Volume 17, Number 47, December 7, 1990


Science & Technology

Why the U.S. Framed Up FEF Leader Paul Gallagher

by Carol White

Until it was illegally shut down by the “Get LaRouche” task force, the tax-exempt Fusion Energy Foundation was at the leading edge of the effort to pull the U.S. out of economic depression through a crash beam weapons defense effort. FEF’s former director Paul Gallagher, now standing trial on phony charges, is interviewed on his role in the foundation’s activities around the globe.

FEF, Fusion Magazine Seek Millions in Damages

The SDI as a Policy To Guarantee Peace


Report from Paris

by Emmanuel Grenier

Industrialists Blast Club of Rome.

Report from Rome

by Lorenza Saini

Back to the Classics.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Military Nationalism Resurfaces.

Andean Report

by Aurelio Córdova

“Fujimori Doctrine” Announced.


The U.S. President Is Insane.


Food Weapon Stokes the Fires of War

by Christopher White

Even before the Anglo-American Establishment detonated the Gulf crisis in August, the U.S. was already cutting desperately needed food shipments into the Soviet Union. Behind it is Kissinger’s genocidal imperial game-plan.

U.S. Trade War Targets Daimler-Benz

Ban on Whaling Hides Trade-War Aims

by Ettore Tovo

Gaviria and Baker Agree on War with Iraq and Peace with the Drug Cartels

by José Restrepo

Venezuelan Business Leaders Repudiate the IMF’s Austerity

by Alfonso Rodriguez

Blue Cross Relents, Funds Cancer Study

by Linda Everett

Currency Rates

China Policy Debate: Prelude to Crackdown?

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Two Models for the Yangtze River Valley

by Michael Billington


by Marcia Merry

Farm Suicide Rates Are Zooming.

Energy Insider

by Cliff Burglin

Alaska Can End U.S. Oil Dependence.


by John Hoefle

“Culling” the Banks.

Business Briefs


Who Really Killed Off the Aztecs?

by Carlos Cota Meza

Explodes the lie that it was the Spanish Conquistadores who murdered millions of healthy, happy Aztecs. Not only are figures on the Aztec population wildly inflated, but this culture, centered around human ritual sacrifice, was rotten to the core, and it was only the Christian evangelization of Mexico which saved the inhabitants from descending still further into savagery.


Leaders Gather in Paris To Demand LaRouche Be Freed

by Christine Bierre and John Koehler

The worldwide “anti-Bolshevik” resistance against tyranny which Lyndon LaRouche called for two years ago, coalesced into a leadership ready for action at a two-day conference sponsored by the international Commission to Investigate Human Rights Violations.

Can Great Britain Survive without ‘Attila the Hen’?

by Mark Burdman

An economically expanding Europe challenges Britain’s Animal-Saxon elites to change or go the way of the dodo.

Anglo-Americans Plot Polish Chaos

by Konstantin George

U.S. Kowtows to China To Get UN Vote

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Moro Kidnap Case May Shift ‘360 Degrees’

by Umberto Pascali

Will Henry Kissinger be brought to justice for his role in the assassination of Aldo Moro?

Bangladesh’s Ershad Decrees Emergency

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence


Psycho Bush Heads toward Genocidal War

by Nancy Spannaus

The U.S. military deployment to the Persian Gulf has nothing to do with Iraq’s actions. Bush is carrying out Henry Kissinger’s longstanding policy of destroying any Third World nation that tries to industrialize. But like Hitler before him, Bush seems to be getting out of control.

Nunn’s Hearings Begin with Testimony by Former Cabinet Member Schlesinger

Congressmen Take the President to Court

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Lyndon LaRouche Announces Plan To Run for U.S. President in 1992

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Bush Floats Irangate Crony for Drug Czar

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Weckstein Protects ‘Secret Government’

by Bruce Director

The trial of three LaRouche associates in Roanoke, Virginia has been turned into a railroad.

National News