Volume 18, Number 33, August 30, 1991



Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín

by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small

The leader of the nationalist forces in Argentina’s Army discusses the political prosecution against him, in an interview from prison.

Capt. Gustavo Breide Obeid

by Dennis Small and Gretchen Small

One of the 14 officers accused along with Colonel Seineldín was interviewed at Caseros Prison.

Father Joseph Habbi

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Patriarchal Vicar General for Cultural Affairs, and Dean of the Babylon University College, was interviewed in Baghdad.

Book Reviews

Earth First! Agenda for Scorched Earth

by Margaret Sexton

Green Rage: Radical Environmentalism and the Unmaking of Civilization, by Christopher Manes, and Confessions of an Eco-Warrior, by Dave Foreman.


Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

The Fraud of Privatization.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota

What Frightens Businessmen the Most?

Andean Report

by Andrea Olivieri

Colombian Narco-Strategy Stumbles.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Germans Exposed to Soviet Troubles.


Neither Communism Nor Liberalism!


How the Farm Credit System Was Taken Over by Usury

by Sue Atkinson and Suzanne Rose

The lending institutions that were originally set up by the U.S. government to help the farmer became the weapons used to destroy him, leaving 80% of food production in the hands of a few large owner-operator investors. An exposé.

Science & Technology

Japan’s Space Policy Aims High, Despite Late Start

by Marsha Freeman and Philippe Jamet

Japan’s approach, far from what many think, is not based on copying others, but applies fundamental scientific breakthroughs.


Salomon Scandal Just Part of Financial Collapse

The top U.S. government bond dealer was caught manipulating a Treasury auction, but everybody knows this has been going on for years. So why was Salomon chosen as the scapegoat?

Art-B Scandal Hits Poland; Shows Insanity of ‘Sachs Maniac’ Economics

by Konstantin George

At the center of the biggest banking scandal in Polish history are powerful Anglo-Saxon and Israeli financial interests whose identities remain hidden, while the front-men, a colorful gang of ex-jazz musicians who owned Art-B, have grabbed the headlines.

Cholera Coverup Aids Contagion’s Spread

by Valerie Rush

Currency Rates

Malaysia and Brazil Putting Up Resistance to 1992 Earth Summit

by Marcia Merry

U.S. Ecologists Get Government Status

by H. Graham Lowry


by Marcia Merry

Moscow Coup Disrupts Grain Trade.

Business Briefs


Seineldín Tells Argentina To Resist ‘New World Order’

by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small

An exclusive report from Buenos Aires by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small, the only foreign journalists in the courtroom during the historic political frameup trial of Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín and his supporters among the nationalist forces in the Argentine Army.

‘Without God and Fatherland, Life Is Worthless’

by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small

An interview with Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín.

‘Continental Integration Was the Dream of Our Forefathers’

by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small

An interview with Capt. Gustavo Breide Obeid.

Corruption Triumphs When Honesty Fails

by Maj. Hector Adrian Romero Mundani

Testimony by defendant Maj. Hector Adrian Romero Mundani.

‘We Need a Powerful Armed Forces’

by Maj. Ruben Fernández.

Testimony by defendant Maj. Ruben Fernández.


LaRouche: West Must Make Russians an Offer

by Nancy Spannaus

The central issue in the Moscow coup attempt was the Jeffrey Sachs model of radical economic reform, says LaRouche. If that policy is not changed, more coups lie ahead. Will the West send the free market fanatics packing before their policies bring on World War III?

Bolshevik Era Ends in Russia as Nationalist Institutions Re-Emerge

by Konstantin George

The LaRouche Record on the Soviet Crisis

France and Germany Suffer Lack of Clear Leadership in Crisis

by Uwe Friesecke

Schiller Institute Team Visits Romania

Relief Official Says Famine Looms in Iraq

by Lawrence Pezzullo

A report by Lawrence Pezzullo of the Catholic Relief Services.

Hamerman Tells U.N. Rights Experts: LaRouche Deprived of Fair Trial

by Warren J. Hamerman

West Takes Aim at India’s Military

by Linda de Hoyos

International Intelligence


Thornburgh Campaign Previews Bush Strategy

by Leo Scanlon

Bush’s new “get tough on crime” rhetoric is part of the Republican National Committee’s venal election campaign strategy, which can be summed up with the slogan, “Kuwait, Crime, and Quotas.”

String of ‘Suicides’ Litters the Trail of ‘Octopus’ Grand Conspiracy

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The mysterious death of investigative journalist Dan Casolaro was one of at least five recent deaths of people linked to Irangate, the October Surprise, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International scandal, or the Inslaw affair. And what, do you think, is the role of the U.S. Justice Department?

Virginia Court Okays Ascher Railroad

National News