The Chairwoman of the Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche wrote the following statement for the Strategic Alert Service on June 18, two days after the passing of Helmut Kohl, the former German Chancellor from 1982 to 1998.
The political climate in the United States has become increasingly volatile and dangerous, fed by the frenzy of demonizing President Donald Trump as a dictator, a greedy self-serving incompetent, and even as an agent of Russian President Vladimir Putin. That culminated last week in the shots fired at Republican Congressmen and their aides during a baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. Among those hit was U.S. Representative Scalise, the third-ranking member in the Republican leadership in the House, who remains in critical condition.
Sieben Monate nach der demokratisch entschiedenen Wahl in den USA intensiviert sich die Kampagne, um den gewählten Präsidenten zu stürzen. Lyndon LaRouche hat die Amerikaner aufgefordert, den Putschversuch gegen Präsident Donald Trump zu stoppen, weil dadurch Demokratie und freie Wahlen in Amerika bedroht seien.
Der Berliner Kreis, eine Gruppe von „Dissidenten“ innerhalb von Kanzlerin Merkels CDU, veröffentlichte einen Aufruf für einen Kurswechsel in der Klimapolitik. In ihrem sechsseitigen Papier vom 3.6. fordern sie ein Ende der „moralischen Erpressung“ durch die Klimaforscher und der einseitig negativen Darstellung der Folgen der globalen Erwärmung. Die Öffentlichkeit habe eine ernsthafte, objektive Debatte verdient.
Lyndon LaRouche again called upon the American people to shut down the coup underway against the duly elected President of the United States, which threatens democracy and the entire electoral process in the United States, and which, if not stopped, will lead to general warfare.
The “Berlin Circle” (Berliner Kreis) in the CDU adopted a policy paper on June 3 calling for a serious and objective debate on climate-related and energy policies. Science “should not be instrumentalized by policymakers”, the paper states, and climate research should be “an issue of faith” or an “arena of ideological disputes”.
Chinese media granted significant coverage to the views of the founder and chairwoman of the Schiller Institute, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in and around the May 14-15 Belt and Road Forum in Beijing at which she spoke during the think tank sessions. During discussions with collaborators after her two-week trip to China, Zepp-LaRouche stressed that the strategic reality in the world is actually very different from that generally presented in the mainstream media in Europe and the United States.
With pride and excitement, Kenyans flocked to the capital on May 31 to watch President Uhuru Kenyatta inaugurate the first passenger train travelling on the new 472 km standard gauge track linking the port city of Mombasa on the Indian Ocean to the capital Nairobi.
China Investment Magazine, which is supervised by China’s National Development and Reform Commission, ran an article by Schiller Institute founder and president Helga Zepp-LaRouche in its May issue. It was distributed both in Chinese and in English to every participant in the May 14-15 Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing, which Zepp-LaRouche attended and during which she addressed the “think tank exchanges”.
China Investment Magazine, which is supervised by China’s National Development and Reform Commission, ran an article in its May issue by Schiller Institute founder and president Helga Zepp-LaRouche. That issue was distributed both in Chinese and in English to every participant in the May 14-15 Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing, which Zepp-LaRouche attended and during which she addressed the “think tank exchanges”.