LaRouche: "A New Monetary System Is The Only Option for Humanity Now"

3 de may de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>LaRouche: "A New Monetary System Is The Only Option for Humanity Now"</h1><p>WASHINGTON, D.C., May 1 (LPAC)--In his opening statement at the LaRouche Pac May 1 webcast in Washington, D.C., Lyndon LaRouche emphasized the urgent necessity of replacing the hopelessly bankrupt world monetary-financial system.</p><p>"What must happen, if civilization is to be continued on this planet--it must happen very rapidly--is that the United States must enter into an agreement with Russia, China, India, and other countries, to establish immediately, an emergency, new international monetary system, based in conception, on the precedent of Franklin Roosevelt's launching of the Bretton Woods system in the period of 1944-45. That must happen, and can happen." LaRouche continued:</p><p>"Russia has already indicated, through President Putin, repeatedly--and through others--and I have some considerable investigation into this matter--an interest in working together with the United States, perhaps not with the jokers who are presently sitting in Washington, in the White House and similar places, but to establish a new relationship with the United States, different than that which now exists at the top, in order to bring together the nations of Russia, China, India, and the United States, and other nations, into treaty agreements which will establish immediately, a new emergency world monetary system, modeled in intention, on the agreement which Franklin Roosevelt orchestrated in 1944-45 for the post-war world.</p><p>"{That is the only option for humanity now. The time frame is immediate.} This is not something for 2009. Or even 2008. It's for 2007, and it must happen {now}: Because the entire system is presently, hopelessly bankrupt. It's being held together by pins and needles, and chewing gum...." For the full webcast transcript, or archived audio, see</p></div></body>