Volume 19, Number 49, December 11, 1992



Helga Zepp-LaRouche

by Nora Hamerman

The president of the Schiller Institute in Germany, Mrs. Zepp-LaRouche was recently elected the chairman of a new political party, the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity. She outlines the need for a broader perspective for German patriots, now that they have achieved the reunification of their nation.


Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

War Breaks Out on Privatization.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

The Torricelli Corollary.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

“A Strategy of Tension.”

Australia Dossier

by Lydia Cherry

Zionist Lobby Is Frantic over LaRouche.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Another Kissinger Rip-Off.

Music Views and Reviews

by Kathy Wolfe

Original Instruments Cantabile.


Fifty Years Later.


U.S. Put Terrorists in Power in El Salvador; Colombia Next

by Gretchen Small

During an International Seminar on Peace Negotiations organized by the Jesuit-run Center for Research and Popular Education in Bogotá, Colombia, speakers boasted that the U.S. government is bringing to power communist narco-terrorist forces throughout Ibero-America, to eliminate national sovereignty.

UN Military Intelligence Says FMLN Has No Popular Support


What the British Taught the Nazis about Eugenics

by Mark Burdman

Eugenics, Human Genetics and Human Failings: The Eugenics Society, Its Sources and Its Critics in Britain, by Pauline M.H. Mazumdar.

A Look at Anti-Human Ecologism’s Forebear

by Stuart K. Lewis

The Life of a Tormented Evolutionist: Darwin, by Adrian Desmond and James Moore.

Hitler, Stalin, and the Nature of Tyranny

by Molly Hammett Kronberg

Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives, by Alan Bullock.


Is Washington behind Europe’s Currency Crises?

by William Engdahl

The worst speculative attacks on European currencies in the postwar period, plus the launching of trade war measures by the United States against Europe, are not the workings of “the magic of the marketplace,” but represent a deliberate effort at destabilization.

Methyl Bromide Ban Defeated at Copenhagen Conference

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Although the ecological fascists did manage to implement a large part of their agenda, the delegates from 87 nations refused to ban production of methyl bromide by 1995, as demanded by Washington.

Currency Rates

Australia Becomes Ecologist Police State

by Nigel Gleeson

China Warns Britain: ‘Choose Us, or Chaos’

by Mark Burdman

U.S. Unemployment Coverup


by Marcia Merry

Oilseeds Were Never the Real Issue.

Business Briefs


Japan Cold Fusion Conference Sets New Direction for Science

by Carol White

An on-the-scene report by Carol White from the Third International Conference on Cold Fusion, held in Nagoya, Japan. Three and a half years after Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann first captured headlines with their announcement that they could produce fusion in a test tube at room temperature, there is a body of experimental results which confirms their contention.

Evidence of a Nuclear Event

by Carol White


Second Coup Attempt Strikes Hated Venezuelan President

by Cynthia R. Rush

Carlos Andrés Perez, the darling of the International Monetary Fund, succeeded in putting down the rebellion, but not because he has any support from within his own country.

Nations of the North Must Be in Solidarity with the South

by Nora Hamerman

An interview with Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

The Cowardly Murders of Foreigners Must Be Stopped

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A policy statement.

Freemasons Caught Orchestrating the Neo-Nazi Revival in Germany

by Umberto Pascali

Italians Call for Reopening of Files on the Assassination of Enrico Mattei

by Claudio Celani

A report from Milan on a conference sponsored by EIR and the Schiller Institute. Only if a new Mattei emerges, will Italy be able to overcome the economic crisis and the Anglo-American destabilization.

How Long Will Biya Be Dictator in Cameroon?

by Lawrence Freeman

International Intelligence


Claims of U.S. Recovery Are a Political Hoax

by H. Graham Lowry

The current babbling about an economic recovery has nothing to do with reality, but is intended to check any inclinations the Clinton Administration might have to undertake a fundamental policy shift.

It’s All On Tape: ‘Kidnapers, Inc.’ Plot To Nab Lewis du Pont Smith

by Warren J. Hamerman

Excerpts from the record of the government’s surveillance of a team charged with conspiring to kidnap a political associate of Lyndon LaRouche. The gang goes to trial on Dec. 14.

Senate ‘October Surprise’ Report Confirms EIR’s Allegations

by Edward Spannaus

Eye on Washington

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Clinton Advisers Head for Europe.

National News


We reported incorrectly in our last issue (page 67) that Washington, D.C. Park Police had arrested Rev. James Bevel and historian Anton Chaitkin while they were leading a rally at the statue of KKK founder Albert Pike. The arrest was actually made by federal Park Police.