Volume 21, Number 38, September 23, 1994



Celerino Castillo

by Edward Spannaus

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s former top agent in El Salvador.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Transcript of the weekly “EIR Talks” radio interview with the statesman and economist on Sept. 14.

Book Reviews

China’s Murderous Anti-Family Policy

by Sabine Müchler

A Mother’s Ordeal, by Steven Mosher, the eyewitness account of Chinese nurse Chi An. Sabine Müchler reviews the German edition.


Letter to the Editor

More People Needed To Maximize Development.

Andean Report

by Manuel Hidalgo

What Does the “Human Rights” Lobby Say?

Australia Dossier

by Michael J. Sharp

Political Murder Stuns Australians.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Election Poker Obscures Real Issues.


The Fruits of Deregulation.


Derivatives Whirlwind Could Sweep Away Markets

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The extent of the danger is beginning to be understood by some of the world’s elites, such as former British Chancellor of the Exchequer Lord Denis Healey, who called for a tax on financial derivatives. But, warns Lyndon LaRouche, such measures now are not enough.

Caldera Revives Role of Venezuelan State

by David Ramonet

Science in the 21st Century: Strategic and Philosophic Aspects

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

A speech by the managing editor of 21st Century Science & Technology, at the Congress of the Brazil Nuclear Energy Association.

Currency Rates

Uganda under President Museveni: This Is ‘an IMF Success Story’?

by Linda de Hoyos

The graph of life expectancy tells the whole story: Ugandans now live an average of only 42.6 years, among the lowest in all Africa.

On the Green Front

by Rogelio A. Maduro

A Gold Heist in the California Desert.


by Rosa Tennenbaum

German Farming: Full Steam Backward!

Business Briefs


How the Dead Souls of Venice Corrupted Science

by Webster G. Tarpley

Addresses the Labor Day conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees, exposing the role of Venetian agents in subverting and destroying science. Galileo and Newton, whom many today consider the greatest scientists in history, are frauds, put in place by Venice to block the influence of such real scientists as Leonardo da Vinci, Johannes Kepler, Christian Huygens, and Gottfried Leibniz.


Haiti Trap Was Set by the British and Bush

by Anton Chaitkin

Will Nigeria be next? Anton Chaitkin explains why U.S. black politicians are as “silent as lambs” over this impending foreign policy disaster.

The Invasion of Haiti: A Bush Administration Policy

by Valerie Rush

São Paulo Allies Scramble in Argentina

by Roberto Rodríguez

Murawiec’s Pals Stole Billions from Russia in Mafia Flight Capital Scam

by Dean Andromidas and Jeffrey Steinberg

Third in a series.

France toward a New Algerian Crisis?

by Christine Bierre

Paris correspondent Christine Bierre analyzes the past month’s showdown between the French government and Algerian Islamists, plus the latest moves to pull back from the brink inside Algeria.

International Intelligence


New Drug Charges Plague Oliver North’s Campaign

by Edward Spannaus

Former National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane describes North as a “degenerate liar.” But that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

All North’s Pilots Ran Drugs, Says Former DEA Agent

by Edward Spannaus

An exclusive interview with Celerino Castillo.

George Bush: A Fanatic Advocate of Population Control

Don’t believe the smokescreen emitted by Barbara Bush that her husband is “pro-life.”

British Circles Close to Bush Want To Warn Clinton He Is Not Liked

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche discusses the crash of a Cessna plane on the White House grounds, the derivatives crisis, the UN’s Cairo depopulation conference, and the strategic prospects for Europe.

Cessna Pilot Makes ‘Kamikaze’ Attack on the White House

by Scott Thompson

Frondizi Asks Clinton To Exonerate LaRouche

by Arturo Frondizi

Math Education Establishment Turns Screws on Teachers To Accept ‘Reforms’

by Susan Welsh

Maverick Publisher Battles Math Mafia

by Susan Welsh

Math in Prussia: Education Before the ‘Paradigm Shift’

by Susan Welsh

National News