interviewed on the aftermath of Irene, and the perspective for prevention of natural catastrophes with the development of the NAWAPA project.
As part of our New Presidency series, we focus in on the role of the Pacific Northwest in building NAWAPA. With the heart of the NAWAPA Transfer Function located in Idaho, Washington State becomes the command center for this project.
Continuing our cycle this evening on "The New Presidency", with a focus on California's role in NAWAPA, we republish this interview with Dr. Howard Chang, a professor at San Diego State University and a professional civil engineer who worked on the Three Gorges Dam project.
LPACTV's Natalie Lovegren elaborates how the tempering of climates through a globally extended NAWAPA program, including the greening of the Sahara, could potentially minimize or even eliminate the occurrence of violent hurricanes.