Volume 18, Number 43, November 8, 1991



Dennis Small and José Carlos Méndez

Mr. Small is a co-author of the bestseller Dope, Inc.; he was until recently a political prisoner in the United States, having been jailed along with Lyndon LaRouche. Mr. Méndez, the associate director of EIR’s publication Resumen Ejecutivo, was expelled from Venezuela in 1985, when police raided the offices of EIR and confiscated all copies of the Spanish-language edition of Dope, Inc.

Mathis Bortner

by Jacques Cheminade

Mr. Bortner is a leader of the French wing of Poland’s Solidarnosc movement. He discusses the skullduggery by which both the KGB and western operatives have accentuated Poland’s current crisis.

Karl-Heinz Rudolf

Part II of an interview with a Leipzig industrial management expert who was twice imprisoned by the East German communist regime.


Documenting How U.S. Farms Were Destroyed

by Gerald Kopp

Night Came to the Farms of the Great Plains, by Raymond D. North.

Circa 1492 Exhibit: ‘Genius Stands with Nature in Everlasting Union’

by Nora Hamerman

A wonderful show at Washington’s National Gallery of Art pivots around the two great “artist/scientists” of Columbus’s era, Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Dürer. Part I of a series.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Peace Through Economic Development.

Andean Report

by Andrea Olivieri

A Last Call to Arms?

Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Military Crisis in Brazil.


1992: A Year To Remember.


Despite Fake Statistics, Reality of Collapse Emerges

by William Engdahl

What the Bush Administration is doing with the unemployment figures makes the former East German communist bureaucracy look good.

We Face Recovery or Tragedy in 1992

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Remarks by Lyndon LaRouche on the economic reconstruction of Europe.

New World Dis-order Hits Economic Shoals

by William Jones

Why Cutting Interest Rates Won’t Stop the Second Great Depression

by Stephen Parsons

Thailand Resists ‘Green’ Colonialism

by Lydia Cherry

Lessons of the Oakland Firestorm: The ‘Fire of the Future’?

by Evelyn Lantz

Energy Output Falls in Soviet Republics

by William Engdahl

Currency Rates


by Suzanne Rose

Milk Crisis Deepens.

Business Briefs


ADL Rushes In To Protect Dope, Inc. in Venezuela

by Carlos Wesley

Who should show up to defend the Venezuelan dope lobby against exposure of their activities by associates of Lyndon LaRouche, but the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith? The ADL is putting out glossy brochures, with garden variety libels written in illiterate Spanish.

Defenders of the Drug Trade ‘Want To Wipe Us Off the Map’

by Carlos Wesley

An interview with Dennis Small and José Carlos Méndez.

The ADL: A Profile of the Dope Lobby

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Peru’s Ulloa Tried To Ban Narcotráfico, SA

by Lucía Méndez and Cynthia R. Rush


Yeltsin To Rule Russia by Emergency Decree

by Konstantin George

The refusal of the Bush Administration to allow credits for food to help Russia survive the winter, means that Yeltsin is in an untenable position. He has made the blunder of opting for “partial shock therapy,” which will only make the bad situation worse.

Poland Votes against IMF Austerity Regime

by Frank Hahn

Peace Flotilla Challenges Serbian Naval Blockade around Dubrovnik

by Umberto Pascali

Documentation: On-the-scene reports from citizens of Croatia.

Found an International Committee to Save Croatia!

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

What Is Middle East ‘Peace’ For, If Thousands of Iraqi Children Die?

by Katherine Kanter

Health Care Delivery Crisis in Iraq

‘Iraq Is Only the First Victim of Bush’s So-Called New World Order’

by Ahmed Hussein

Pope Returns to Brazil: ‘Foreign Debt Cannot Be Paid with Hunger’

by Silvia Palacios

Cult Belief Structure Underlies Dr. Abel’s Campaign Against LaRouche

by Anno Hellenbroich

Abel’s Model: Haeckel’s Racist Euthanasia Policy

Noose Tightens around Haiti

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence


George Bush Fiddles While the Economy Burns

by H. Graham Lowry

The Administration has announced the biggest federal budget deficit in history—$268.7 billion for the 1991 fiscal year—and they call this a “recovery.”

The ‘New Paradigm’ for Wrecking What’s Left of U.S. Education

by Joyce Fredman and Sue Atkinson

Kevorkian ‘Treatment’ Takes Two More Lives

by Linda Everett

What Washington Doesn’t Know About the U.S. Constitution

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A discussion of natural law that Lyndon LaRouche wrote in 1987, throws light on what should have been the subject of the hearings into the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News