Dialog with LaRouche at the LAROUCHE NUCLEAR FORUM IN IBERO-AMERICA -
June 15, 2006
Q: I'm from Hispano Mexican University. I'm studying
international affairs. Some people would think that a student of
international affairs, is perhaps not interested in nuclear
energy, but I do want to say that this is very important for me,
because this is a key to the economy, and that's the essence of
the international situation. So, my question is, coming back to
the question of Mexico in 1982, where there was a policy for
nuclear development and then a setback to that (the sound is
breaking up)--. But how could we retake our nuclear development?
What's the easiest way to development this, to the development
and benefit of the country, which I think is a very important
question, in light of the problems which exist with the
unfortunate Bush Administration? But how do we go towards
nuclear, especially because oil is becoming exhausted?
are experts in Mexico think we should do on this question. And
that is, first of all, we should have a recovery of the petroleum
policy that existed in 1982, before the change. Because there
are other things we can use petroleum for, besides power, besides
burning it for power. Petroleum can also be a feedstock for
fertilizers and for chemicals and things of that sort.
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