What's Wrong With "Nuclear Disarmament"?

Printed in the Executive Intelligence Review, October, 1998

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Over many years, Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. has exposed the lying hypocrisy of Sir Bertrand Russell, the advocate of nuclear war against Russia (in 1946), who later became a leading ``pacificist,'' promoting nuclear disarmament. As Russell admitted in a 1959 interview with the BBC, there was no inconsistency between those two positions. Russell's goal was One World Government, including a nuclear balance of power, administered by oligarchs such as himself, under the auspices of the United Nations.

For a deeper understanding of the strategic and historical issues discussed in the review published here, see, for example, LaRouche, ``How Bertrand Russell Became an Evil Man,'' Fidelio, Fall 1994, and LaRouche, ``Today's Nuclear Balance of Power: The Wells of Doom,'' EIR, Dec. 19, 1997. Single copies of EIR are available from the publisher for $10, postpaid. Fidelio can be ordered -- see Publications. ($5 per single issue, plus $1.50 postage and handling).

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