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Bad Schwalbach Conference

“How to Reconstruct a Bankrupt World”

March 21-23, 2003

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Lyndon LaRouche addresses March 21-23 Bad Schwalbach Conference

Conference Program

Schiller Institute/ICLC 
Bad Schwalbach Conference

“How to Reconstruct a Bankrupt World”

March 21-23, 2003

Friday, March 21, 2003

Uwe Friesecke:
Panel chair:

Amelia Boynton Robinson:
Introduction of Keynote Speaker

Lyndon LaRouche Keynote:
“Physical Geometry as Strategy”

Brief Statements of Support by Co-panelists:
Dr. Vladimir S. Myasnikov,
Chandrajit Yadav,
Dr. Bi Jiyao,
Prof. Sam Aluko

Saturday Morning, March 22, 2003

Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Panel chair

Helga Zepp LaRouche:
“The Concept of the Eurasian Landbridge
as Response to the Strategic Crisis”

Prof. Dr. Vladimir S. Myasnikov:
Institute for the Far East, Russian Academy of Sciences
The Strategic Triangle of Russia,China, and India: the Eurasian Aspect

Dr. Bi Jiyao:
Academy of Macro-Economic Research,
State Development Planning Commission, China
“China's Economic Development Prospects And New Measures in Opening Up”

Chandrajit Yadav:
Former Union Minister India
“Why We Need Peace And Eurasian Union”

Saturday Afternoon, March 22, 2003

Ambassador Kim Song-woo:
Secretary General, East Asian Common Space Secretariat,
Seoul, Korea
“Prospects of Economic Cooperation in N.E. Asia”

Dr. Chin Hyung-in :
Economic Outlook For The
Eurasian Railroad

Dr. Ahn Byung-min
Director of the Department of Rail TransportationResearch
of the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI),

“The Role of the Trans-Korean Railway In N.E. Asia Transportation Corridors”

Markku Heiskanen:
Nordic Instititute of Asian Studies
“Realizing LaRouche’s Idea of Economy”

Dr. Zbigniew Kwiczak:
Former Minister at the Polish Embassy in
“Realizing LaRouche’s Idea of Economy”

Dr. Nina Gromyko:
Pedagogical Exercises
In a Russian Classroom

Saturday Evening, March 22, 2003


Sunday, Morning, March 23, 2003

Hartmut Cramer:
“A New Bretton Woods -
Development Perspectives and a New Beginning”


Prof. Sam Aluko:
Akure, Nigeria
“Conflicts and Economic Devolopment in Africa”

Dr. Eneas Ndinkabandi:
Representative of the board of RDR, Ruanda
“Avoiding War in Rwanda By Battle for Ideas”

Dr. Nino Galloni:
Economist from Rome, Italy
“Great Projects, Growth: ‘Margains of Possibility’ ”

Dr. Areti Demosthenous:
Reconstruction Through
Multcultural Education

Sunday, Afternoon, March 23, 2003

Youth Panel:
“The Second American Revolution”

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Bad Schwalbach Declaration:
‘This War Must Be Stopped’

BAD SCHWALBACH, Germany, March 23, 2003 —The following emergency declaration was passed today by the participants in the International Conference of the Schiller Institute, coming here from 45 countries: Argentina, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Cameroon, Canada, China, Congo, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Eritrea, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Iraq, Iran, Italy, Korea, Kuwait, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, Poland, Russia, Rwanda, Slovakia, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe.

Not only must the ongoing war of aggression against Iraq be condemned as completely illegal, and as an assault against international law—it must be stopped! It must be stopped because it opens up an era of anarchy and of return to the rule of "Faustrecht" (right of the strongest); but this time, under conditions of the killing-power of modern weaponry, or even nuclear weapons. As Iraq is only the first target of such illegal imperial pre-emptive wars, this unfolding "Clash of Civilizations" has to be brought to a halt, now!

We are presently experiencing the end phase of a systemic collapse, financial and other, in which the post-war institutions, for example, the IMF, NATO and the European Union, are breaking apart. Therefore, let us create new institutions, which better serve the interests of the peoples and the nations of the world. Specificaly, all those governments in the United Nations which have spoken out against the Iraq war, should come together now, and call for an emergency conference, to urgently reorganize the global financial system according to the guidelines for a "New Bretton Woods," laid out by Lyndon LaRouche.

The "Eurasian Union" that has emerged as an ad hoc alliance against the Anglo-American unilateral war, should proceed to implement the needed alternative: the Eurasian Land-Bridge infrastructure program must become the locomotive for world development. Based on the principles of physical economy, these long-term infrastructure projects of some 25 years, financed by state credit generated by sovereign nation-state governments, can overcome the depression and mass unemployment. The Eurasian Land-Bridge is not limited to Europe and Asia, but is designed to extend through the Middle East into Africa, and across the Bering Straits to the Americas. In this way, we commit ourselves to repudiating once and for all the central banking, free trade, colonial-imperial order which leads to destruction and war.

In order to stop this "Clash of Civilizations," leaders of nations from around the world must act to bring about a change of policy in the United States of America. One lever for doing this is the U.S. Presidential election campaign; and here, above all, the candidacy of Lyndon LaRouche. A pre-candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination, Lyndon LaRouche is devoting all his energy to bringing the United States into this process of peaceful world reconstruction. This process spearheaded by Lyndon LaRouche—and not imperial war—is the true interest of America.

We can only succeed in achieving peace and building a better world, if we consciously create a new Renaissance. The best way to do this is through a dialogue of civilizations among all nations participating in the great Eurasian Land-Bridge development project. This dialogue should focus on the universal image of Man as a cognitive being uniquely endowed with the gift of creative reason, which constitutes, therefore, the very basis for the notion of human dignity.

The crisis in the United Nations Security Council over the Iraq war has revealed the need to enhance the currently inadequate concept of international law, by grounding it more deeply and rigorously in the concept of natural law. The relations among nations, as among individuals, must be in harmony with the laws of universal Creation.

Mankind has probably never been in such an existential crisis as this. Every human being is called upon to grow morally, in order to take responsibilty for the outcome of this historical moment. Ordinary men and women are called upon to take leadership. In an extraordinary moment like this, one cannot transfer the responsibility to existing institutions, which either contributed to the current tragedy, or did not prevent it. All people of good will, but especially the youth of the world, must produce the leadership necessary to guide the world to safety.

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LaRouche at Schiller Institute Conference

`We Must Stop This War'

March 24, 2003 (EIRNS)—Press Release:

Keynoting a major international conference in Bad Schwalbach, Germany on March 21, Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. told his audience in no uncertain terms, that the current war against Iraq must be stopped. Any attempt to accommodate to the U.S. imperial push, will lead to disaster, he said.

These de facto marching orders came in the course of a speech in which LaRouche challenged his audience to confront themselves, and change the axioms of thinking, which had led them to permit their leaders to plunge the world into the Iraq crisis. This "must-read" speech can be found on www.larouchein2004.com and www.larouchepub.com. We quote:

"Now, there are some people who think that the war against Iraq, is a war against Iraq: It is not a war against Iraq. It is a war against the pretext of Iraq, to start a world war. The purpose behind this, is a world war, not an Iraq war. If you don't stop it, there is no after Iraq war. The Iraq war will never end. The destruction of Iraq, may occur within the next days or weeks, but the Iraq war will never end. Because you will be going into another war, under an administration, which is totally committed to a worldwide fascist imperialism. I'll make clear what that is.

"Therefore, we must stop it. This war is not inevitable. Its continuation is not inevitable. We must stop it. Those who say, let's accept an inevitable war, and try to clean up afterward, are fools. There is no afterwards. There's only a continuing war. You could expect the bombing of North Korea to occur, almost automatically, in the context of this, if it's not stopped. And it won't stop there. Iran is on the target list already. And this war could spill into Iran, already. The war would explode throughout the Middle East, if it's continued. It cannot be stopped, unless the war as a whole is stopped.

"China is one of the nations targetted by this war, which gives you some sense of what the dimensions are, what we're up against. We must stop this war.

"There's a positive side to this situation. I referred to it already, the so-called European Triangle. The fear which has struck Europe, and the positive response we've had already from Chirac, as well as his Foreign Minister, from the Chancellor in Germany, from others, and from Russia—I think that's a very positive shift in Russia's response—means that the world recognizes that it's a danger that must be stopped.

"We also have at the same time, a recognition of crises and problems, in East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, among nations that are composed of the so-called Strategic Triangle, of Russia, China, and India. That is a triangle of nations, which, if they agree to cooperate, represent a fulcrum of stability, both economic stability, and general security, for the entire area of Asia. This includes also the North Asia complex, of the Koreas, the two parts of Korea, which should be unified, to one degree or another. It also includes that part of China, which is adjacent to Korea. It includes part of Russia. It includes also the industrial forces in Japan, who are opposed to the warlike policy of the present Prime Minister.

"These forces know they need a recovery program. They know that a recovery program, and cooperation, is the only force in existence against this spreading war. There are forces in Europe, as well as in Asia, who recognize the importance of closer ties of cooperation, especially economically based, on technology transfer relations in the long term, between Western Europe, and Asia.

"These things must occur now.

"Therefore, this is a force for the good. The issue is, how do we make this force for good, this potential force for good, how do we make it effective? First of all, how do we make it a conscious factor in the minds of people around the world? It exists. Some people in Russia, as well as in Germany, and France, know it exists. Some in China, some in Korea, some in Japan, some in India, will appreciate the importance of this opportunity. But that's not enough.

"Public opinion, even good public opinion, will never stop a horror show, or solve a problem. Someone has to pull the strings of power, to make it a conscious, and make it happen. And that's what I'm determined to do. To pull the strings of power. Not to spread good opinion, not to spread good information, but to touch people inside, to cause those in positions of leadership, to act, as they must act. Because the people will respond to action from appropriate leaders.

"The people may have opinions. Look at the anti-war opinions around the world. Does it stop the war? It does not stop the war. Is it useful? Yes, it's useful. Will it stop a war? It will not stop a war. No peace movement could ever stop a war, even though it may be useful. Somebody has to pull the strings of power, to set into motion the action, around which popular opinion can then mobilize, and grow. And be mobilized for what? For action! Not for negative action, but for positive action. The positive action, of course, is to create a new international monetary-financial system. To take the IMF and put it into bankruptcy reorganization. To bring nations together to do that. To create a just new world economic order, by agreeing to form a new monetary system, based on certain principles of cooperation, which are acceptable among the participating nations. Not one nation, or two nations, to give the answers to the world, but an assembly of leading nations of the world, who agree on certain principles, to govern a new monetary system, whose immediate goal is to lead the world out of the present depression.

"The mobilization of a hopeful humanity, for a recovery from this horror show, is the one thing that could stop the war."

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