Volume 20, Number 8, February 19, 1993



Brig. Gen. Francisco Visconti Osorio

by Dennis Small

General Visconti was one of the leaders of the frustrated Nov. 27 uprising in Venezuela. He has been given asylum in Peru, along with 50 other Venezuelan Air Force pilots and technicians.

Srecko Jurdana

by Webster G. Tarpley

How to stop the war in Bosnia: a Croatian journalist outlines a decisive plan for U.S. action to Schiller Institute president Webster Tarpley.

Joseph Solic

by Catherine Brannan and Yves Messer

The French correspondent for the Croatian news agency HINA in Strasbourg, Mr. Solic is accredited to the European Parliament and Council of Europe there.

Kay Zenker

by Philip Valenti

A farm family from North Dakota linked up with the LaRouche movement to fight an effective battle against an illegal foreclosure of their farm.


The British in South Africa: Is History Repeating Itself?

by David Cherry

Frontiers—The Epic of South Africa’s Creation and the Tragedy of the Xhosa People, by Noel Mostert.

The ADL Makes Strange Bedfellows in the South

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Terror in the Night: The Klan’s Campaign Against the Jews, by Jack Nelson.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

New Wars, But Where?

Music Views and Reviews

by Kathy Wolfe

Dvorak’s Unmet Challenge to American Composers.


Whatever Happened to Reality?


Europeans Denounce British Currency Warfare

by Christopher White

The increasingly belligerent attitude of continental Europe toward “Anglo-Saxon circles” allow us to focus on the real problem in a useful way.

Mexican Unemployment Plan Is Tantamount to Genocide

by Carlos Cota Meza

GATT Woos Russia as Food Production Plummets

by Denise Henderson

Currency Rates

Budget-Cutting Mania Mocks ‘Recovery’ Myth

by H. Graham Lowry

China Lacks Energy, But Three Gorges Dam Blocked by Environmentalists

by Cho Wen-pin

China has the richest water power resources in the world, yet it is suffering a devastating crisis in energy supply, as international pressure groups block efforts to develop those resources.

International Credit

by John Hoefle

The Bigger They Are ...


by François LePine

Call for LaRouche’s Freedom.

Business Briefs


Military Patriots Rise Up To Save Ibero-America

by Dennis Small

The Nov. 27, 1992 coup attempt in Venezuela capped a year of revolt all across Ibero-America against the austerity policies of the International Monetary Fund, against its corrupt “democracies,” and against Washington’s policy of dismantling the armed forces of the continent.

‘The Idea of Continental Integration Is Necessary for Our Survival’

by Dennis Small

In an exclusive interview in Lima, Brig. Gen. Francisco Visconti Osorio tells why the nationalist current is “growing stronger by the day” and is perceived as an obstacle to the new world order.

CAP Represents the IMF and the ‘New World Order’

The Real Message of the November Coup Bid

Excerpts from the videotaped message to Venezuelans that was suppressed.

‘Corruption Has Invaded the Armed Forces’

From a letter by two imprisoned coup leaders, Admirals Grüber and Caberra.


Russia Faces New Tribulations by April

by Rachel Douglas

Germany’s Chancellor Kohl warns that the instability in the former Soviet Union could lead to World War III.

Scientific Musical Tuning Comes to the Arab World

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Schiller Institute campaign for C=256 intersected Jordan’s new music project to teach music in the schools.

Clinton Abandons Promises on Bosnia

by Edward Spannaus

Croatian Journalist: U.S. Will Have To Act

by Webster G. Tarpley

An interview with Srecko Jurdana in the Post-Bulletin of Rochester, Minnesota.

Beirut, Sarajevo Face Same Struggle

LaRouche on the Balkans: First Define the Peace Objectives

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

IPO Blasts Serbians at Geneva Rights Panel

Yeltsin Presses for Asian Alliance in Visit to India

by Susan Maitra

Is Iraq on the Way To Being Rehabilitated Internationally?

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Franco-German Cooperation Treaty Has a Hopeful Legacy

by Jacques Cheminade

International Intelligence


Clinton Foreign Policy Set on Economic Warfare

by Marcia Merry

The new CIA director is putting emphasis on “economic challenges,” which is another name for trade war against our allies.

Hoover Exposé Bares Judicial Corruption

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Seek ‘Special Master’ in LaRouche Case

A North Dakota Farm Family Resists Sheriff’s Sale—Politically

by Philip Valenti

An interview with Kay Zenker.

Government Fraud in the Zenker Case

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News