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Ten Principles’ Sparks Excitement on the Kim Iversen Show

March 24—Schiller Institute chairwoman Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s “Ten Principles for a New International Security and Development Architecture” was presented on March 22 by Schiller Institute representative Richard A. Black, on the widely watched Kim Iversen Show. As of Saturday afternoon, today, there had been 126,000 views overall, and 17,000 views on YouTube.

The Kim Iversen Show has 543,000 subscribers. 

In a lively interview, Black was able to present Zepp-LaRouche’s work to establish an international conference among nations devoted solely to a presentation and debate on the principles required to establish a world order based on a paradigm of peace and mutual development of all nations—at the moment, today, when Global NATO is about to trigger a nuclear World War III with Russia.

Many comments reflected excitement at the idea that a concrete pathway exists to realizing a New Paradigm for humanity. Among the comments: “The 10 principles made me cry—yes that is it exactly. That is the intended outcome of this experiment on our loving planet regarding unguided free will. This is our destiny as humankind to achieve as a foundation to grow upon. This is what we have to reach as a starting point for our world’s societies—to each be a part of a unified world society of humankind. Nobody will lose anything—everybody will gain everything”

Another comment: “An incredible conversation! The most beautiful vision of humanity is brought forth through the LaRouche movement. Man is fundamentally good and capable of perfecting the creativity of his mind and the beauty of his soul. Lyndon LaRouche. Peace through progress.”

Further: “Great interview! The people at the Schiller Institute are great folks. They are advocating for peace and prosperity through development, for the whole world and that there is no reason for a zero sum mindset. That through cooperation, humanity can go farther and faster than with individual self interest.”

A short comment: “I like the Schiller Institute. Lyndon H. LaRouche was right on many things.”

At the end of the program, Black called on the viewers to watch and circulate the video “The LaRouche Oasis Plan,” posted on https://laroucheorganization.com

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