LaRouche Representatives Interviewed on Iranian State Radio

4 de may de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>LaRouche Representatives Interviewed on Iranian State Radio</h1><p>May 4 (EIRNS) - In interviews May 2 and 3, the LaRouche movement was provided a platform on Iran's state radio program, for getting out views on the international situation, focused on the Iran issue. On May 2, Germany correspondent of the EIR, Rainer Apel, was asked by the radio station's German language program to give an assessment of the just concluded summit between the US and EU in Washington DC, saying that Germans and Europeans generally did not want confrontation, but out of badly-defined "loyalty" to the Bush Administration tended to go along with some of the sanctions demanded by the latter.</p><p>The problem lies deeper, though, he said, as neither the present US Administration nor the European governments had a constructive policy formulated on the Gulf region and Southwest Asia, which would give Iran a positive role to play. The only sound basis of policy would be a program like the one formulated by LaRouche for the Eurasian Landbridge development, and if, for example, the German Government wanted to be constructive, it would simply have to talk to the opposition Democrats in the USA, notably to the LaRouche current, there.</p><p>On May 3, Southwest Asia correspondent of the EIR, Muriel Mirak-Weissbach, was interviewed on the English language program of the radio station, giving insights into the way the US electoral system worked.</p></div></body>