Volume 24, Number 30, July 25, 1997



Artur Brauner

Artur Brauner is a filmmaker and president of the B’nai B’rith Janusz Korczak Lodge in Berlin.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Entering the next century by train.

Australia Dossier

by Michael J. Sharp and Allen Douglas

Queen rigs P.N.G. election.

Science & Technology

Why man must explore Mars

by Marsha Freeman

The Pathfinder mission to Mars has fanned the embers of cultural optimism among people throughout the world. Now, we must return to the “extraterrestrial imperative,” that so animated the world in the 1960s, and was so hated by the disciples of zero-growth.


Only suckers fall for British line on gold

by Richard Freeman

If you think the falling gold price is an impetus to rush headlong into mutuals—ask yourself: “Why are the people talking down the gold price, quietly buying it?”

Currency Rates

The globalization of industrial Argentina

by Gerardo Terán and Gonzalo Huertas

The buyout of a major Argentine investment company by the infamous Hongkong and Shanghai Bank marks the crescendo of six years of Argentina’s loss of economic and financial sovereignty.

Business Briefs


Then, and now: The Case of the Inedible Professor  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., using the method of Edgar Allen Poe’s Detective Dupin, examines the criminal mind of Oxford University’s Richard Dawkins, and what internal flaw would allow today’s Baby Boomer generation to tolerate the insanity that Dawkins represents.

Prof. Richard Dawkins: The Darwinian Great Ape of British academe

by Mark Burdman


Prince Philip deploys ‘anti-corruption’ weapon

by Umberto Pascali

The Duke of Edinburgh established Transparency International to overthrow national governments. A case study is the “Clean Hands” scandals that prostrated Italy. TI has expanded its surveillance, and can now make adherence to its brand of “ethics” a conditionality for loans from the World Bank and IMF.

Why Queen Elizabeth knighted Wolfensohn

by Umberto Pascali

Transparency International’s own man now heads the World Bank.


Kabila’s genocide in Zaire: Will the U.S. President act?

by Uwe Friesecke

Roberto Garreton of the UN High Commission on Refugees issues a report documenting the mass murder carried out by Laurent Kabila’s forces, as the Zairean butcher still refuses to allow an international investigation.

Australia’s Hanson starts action to relieve North Korean famine

by Kathy Wolfe

The declaration by Australian MP Paula Hanson goes a long way toward taking down the roadblock thrown up by Britain’s geopoliticians.

Hanson: ‘Australia, feed North Korea now!’

British royals under scrutiny for covering up Nazi genocide

by Mark Burdman

Transcripts released by Britain’s Public Records Office show that Winston Churchill knew, in microscopic detail, about the Nazi Holocaust, during 1941-45. One prominent German Jew, Artur Brauner, demands: “Did the Royal Family know what was happening? How did the Queen react to this horrific revelation?”

International Intelligence


Senate Chinagate hearings may boomerang back at GOP

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

Almost any instance of foreign funding to which the Republicans can point, has a trail which has much bigger implications for the Grand Old Party itself.

DOJ bankrolls ‘victims’ rights’ movement with your tax dollars

by Leo F. Scanlon

The permanent bureaucracy of the Department of Justice is creating lynch mobs, manipulating the anger of victims of violent crime. The principal target is the U.S. Constitution.

The McVeigh case

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

National News

Announcement of Presidential candidacy: The time has come  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche will run for the Democratic Party’s Presidential nomination in the year 2000.