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Who is Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.?

Rolf A. F. Witzsche
June 16, 2006

About Lyndon LaRouche

The one man who most embodies the concept of "economics for civilization and a New Renaissance" is without a doubt the American economist Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. (1922).

The German Professor Wilhelm Hankel at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany introduced Mr. Lyndon LaRouche in glowing terms to his senior class on economics, on May 29, 2006, referring to him as "an American legend,  a highly cultured economist, statesman and professor." 

Lyndon LaRouche is also a legend in a different sense. He stood eight times for nomination for the U.S. Presidency, primarily for the Democratic Party. As an economist and political activist who has consistently challenged the imperial system, LaRouche has been honoured worldwide, primarily for his intellectual achievements and for his contributions to promoting the principles of civilization. Of course, as one who has challenged the powers that be, Mr. LaRouche  has also been persecuted, slandered, and imprisoned in the USA (1989-1994), all in a wide-ranging attempt to silence his voice. 

His scientific discoveries and the resulting accuracy in economic forecasting obviously speak for themselves. His long developed background in real economic science has made Mr. LaRouche the world's most successful economic forecaster of the last four decades. From that background he has hosted countless seminars and webcasts, addressed numerous scientific institutions around the world, spoke at the Vatican, and also to governmental institution like the Russian Duma. 

Mr. LaRouche is also known for his authorship of the American SDI initiative that was designed to upgrade the economies of the world with cooperative scientific and technological development. The idea was wrecked before it could be implemented. 

Mr. LaRouche is further known internationally for his New Bretton Woods proposal for rebuilding the world-financial system, and for his proposal to undertake the Eurasian Land-Bridge infrastructure development approach towards the economic development of the entire world.

A brief example of Mr. LaRouche's work is being presented within this series, Truth versus Guns, in the spirit of honouring this great man who has become a legend in our time by his achievements, and by his inspiration of many to become world-citizens committed to the advancement of civilization and the security of mankind with a bright future ahead, which we have the potential to create as human beings.

LaRouche Websites:

Examples of LaRouche's campaign to save civilization and to assure a new renaissance in our time.

Time is Running Out for the USA: Who Bankrupted America?
a comprehensive exploration of how and by whom the USA was reduced
from a leading industrial nation to a bankrupt wreck that threatens the very
existence of the USA as a functioning nation and an ensuing planet-wide
new dark age that the rest of the world cannot escape if the driving force
of the collapse process is not stopped and reversed. (a LaRouche presentation)

The U.S. Economic Recovery Act of 2006
a LaRouche emergency response proposal

LaRouche's webcasts and DVD on the onrushing global economic crisis (sample below) 


Felix Rohatyn and The Nazis


Americans Must Act Now To Stop Greatest Economic Crisis


"Retool Auto to Rebuild the Nation!" DVD


What We Have to Do, We Are in a New Period in All of Humanity'

LaRouche's writings on economics (sample below)


Time Is Running Out for the U.S.A.


Ape or Man? - The Great Secret of Economics


A Turning-Point in History


The Empire Versus the Nations: Synarchism, Sport & Iran


The Governments are Collapsing: The Cities of the Plain

LaRouche's recent speeches on economics (sample below)

6/27/2006 LaRouche to Berlin EIR Seminar: 
We Need a New Bretton Woods To Defeat the Evil of Globalization

(the rest of the seminar)

Tables of Contents (and links to contents) of Executive Intelligence Review

Other articles on economics (sample below)

European Auto On the Chopping Block
by Rainer Apel (June 30, 2006)

Ethanol Takes More Energy Than It Gives
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht (May 12, 2006)

The Beauty of Completing the Nuclear Fuel Cycle (PDF)
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht (May 5, 2006)

Cheney's Ouster Is Key to U.S. Survival
by Jeffrey Steinberg (May 5, 2006)

LaRouche and the LYM (LaRouche Youth Movement)

Of all the people that speak highly of Mr. LaRouche, the young people that make up the LaRouche Youth Movement (LYM) present perhaps the clearest image of who LaRouche is. They do this by their action and their commitment to the future of humanity on the platform of the principles that Mr. LaRouche is fighting for. 

Presented below is an introduction of Mr. LaRouche by the LYM in Mexico to the LAROUCHE TO NUCLEAR FORUM IN IBERO-AMERICA, on June 15, 2006, followed by Mr. LaRouche's keynote address in which Mr. LaRouche presents himself and ideas perhaps better than anyone else could.


MODERATOR (INGRID) IN MEXICO: We would like to welcome you all
here. Also, the people who are participating in the Argentine
Congress. The entire LaRouche Youth Movement is very happy to
have you here. Also, Executive Intelligence Review, which is
cosponsoring this meeting and these two groups are the ones in
charge of organizing this meeting. The LaRouche Youth Movement in
Argentina who are also involved in this presentation.

We would like to emphasize that this is the culminating
point of our continental pronuclear campaign, and it's also the
beginning of our second pro-nuclear campaign, which will
culminate on December 1. Our idea has been to organize at
universities and institutions among the presidential campaigns of
the different candidates in Mexico and among the population in
general, and we have the presence of institutions here such as
the Transportation Workers Union of Mexico City, the Naval
Studies Center, the textile workers trade union, the secretary
general of the office workers of Mexico, Firestone workers of
Mexico, people who have come from the Federal Electricity
Commission of Mexico, and also we have students from different
universities such as the UOM, the Technological University and
many others. I will not list them all but I want to welcome them

And without further ado, I would like to welcome Mr. Lyndon
LaRouche, who is going to present the LaRouche Plan for a
high-technology new world economic order. We'd like to welcome
Mr. LaRouche, also former presidential candidate in the United
States of America.

Keynote presentation by Mr. Lyndon LaRouche

We are at a point in world history. At the present time, 
the international monetary financial system of the world is
in the process of disintegration. That does not mean the end of
the world. It means that we either make certain changes, or this
planet will go in fact into a prolonged new dark age, comparable
to what happened to Europe during the middle to late part of the
14th century. Now, there is a problem in forecasting, which very
few economists understand, because most economists operate on the
basis of statistical theory, and statistical theory does not
apply to mass human behavior. Sometimes, it may describe it, but
it doesn't enable you to predict mass human behavior. Because,
first of all, human beings are not merely animals. Human beings
can change their behavior, in the same way that we make
fundamental discoveries of physical principle in science. And
every time that mankind either discovers a new principle, or
applies a principle which is previously known which had not been
applied, you change the direction of history accordingly.

We're now at a point, however, that as long as the world
continues under the present international form of monetary
system, the present IMF system, this world is doomed to plunge
into a new dark age, and if we remain in that policy, nothing can
prevent the entire planet from plunging into a new dark age. The
only thing that can be done is to change the international
monetary system. The means for doing that, is to put the existing
monetary system into bankruptcy reorganization. For example, in
the case of the United States, we're now on a short fuse, where
between March just past and September, under present
circumstances, we must expect a general collapse of the US dollar
system, the international monetary system. The collapse is
already underway. You see it in two phenomena: a rate of
acceleration of inflation in prices of primary materials, and at
the same time, a crisis in terms of breakdown crisis, of whole
chunks of the financial markets. So, the two processes going on
represent a condition of turbulence, of increasing turbulence,
which is very much like what happened in Germany between June and
November of 1923. We're in a breakdown crisis of that type.

However, if the United States were to change its policy, by
putting the Federal Reserve system into bankruptcy--that is,
putting the Federal Reserve system into receivership--you would
then have an option for the beginning of a recovery comparable in
model to what Franklin Roosevelt did when he came in as President
in 1933. Without that kind of change, there is no hope for the
United States. If the United States goes down, Europe will
collapse immediately. Russia more slowly, because Russia is now a
somewhat different kind of economy. The Asian economies will
collapse quickly, because a collapse in US and European markets
for Asian goods will mean a collapse in China and a collapse in
India and other Asian countries. So we would have immediately a
general breakdown crisis of the entire planet.

Some people want that to happen, people like Felix Rohatyn
and similar people in the Synarchist International, who plan for
the kind of world in which world population would collapse
rapidly toward less than a billion people from over six billion
today. Whole nations will disappear, entire languages will
disappear in some cases. That's the kind of problem we face.
Therefore, everything depends on the subjective factor: do
we know what the solutions are, and do we know how they work? Do
we have the ability, the will, to make them work, to introduce
them? We can do that, and my function is not only to warn people
against the collapse which is now virtually inevitable under the
present system, but to indicate clearly on the subjective level
what the decisions are that can be made by the United States.

For example, the US government. What could be done now,
right now, to prevent a general collapse of the US system and
also the world system? Only by presenting the concept of the
changes in policy which are needed to save the world from this
onrushing crisis, could the world be saved from a new dark age.
That's our condition. Any other view of world history is an
illusion, a consoling illusion. The idea that the present systems
in the Americas can work, that is, the present monetary system,
is nonsense. It could not work. We need a new system, and the
system is essentially that which Roosevelt designed as the new
Bretton Woods System. Times have changed, conditions have
changed, but the same kind of system and the Roosevelt approach
through reforms, is what is necessary.

But there are also other reforms, which we concentrate on
today. The world has reached a point with over six billion people
on the planet, that the world cannot go on on the basis of
existing levels of technology. Without the immediate
introduction, massive introduction, of nuclear power resources --
both as power resources as such and as technological means
involved in production, and without a rapid progress toward
thermonuclear fusion as a power source, within say a quarter of a
century ahead, there is no possibility of saving this world from
a catastrophe.

Why? The increase of population has meant that, to provide a
decent standard of living for people in various parts of the
world, for over six billion people, we are going to have to turn
to what are considered relatively marginal resources, marginal
mineral resources. For example, in many parts of the world, you
have an impossible fresh water problem. That is, fresh water
supplies available, drinkable fresh water, are not sufficient to
meet human needs. We are drawing down fossil water reserves, we
are drawing down the developed water supplies for human and
animal consumption, and so forth. We are also failing to develop
the landscape, such that we can sustain a larger, growing
population. Our systems of mass transportation have broken down,
our organization of our cities has broken down. All these things
have to be changed.

This requires power, this requires nuclear power. There is
no substitute for nuclear power on the planet today. Anyone who
proposes that we can get along without nuclear power is
seriously, dangerously misleading. Governments which say we do
not need nuclear power are dangerously misled. We need it. We
also need to organize the world in a different way. We have
populations, for example, in Eurasia. On the one side, you have a
declining, decaying, decadent European civilization. You have a
growing population, but a very poor population, in Asia. Over 70%
of the population of India is extremely poor, with over a billion
people total. China, probably 1.4 billion people, some
prosperity, but poor. China depends upon producing US- and
European-designed goods for US and European markets. If the
United States collapses and Europe collapses in its demand, then
there will be a catastrophe in China and in India. There will be
a collapse throughout Asia. So the whole planet is looking at the
threat, immediately, of a chain-reaction collapse, coming out of
Europe and North America, which would impact the entire world.

To deal with that problem, as a world problem, we have to
divide the world among certain continental systems of
cooperation. For example, in order to deal with the problems of
Asia, typified by China and India, we must concentrate
Europe--including Russia--on the development of the materials and
the technology required to bring the entire population of Asia up
to a sustainable standard. This is one area where nuclear power
becomes crucial. For example, in India, there's a determination
on the part of leading circles to go to the thorium-based
high-temperature gas-cooled reactor, as a mass development of
power sources for India as a whole. Also changes in technology.

The same thing is needed in China, but India has the thorium
cycle, as does Norway and potentially Australia--big
concentrations. In other areas, we're going to have to accelerate
greatly the development of high-temperature gas-cooled reactors
as sources of power. We're talking about hundreds of thousands of
new plants being put in fairly quickly.

This means a change in mass transportation, a change in
organization, a change in technology. It means looking ahead two
generations, each about 25 years. A transformation in
populations' characteristics, as we increase the productive
powers of labor.

The first thing we're going to have to face is this water
crisis. It's an immediate crisis. That is, an immediate crisis of
suitable fresh water supplies. It's also a need for rebuilding
the natural potential of agriculture and so forth in areas where
this has been abandoned by modern agricultural changes. This
means a long-term investment in capital-intensive modes of
investment, in particular in Eurasia, to raise the level of
productivity, the standard of living of the Asian population,
through mobilizing European production as an aid to that end in
Asia. This means setting up a system of cooperation and financing
of a fifty-year duration in Eurasia.

We have a similar situation in the Americas. The Americas is
different than Europe in many respects, because the Americas
generally were based on the migration of European populations
fleeing Europe but bringing the advantages of European culture
into the Americas. In some parts of the Americas, as in Mexico
and Peru, you had large indigenous populations which blended with
European civilization and, as they struggled to get free of some
of the oligarchical influences of imperialism, they showed the
same potential, particularly in the last half of the 19th
century. We are a different kind of people in the Americas than
you have in Europe. Europe is much more an oligarchical culture,
still. We do not have princes, dukes, counts and so forth much in
our part of the world. We are more a plebian population, and
therefore we look at people differently and behave differently
than Europeans today do, but we are based otherwise on European

Now, we have to get back to that tradition we have from this
kind of development in South America, Central America and North
America. We have to go back to what was, in the latter part of
the 19th century, considered the American model, the Hamiltonian
model of the economy. But there's been a lot of ruin added to the
stock of the countries of Central and South America. Mexico has
been ruined since 1982. The change imposed by the British and the
United States on Mexico in 1982 has ruined the country. The
country no longer has its own banking system. The banks are
controlled by foreigners. It has lost its nuclear power. It's
lost many of its industries. The conditions of life of most
Mexicans, on the basis of indigenous economy, is much worse today
than it was in 1982, when the crushing blow came down on Mexico
through October of 1982.

We've had in a similar period--remember, this is the period
of the Malvinas War--we've had a similar pattern in the case of
Argentina. We've had great problems in Peru, great problems
continuing in Colombia, and so forth. So, therefore, we have a
continent which has vast resources, which are largely
undeveloped, many poor people, but also within the population,
some people have a very high standard of culture by rural
standards. Our job in the Americas, while cooperating with
Eurasia, is to cooperate in developing the resources of the
Americas, to correct the errors that have been committed,
especially over the 1971-1982 period, to go back to a modern
economy based on raising the standard of living, going to an
agroindustrial high-technology mode of economy.

Therefore, we have to have a long period of cooperation.
This cooperation will be based on a number of considerations.
First of all, we must have a new monetary system which is a
return to a fixed exchange-rate system. We must have a fixed
exchange-rate system worldwide, because you cannot invest
long-term--that means, 25 or 50 years, or even less--if the
interest rate, if the borrowing costs on loans, on capital, is
rising. We must have a low-cost on interest rates for long-term
capital loans. We must have a system that is a fixed
exchange-rate, so the cost of those loans does not increase
during the lifetime of the investment. On that basis, on the
return to a strictly regulated economy, away from a so-called
free trade economy, a regulated system of cooperation among
nation-states, we have to have a policy, a plan of long-term
development and cooperation among sovereign states in that
development. That's the only chance for the hemisphere.

This chance depends upon the rapid development of nuclear
power use in the hemisphere. We have water problems, all kinds of
problems. Without nuclear power, these problems cannot be solved.
In Europe, we need a similar kind of thing, as I've indicated. In
sub-Saharan African, you've had genocide going on since the
middle of the 1970s. This is a deliberate Anglo-American policy
of genocide against sub-Saharan African people, and sub-Saharan
Africa has been ruined, from Sudan and so forth on south. Ruined
as a matter of policy, by policies adopted in leading circles in
the United States and in Europe. We have been committing murder,
genocide, against Africans. The pretext, as Henry Kissinger put
it back in the middle of the 1970s, was the argument that the raw
materials of Africa must belong to the US of the future.
Therefore, we must not let the African population increase,
because they will use up more of those raw materials. We must not
let the Africans raise the level of their standard of living and
productivity, because they would use up more raw materials. We
must reduce the population of Africa, we must destroy the
Africans' desire for sovereign nation-states. So these countries,
the British, the United States and others, have been committing a
policy of genocide against Africa, especially sub-Saharan Africa.
We've had a similar policy in terms of parts of the
Americas. The cheap labor policies that we've been using, in the
long term will mean genocide against whole sections of the world
which are relying upon cheap labor as a source. These are our

What are our changes of solving this, of reversing this?
Well, we have a president and vice-president of the United States
who, if continued in office, would absolutely prevent any
progressive development. If you are talking about looking at
President Bush continuing in office until two years from now,
you're talking about the doom of the hemisphere and probably of
the planet. Unless these characters are replaced, there's no
possibility of the policy changes being made which are needed to
control the presently onrushing crisis and to lead the world out
of the present danger. So, there must be a change in the US
government. If the change doesn't occur in the US government,
there's no possibility that other parts of the world will solve
the problem. It must be changed in the United States.
Now, what's the problem here? The problem is an old problem.
It goes back to the French Revolution period. The birth of the
American revolution, which started actually in 1763, when the
British Empire first emerged, or at least the British East India
Company. We in North America, who had been content to live with
the British monarchy, found ourselves in an impossible position
after 1763. We were being crushed, our technological progress was
being crushed. For example, during this period, during the last
part of the 18th century, the productivity per capita of the
typical resident in North America was higher, almost twice that,
of the typical person in the United Kingdom. And the United
Kingdom was repressing many of its own people, suppressing
technological progress, and was determined to crush technological
progress in the Americas. This was a cause for our Revolution.
Our Revolution realized the aims of Europe, of a Europe free of
oligarchical control. This was our constitution. And since that
time, they tried to crush us with the French Revolution and with
various things in Europe and the Napoleonic Wars, to crush the
struggle to bring forth presidential systems, and constitutional
power, like that in the United States.

When Lincoln won the civil war and we defeated the British
puppets called the Confederacy, the pro-slavery puppet regime
called the Confederacy, the United States had emerged from
northern border to southern border, from the Canadian border to
the Mexican border, from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, as
one of the most powerful nations on this planet, a nation which
could no longer be conquered by invasion. Only by subversion. Our
problem has been, over these decades since, over more than a
century since, subversion. We were subverted during the early
part of the 20th century, subverted by Teddy Roosevelt, by
Woodrow Wilson, by Coolidge, by Hoover, and people like that.
Franklin Roosevelt saved the United States and saved civilization
from what would have been otherwise a Nazi rule of the world.
After Roosevelt died, immediately forces in Europe and in the
United States went back to the same thing, of trying to destroy
the Roosevelt legacy.

We are now nearly a destroyed nation, from the inside. We
destroyed ourselves since the middle of the 1960s, since the war
in Vietnam, and especially since the election of Nixon. The
destruction has been going on at an accelerating rate. We're now
at the point that we have to change, because Western Europe is
incapable of making the changes on its own, which must be made.
They could make the changes if the United States initiated
changes in the United States. Those changes could be spread. If
the United States and Europe go that way, if the United States
goes that way, then there's a possibility that the patriotic
forces which we see now freshly emerging in South and Central
America, then these patriotic forces would respond quickly, for
cultural reasons, to the potential which the Americas represent,
on the basis of the American System.

But as you know, from Argentina, from Mexico, you cannot be
free while you have an Anglo-American foot on your neck. But if
the United States goes back to the other side, as it did under
Franklin Roosevelt, then the potential of freeing the people of
Central and South America for a kind of development which present
trends in cooperation suggest, will be almost automatic. But the
United States must take that initiative. Otherwise, there's not
much of a change.

In Europe, if the United States changes, you'll have
tremendous pressure coming on rapidly, as you see from Shanghai
and Beijing now, the Shanghai Cooperation Council, the principle
nations of Asia are uniting with Russia and reaching out toward
Europe, toward Germany and elsewhere, for continental
cooperation. If the United States makes the changes it must make,
then not only will the Americas change, but all of Eurasia will
quickly change in a similar direction. We have the possibility of
coming out of this, and building a new condition on this planet.

That's where we stand, and that's what I'm working for.

Therefore, the problem is, how do we change the government
inside the United States? How do we get rid of the Bush/Cheney
administration and people like that who represent this process?
You see what I'm doing, if you watch the United States. We have
people in the Democratic Party, and also into the Republican
Party, who realize--more or less reluctantly, or more or less
courageously--that we must get rid of Cheney and must get rid of
the Bush administration. Otherwise, there's no possibility that
we can do the things we need to do. The time is short. Probably
by September of this year, if we have no made the change we have
to make, we probably will be going then into a plunge into a deep
world depression, potentially a new dark age. If we change our
policies within that time frame, or approximately in that time
frame, in the United States, then as I've indicated to you, all
options are open. But if we don't you may be looking at a dark

Lyndon LaRouche and his Political Action Committee (LPAC)

Below is a brief example of the ongoing commitment by Lyndon LaRouche and his Political Action Committee (LPAC) to move heaven and earth, with action in progress, to save the USA from the onrushing crisis that would be catastrophic for the USA and devastating for the entire planet.


Report by Jeff Steinberg of LPAC (Friday, June 16, 2006) that there must be a change in the U.S. government long before the November elections. "This means that Congress must impeach Vice President Cheney -- immediately."

The world is headed for the biggest systemic financial crash in
history. This will lead to global chaos and a planetary Dark Age
unless the U.S. government by lunatic fringe is brought to an
end. Cheney goes, or we don't have a world. There is nothing
outside the U.S.A. that, on its own, can pull the world back
together. Bureaucratic methods must be abandoned. The crisis will
drive the situation. Use the crisis to oust Cheney and then Bush.

Cheney has to go first. Fitzgerald has already set up the
conditions for the Congress to act. If the Senate had shown guts,
Cheney would already have been gone. The problem lies, in part,
in Congressional cowardice. No scenarios work. To save the United
States and the world, you have to throw the bum out now.

We cannot wait until November. The Presidency must be
changed before that. The institutions cannot afford to act
ahistorically. The system is coming down, and under the present
constellation in the White House, the U.S. goes down too.

Asked precisely how to do this, Lyn responded: First, assume
there are people in the U.S. government who are ready to save the
U.S.A. There is a disposition in the House, among some members,
to go with a bill of impeachment against Cheney. Once you get the
matter referred to the Senate for a trial, Cheney is gone.
This is no parlor game. If no action is taken by September
to get rid of Cheney, and the crash occurs, Congress will go into
a panic. We cannot allow panic conditions to set in. We have to
create, now, an emergency combination to run the United States.

It must be bipartisan. We have the advantage that, under our
Constitutional system, this can all be done. Either impeach
Cheney for cause, or induce him to resign rather than face
impeachment. But this must happen before September. After
November, it is too late. We are in the kind of period of history
where only the impossible can work. Certain crises are
inevitable, therefore it is always best to plan in advance for
such crises. We have a problem, which is the fact that there are
a number of idiots in the Congress who are still supporting
Rohatyn. This is why destroying Rohatyn is so crucial. Getting
Cheney out will create a positive chain-reaction of events. We
can have a whole new governing team in place by November or
shortly thereafter, if the right action is taken against Rohatyn
and Cheney now. This has to be orchestrated like a military
operation, but totally under the procedures prescribed in our

Lyn emphasized that he is on the scene, to ride roughshod
over things. We need someone competent to be the appropriate
instrument for the needed policy changes. We have a team around
former President Clinton, former Treasury Secretary Rubin, and
others of that grouping, who can play an extremely positive role
under such conditions. It must be bipartisan. We are out to
save the nation. It is like the situation on the eve of Pearl
Harbor. Overnite, everything changed, and the right combination
of Democrats and Republicans, under FDR's leadership, put
together a majority that responded to the crisis. There are many
Republicans today, who hate where the country is going under
Cheney and Bush. The parties must work to create a functioning
majority -- not a partisan government. Partisan government is

The Webb victory in Virginia is a key indicator that we can
pull such a majority coalition together to respond to the crisis.
Webb typifies the bipartisan "Reagan Democrat" phenomenon. You
have, in the backing of Webb by Schumer and Kerry, indications of
this kind of patriotic instinct. It's not partisan. Events will
bring people out of their stupor into reality. The mood among a
majority of Americans -- it's really a smell -- is that they have
been betrayed by this White House. The smell is that 911 was an
inside job. The smell is that there is no money for the U.S.
military, but there is plenty of money for corrupt contractors
who are Cheney cronies.


LaRouche's current project is far more than just a policy fight, it is a fight to change the US Congress and Senate into becoming responsible institutions once again. It is a fight in the tradition of Franklin Delanor Roosevelt (see: FDR 1st Inaugural Address) to bring the US Constitution back to the foreground where it should be, and where it should be respected as the foundation of what the nation once aspired to and still does in its heart as human beings.

presented by Rolf A. Witzsche

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Rolf A. F. Witzsche, is an independent researcher, publisher, and author of eleven novels. The novels are focused on exploring the Principle of Universal Love, the principle that is reflected to some degree in every bright period throughout history with the added challenge for today to give our universal love an active expression in a type of 'Universal Kiss' for all mankind.

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