On June 21, the Schiller Institute and LaRouche Political Action Committee released a new 80-minute feature documentary, titled “The LaRouche Case: Robert Mueller’s First Hit Job”, which has become the spearhead of the international campaign to obtain the full exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche. The video shows that the fraudulent imprisonment of Lyndon LaRouche in 1988 on trumped-up charges of loan fraud and conspiracy to avoid paying taxes, was one of the largest and most egregious government operations against a political figure in United States history.
Schiller Institute founder and chairwoman Helga Zepp-LaRouche kicked off a 10 day visit to China by participating in the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, held May 15-16 in Beijing, after which she had public presentations, interviews and extensive private meetings. At the Asian Civilizations conference, Zepp-LaRouche gave a 10 minute speech, based on a paper titled “The Highest Ideal of Mankind Is the Potential of the Future,” which had already been published as part of the Conference proceedings.
In an article written on Jan. 19 for the German weekly Neue Solidarität, the chair of the Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche denounces the fawning letter of 31 German leaders to the Britons dated January 18, calling on them to remain in the European Union. Helga Zepp-LaRouche writes:
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairwoman of the international Schiller Institute, recorded a video message for the New Year, which we present below. The video is available here.
The revolts in France against Emmanuel Macron and his policies have increasingly moved in the direction of a mass strike process; Great Britain threatens to sink into chaos over the Brexit policy, while the government is disintegrating; and in Germany, the two major parties of the post-war period are in a shambles, but nonetheless determined to stay their disastrous course, as seen in the recent CDU election. In short, the leaders of the three largest countries in the EU are finally being presented the bill for their failure to protect and defend the common good.
A seminar was held in Paris on Nov. 6 to launch a French edition of the Schiller Institute and EIR report From the New Silk Road to the World Land-Bridge, complete with updates. Participants included representatives from some 10 embassies from Europe, Africa and Eurasia, Chinese and Russian media, strategic analysts, and African associations particularly interested by the industrialization perspective for their continent.
“Sleepwalking: Have We Learned the Lesson of How the First World War Came About?” is the title of an article written on Nov. 3 by the chairwoman of the international Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in which she reviews the acute, but underestimated, danger of war today. She begins:
A “sensational” assessment of the situation in the United States was presented by the chairwoman of the international Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche, during her recent visit to Moscow for both public and private discussions and meetings. She was a featured speaker at the conference on “Chinese Civilization and the World” organized on October 24 by the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and she addressed on the same day a group of social activists and political scientists at the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation.
The Chairwoman of the international Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche presented an overview of the current strategic situation and the perspectives for the future in a speech given in Moscow on Oct. 24 at the 23rd International Academic Conference on the theme “China, Chinese Civilization and the World: Past, Present, and Future”. The event was organized by the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a new report on Oct. 8, which claims that to avoid terrifying consequences for the planet, global warming must absolutely be limited to 1.5 degrees C by the end of the century, compared to the pre-industrial levels. In other words, the Panel confirms its opinion that the Paris Climate Accord, which mandated keeping the temperature rise to below 2°, was not drastic enough.