Volume 11, Number 30, August 7, 1984



Warren J. Hamerman

The head of the National Democratic Policy Committee explains Democrat Lyndon LaRouche’s assertion that “Mondale must absolutely be defeated.”


Science & Technology

by Marsha Freeman

The military needs the Space Shuttle.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Genscher in Teheran.

Report from Italy

by Paolo Serri

Kissinger hand in Operto trial.

Attic Chronicle

by Phocion

“Oblivious And Gorged.”

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

New Strains in Indo-Pakistani Relations.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

FBI, KGB cross paths on border.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Soviets’ Bor from within — British KGB ties — Kissinger & Mondale.

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Mondale’s austerity plans.


Support Colombia’s war on drugs


Creditors’ Club Enforces Divide and Conquer Strategy

by Robyn Quijano

While the Bank of America has sent an ultimatum to Bolivia threatening asset-seizure if payments are not made, Paul Volcker is making new promises of “rescheduling” and “debt-for-equity” schemes for submissive debtors. The usurers are simply accelerating their strategy of blackmail, bribery, and bluff.

Documentation: The call by Colombia’s UTRABOC trade union leader, Jorge Carrillo, for “an iron unity of debtors.”

Currency Rates

Yugoslavia Looks to Ibero-America on Debt

by Edith Vitali

World Bank Tells Developing Sector: Slash Population Growth or Else

by Mary Lalevée

Having brought much of the world to the edge of genocide, the bank now demands that it happen. Mary Lalevée analyzes the latest World Bank report.


by Kathy Burdman

Conti nationalization only the first.

Foreign Exchange

by David Goldman

The era of exchange controls begins.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Emergency Food for Africa: How To Get It There Now

by Marcia Merry

EIR presents the preliminary outlines of a crash program to feed the continent.

Expand Worldwide Production To Satisfy Africa’s Food Needs

by Marcia Merry

Why the Famine in Africa?

Emergency Shipments Can Reverse the Famine Disaster in Africa

by Carol Cleary

An Explosion of Refugees

Demand Parity Prices for Farmers’ Exports

by Billy Davis

A statement by LaRouche agriculture adviser Billy Davis.

A Military-Style Mobilization Can Deliver the Emergency Food to Africa

by J. Scott Morrison

The policy paper presented to the July 3-4 Schiller Institute conference by F. Scott Morrison, former executive vice-president of Sea Land.

How To Stop Africa’s Rinderpest Epidemic

by Vincent Marshall, D.V.M.


West Germany Confronts a Russian Blitzkrieg

by Konstantin George

The Defense Minister of the second most important NATO country has warned the Russians plan a blitzkrieg invasion of his nation. He is right—but the news has failed to arouse even a yawn in Washington. Konstantin George reports from Wiesbaden.

Pugwash Refuted—Beam Weapons Can Defend Western Europe!

by Susan Welsh

The Insurrection Against Mitterrand: How Long Will the Government Last?

by Garance Upham Phau

Analysis of the Fifth Republic’s worst crisis in 20 years.

Israel Holds Itself At Gunpoint

by Muriel Mirak

Report on the choice facing the country after the July 23 elections: tribalism or nationhood.

Shultz Strikes Out in Trip to Asia

by Linda de Hoyos

Moscow’s Plan for Post-Khomeini Iran

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Has Korea Become the Strategic Flashpoint of Asia Once Again?

by Richard Cohen

In Defense of the German Resistance

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche writes on the anniversary of the July 20, 1944 coup attempt against Hitler.

International Intelligence


Mondale Campaign Part of Master-Plan for Starvation

by Christopher White

Christopher White begins a series of explosive revelations about the international grain cartel, its plan for dealing with black and Hispanic “overpopulation,” and the candidate’s connection.

Blind Terrorism Surfaces in U.S.A.

by Ira Liebowitz

Ira Liebowitz of Investigative Leads ties together the “hostage-taking and serial murder” cases almost every other agency is viewing as isolated incidents.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News