Volume 24, Number 34, August 22, 1997



Britain’s ‘Invisible’ Empire unleashes the dogs of war

by Jeffrey Steinberg

I. The Dogs of War

Her Majesty’s irregular forces

by Scott Thompson

Chatham House heralds Crown’s imperial revival

by Scott Thompson

Crown Agents: the Queen’s managers

by Dean Andromidas

Directors, councillors of Crown Agents

The Queen’s Corps of Commissionaires

by Dean Andromidas

Executive Outcomes vs. the nation-state

by Roger Moore

Defence Systems Ltd.: a Crown jewel

by Dean Andromidas

II. Africa

Congo-Zaire: The dissolution of the nation-state

by Linda de Hoyos

London reaps a harvest of death

by Richard Freeman

III. Australasia

Queen Elizabeth runs a coup: the case of Papua New Guinea

by Allen Douglas and Michael J. Sharp

IV. British Subversion of the United States

Who is wagging your neighbor’s tongue? The militias and Pentecostalism  

by Anton Chaitkin

The biggest national security threat to the United States comes from these pagan cults, run by the Church of England.

Church and state

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A comment by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

V. Ibero-America

London’s policy of ‘Africanization’: The next target is Brazil

by Cynthia R. Rush, Lorenzo Carrasco, and Silvia Palacios

The significance of Brazil’s CVRD

‘Mindless Movement’ out to bury Iberno-America

by Gretchen Small and Silvia Palacios

British banks establish death grip over Ibero-America

by Dennis Small

British cartels break up Brazil’s CVRD, target continent’s raw materials

by Richard Freeman and Cynthia R. Rush

The continent’s largest raw materials company, heretofore the patrimony of a sovereign Brazil, is being sold off to the likes of the Queen’s banker, George Soros.

Mining laws favor raw materials grab

by Cynthia R. Rush

British run private armies in Colombia

by Javier Almario

The raw materials cartels are taking down the national defense, and employing the narco-terrorists and mercenaries to protect their claims.

London, the new lord of Mexico’s skies?

The ‘parks for peace’ ploy for bloody border wars

by Gretchen Small

The British set up Peru and Ecuador, urging them, “Let’s you and him fight.”

News Analysis

Derivatives disintegration, not stocks, fuels the panic

by Marcia Merry Baker and John Hoefle

This is no “cyclical crisis” of the stock market, but a systemic breakdown of the whole worldwide financial system.

Hyenas closing in on ‘Asian Tigers’

by Michael O. Billington and Gail G. Billington

The International Monetary Fund “experts” are full of advice for bankrupt Thailand and the other erstwhile “Tigers.”

Teamsters’ strike targets labor recycling

by Nancy Spannaus

LaRouche offers support for Teamsters’ UPS strike

Netanyahu with his back to the wall

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Iran’s new cabinet ushers in a change

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach