Volume 22, Number 41, October 13, 1995


Special Report

The New International Terrorism  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The heart of the new international terrorism is a legion of trained terrorists, formerly known as the mujahideen, veterans of the 1980s Afghan war, which Vice President Bush and the British Thatcher government played a leading part in creating, arming, and deploying.”

I. London’s Afghansi

War in Afghanistan Spawned a Global Narco-Terrorist Force  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The decade of surrogate warfare between the United States and the Soviet Union after the Christmas Eve 1979 Red Army invasion of Afghanistan, drew the two superpowers into a geopolitical trap.

How FDR Planned To Outflank the British  

by Edward Spannaus

The Real Story of the BCCI  

by William Engdahl and Jeffrey Steinberg

The Golden Crescent Heroin Connection  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Anglo-American Support Apparatus behind the Afghani Mujahideen  

by Adam East

The SAS: Prince Philip’s Manager of Terrorism  

by Joseph Brewda

A Note on David Stirling

Sadruddin Aga Khan: Mujahideen Coordinator  

by Scott Thompson and Joseph Brewda

Afghansi Groups: The Peshawar Seven  

by Adam East

Afghansi Terrorism Around the World  

The Case of the GIA: Afghansi Out of Theater  

Afghansi-Linked Terror in the Philippines  

by Gail G. Billington

II. A Case Study: South Asia

London Runs Terrorism To Destroy the Nation-State  

by Linda de Hoyos

Whatever the Tamil Tigers’ motivations for murdering Rajiv Gandhi, the killing had a global strategic impact—as did the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi’s mother, then-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, in October 1984.

Lord Avebury: Human Rights for the Raj  

by Joseph Brewda

British Lord Sees End of Nation-State  

An interview with Lord Avebury.

Northeast India: Target of British Apartheid  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Insurgent Groups in Northeast India  

by Madhu Gurung and Ramtanu Maitra

Pakistan, Northwest India Insurgencies  

by Madhu Gurung and Ramtanu Maitra

London Runs Cover for Terror in South India  

by Linda de Hoyos

Southern India, Sri Lanka Terrorist Groups  

by Joseph Brewda and Madhu Gurung


Rees-Mogg Minions Root for Disintegration of Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

It’s not a “forecast.” It’s a threat, not only to the Mexican system, but also to the U.S. Presidency.

Middle East: Fight for Development Bank Is Top Priority

by William Jones

The Clinton Administration is working for bigger projects, as well as bringing its authority into the fight for the bank.

Currency Rates

Business Briefs



Better Not To Be Proven Right.


Head of State Releases Blueprint for New Nigeria

by Lydia Cherry

EIR reports what no other media in the West will tell you—what the Nigerian leaders are actually telling their people.

Colombia’s Samper Is On the Ropes

by Andrea Olivieri

International Intelligence


U.S. Constitution Bars a Powell Presidency

by Webster G. Tarpley

The issue is the constitutional disability posed by Gen. Colin Powell’s acceptance of a British title of nobility.

Cult Awareness Network and Rick Ross Lose $5 Million Suit

by Bruce Director

A setback in the courts to the professional kidnapping ring.

Corrupt DOJ Officials Seek To Oust Kelly’s Prosecutor

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News


The caption to last week’s cover picture contained a number of errors. It should have read as follows: Independent hearings on Justice Department corruption, in session on Aug. 31. Panel members (right to left): Msgr. Elias el Hayek; Toby Fitch, North Carolina House of Representatives; J.L. Chestnut, co-chairman, civil rights attorney, Alabama; Ulysses Jones, Jr., Tennessee House of Representatives; James Mann, co-chairman, former member U.S. House of Representatives, South Carolina; Percy Watson. Mississippi House of Representatives; Maggie Wallace Glover, South Carolina Senate; John Hilliard, Alabama House of Representatives; William Clark, Alabama House of Representatives; Howard Hunter, North Carolina House of Representatives. Not shown: Robert Ford, South Carolina Senate.