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  Subject: LaRouche & South American Union Leaders Vs NWO Globalization <Fwd>

  

  LaRouche in Hemispheric Webcast on Defeating Globalization 
with South American Trade Union Leaders
http://www.larouchepub.com/pr/2007/070614mex_city_wbcst.html
  June 14, 2007 (EIRNS)—Led by U.S. Democratic Party leader Lyndon LaRouche 
and Mexican trade union leader, AgustÃ&shy;n RodrÃ&shy;guez, Secretary General 
of the Union of National Autonomous University of Mexico Workers (STUNAM), 
trade union leaders from Chile, Argentina, and Peru participated today in a 
profound dialogue via internet videoconference, on the subject "Globalization 
Is Equal to Fascism. We Need A New Bretton Woods, Now." Organizers from around 
the world —from Bolivia and Colombia to Russia and cities across the United 
States— were listening as it occurred. (See media archive of the webcast.)
  Some 35 individual Spanish sites were logged on as the dialogue took place, 
the highest number yet reached for a LaRouche webcast.
  This was no academic discussion. The STUNAM is in the midst of organizing a 
labor rebellion against the Calderón government, demanding the government 
revoke the March 30 law privatizating public workers pensions and health care, 
as unconstitutional and a step towards plans to eliminate all workers' rights, 
in the name of "structural reforms" and "globalization." Attempting to pick off 
weaker-kneed labor leaders by talk of possible concessions, the government 
delivered a formal "offer" to labor leaders, right before the "II 
LaRouche-RodrÃ&shy;guez International Dialogue" on Globalization was scheduled 
to begin. And, while 60 people, including various other trade union leaders and 
more than two dozen youth, were at that dialogue at the STUNAM headquarters, 
five other meetings mapping out local details of the fight were taking place at 
the same time in other parts of the building.
  LaRouche and RodrÃ&shy;guez opened the dialogue, and fielded questions (see 
transcript). The other speakers then addressed the essential nature of the 
battle to reestablish State-run social security systems which can defend the 
public welfare. Most noted how important it was to participate in a continental 
discusssion of this type, which gave them hope that misery can be overcome.
  From Santiago, Chile, Yasmir Fariña, Vice President of the National 
Federation of Workers of the University of Chile (FENAFUCH), spoke with passion 
of the destruction which the so-called "Chile model," imposed under the 
Pinochet dictatorship but not yet overturned, has wrecked upon her country. 
From Lima, Peru, Carlos Gallardo, dean of the Association of Professors of 
Peru, reported that the teachers and professors in his country are on strike 
now, because, while the government claims it has no money for education, it is 
paying off the foreign debt even before it comes due.
  Hugo Moyano, Secretary General of the Argentine Labor Federation (CGT), spoke 
by cell phone from the city of Mar del Plata where he was attending a meeting. 
He delivered a message of optimism, that Argentine workers had fought without 
success for years against the privatization of social security, but under the 
Kirchner government, that privatization is finally being reversed. And, he 
emphatically agreed with Mr. LaRouche, that Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet 
had been an agent of Margaret Thatcher!
  Moyano's participation is notable, given that he is the Argentine equivalent, 
post-wise, of John Sweeney of the AFL-CIO.
  Moyano's message of optimism was also supported by Salvador Fernandez, 
Adjunct Secretary General of the Argentine social security workers union, APOPS.
  The motivation to fight driving all those participating in the discussion was 
brought home in answer to the last question, sent in from Germany. The question 
was: if it was not too harsh to compare globalization with fascism, which 
conjures up images of the Third Reich? Erik de Leon of the LaRouche Youth 
Movement in Mexico answered that they are asked the same question often on the 
streets in Mexico, by people who make the mistake of equating fascism with a 
person, Hitler, rather than facing the fact that it is a system, which has 
historical roots, and which kills people, by taking away even their means to 
eat.
  RodrÃ&shy;guez added that the system of globalization "exterminates the 
weakest," and therefore it is, indeed, similar to fascism. In closing the 
dialogue, he said, we await our III Dialogue with Mr. LaRouche.
  The first two hours of the dialogue in which Mr. LaRouche participated in 
archived here in English, as is the full three hour discussion in Spanish. 
    
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