Volume 9, Number 40, October 19, 1982



Javier Arias Stella

by Dennis Small

Foreign Minister of Peru.

Rodrigo Lioreda Caicedo

by Robyn Quijano

Foreign Minister of Colombia.

Jesús de Polanco

Owner of the Spanish publishing house Editorial Timón and publisher of El País, a leading Spanish daily.

Pedro Guardeño

Economic director of the Technical Office of the Spanish union federation UGT.

Santiago Foncillas

President of the board of Westinghouse Spain.

Gen. Iníguez del Moral

Division Chief for Coordination and Planning of Spain’s joint chiefs of staff.

Dr. Octavio Aguar

Scientific Collaborator at the United Nations.



‘What are friends for?’


Bankers Caught in Their Own Flight-Capital Game

by David Goldman and Renée Sigerson

How the “statistical gap” in the world’s balance of payments came about, and at whose expense.

Beyond the AEG Collapse: A New Morgenthau Plan for West Germany

by Laurent Murawiec

India’s Aggressive Program for Petroleum Development

by Ramtanu Maitra

The multis said it couldn’t be done.

Italy’s State-Sector Industrial Base Is Taken Over by an Aquarian Faction

by Bonnie Mesaros

Africa Report

by Douglas DeGroot

IMF seeks Khomeinis in Africa.


by Kathy Burdman

The facts about the Omnibus bill.

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

Making money from the depression.

Real U.S. unemployment index

Business Briefs

Special Report

How Henry Kissinger Will Be Destroyed

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The answer has to do with the international “Olympian families” and their chronic mode of operation. A new document by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. on this distinct species and its appendages.


Maxwell Rabb Implicated in Assassination Setup against the LaRouches

by Linda de Hoyos

The operation extends from the Kissinger-Roy Cohn group in the United States to the Italian “black nobility,” the Genscher mafia in West Germany, and British intelligence.

LaRouche Replies to the London Observer Slander

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

NATO Plans Disruption of the New World Economic Order Effort

by Elsa Ennis

SELA Chief Points To Debt-Bomb Potential

The Head of the Latin American Economic System (SELA), Carlos Alzamora, has called on Ibero-America to follow the path to continental integration and joint debt renegotiation marked in the United Nations by Presidentes López Portillo of Mexico and Figueiredo of Brazil.

Colombia’s New President and the Battle for Continental Unity

by Robyn Quijano

Ibero-America Editor Robyn Quijano reports on her recent trip to Colombia.

Documentation: An interview with Colombia’s Foreign Minister.

George Shultz Pursues NATO’s Plan To Militarize the Middle East

by Judith Wyer

Will Spanish Sovereignty Survive the Elections?

by Katherine Kanter and Elisabeth Hellenbroich

EIR’s exclusive analysis of the stakes in this month’s national vote.

Documentation: Interviews with leading proponents of Spanish growth and international leadership, as well as an adherent of the Club of Rome perspective.

Middle East Report

by Judith Wyer

Why Khomeini eliminated Ghotbzadeh.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Behind the McDonald caper.

International Intelligence


Democrats Plan for a Permanent Depression

by Graham Lowry

The worst of “New Deal” corporatism is on the drawing boards, as the party’s national leadership defies the needs and wishes of the FDR constituencies.

Cowboys and Samurais: How Film Is Used To Enforce National Ideologies

by Michael J. Minnicino

Part Ill of Michael J. Minnicino’s series on movies and psychological warfare: how different varieties of existentialism are insinuated.

National News