Volume 10, Number 16, April 26, 1983



Report from New Delhi

by Paul Zykofsky

Mrs. Gandhi housecleans.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Plotting in Geneva.

Report from Bonn

by George Gregory

The real jobless level.

Report from Italy

by Marco Fanini

The “war on crime.”


In memoriam: Issam Sartawi.


Debtors’ Cartel Behind Ibero-American Barter?

by Robyn Quijano

The Mexico and Brazil deal could open the way for a common market.

Documentation: Excerpts from the political statement of the Group of 77 in Buenos Aires.

Volcker and Kissinger Stump for the BIS

by Kathy Burdman

The Swiss central bankers’ U.S. agents-in-residence angle for credit controls.

Currency Rates

Soviet ‘Science-Production Teams’ Bring Lasers to Industrial Processes

by Ye.P. Velikhov

Excerpts from Academician Velikhov’s recent article in Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta.

Report from Paris

by Katherine Kanter and Sophie Tanapura

Weapons to overcome the crisis."


by Kathy Burdman

Volcker’s regulatory plans.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Temple Mount Scenario: Flashpoint for War in the Middle East

by Vin Berg

Flirting with Armageddon: The Jerusalem Temple Foundation

by Nancy Coker and Al Douglas

The terrorist-connected foundation operates in the United States and Israel.

‘Fifth Monarchy’ Controls Shock Troops

by Christopher White

The role of the Freemasons who also oversee Propaganda-2’s drug- and gun-running networks.

The Subversion of Christianity: What Is Religious Fundamentalism?

by Kathleen Klenetsky


Kissinger’s Gameplan To Defeat the ABM Strategy

by Criton Zoakos

The Trilateral Commission, the MSI, and the New Coup Threat in Italy

by Umberto Pascali

Henry Kissinger visits Italy to organize a neo-Fascist coup.

Muslim Brotherhood Targets Europe, Mideast

by Mark Burdman

A new “Rothko Chapel” conference to plan religious violence in Europe and the Middle East.

Central America Provides Ammunition for the Reagangate Conspiracy

by Scott Thompson

The “Deep Throats” who turned Central America over to Israeli gun runners are using the resulting wars to Watergate Reagan.

Colombian President’s Emergency Tour in Pursuit of Central American Peace

by Valerie Rush

Nakasone Survives a Challenge

by Daniel Sneider

This month’s elections did no great damage to the Liberal Democratic Party, but instability persists.

International Intelligence


Constituents Rally in Capital for Beam Weapons

by Nancy Spannaus

A report on the conference in Washington, D.C. April 13 sponsored by the Fusion Energy Foundation and Club of Life, at which representatives from 30 states and diplomats from around the world discussed the new U.S. military strategy.

The Fall-Winter U.S.-Soviet ‘Missile Crisis’ Negotiations from the Standpoint of the New Strategic Doctrine

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Manatt Uses Chicago Election Against Party

by Stephen Parsons

The Democrats’ national leadership is making the Harold Washington mayoral victory into a weapon against the FDR wing of the party.

Justice Department’s Levi Guidelines Lifted: Is the FBI Being Unleashed?

by Edward Spannaus

The guidelines may not have been a boon to law enforcement, but the situation could grow worse.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News