Schiller Institute Conference:
The Future of Humanity as a Creative Species in the Universe
17 November 2019
SI—This Schiller Institute conference is dedicated to the memory of Lyndon LaRouche. His ideas, his economic method, and his optimistic outlook about the potentials of human creativity for the lasting existence of humanity in the universe, are more relevant than ever. Today, the New Silk Road, joined by more than 130 nations, is the first opportunity for developing countries to overcome poverty and underdevelopment and is the achievement of his vision of a new, more just, world economic order.
The core of his program for a new Bretton Woods system, in which the world’s strongest nations must work together to replace the oligarchic system, was, from the beginning, the industrialization of Africa, Asia and Latin America — the realization of the solidarity-building World Land-Bridge.
Panel 2 — The Fundamental Scientific Issues of our Future and the Space Silk Road
Jacques Cheminade, President of Solidarité et Progrès, former Presidential Candidate
The Moon Village: Next step toward a New Era for Mankind
LaRouche’s Discoveries: Educating a New Generation
Panel 3 — Who is Lyndon LaRouche?
Diogène Senny, President of the Panafrican League Umoja
Josef Miklosko, Former vice Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia
Dennis Small, Coordinator for Latin America of the Schiller Institute:
Theo Mitchell, former State Senator of South Carolina
Nino Galloni, former director general of the Budget and Labour Ministries, Fatherland Nation and State as seen by progressive Catholics and by Lyndon LaRouche
Hussein Askary, Southwest Asia Coordinator for the International Schiller Institut
Claudio Giudici, Chairman, Uritaxi (National Taxi Trade-Union), Florence, Italy
Harley Schlanger, Former spokesman for Lyndon LaRouche, Board Member of the Schiller Institute
Panel 4 — Beauty and Classical Art as Mankind’s Vocation: The Cultural Silk Road
Diane Sare, Director of the Manhattan Chorus Project,
Antonella Banaudi, Soprano and singing teacher, expert on Verdi tuning ,
Elvira Green, Mezzo-soprano, 30-year member of the Metropolitan Opera, Founder of the Spiritual Renaissance Singers of Greensboro/North Carolina: