Wednesday, February 21, 2024

The Economic Roots of Today’s Conflict


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Back in 1971, when Nixon took down the Bretton Woods monetary system, Lyndon LaRouche warned that this system would inevitably break down because it had undermined any long-term commitment to economic growth. Further, he warned that if attempts were made to save this system, it would lead the world to an inevitable point of fascism, economic breakdown, and a world war. 

This is the underlying factor in today’s world situation. Whether it’s the inexplicable horror in Gaza, or the glaring hypocrisy of the case of Julian Assange, these stem from the same hopeless attempt to save a dying system—a refusal to change the axioms and underlying assumptions on the part of today’s governing class.

LaRouche’s insights are needed more than ever today. This is why Helga Zepp-LaRouche and the LaRouche movement have called for the Oasis Plan for Israel-Palestine. Don’t simply try to fix the broken pieces amidst a sea of crises—it’s time for a new architecture overall. A movement is needed now to craft a vision for nations existing peacefully and in accord with a common mission of development for all.

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