June 18-19 Schiller Institute Online Conference
There Can Be No Peace Without the Bankruptcy Reorganization of the Dying Trans-Atlantic Financial System
23 June 2022
The June 18-19 Schiller Institute international conference is to make sure that question is answered in the affirmative, and to build a growing international movement for Lyndon LaRouche’s policy solutions to the global crisis.
Moderator: Dennis Speed, The Schiller Institute
Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany); founder, Schiller Institute: Keynote Address.
Andrey Kortunov (Russia); Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC): “Russia and the Indivisible Security of All Nations.”
Col. Richard Black; (ret.) (U.S.) former head of the U.S. Army’s Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon; former Virginia State Senator: “The U.S. Is Leading the World to Nuclear War.”
Dr. Wolfgang Bittner (Germany); author of over 80 books; Doctor at Law.
Sam Pitroda (U.S./India); innovator, entrepreneur and policymaker: “India and the Emerging New World Architecture.”
Jay Naidoo (South Africa); Cabinet Minister under President Nelson Mandela, South Africa: “Africa, the Continent of the Future.”
Dr. Clifford Kiracofe (U.S.); former Senior Staff Member, U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations; President, Washington Institute for Peace and Development: "Diplomacy and Cooperation in a Time of Crisis."
Moderator: Harley Schlanger, The Schiller Institute
Diane Sare (U.S.); LaRouche independent candidate for U.S. Senator from New York: “The Collapse of the West and the Urgent Need to Join the Belt and Road Initiative.”
Daisuke Kotegawa (Japan); former Japanese Finance Ministry official; Former Executive Director for Japan at the International Monetary Fund: “Don’t Let This World Be Destroyed by Filthy Gamblers Who Call Themselves Wall Street and City of London Bankers.”
Dr. Uwe Behrens (Germany), logistics manager and author, Berlin.
Nino Galloni (Italy); economist; former Director General of the Italian Labor Ministry: “Make Africa Self-Sufficient Again.”
Geoff Young (U.S.); Democratic Party nominee for U.S. Congress in the 6th Congressional District: “Why the U.S. Must Join the Belt and Road Initiative.”
Amb. Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos (Greece); former Ambassador to Poland, Canada and Armenia, former Secretary General of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSEC): “The Crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Belt and Road Initiative”
Food Producer Roundtable (U.S.): Robert Baker (Virginia; Agriculture Liaison, Schiller Institute); Mike Callicrate (Colorado/Kansas; Ranch Foods Direct); Jon Baker (Iowa, cattleman, rural community banker); Wilbur, Ken and Kyle Kehrli (Iowa; livestock, crops producers); Frank Endres (California), wheat, cattle; James Moore (Alaska); salmon troller leader; James Benham (Indiana); President of the Indiana Farmers Union; Board of National Farmers Union: “Science and Culture to End Famine–Principles of Agriculture Productivity”
Question and Answer Session
Moderator: Stephan Ossenkopp
Jason Ross (U.S.); Secretary-Treasurer, The LaRouche Organization; Science Adviser to Lyndon LaRouche: “Vernadskian Time—Time for Humanity.”
Francesco Battaglia (Italy); Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Modena, Italy: “The Fraud of Climate/Energy Transition.”
Dr. Calabrese (U.S.) Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Mass. Amherst; Co-Editor, Hormesis: A Revolution in Biology, Toxicology and Medicine: “Lies About Radiation Exposed; Start a Nuclear Renaissance, Now!”
Prof. Sergei Pulinets (Russia); Principal Scientific Researcher of the Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow: “International! Collaboration Required: Earthquakes Can Be Predicted; Rainfall Created – Lives Can Be Saved”
William C. Jones (U.S.); former EIR White House correspondent: “V. I. Vernadsky, Scientific Thought as a Geological Force”
— Question and Answer Session
Jacques Cheminade (France); President, Solidarité & Progrès: Keynote Address.
Felipe Maruf Quintas (Brazil); Professor of Political Science, Fluminense Federal University, Rio de Janeiro; columnist for Monitor Mercantil: “The Role of Brazil in the Dialogue of Civilizations and in the World’s Physical Economy.”
Zaher Wahab (Afghanistan); Former Advisor, Afghanistan Minister of Higher Education: “Afghanistan and the Universal Genius of Ibn Sina.”
Dr. George Koo (U.S.); retired business consultant specializing in U.S.-China Trade; Chairman, Burlingame Foundation: "U.S.-China Cultural Relations Are Critical to Prevent War"
— Question and Answer Session