Government and Politics
December 13, 2022
On Sunday, January 8, my campaign will be holding an urgently needed policy roundtable from 1-5 pm in New York City. This event will also be accessible via Zoom for those of you who can't get into Manhattan. (see links below for RSVP)
Our nation, and the world are simultaneously facing the greatest potential for a new era of scientific discovery and peaceful economic dvelopment, or the very near term threat of total nuclear annihilation. The role of the United States will be decisive.
At the moment, the Biden Administration and the American mainstream news media are pushing us to the brink of thermonuclear war with Russia, and if that's avoided, then with China. Neither of these nations is an adversary of the United States. In fact, if the United States would return to the principles expressed in our Declaration of Independence and Constitution, we would be a great stabilizing power in the world, able to develop beneficial relations with all nations, whether we prefer their domestic policies, (which are none of our business) or not.
We also face a severe economic breakdown in the United States, which must be addressed. Our bridges and dams are in precarious condition, our power grid is woefully inadequate, our family farmers are being put out of business in record numbers, and our health and education systems are in a shambles. The purpose of launching my campaign for U.S. Senate in 2024 at such an early date, is to provide a rallying point for the people of New York, and the people of the nation to mobilize to get off of the path to self-destruction and global war, and back on mission as defined by our anti-British Empire founders.
My late mentor, the great statesman Lyndon LaRouche was loved by billions of people around the world because he stood for justice against a very evil group of financiers and oligarchs, who are trying to salvage their rotten, bankrupt system at the expense of humanity.
I will be joined in this discussion by some important figures, including Col. (ret.) Richard Black, former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter, anti-nuclear war scientist and author Steven Starr, Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche, and other international guests. (Participation in this policy discussion does not constitute endorsement of my, or any candidacy.)
RSVP to attend Jan 8 in person in NYC
RSVP to participate via Zoom Jan 8