Volume 20, Number 7, February 12, 1993



Lyndon LaRouche

On the radio program “Executive Intelligence Review’s Talks with Lyndon LaRouche,” the political prisoner, philosopher, and former Presidential candidate discusses what to do about the economic crisis.

Ambassador Abdalla Ahmed Abdalla

The ambassador to the United States of the Republic of Sudan, Dr. Abdalla has served as minister of agriculture, food, and natural resources. He holds a doctorate in plant physiology, and has taught on the agriculture faculty of the University of Khartoum.


Confederates Cheer Rewrite of the Gettysburg Address

by Rochelle Ascher

Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words that Remade America, by Garry Wills.


Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Bankers’ Revenge: Hyperinflation.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Venezuela Heading Toward Civil War.

Report from Paris

by Jacques Cheminade

France Must Not Die in Sarajevo.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Time To Get Back to Production.


On Military and Other Matters.


Remember? ‘It’s the Economy, Stupid!’

by Christopher White

The President has delayed presentation of his budget, which was supposed to be ready by Feb. 1, as he and his advisers scramble to come up with a policy.

Why Washington Can’t Seem To Solve the Economic Crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche.

The Anglo-American Strategy behind Italy’s Privatization

by William Engdahl

U.S. Unemployment Coverup

Revulsion at International Monetary Fund Debt Policy Spreads

by Rachel Douglas

In Russia and Eastern Europe.

Sudan’s Vast Agricultural Potential Target of IMF Destruction

by Marcia Merry

We Must Work Toward Regional Integration

by Marcia Merry

Part 2 of an interview with Ambassador Abdalla Ahmed Abdalla.

Currency Rates


by Sue Atkinson and Suzanne Rose

“Animal Enterprise Zones” Come to Iowa.


by John Hoefle

National Cut the Red Tape Week.

Business Briefs


Nazi Psychiatrists behind Serbia’s Reign of Terror

by Joseph Brewda

Reports on the international networks who trained the Serbian war criminals, starting with London’s Tavistock Institute and the Frankfurt School.

Controllers at Tavistock and the Frankfurt School

Who are Serbia’s Nazi Doctors?

‘Praxis’ Group Runs Serbia Today


Fight Rages over Appeasement of Serbs

by Nora Hamerman

Western military involvement will either be to police the Vance-Owen plan rewarding Serbian “ethnic cleansing”—or to back Bosnia-Hercegovina’s fight to defend itself.

British Justify Refusal To Defend Bosnia

From a speech by Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd.

Malthusian Elites Fume at Iraq’s Construction of ‘Third River’ Project

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Italy: ‘Corruption Scandals’ Steered from Abroad

by Claudio Celani

Haiti Rejects Demand To Restore Dictator

by Carlos Wesley

Tribal Unrest Rends India’s Northeast

by Ramtanu Maitra

Citizen above Suspicion?

Is Australia’s Mark Leibler involved in a conspiracy to evade taxes? Part 2 of a series.

International Intelligence


Clinton’s ‘Laser Focus’ Will Fry the Economy

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The international bankers are demanding a vicious austerity package, and from all indications, the Administration intends to comply, with increased taxes and lethal cuts in social spending.

Israeli Intelligence Asset Pushes for Ethnic War against Muslim World

Yossef Bodansky, a veteran of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), should be fired from his job advising the House Republicans.

‘Kidnappers Inc.,’ Is Really ‘Murder, Inc.’

by Roger Moore

Ties between Galen Kelly, JINSA, and the arms traffic to Iran.

Minnesota AG Aids National Kidnap Ring

ADL Still Target of West Coast Spy Probe

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Universal Vaccination Plans under Scrutiny

by Linda Everett

225,000 Rally To Defend Human Life

by Linda Everett

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News