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Hugo Chávez's ouster from Venezuela's Presidency and return to power within 48 hours, wrecked the precious few possibilities for restoring national unity without civil war. Such civil war is now the order of the day not only in Venezuela, but across Ibero-America. With governments being shattered by their own servile adherence to globalization, the region is rapidly becoming polarized between two equally chaotic forces: the "leftist" FARC-allied forces which Chávez represents; and the "rightist" would-be imitators of Chile's Augusto Pinochet, with their pretensions of imposing by force, the Mont Pelerin Society's destruction of the nation-state.
The LaRouche movement is intervening into an intense debate on national energy policy in Mexico, warning against the Fox government's campaign to complete the transformation of Mexico from a sovereign republic, with a protected national energy sector, to a colonial satrap of the energy and banking cartels of the United States.
Lyndon LaRouche's address to an April 16 seminar in Mexico City.
Senate Defies Fox, in Defense of Mexico
Fox's Energy Reform Is
Enron's Cannibal Policy
A statement by Marivilia Carrasco, the head of the Ibero-American Solidarity movement, associated with Lyndon LaRouche in Mexico.
India, ASEAN Build Highways of Opportunity
Germany: Mittelstand Starved
of Credit, Going Broke
Unions Warn Germany
on Maastricht Austerity
Italy: General Strike:
Prelude To Reality, or Farce?
Then and Now:
Why Roosevelt's Explosive
1933-45 Recovery Worked
Part 1, by Richard Freeman. Commissioned by Lyndon LaRouche for his recently issued Presidential campaign Special Report, Economics: The End of a Delusion, this study of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's economic policies shows his firm grounding in the American System of political-economy founded by Alexander Hamilton. FDR's steps to bring the United States out of the Great Depression, are the tried and true model we can look to today, in circumstances which are even more dire.
Continuing the American Revolution
in the Operas of Mozart and His Allies
The Beneficent Dervish (Der wolhtätige Derwisch), by Mozart's Circle, performed by the Boston Baroque, Director Martin Pearlman; and The Impresario (Der Schauspieldirektor), by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Venezuela Fiasco Lays Bare
Policy Chaos in Washington
LaRouche on Egypt TV on
Mideast, World Crisis
Sharon's invasion of the Palestinian Authority "is a trigger for a wider war. Because Israel can not continue this internal operation, within the bounds of Palestine and Israel, at the present time. It will have to expand the war, or collapse."
Jenin: A New Holocaust Unfolds
A statement by Nancy Spannaus, candidate for U.S. Senate in Virginia.
Netanyahu Threatens U.S.
With Suicide Terrorism
Indian Silence on Israeli Genocide
Germany Is Squeezed, To Back War on Iraq
Plan Afoot To Redraw Map of the Middle East
If President Bush "is going to escape successfully from the `lame duck' trap being set for him" by the Lieberman-Brzezinski cabal, LaRouche writes, he must tell himself: " `Forget the election-campaign. Do what neither Senator Lieberman nor Al Gore would be capable of doing: Think like the kind of President our Constitution implies.' Remember President Eisenhower and the Suez Crisis."
`Master Plan' Submitted for
D.C. General Campus; Land-Grab Accelerates
`Traditionalist' Cult Is Roman, Not Catholic
A profile of the "Distributist" movement of G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc.
Probe Sept. 11 Intelligence Failure
It Wasn't Bin Laden
Congress Fails Mandate
To Prevent More Enrons
Lame Ducks and LaRouche.