An Oct. 12 webcast address by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., from Washington, D.C., plus questions and answers from the audience. This speech occurred exactly 17 years after the historic press conference LaRouche gave in West Berlin in 1988, in which he forecast the early reunification of Germany, and set forth a program for East-West cooperation to develop the economy of Poland, as a pilot-project for a broader development perspective, in the interests of all nations concerned. LaRouche's forecast was widely disbelieved, and his policies were rejected. Instead, the free-market oligarchs held sway; the result is the economic-financial and political crisis we find ourself in today. Once again, LaRouche pinpoints the problem, and what must be done.
Without urgent Congressional action, the integrated auto industry will vanish in the United Statesas did the steel industry.
An historical perspective on the role of the Delphic Oracle in destroying a great civilization.
With each new infection, the virus evolves toward a form that will become easily transmissible from human to human. When that happens, an almost unstoppable pandemic will spread around the world, quickly killing perhaps one out of five of every human beings now alive.
American, Israeli, and Arab sources have told this news service that the Vice President is plotting military confrontations with both Syria and Iran. Could the threat of grand jury indictments of his henchmen have anything to do with the timing?
Army Dives Into Cheney's
Permanent War Scenario
Carl Osgood reports from the annual conference of the Association of the U.S. Army.
California: Arnie Set To Implement
German Neo-Cons Are
Main Losers of the Elections
The newly designated Chancellor, Angela Merkel, who started out as a rabid neo-con in the election campaign, is getting cut down to size, notably by her own Christian Democratic party apparatus, which doesn't want to see a German version of Maggie Thatcher in the Chancellor's Office.
The Promise of a True
From an interview with Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Chancellor candidate of the LaRouche movement's BüSo party, on "The LaRouche Show," an Internet radio program.
Italy Says: Less Maastricht
And More Hamilton
Neo-Cons: The View From Russia
Lyndon LaRouche comments on some surprising dispatches from the Russian media.
Quo Vadis Iraq; Quo Vadis Bush?
A guest commentary by Col. Jürgen Hübschen, retired from Germany's Air Force, who was German defense attaché in Baghdad from 1986-89.
You Can Tell a Book by
What It Doesn't Cover
John Jay: Founding Father, by Walter Stahr.
Strategic Bankruptcy Revisited