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Volume 12, Number 17, April 30, 1985

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U.S. Attorney Weld: Tool of Dope Banks  

by Nancy Spannaus

Will the Justice Department permit its Boston representative to use the Department’s police powers to carry out a political vendetta for international dope banks?


Kerstin Tegin-Gaddy  

The secretary-general of the European Labor Party in Sweden, was asked by EIR why her party was recently catapulted into the headlines.


Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Kohl Makes It Official.

Mother Russia  

by Luba George and Carol Green

Military and Church: One Policy.

Report from Italy  

by Liliana Gorini

Reagan-Gorbachov on Capri?


by Augustinus

Pope greets Schiller Institute.

Investigative Leads  

by Thierry Lalevée

Betrayed by Their Swiss Accounts.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Rajiv’s New Diplomatic Initiative.

Inside the Pentagon  

by Tecumseh

On MAD, “limited war,” and Vietnam.


Saving Lives.


Treasury’s Baker Ushers in IMF Dictatorship over U.S.  

by Criton Zoakos

Documentation: Excerpts from the IMF Interim Committee’s press communiqué.

The IMF Destroys the Italian Economy  

by Liliana Gorini

America’s Production Is the Key To Increasing the World’s Food Supply  

by Christopher White and Sylvia Brewda

But we’re fattening our enemies on the flesh and blood of those who should be our friends: Based on EIR’s forthcoming Quarterly Economic Report.

World Milk Supply in Drastic Decline  

by Marcia Merry

World Space Programs Ready To Take Off  

by Marsha Freeman

Currency Rates  


by Kathy Wolfe

BBS Collapse Means Fast Cartelization.


by George Elder

The Planned Theft of America.

Pestilence of Usury  

by Valerie Rush

“Cut Off Their Insulin”: McNamara.

Soviet Economy  

by Konstantin George

Russians and Robots.


by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Herpes Cure Has Larger Implications.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

IMF’s Ecological Holocaust: More Deaths Than Nuclear War  

by Warren J. Hamerman

A study commissioned by Lyndon LaRouche in 1974 employed the methodological principle that human economic activity and the biosphere as a whole are intimately linked, to predict the present diseases and famines spreading out from Africa due to financiers’ genocide policies. Warren Hamerman, director of the original study, reports.

Economic Collapse Sets Off Pandemic Diseases, as Biological Holocaust Looms  

by Dr. John Grauerholz, M.D.

Cholera is only the beginning.

Genocide Lobby Vows: Let Disease Curb Population  


Violence Readied in Europe To Target the Bonn Summit  

by Vivian Freyre Zoakos

The April 11 terrorist massacre in Spain in which 15 Americans died is part of an extraordinary terrorist activation that foreshadows assassination attempts or further bombings around President Reagan’s upcoming tour.

Schiller Institute Catalyzes Ferment against the IMF in Ibero-America  

by Carlos Potes

Tens of thousands marched against genocide policies around the world, and labor organizations in Mexico and elsewhere announced their intention to mobilize many more.

Documentation: The Panamanian labor federation’s letter to President Reagan; the statement of the Argentine federation; and Dominican press coverage.

Anglo-Soviet Moves in Iran  

The Civil War Threat in Sudan  

by Thierry Lalevée

International Intelligence  


Jimmy Carter and Cronies Push Surrender of U.S.  

by Allen Douglas and Donna Levit

As the Reagan administration continued its arms negotiations in Geneva, a shadow government convened at the Carter Center in Atlanta—with Soviet proconsul Dobrynin present.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharson

The Monkey Trap, Yet Again? — Pepsi and Other Intrigues.

Congressional Closeup  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Senate Group Moves against the SDI — Congress Pushes IMF Murder Plan for Africa — Tip O’Neill “Impressed” by New Soviet Leader — New “Jap-Bashing” Measures Proposed — Schiller Institute Asks Congress To Buck IMF.

National News  

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