Volume 16, Number 5, January 27, 1989



Davison L. Budhoo

Mr. Budhoo was until last May a senior aide at the International Monetary Fund headquarters in Washington.

Luciano Pavarotti

by Liliana Celani and Claudio Celani

The world-famous tenor, interviewed about the Schiller Institute’s campaign to restore the orchestral tuning decreed by Giuseppe Verdi, says that at today’s high tuning pitch, “there will soon be operas that cannot be performed.”


Report from Rome

by Mark Burdman

The Case of Trieste Satanist Moncini.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Revolt in the German Military.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Reagan “Reconsiders” Canal Treaties.

Andean Report

by Javier Almario

Austerity for Colombia.


Bush: Which Direction?

Science & Technology

Soviet Pseudo-Science Could Cause World War III

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Analyzes the dangerous malthusian trend in Gorbachov’s thinking, as seen in recent Soviet discussion of Academician V.I. Vernadsky.

Documentation: The Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate blames Western Christianity for the ecology crisis.


Economic Collapse Thwarts Financial Power Plays

by Christopher White

The data released on housing starts, crops, and oil production show that the world economy won’t wait for those who want time to put their policies in place.

Drought Ravages North American Grain Crop; 1989 Forecast Is Grim

by Marcia Merry

Once again, reality is the opposite to the USDA projections. An exclusive EIR report from the U.S. farmbelt.

Pemex Bust Clears the Way for Fascist Economy in Mexico

by Carlos Cota

The Mexican government’s ideologues are not making any bones about their plans for Schachtian economic policies.

Currency Rates

Energy Crisis Rocks Argentina

by Cynthia R. Rush

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

“Summer Plan” for Denationalization.


by Marcia Merry

A Lot of Manure.


by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Progress in Treating Kidney Failure.

Business Briefs


Former Official Charges IMF with ‘Nuremberg’ Crimes

Davison L. Budhoo, an official of the international Monetary Fund for 12 years, wrote this Open Letter of Resignation to Michel Camdessus, Managing Director of the Fund.

LaRouche Denounced IMF Genocide in 1982

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In an “Open Letter” distributed at the IMF’s annual meeting, the U.S. economist warned that a new Nuremberg tribunal could be convened.

Millions Die Every Year in IMF’s New Holocaust

Interview with Davison Budhoo.

The Case of Trinidad and Tobago: A Study in IMF Lying and Trickery

by Davison L. Budhoo


Mikhail Gorbachov Tips the Balance

by Linda de Hoyos

Kissinger’s Trilateral team in Moscow was showered with “offers;” the quid pro quo is U.S. strategic withdrawal from Asia.

UN Takes Up Cause of Peru’s Terrorists

by Gretchen Small

Shining Path narco-terrorists are getting ready for a siege of Lima.

New Zealand: The Mole Who Confessed

by Allen Douglas

Solarz Zeroes In on South Asia

by Susan Maitra

International Intelligence


Mexican Unionists’ Arrests Portend a Bush Disaster

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The mass arrests of the leadership of Mexico’s petroleum workers union, are among the actions designed to lock the new U.S. Administration into the global game-plan of a particular Anglo-American faction.

March on Dr. King’s Birthday Demands Justice for LaRouche

by Donald Baier and Nora Hamerman

More than 4,000 people from 25 states, and speakers from an unprecedented diversity of institutions, rallied in Washington, determined to fight for economic and political justice.

Defense Budget Cuts Threaten U.S. Strategic Collapse

by Leo Scanlon

Each cut in the budget at this point, wipes out whole capabilities, without which some strategic commitment of the United States must be abandoned.

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Will Admiral Watkins Keep the SDI Alive?

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News