Volume 20, Number 36, September 17, 1993



Sen. Francisco Tatad

by Lydia Cherry

The Philippines senator is an opponent of the government’s population control program, which he charges is being implemented at the behest of foreign agencies with a malthusian agenda.

P. van Duijvenboden

by Jutta Dinkermann

A spokesman for the Dutch Patients Union speaks out against the euthanasia policy which is facing a critical vote in the Senate of the Netherlands in mid-September.

Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega

Prisoner of war General Noriega spoke with EIR from his prison cell in Florida, about the U.S. invasion of Panama and the growing resistance of Panamanians to the “Pétainist” regime that now rules their country. “I shall return,” Noriega vows.


Australia Dossier

by Al Douglas

Senate Demands Action on Bosnia.

From New Delhi

by Ramtanu Maitra

India Eyes Debate in Japan on NPT.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Freeing Terrorists: Collor’s Final Act.


When Will the Bubble Pop?


Banking Committee Hears EIR on Derivatives, NAFTA

by John Hoefle

Banking columnist John Hoefle testified before the House Banking Committee, at the request of Chairman Henry B. Gonzalez (D-Tex.) and delivered a powerful indictment of the financial policies that are ruining the nation.

‘Invisible Hand’ Grabs Billions from China’s Banking System

by Cho Wen-pin

Currency Rates

Philippine Bishop and Senator Decry U.S. Plan as ‘Demographic Imperialism’

Ramos’s Birth Plan Is a ‘Foreign Import’

An interview with Sen. Francisco Tatad.

Malthusians Predict End of World, Push Food Policies That Guarantee It

by Rosa Tennenbaum

A review of the latest “Vital Signs” report from the Worldwatch Institute.

U.S. Unemployment Coverup

Business Briefs


Why the Israel-Palestine Accord Must Succeed

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

With the historic agreement signed, its enemies are now gearing up to drown it in blood. Only an approach based on infrastructure building can beat them.

LaRouche: Israel-Palestine Economic Plan Is ‘a Very Pleasant Déjà Vu

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A Chronology of LaRouche’s Attempts To Achieve a Lasting Mideast Peace

Economics Is at Heart of Mideast Accord Protocol

A Peace Plan in the True Interests of Arabs and Israelis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Issued by Lyndon LaRouche in August 1990.

The Oasis Plan: Man-made Rivers and Growth Corridors Span the Deserts

by Marcia Merry

Energy and Water for the Mideast: The MHTGR


War in Caucasus Risks Becoming Internationalized

by Konstantin George

Russia all but controls the Caucasus, and will cement its control in the near future. Turkey and Iran are both threatening to help Azerbaijan against Armenia, as the crisis widens.

Mexican Oligarchy Panics as Growers’ Rebellion Spreads

by Hugo López Ochoa

Club of Rome: Twenty-Five Years of Malthusian Fraud

by Mark Burdman

Expanded Dutch Euthanasia Law: It’s Time To Break Up the Debate

by Linda Everett

The “Dutch model” is being touted as an example of how “compassionate killing” can cheapen the cost of medical care. But it’s nothing but Nazi euthanasia.

The Netherlands Must Not Legalize Euthanasia!

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

By Helga Zepp-LaRouche, president of the German Civil Rights Movement Solidarity.

‘Care Criteria’ Pushed for Euthanasia

by Jutta Dinkermann

An interview with P. van Duijvenboden.

International Intelligence


LaRouche Movement Vows To Save U.S. from Unraveling

by Marianna Wertz

The Schiller Institute and the International Caucus of Labor Committees met for their Labor Day conference, to discuss Lyndon LaRouche’s groundbreaking new essay, “History as Science: America 2000.”

Documentation: Greetings to the Conference from Dr. Nedzib Sacirbey, Personal Representative in the United States of the President of the Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina.

Clinton Strategic Review Ignores Russian Danger, Targets Third World

by Kathleen Klenetsky

LaRouche: Gore-Clinton Plan Is ‘Just Cosmetics’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

OBE the Issue in Va. Gubernatorial Race

by Alan Ogden

Schiller Institute Concert Honors Anniversary of March on Washington

Classical ‘Bel Canto’ Singing Has Become an Endangered Species

by Kathy Wolfe

National News