LPAC Issues Organizing Leaflet: "The Economics of Extinction and The Principle of Progress"
January 30, 2012 • 10:03AM

The following leaflet is available for download now, on this site. The pdf format includes the Energy Flux diagrams used in the January 26th Weekly Report. This leaflet and an in-depth study of the Weekly Report are crucial to your organizing today!

Watch and Distribute Now: January 26, 2012 LPAC Weekly Report, "The Economics of Extinction and the Principle of Progress."

On Thursday January 26th Lyndon LaRouche, and Basement Research Team members Sky Shields and Ben Deniston conducted a special edition of the LaRouchePAC Weekly Report that should be rightly considered an important turning point in world politics. The survival of the human race rests on a fundamental change in thought, away from the popular economics of monetary babble, towards the domain of scientific self-development of the universe as a whole. This report is now featured prominently on the front page at larouchepac.com

Here is an excerpt from this crucial report:

"Now, the question is: What is the texture of anti-entropic development and anti-entropic timing that governs that process? And we'll see that it's a reflection of one very key economic principle, which is the increase in energy flux density. We can take that continuous process, as something we want to carry over now, to policy-making in the present to get us out of the current crisis. This discussion is the one that we need to bring, right now, to the economics departments, and to make dominant in the planet, because we're witnessing the failure currently, globally — you're witnessing the failure of everything that's been proposed as economics, over the last several decades. And anybody right now, I think you've got people who are realizing that they've been sold a bill of goods with what's been promised to them as economic education and scientific education. And we're in a position right now, where we really do need a Renaissance, we need a revival of this earlier approach and a reapplication of it, if we're even going to survive."