Preliminary Program for the Schiller Institute Online Conference, June 18-19

“There Can Be No Peace Without the Bankruptcy Reorganization of the Dying Trans-Atlantic Financial System” is the theme of the day two event. You can register and follow the proceedings at:

Panel 1: Strategic Situation (Saturday, 9:00 am EDT; 3:00 pm CET)

1. Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany); founder, Schiller Institute: Keynote Address.

2. Andrey Kortunov (Russia); Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC): “Russia and the Indivisible Security of All Nations.”

3. 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.”

4. Dr. Wolfgang Bittner (Germany); author of over 80 books; Doctor at Law.

5. Sam Pitroda (U.S./India); innovator, entrepreneur and policymaker: “India and the Emerging New World Architecture.”

6. Jay Naidoo (South Africa); Cabinet Minister under President Nelson Mandela, South Africa: “Africa, the Continent of the Future.”

7. 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.”

Panel 2: Economy (Saturday, 1:00 pm EDT; 7:00 pm CET)

1. 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.”

2. 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.”

3. Dr. Uwe Behrens (Germany), logistics manager and author, Berlin.

4. Nino Galloni (Italy), economist; former Director General of the Italian Labor Ministry: “Make Africa Self-Sufficient Again.”

5. Leonidas Chrystantopolis (Greece), Ambassador ad honorem, former Secretary General of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation; “The crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Belt and Road Initiative”.

5. 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.”

6. Farm Producer Roundtable (U.S.): Jim Moore (Alaska), James Benham (Indiana), Jon Baker (Iowa), Mike Callicrate (Kansas), Frank Endres (California); Wilbur, Ken and Kyle Kehrli (Iowa) Robert Baker (Virginia): “Science and Culture to End Famine—Principles of Agriculture Productivity.”

Panel 3: Principles of Science for Durable Economic Progress (Sunday, 9:00 am EDT; 3:00 pm CET)

1. Jason Ross (U.S.); Secretary-Treasurer, The LaRouche Organization; Science Adviser to Lyndon LaRouche: “Vernadskian Time—Time for Humanity.”

2. Francesco Battaglia (Italy); Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Modena, Italy: “The Fraud of Climate/Energy Transition.”

3. Dr. Calabrese (U.S.) TBA

More to be announced.

Panel 4: Classical Culture and the Dialogue of Civilization (Sunday, 1:00 pm EDT; 7:00 pm CET)

1. Jacques Cheminade (France); President, Solidarité & Progrès: Keynote Address.

2. 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.”

3. Zaher Wahab (Afghanistan); Former Advisor, Afghanistan Minister of Higher Education: “Afghanistan and the Universal Genius of Ibn Sina.”

More to be announced

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