Volume 19, Number 13, March 27, 1992



Masaki Shiratori

by Kathy Wolfe

Japan’s executive director for the World Bank has launched a campaign against monetarism and the “free market” madness.

Melvin Klenetsky

The coordinator for Lyndon LaRouche’s 1992 presidential campaign discusses the growing voter perception that something is rotten at the top-and how that gets reflected in voting, and voter abstentions.


From Yalta to the Gulf War

by Katherine Notley

“The Secret Files: Washington, Israel, and the Gulf,” a Public Broadcasting Service documentary.


China Report

by Michael Billington

“Shock Therapy” Imposed.

Andean Report

by Javier Almario

Colombian “Peace Talks” Relaunched.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

Mexico’s Economy Addicted to Drugs.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Prosecution Has Its Cake and Eats It Too.


Germany’s Role for Europe.

Science & Technology

There Is No Ozone Hole over the Northern Hemisphere

by Rogelio Maduro

Maduro debunked the ozone hole fraud to members of the diplomatic community, while nearby at the United Nations, the Brazil “Earth Summit” was being readied to set up an ecological dictatorship over the world based on just such frauds.

The World Needs More People

by Roger Maduro


Despite Primary, There Is No “Recovery Surely On Its Way”

by Christopher White

Fewer than one-third of American households are supported by one wage earner. Yet the Bush cheerleaders say we can “kiss the recession goodbye”!

Free Market Theory ‘Not Practical’ in Third World

by Kathy Wolfe

An interview with Masaki Shiratori.

Currency Rates

African Food Supply Threatened by Drought

by Linda de Hoyos

Jamaat Raises Usury Debate in Pakistan

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra


by Sue Atkinson

Anything but “Development.”


by John Hoefle

Funds Flow into Securities.

Business Briefs


The Case Builds Against the IMF in Europe

by Nora Hamerman

The “New Europe Working Group-Peace Means Development” was formed over the March 7-8 weekend. The aim: to give the former captive nations a program that will steer them clear of the ravages of both Marx’s and Adam Smith’s economic policies.

Theoretical Foundation of the Stabilization Program in Poland

by Prof. Stefan Kurowski

Professor Kurowski’s Inaugural Lecture opening the 1991-92 academic year at Poland’s Catholic University of Lublin documents the lethal toll that IMF schemes to force debt repayment have taken on his country.

The IMF and the Illusions of ‘Free Market’ Magic

by William Engdahl

Washington and the IMF are doing everything to prevent the eastern European economies from succeeding.


Venezuelan ‘Democracy’ Decays as Kissinger Descends

by Valerie Rush

Henry Kissinger and his sidekick Luigi Einaudi have been sent to

Caracas to bolster the Anglo-American stooge, Carlos Andrés Perez.

United Nations Readies Strike against Iraqi Industry

by Joseph Brewda

Documentation: Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz says U.S. policy is to take Iraq back to pre-industrial age.

France: Cheminade Blasts Judicial Frame-up Try

The ‘Get LaRouche’ task force is targeting a political movement in France.

Kohl Faces Ill Wind from Washington

by Rainer Apel

The German government tries to downplay the Pentagon’s Wolfowitz Report and other U.S. threats.

Chinese Classical Poetry Is Based on Universal Principles of Singing

by Ray Wen Wei

Wei opens the book on this 2,200-year-old art.

Pro-Secessionist Insurgency Gains Momentum in Northeastern India

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Secessionist ferment in northeast India recalls problems in western Punjab and Kashmir.

International Intelligence


Voters Take Your Choice: George Bush or a Bush Clone

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The two are so close in policies, they’re almost more like a ticket than a rivalry.

LaRouche Adviser Assesses 1992 Presidential Race

An interview with Melvin Klenetsky.

Inslaw: One Scandal That Won’t Disappear

by Jeffrey Steinberg

State Department Promises To Answer U.N., Continues To Evade Rights Charges

Virginia Court Rulings Will Be Challenged

by Bruce Director

ADL-Linked Law Firm Nailed in S&L Cover-up

by Steven Meyer

Scientific Manpower Shortfall: Is It Real? What Can Be Done?

by Mark Wilsey

An NSF study calling attention to the disappearance of this sector of the workforce is under attack from fools who argue that “market demand” for scientific labor will balance out shrinking supply.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News