Volume 22, Number 42, October 20, 1995



Msgr. Dr. Zelimir Puljic

by Elke Fimmen

The Bishop of Dubrovnik, Croatia warns that “peace in slavery cannot be true peace.”

Book Reviews

British Author Promotes Cannibalism, Murder, as Good for ‘Ecology’

by Mark Burdman

Dark Nature, by Lyall Watson.


Reviving the Classical Ideal in Slovakia

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

At the Dolna Krupa Castle in Slovakia on Sept. 20-22, something took place that will go down in the annals of the history of 20th-century music: Dr. Norbert Brainin, first violinist of the Amadeus Quartet, held master classes with young musicians on the concept of Motivführung.

Dolna Krupa: A Historic Site

by Ortrun Cramer

Why We Need a Cultural Renaissance

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Address to the music seminar at Dolna Krupa.

An Intimate Serenade by Violin and Piano

by Hartmut Cramer

Reviews the sonata recital given by Norbert Brainin and Günter Ludwig in Bratislava.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

A Ruinous Debt-Collecting Mania.


The Jury Is Still Out.


British Assault U.S., France, Japan To Defend IMF System

by Anthony K. Wikrent

While French Prime Minister Juppé attacks the “London gnomes,” the British are getting out the brass knuckles, including launching a new assault on the French franc.

French General Strike Shows Chirac, ‘No Man Can Serve Two Masters’

by Christine Bierre

German Finance Ministry Defends Derivatives

by Lothar Komp

‘Sustainable Development’: A Weapon Against Nation-States

by Carl Osgood

Report on a World Bank-sponsored conference in Washington, D.C.

Currency Rates

China Can Solve the Problem of Feeding Its Population

by Peng Jiangliang

By the Chief of Division I, China State Farms Economic Reconstruction and Technical Development Center, of the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture.

Mexico: Proposal Submitted to Congress for National, World Economic Recovery

Text of the draft bill introduced into the Mexican Congress on Aug. 23.

Business Briefs


The Pope’s Historic Intervention in America

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

“The spirit of the great Nicolaus of Cusa was alive in the hall of the UN, when Pope John Paul II presented his magnificent vision of a global order of peace in the world to the United Nations General Assembly, and, therefore, de facto, to the ‘entire family of nations’ of the globe.”

Pope John Paul II Addresses United Nations

by Pope John Paul II

The full text of the Pontiff’s speech on Oct. 5.

On America’s Heritage

by Pope John Paul II

From his speech on arrival in the United States on Oct. 4.

LaRouche’s ‘Christian Economy’ Hailed in Italy

John Paul to an Africa ‘Left by the Roadside’

by Linda de Hoyos

In all his speeches during his recent trip to Africa, the Holy Father called upon world leaders to take responsibility to remedy the calamities that have befallen the African continent.

Ibero-American Church Calls for Debt Forgiveness, Continental Integration

by Valerie Rush

When the Pontiff visits four countries next February, he will step into the midst of a huge struggle over economic and philosophic issues.


Russian Power Struggle Escalates to New Phase

by Konstantin George

It has, as Lyndon LaRouche forecast in interviews during September, “come to bullets.”

Bosnian Leader Fought for Peace and Justice

by Elke Fimmen

Obituary of Safet Hidic, member of the Bosnian Parliament.

International Intelligence


LaRouche Warns of Crash, Scores DOJ at Idaho Debate

by Mel Klenetsky

The first debate of the 1996 Presidential campaign occurred Sept. 29 in Moscow, Idaho as part of the innovative CityVote straw poll, which the Democratic National Committee chairman is trying to stop.

LaRouche Denounces Dirty Trick by the Department of Justice

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A leaflet announcing a “Musical Tribute to Justice” concert set the DOJ and the Washington Post into a rage.

The Anatomy of a DOJ Dirty Trick

by Edward Spannaus

Farrakhan Discomfits ABC-TV Interviewers

by Katherine Notley

Soros Demands His Right To Loot

by William Jones

National News