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Volume 22, Number 24, June 9, 1995

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Jaime Miranda Peláez  

The president of the Cajeme Agricultural Credit Union (UCAC) and coordinator of the Permanent Forum of Rural Producers (FPPR) in Sonora is a nationally respected Mexican farm leader.



You Can’t Fool All the People All the Time.

Special Report

Republic of Sudan Resists British Genocide  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The survival of every nation in sub-Saharan Africa depends upon the success of three nations in continuing resistance to the British monarchy’s ongoing attempts to bring about the bloody destruction of their present governments: Nigeria, the Republic of South Africa, and Sudan. An introduction.

Kissinger at Chatham House: Making Policy Behind the Back of U.S. Presidents  

by Henry A. Kissinger

The Bernard Lewis Plan: Setting the ‘Arc of Crisis’ Aflame  

by Joseph Brewda

Horn of Africa: The British Setup and the Kissinger Switch  

by Linda de Hoyos

Since World War II, the countries of the Horn of Africa—Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Egypt, and Djibouti, and now Eritrea—have been victims of British balance of power geopolitics.

How Kissinger Sabotaged Sudanese Food Independence  

by Joseph Brewda

Why Operation Breadbasket is still waiting.

Kissinger’s NSSM-200 Policy of Genocide  

by Joseph Brewda

The History of the Nile Region  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The use which modern British imperialism has made of Egypt in its subjugation of Sudan rests on a historical contact-conflict going back 6,000 years, a fact fully appreciated by the geopolitical masterminds of imperial policy in the Near East.

Why the British Hate Sudan: The Mahdia’s War against London  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The British have never fully recovered from their experience with the Mahdist state, which lasted until 1898.

The Potential of the Nile River System  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Vast Resources Exist for Economic Development in Sudan  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Sudan has at least 81 million hectares which could easily be cultivated—more than half the cultivated acreage-base of the United States. This could potentially produce crops sufficient to feed almost all of Africa.

The Jonglei Canal  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Nuplexes Can Make New Water, Power Resources  

by Marcia Merry Baker

A key concept of Lyndon LaRouche’s “Oasis Plan.”

Sudan Emphasizes Better Education  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Sudan’s Political System Today  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Britain’s 1930s Apartheid Policy in Southern Sudan  

by Linda de Hoyos

The British colonials created a completely artificial divide in Sudan, between north and south, imposing the harshest form of apartheid on the southern population, denying them access to education and economic development.

British Family Helps Ignite Two Continents  

by Scott Thompson

The case of E. Evans-Pritchard and his son.

Idi Amin: London Stooge against Sudan  

by Linda de Hoyos

Baroness Chalker’s Ugandan Mercenary  

by Linda de Hoyos

The case of Yoweri Museveni.

London’s NGO Army against Sudan: Baroness Cox Readies a New Crusade  

by Joseph Brewda

Caroline Cox and her “Christian Solidarity International” continue the tearful displays of concern over “human rights violations” to justify British land-grabs and mass-murder, which were a mainstay of 1800s’ British imperialism.

Who’s Out To Destroy Sudan?  

by Joseph Brewda and Lydia Cherry

A flow-chart of the organizations doing the footwork for the British oligarchy and company.


Mexico’s Physical Economy Enters Meltdown Phase  

by Valerie Rush

The $50 billion international “rescue package” put together last January to try to contain Mexico’s financial mudslide, coupled with a savage escalation of IMF “shock therapy,” has yielded what EIR has repeatedly warned must happen if there is no turnaround in policy.

Currency Rates  

The ‘Free Market’ Is a Mental Disease  

Jaime Miranda Peláez gives the agricultural producers’ perspective on the Mexican collapse.

Greenie ‘Poison’ Threatens Germany  

by Rainer Apel

Business Briefs  


Balkan Provocation Escalates British War on United States  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

London’s drive for an Entente Cordiale has run into some serious problems, as the Balkan war escalates.

International Intelligence  


Clinton Focuses on Peace and Development in Ireland  

by William Jones

Nothing less than his strong personal engagement, bringing to bear the power of the U.S. Presidency, could have brought the reluctant British to the negotiating table and mediated the tense relationship between the Ulster Unionists and Sinn Fein. And not without political cost for the President himself.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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