This week marks a crucial moment in history, coming to a head at the UN General Assembly in Manhattan. Russian President, Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jingpin, and India's Narendra Modi, come with a commitment to peaceful collaboration and firm opposition to global terrorism, while an enraged and unhinged President Obama comes with the intention to escalate war against Russia ultimately leading to thermo-nuclear war.
By the time you read this, Obama and Putin will have met privately for one-hour to discuss Syria and ISIS. Obama's insane insistence that the defeat of ISIS can be done only after the ousting of the legally elected Syrian President Assad is causing more of a split in the world, where even nations previously allied with Obama against Russia are now breaking from that outlook and agreeing that there is need to work with Russia, if the world is going to survive.
These world leaders want to work with the better United States and they recognize that many of the economic ideals they are carrying out, actually come from the American System of Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln, and Lyndon LaRouche. When asked what he likes most about the United States, Putin said, "creativity" and the ability to solve problems. President Xi made a point of quoting Martin Luther King and President Abraham Lincoln in his speeches in Washington State and Washington DC.
LaRouche PAC is at the center of this process. Our organizers and activists have been in Manhattan since Day 1 of the UNGA, flooding the area with literature, talking to diplomats and high-level officials, singing and holding events.
Therefore, if you have the idea that one person can't change history, shake it off and think again. Your participation in this fight is not only crucial, but adds to our already-increasing effectiveness across the globe. Join us on October 10th at the LPAC Office in Quincy, MA for an intense discussion on policy and the future. Don't sit on the side-lines anymore! Act!
October 10, 2015 at 4:00pm - 8pm EDT
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