Volume 22, Number 30, July 28, 1995



Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Farmers March on Brasilia.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Trapped by British Geopolitics.


Now Is the Time for Action.

Science & Technology

Green Scissors Eco-Fascist Alliance Out To Destroy U.S

by Rogelio A. Maduro

The conservative National Taxpayers Union is in cahoots with radical ecologist Friends of the Earth? Yes, and the species they’re protecting are oligarchical and British.

Infrastructure Hit by Greens in Russia

by Konstantin Cheremnykh


Heat Wave in North America Shows Infrastructure Deficit

by Marcia Merry Baker

The lack of power generating capacity to keep up with demand has been masked, until now, by the worsening depression.

Currency Rates

Argentina: Usury Won’t Solve the Debt Problem

by Cynthia R. Rush

‘Chile Model’ Revisited: Privatized Pension System: The Apple of London’s Eye

by Cynthia R. Rush

A followup to the exposé of the “Chile economic model” which appeared in the last issue of EIR.

Business Briefs


Why Most Nobel Prize Economists Are Quacks

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In an Economic Advisory released on July 14, LaRouche writes: “Today, every nation on this planet is under the domination of a single, worldwide monetary and financial system: the so-called International Monetary Fund (IMF) system. That system is about to go out of existence. It could he gobbled up in an orderly bankruptcy reorganization conducted by governments, or, if governments are, as Hamlet said, too ‘pigeon-livered’ to do this, it will reach the point that the system simply disintegrates within as short a span as 24 to 72 hours.”


U.S. Credibility At Stake in Bosnia, Says LaRouche

by Edward Spannaus

If the United States acts “with pungency and force and expedition” against Serb targets, primarily with air-strike methods, the whole crisis could be brought under control within a matter of days.

Bosnia’s Sacirbey: UN Role Is Finished

by Muhamed Sacirbey

Rabbis Call for Israeli Mutiny

by Joseph Brewda

The British Are Orchestrating the Destabilization of Jordan

A descent into violence even like that of the 1970 Black September, cannot be ruled out.

Amnesty Int’l, Still Trying To Save Peru’s Shining Path

by Gretchen Small

The utter absurdity of Amnesty International’s listing Peru, today, as a human rights crisis, reveals the depth of hysteria which reigns in the British Foreign Office over the collapse of the project to rip Peru into pieces.

Chirac Restarts Nuclear Tests To Protect the ‘Higher Interests’ of France

by Christine Bierre

Bankers Threaten Haiti, Dominican Rep.

by Carlos Wesley

Vatican: ‘Genius of Women’ Must Be Issue in Beijing

A letter from Pope John Paul II rejects the irrationalist notion of woman.

International Intelligence


Stench of Coverup Fills Congress on Waco Probe

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The hearings are turning into a partisan dog-and-pony show, as the “permanent bureaucracy” in the Department of Justice remains out of public scrutiny.

Bosnian Delegation Seeks End to Arms Embargo, Withdrawal of UN Forces

by William Jones

Two Bosnian parliamentarians are hosted by the Schiller Institute in Washington.

Wage Stagnation, Economic Insecurity Sources of Voter Anger, Says Clinton

by William Jones

The President has finally shifted from stressing the (nonexistent) economic “recovery,” and says the 1994 elections were a turning point in his thinking.

N.J. Law Pulls 10,000 Babies Off Safety Net

by Marianna Wertz

The LaRouche Cases: Billington Federal Habeas Filing Exposes Government Violations

The Commonwealth of Virginia, in concert with corrupt federal law enforcement officials, knowingly violated the U.S. Constitution when it prosecuted Michael Billington, a political associate and co-defendant of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., according to papers filed in federal court in Richmond on July 17.

National News



Correction to the previous issue's cover story dissecting the failure of the "Chile model"