EIR to Release New Special Report
‘The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge’
Mankind’s future is being shaped today by an international movement for real economic development, led by the nations of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa). In contrast to the current bankrupt TransAtlantic financial system, this new movement is building corridors of development, expanding nuclear power production, and pioneering in space exploration—fostering the new technologies and creative spirit which can uniquely bring the planet out of the current threats of pestilence, starvation, and war.
EIR has been at the very center of shaping this new movement, which can be seen as a realization of the vision and plans for a New World Economic Order put forward by Lyndon and Helga LaRouche, and their movement, in the early 1970s. For 40 years, the LaRouches and EIR have been on an organizing drive to spread the ideas which could spark just such a development. [See "LaRouche’s 40-Year Record: A New International Economic Order,"]
1996 marked a major landmark in this process, when Mrs. Helga Zepp-LaRouche participated in a conference on the Eurasian Land-Bridge perspective in Beijing, China. In the wake of that conference, EIR produced its Eurasian Land-Bridge Special Report ("The Eurasian Land-Bridge: The ‘New Silk Road’-Locomotive for Worldwide Economic Development"), which laid out how the impetus then being developed in China, could spread throughout the planet.
EIR’s coming report, "The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge," is the exciting sequel to the 1996 report, updating the enormous progress that has been made on the development plans laid out in that earlier report, and presenting extensive development plans for every part of the world, driven by a crash fusion power program, and the replacement of the bankrupt monetary system with a credit-based system of national banking.
The 200-300 page report is expected to be released by the end of November, first in PDF, and then in hard copy.
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Here is a preview of the table of contents.