"The implications of the recent Maritornes incident should impel us to refine and upgrade the indispensable practice of our association's counterintelligence functions," writes Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "Since I have a unique leading role in the present crisis of the United States republic, this proposed improvement in our intelligence functions is required for waging a sufficiently good fight for both the defense of the U.S.A. from presently onrushing Synarchist plots such as that typified by the Maritornes affair, and for the related purpose of rescuing of a presently imperilled world civilization from the present brink of a global catastrophe."
The letter by Víctor Eduardo Ordóñez, editor of Maritornes, attacking LaRouche.
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
To Defend Argentina's `Heart and Soul,'
Go With LaRouche!
Argentina's already tense relations with the International Monetary Fund exploded into a public brawl in December. That nation must back LaRouche if it is to defend itself seriously.
On Dec. 18, 2003, Lyndon LaRouche addressed the Berliner Salon, a cross-section of leading political and cultural figures of the German capital. LaRouche's presentation gives insight into the unique form of government of the United States and its importance in solving the world crisis today. Discussing Friedrich Schiller's conception of the Sublime, LaRouche reports: "I can say that I'm cautiously optimistic about the future of humanity."
Sharon's `Peace' Speech
Raises Threat of War Against Syria
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's December announcement that Israel would soon annex a major portion of the West Bank, and other statements, were widely read by U.S., Egyptian, and Israeli military specialists as a signal that he intends to launch a war against Syria and Lebanon, perhaps as soon as the Spring of 2004.
Sharon's U.S. Friends Try To Rescue Him
Neo-Cons Ignore Korean War
Lessons, Risk New One
Pakistan's Musharraf Is Caught
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Putin Echoes Economic
Ideas of Rodina Bloc
Culture and History
`The Big Knife':
Hollywood's Classical Drama!
Robert Beltran Revives Odets
Theater-goers in Los Angeles had the privilege of seeing a live demonstration of one of the leading principles emphasized by Lyndon LaRouche: that of the power of an effective presentation of a Classically-composed tragedy, to move an audience. Well-known stage, screen, and television actor Robert Beltran produced an excellent presentation of Clifford Odets' 1948 drama, The Big Knife, in which Odets provided a penetrating insight into the socially corrupting effects of the onset of "Trumanism" in America.
The Classical Principle:
LaRouche Remembers Odets
"The LaRouche Show" Internet audio broadcast for Dec. 20, 2003, featured a discussion with actor, director, and Lyndon LaRouche's collaborator Robert Beltran, after the end of the run of his production of Clifford Odets' The Big Knife in Los Angeles.
To the DNC and the Presidential Candidates
An open letter to the Democratic National Committee, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
A Trail of Two Beasts
From the forthcoming LaRouche in 2004 campaign pamphlet, Children of Satan II: The Beast-Men. Jeffrey Steinberg reports.
Bad Omens for Cheney
An American `Hollow Military'?
No Public Health Without Regulation.