Volume 23, Number 37, September 13, 1996



Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Resistance Grows to the Green Agenda.

Entente Bestiale

by Omar Abdul-Aziz

Egypt Charges: London’s Support of Terrorism Is New Face of Colonialism.

Sudan Hijacking Points to U.K. as Terror Haven


The Bombing of Iraq—a Grave Blunder.


‘Hot Autumn’ in France May Finish Off Foolish Chirac

by Christine Bierre

All economic indicators are in the red, as political commentators and trade unionists are forecasting a social explosion in the autumn.

Currency Rates

Business Briefs


George Bush: Crack Kingpin of the 1980s

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The San Jose Mercury has exposed how the Nicaraguan Contra apparatus provided crack cocaine and guns to Los Angeles street gangs such as the Crips and the Bloods. EIR’s dossier provides the essential, missing piece of the picture, tracing the command of this operation all the way to the top: George Bush.

The Contras and the Crack Epidemic

by Jeffrey Steinberg

How the ‘Iran-Contra’ Investigation Protected Bush’s Secret Drug Network

The truth behind Oliver North’s dirty “Enterprise.”

What Really Went On at the Mena Airport?

by Edward Spannaus

Iran-Contra Prosecutor Never Investigated Drug-Running

by Edward Spannaus

Somehow, this crucial aspect of the picture “fell between the cracks” of Lawrence Walsh’s investigation.

Mexico’s Drug Kingpin Is a Bushman, Too

by Gretchen Small

Bush’s Friends Ran Drugs in Panama

by Carlos Wesley

Bush Created Colombia’s Narco-Government

by Valerie Rush

Guns and Drugs: The Syrian Connection

by Joseph Brewda

Afghanistan Drugs: A Withdrawal Syndrome

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra


Gulf War Syndrome: Deadly Legacy of George Bush’s War

by Carol Hugunin

Up to 150,000 soldiers returned from the 1991 Gulf war with symptoms, 60,000 with severe symptoms, but the Pentagon and the Veterans Administration deny them medical care and testing, writing the problem off as due to “combat stress.”

Thatcher, Bush Set Up the War against Iraq


U.S. Attack on Iraq Plays Right Into British Hands

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

President Clinton, incompetently briefed on the consequences of his action, launched bombing raids against Iraq which have outraged just about everybody in the world, except the British.

Kurds’ Interests Hurt by Geopolitical Games

by Omar Abdul-Aziz

Russia’s Crisis Enters Lull before the Storm

by Konstantin George

Terror International Launches New Insurgency in Ibero-America

by Valerie Rush

Mexico and Colombia have been hit with an explosion of narco-terrorism, at a new level of intensity and barbarism.

The FARC Cartel

Schiller Institute Visits Sarajevo on Eve of Bosnian Elections

by Elke Fimmen

The Dayton Accord is being flagrantly violated by the Bosnian Serbs, jeopardizing the election process.

Declaration on Bosnia-Hercegovina

International Intelligence


LaRouche Builds ‘Third Force’ in Democratic Election Fight

by Mel Klenetsky

With the resignation of Clinton campaign “Rasputin” Dick Morris and the coming resignation of Democratic National Committee chairman Donald Fowler, the opportunity opens up for a political transformation of the Democratic Party.

The Murderous Impact of the Welfare Bill

From the debate in the House and Senate prior to the passage of the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996.”

National News