August 14th 2011 • 12:53PM

"We could decide to stop dying, and live!" The world monetary-economic crisis we saw unfold last week, can still be reversed. Discussed are the only solutions and the required outlook for our survival.

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August 9th 2011 • 11:29AM

In this interview, we pick up where we left off in the last interview. As the economic breakdown crisis gets worse, citizens will be forced to abandon simple, comfortable and practical explanations for the breakdown crisis, and will, instead, have to recognize the more profound causes and solutions to the world situation at hand.

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August 5th 2011 • 5:03PM

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We have now been pushed into an incredibly dangerous situation after the vote in both houses of congress this week. Lyndon LaRouche addresses that situation and offers an ultimatum: either the American people mobilize to sink Obama and what he represents, or we lose the nation, and that, soon.

20:20
August 13th 2011 • 6:11PM

So far, humanity survives by a thread. Lyndon LaRouche and Executive Editor Alicia Cerretani, discuss the forces at play during the last week, and look towards the coming week.

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17:33
August 7th 2011 • 1:06PM

Executive Editor Alicia Cerretani and Lyndon LaRouche discuss the inner core of what people fail to recognize under current historic trends. The inability to conciously recognize what has been removed from modern society, lies at the heart of our nation's seeming inability to act in committment to the future.

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July 14th 2011 • 9:27PM

The latest run on Italian state bonds and the downgrading of the bonds Greece and Ireland have signaled the final days of the Trans-Atlantic monetary system. The problem is that cowards on both sides of the Atlantic are falling for bait to continue to bail these bastards out, at the expense of the lives of ordinary people. That must change, and change soon, mankind is far too precious.

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Morning Overview · February 14, 2012
February 14th 2012 • 9:00AM

Lyndon LaRouche discusses morality and commitment with associates.

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