Volume 13, Number 36, September 12, 1986



Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Mexican Labor and the IMF.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Gorbachov Opens a New Flank.

Northern Flank

by Göran Haglund

Did the KGB Murder Olof Palme?

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Cornering a President.


“The Orchestra Played Perfectly.”


Gold: Weapon for Japanese Economic Self-Defense?

by Christopher White

Why would the Japanese begin to opt for gold? Because Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker’s current campaign to force Germany and Japan to lower their interest rates threatens to push the world financial system over the cliff.

Currency Rates

The Debt-for-Equity Scam Takes Hold

by Valerie Rush

U.S. Locust Effort Off to a Good Start

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Where’s Peace-Loving Moscow Now?

The End of the AIDS Coverup: Scientific Aspects of the Threat

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Reviews the full span of scientific evidence about the spread of the AIDS retrovirus, in language the layman can understand—and use.


by Marcia Merry

U.S. Food Imports Top Exports.

Business Briefs

Operation Juárez

The Conceptual Basis for a Healthy Economy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The concluding part of Lyndon H. LaRouche’s introduction to the book Ibero-American Integration, outlining the economic system that offers the nations of Ibero-America an alternative to debt slavery.

Why Use the Term ‘Ibero-America’

Science & Technology

Packard Defense Reforms: Worse than the Problem

by Robert Gallagher

Continues his series on the attacks on the U.S. defense industry with a report on the economic impacts of the Packard Commission recommendations.


Countering the Syrian War Threat against Israel

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The policy of step-by-step appeasement of the demands of Moscow and Moscow’s chief Middle East puppet, Syria’s President Hafez Assad, must change. The United States must either create conditions which would deter Assad from provoking a new Middle East war—or ensure a decisive victory for Israel over Syria, should that war occur. Lyndon H. LaRouche’s paper on the urgent need for a new U.S. policy for the Middle East.


García Blocks Soviet Plans at Non-Aligned Meeting

by Linda de Hoyos

Panama Fires Salvo in War on Drugs

by Gretchen Small

More than a defense of their record, the Panamanian government’s report is a political tool for forging a unified anti-drug command.

Documentation: Excerpts from the Introduction to “Panama: 16 Years of Struggle against Drug Traffic”; excerpts from an address to the International Conference on Narcotic Drugs, held in Vienna, Austria in October 1973, by Lt. Col. Manuel Noriega, then head of the National Guard’s G-2.

The ‘Bulgarian Connection’ to Environmentalist Genocide

A report on the Varna, Bulgaria “ecology and peace” conference, detailing how East bloc intelligence services are expanding their support and control of Western environmentalism.

The Basel Mother-Cult of the Conservation Movement

The IIASA: Systems Analysis and Genocide

International Intelligence


Deukmejian Decision Shows: Budget-Cutters Spread AIDS

by Nicholas F. Benton

Magistrate Backs NBC Plot against LaRouche

What Evil Is Jeremy Rifkin Up To Now?

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The Media: ‘Black Widow’ Exposé Case Comes to Court

Elephants and Donkeys

by D. Stephen Pepper

GOP Prepares Raid as Democrats Self-Destruct

National News