Volume 27, Number 3, January 21, 2000



Tony Wood

Tony Wood and his wife Angela are anti-drug campaigners in Australia.



by Allen Douglas

“The Queen is coming!”


Defeat the “new Confederacy.”


Put Britain on the list of states sponsoring terrorism  

A memorandum prepared by the Editors of EIR for delivery to U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, documenting Britain’s role in sponsoring terrorism, and requesting an investigation pursuant to placing Great Britain on the list of states sponsoring terrorism.

A century of British state-sponsored terror  

by Michele Steinberg

Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent, written in 1907, told a story of terrorism, police agents, and imperial powers.


‘Dollarization’ will ensure Ecuador’s disintegration

by Cynthia R. Rush

Ecuador President Jamil Mahuad’s announcement that he intends to “dollarize” the economy, shows how financial crises in even relatively small economies could trigger the collapse of the global financial system.

Financial collapse is near, observers say

Blair-Thatcher austerity is killing British population

by Mark Burdman

The National Health Service, ripped to pieces by more than two decades of austerity imposed by Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher, John Major, and Tony Blair, is unable to cope with the flu epidemic.

Flu season reveals U.S. hospital crisis

by Marcia Merry Baker

Argentine government carries out IMF orders

by Gonzalo Huertas

Return to Roosevelt’s concept of the Bretton Woods system  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A live Internet video webcast, conducted by Democratic Party Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. on Jan. 11 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Business Briefs


Gore: Ozymandias topples!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The manner of Vice-President Al Gore during a televised, January 5th New Hampshire debate with former Senator Bill Bradley, a manner matched to the increasing thuggishness shown by Gore’s campaign organization, has once again brought the issue of Gore’s personal state of mind into the foreground,” writes Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. “In this increasingly crisis-ridden state of affairs, the Vice-President’s behavior and suspect mental condition, are national-security issues of the utmost importance to the people of our own, and other nations.”


Puppet Emperor Lee Teng-hui  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On the subject of foreign manipulations of Taiwan’s election process which threaten to draw the U.S. and China into military conflict.

The stakes in Taiwan’s Presidential election

by Leni Rubinstein

BAC cabal exposed behind German scandals

by Rainer Apel

Pakistan reiterates its nuclear option

by Ramtanu Maitra

Croatia takes stock of a century of war and British geopolitics

by Elke Fimmen

The Croatian translation of William Engdahl’s book A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, was presented in Zagreb.

Big push is on for heroin ‘shooting galleries’ in Australia

by Robert Barwick

Australia is locked in a fierce debate over proposals to establish legal heroin-injecting rooms in Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra.

Documentation: A statement by A.L. Mandris, president of the International Narcotics Control Board, condemning “shooting galleries” as illegal.

The fight for a zero-tolerance drug policy in Australia

An interview with Tony Wood.

International Intelligence


LaRouche draws battle lines: nation-state vs. Confederacy

by Marianna Wertz

The controversy over flying the Confederate flag atop the South Carolina statehouse has defined the Presidential campaign, and split both parties, with George W. “Jefferson Davis” Bush and Al “August Belmont” Gore allied with those who still wish to destroy the Federal Union.

Support for LaRouche, the ‘philosopher king’

International endorsements for LaRouche’s campaign for President.

Racism is the issue in S. Carolina campaign

by Michele Steinberg

The controversy around flying the Confederate flag has split the Democratic and Republican parties, in a replay of the CivilWar political divisions in the Presidential campaign.

AIDS: Don’t be fooled by Al ‘Adolf’ Gore  

by Scott Thompson

A case of deafness at the Atlantic Council

by Edward Spannaus

Alexei Arbatov, a Deputy in the Russian State Duma and the deputy chairman of the Duma Defense Committee, discussed the ominous turn of events within Russia, at a Washington conference.

National News