Volume 3, Number 25, June 22, 1976


U.S. Political Newsletter

Rockefeller Escalates Insurrection against Constitutional Government

House International Relations Committee Spars with Kissinger

Mideast Newsletter

Kissinger Readies U.S., French Military Action in Lebanon

Lebanese, PLO Brace for New Syrian Offensive

Top State Department Advisor: ‘Ford Is Playing President ... We Should Send the Marines’

Mideast Thinktanker Pins Faisal Murder on Kissinger

Atlanticist Economist: Kissinger Ordered Syrian Invasion of Lebanon

Latin America Newsletter

Kissinger Pushes Latin America to Brink of RAND War

International Markets Newsletter

East Europeans and Dutch Issue Call for New Gold-Backed Monetary System

Exclusive Interviews with Lazard Frères Partner, Assistant Treasury Secretary Parsky, Under Secretary of State Frank

Kissinger Resurrects IRB Hoax in Attempt To Bury Third World Debt Moratorium

Domestic Markets Newsletter

U.S. ‘Upswing’ Going Down for the Count

Africa Newsletter

Kissinger Orders Killings in South Africa To Pave Way for Austerity-Genocide

LaRouche Proposes War Against Republic of South Africa

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Special Reports

Italian Magazine Charges CIA, NATO, West German Intelligence Run Red Brigades; Labor Parties Demand Public Investigation

B.R.D. Command Adopts ‘Maginot Line’ Policy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Who Controls the Red Brigades?

by Lino Januzzi

Who is Francesco Alberoni? — Part I

NSC War Council Plots Nuclear Terrorism

Javits at Terror Conference: ‘My Hands Are Dripping with Blood’

Nicholas Kittrie: A Nuclear War Plotter Predicts Rise in Terrorism

Editor of Reader’s Digest: ‘World War III Will Start with a Terrorist Attack’

The ‘Pertamina Affair’ in Indonesia

Constitution Itself Target of ‘Capitol Hill Sex Scandal’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Rockefeller-Fabian Drive To Dismantle the U.S. Congress and the Constitution

How Rockefeller Controls U.S. Elections: The Takeover of the Voting Machine Companies

Asian Leaders Speak: Gandhi in Moscow; Bhutto on UNCTAD IV