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Volume 16, Number 43, October 27, 1989

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Genevieve Aubry  

by Laurent Murawiec

The chairman of the World Anti-Communist League and member of the Swiss Parliament advises that people in the West should stop listening to Henry Kissinger’s advice on China and the Soviet Union.


Andean Report  

by Jaime García

Another Brady Plan Failure.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Election Surprise.

Dateline Mexico  

by Isaías Amezcua

Corrupt Officials Slander Noriega.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

CIA Chief Proposes “Murder, Inc.”


AIDS and Ecological Fascism.

Science & Technology

Ozone Hole and Greenhouse Hoaxes Exposed in Australia  

by Peter Sawyer

Peter Sawyer has been branded in Australia as an “extremist threat,” because he had the courage to debunk the anti-technology mob’s campaigns to brainwash people into accepting the shutdown of modern industry. EIR reprints Sawyer’s humorous, step-by-step exposé, which first appeared in his own newspaper Inside News.

French Vulcanologist Debunks Ecologists  


Bay Quake: Infrastructure Deficit Becomes a Killer  

by Christopher White

The problem is national, and the political refusal to spend to save lives, while trillions are wasted on speculation and debt, is criminal.

After Deflationary Shock, Market Turnaround Belies Financial Collapse  

by Stephen Parsons

‘Invisible’ Hand Steers Wall Street Recovery  

by William Engdahl

Argentina Goes to the IMF; Poverty Deepens  

by Cynthia R. Rush

France’s Anti-Drug Program  

by Christine Schier

Among the world’s nations, France seems the most determined to root out the money-laundering networks which sustain the drug traffickers.

Avtex Subjected to ‘Green’ Witchhunt  

by Nancy Spannaus

Currency Rates  

There’s No Tradeoff between Food Production and Population Growth  

by Marcia Merry

A report on the annual conference of the Agriculture Council of America attack on farming.


by Marcia Merry

Funny Business in the Corn Harvest.

Business Briefs  


How Congress Must Act To Rebuild after the Crash  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

We present a portion of the electoral platform of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., who is campaigning not just for a seat in the next U.S. Congress, but for a fundamental shift in that body’s economic policies, away from its worship of Adam Smith’s hedonist immorality which had brought the economy to its knees, and back the mercantilist American System policies which are required to reverse the collapse. LaRouche lays out specific reforms needed in banking, agriculture, the composition of the labor force, and economic infrastructure.


Why Europe Must Become a Bastion of Freedom  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A major policy statement by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairman of the Patriots for Germany party.

Gorbachov’s ‘Glasnost’ Bites the Dust  

by Konstantin George

New Head, Old Policy in East Berlin  

by Rainer Apel

Palme Murder Case Back to Square One  

by Göran Haglund

Republic of China at a Crossroads as National Elections Approach  

South Korea Opposes U.S. Troop Withdrawal  

by Lydia Cherry

Colombia: Anti-Drug Daily Is ‘Voice of Freedom’  

by José Restrepo

Kremlin Sponsors ‘New Age’ Kookery  

by Mark Burdman

Russian Orthodox Church Rises To Save Empire in ‘Time of Troubles’  

by Luba George

Britain’s Legalized Drug Policy, from the Opium Wars to the KGB  

by Ned Haliburton and Dr. Reuel A. Lochore

International Intelligence  


U.S. Budget Sequester Betrays Policy Vacuum  

by Nicholas F. Benton

What kind of government allows a computer to dictate whom among its citizens lives or dies? Washington correspondent Nicholas Benton assesses the damage.

The Roanoke Railroad: Judge Rejects Billington Motion for a Mistrial  

A judge, a prosecutor, and defense attorney have joined forces to secure the speedy conviction of an innocent man who faces 90 years in prison for political fundraising.

Is U.S. Intelligence Community To Commit ‘Kindler, Gentler’ Assassinations?  

by Scott Thompson

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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