Volume 22, Number 10, March 3, 1995



Munthir Haddadin

by William Jones

Mr. Haddadin is one of two co-chairmen of the Jordan Rift Valley Development Project, an Israeli-Jordanian project, and former president of the Jordan Valley Authority. He has long been responsible for water development projects in Jordan.

Lord William Rees-Mogg

by Scott Thompson

London Times columnist Rees-Mogg is one of the controllers of the Conservative Revolution in the United States, and has declared “open season” on President Clinton.

Science & Technology

Hubble’s Quasar Images: A Moment of Truth

by David Cherry

The space telescope’s observations tend to confirm some highly original theories about galactic nuclei and quasars, which also upset some fashionable theories.


Andean Report

by Javier Almario

Samper On His Knees to British Empire.


Free Colonel Seineldín.


Mexico Financial Package Headed Toward a Blowout

by Richard Freeman

The long-awaited deal is signed, and immediately Mexico’s interest rates on 28-day Treasury bills zoomed to 59%, the highest rate in seven years.

Currency Rates

Maglev Rail Line from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh Pushed in Legislature

by Philip Valenti

The Coming End of the So-Called Reform Policies in Europe’s East

by Michael Liebig and Konstantin George

A presentation prepared for the conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees in Northern Virginia.

Natura 2000: Prince Philip’s Eco-Dictatorship for Europe

by Alexander Hartmann

Bremen Government Falls over Natura 2000

by Alexander Hartmann

Business Briefs


Copenhagen Summit To Chart Malthusian UN Dictatorship

by Poul Rasmussen

Reports from Copenhagen on the draft declaration and program of action for the UN World Summit on Social Development, which is scheduled for March 11-12.

Global Empire on the UN’s Agenda

by Torbjörn Jerlerup

Analyzes the report of the Commission on Global Governance, prepared for the Copenhagen Summit.

Thorvald Stoltenberg, One-World Propagandist

by Torbjörn Jerlerup


Russia and Ukraine Settle Disputes, Sign Major Accords

by Konstantin George

Russia has abruptly reversed its posture toward Ukraine, toward reestablishing close economic ties, on the basis of not tampering with Ukraine’s sovereignty.

Time Is Running Out on Pragmatic Policies in the Balkans

by Elke Fimmen

Reports on a visit to Zagreb, Croatia.

Prince Philip’s WWF in ‘Serious Crisis’

How the Conservative Revolution Tried To Destroy China

by Michael Billington

Zhao Ziyang, the heir apparent to Deng Xiaoping until 1989, was a conduit for the policies of Alvin Toffler, Milton Friedman, George Soros, and other gurus of the Conservative Revolution.

Argentina’s Battle for National Development

by Carlos González

A speech by the private secretary to former Argentine President Arturo Frondizi.

International Intelligence


Clinton Gets Serious about Taking On GOP Jacobins

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The plan by the Conservative Revolution crowd to shut down the nation’s school lunch program, among other draconian austerity measures, has set off an angry backlash.

‘We Will Have a Society Which Is More Elitist’

by Scott Thompson

An interview with Lord William Rees-Mogg.

Mike Royko Calls Lord Rees-Mogg a ‘Scumbag’

Schiller-ICLC Conference Mobilizes Americans To Foil Newt’s ‘Revolution’

by Nancy Spannaus and Marianna Wertz

More than 1,100 people assembled in Northern Virginia for a conference keynoted by Lyndon LaRouche and Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

Farrakhan Sends Message to Schiller Institute Conference

by Minister Louis Farrakhan

Judge in New York Vacates ‘LaRouche Case’ Convictions

Prison Violence Is Rising under New ‘Tough On Crime’ Laws

by Edward Spannaus

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News