Volume 24, Number 46, November 14, 1997



Macleord Baker Ochola

The Right Reverend Ochola is from the Kitgum Diocese of the Anglican Church of Uganda.

Thomas J. Gumbleton

Thomas Gumbleton, the Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit, Michigan, talks about his recent fact-finding mission to Iraq.

Helen Prejean

Sister Prejean, C.S.J., the internationally acclaimed author of Dead Man Walking, discusses the fight against the death penalty.


Report from Paris

by Christine Bierre

Truckers strike paralyzes country.

Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas and Michael J. Sharp

Police under attack, as crime soars.


Yes, let’s outlaw George Soros.


LaRouche in Bonn calls for new monetary system

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

A report from an international EIR conference, titled “For a New Bretton Woods System.”

G-15 forges common cause vs. speculators

by Gail G. Billington

Led by Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, a growing number of nations are joining together in an effort to protect their economies.

Cardoso leads Brazil into hell

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

The government’s much-touted “monetary stability” is a fraud, and Brazil is now on the chopping block of the international speculators.

Currency Rates

India’s Gujral faces crisis of confidence

by Ramtanu Maitra

Business Briefs

Strategic Studies

Whose God does Pat Robertson serve?

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Promise Keepers and such predatory cults are not only “a fraud upon their principal victims, their supporters, who have been misled into believing that these are Christian organizations. Investigation has shown, beyond any reasonable doubt, that the most prominent among these cults serve a foreign power, a power which is, today, once again, the leading strategic threat to the U.S.A.”

The Promise Keepers cult and homoerotic brainwashing

by Anton Chaitkin

A cult created by the same British psychological warfare specialists that shaped the lesbian and Wicca upsurges of the 1960s.

‘Diamond’ Pat’s mining scam

by Anton Chaitkin

British Israelites and Empire

by Scott Thompson and Michael Minnicino

The story of a syncretic cult that is one of the most significant examples of British intelligence-sponsored cultural warfare against the United States.

Ye shall know them by their fruits

by Michael Minnicino


U.S. sanctions against Sudan further British aims

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Clinton administration’s sanctions, which don’t amount to much, were designed to take the initiative out of the hands of the Sudan bashers in Congress. But, they are hindering the efforts for peace.

U.S. shoots self in foot on Sudan

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A comment by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Cox, the CSI, and British intelligence vs. Sudan

Uganda churches lead ‘Prayer for Peace’ march in Kampala

by Linda de Hoyos

In an event without precedent in Uganda, more than 10,000 people joined a Prayer for Peace walk and rally in the capital city.

A call for peace and reconciliation

by Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala

By His Eminence, Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, archbishop of Kampala and chairman, Uganda Joint Christian Council.

Binaisa endorses Prayer for Peace

by Godfrey Binaisa

Godfrey Binaisa is former President of Uganda and chairman of the African Civil Rights Movement.

Ugandan bishop: Time is running out

An interview with the Rt. Rev. Macleord Baker Ochola.

International Intelligence


Virginians buy fascism for a ‘mess of pottage’

by Nancy Spannaus

The Democrats’ failure to address the economic crisis, left voters prey to the “little me,” self-interest pitch of the Gilmore Republicans—who offer a fascist program of services cuts, prison labor, and anti-Federal government policies.

The United States could end the blockade of Iraq today

An interview with Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton.

Catholic activist discusses fight vs. capital punishment

An interview with Sister Helen Prejean.

William Faulkner: the ‘Great American Novelist,’ with pure British aroma

by Stanley Ezrol

Stanley Ezrol examines the pedigree of this novelist, whose writings are the rambling record of the impressions of a stumbling drunk.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

National News