Lunatics plot new war.
For a moratorium on executions.
by Gail G. Billington
First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, by Loung Ung.
by John Hoefle
Total debt in the United States nearly doubled during the 1990s, topping $25 trillion. In a properly run economy, it is necessary to spend money today to build the technology and infrastructure to increase the productive power of the workforce of tomorrow. But that is not what is happening now, as families live off their credit cards, and financiers peddle IOUs to inflate the speculative bubble. Bankruptcy will be the ultimate result.
by William Engdahl
The euro is in a dangerous “no man’s land,” too weak to attract the billions in foreign investment its framers had expected a year ago, and politically too entrenched to be abandoned without risking a political and monetary collapse of the European Union.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
“The underlying, principal strategic conflict dominating the planet today, is expressed as the varied threat of generalized warfare, famine, and epidemic disease, the which is caused, ultimately, and that almost entirely, by the several efforts to employ the model of pagan Imperial Rome, or more barbaric ethics, for the purpose of establishing ‘one-world government,’ through the United Nations Organization, or some alternate instrument,” Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. wrote recently. In this report, we identify those forces that are attempting to destroy the nation-state, the one institution that could offer a defense against these Dark Age forces.
by Michele Steinberg
A “Who’s Who” of the institutions and individuals who are deliberately destroying nations.
by Michael O. Billington
Indonesia was an easy target for the 1997 blood-letting by currency speculator George Soros and his ilk, the so-called Asian crisis, which was in fact a global crisis which broke out in Asia.
by Rachel Douglas
Nowhere is the insanity of the perpetrators more prominently on display than in Russia—still one of the world’s great nations, and still the possessor of a superpower’s nuclear arsenal.
by Dennis Small
Plunged into bankruptcy, nations are disintegrating and the continent is slated to be dominated by Jacobin mobs and narco-empires.
by Gretchen Small
by Cynthia R. Rush
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Linda de Hoyos
by Rainer Apel
The 36th annual Conference on Security Policy, known as the Wehrkunde conference, featured a sharp contrast between the outlook of the insane British-American-Commonwealth policy grouping, against most of the rest of the world.
“The Social and Political Situation in Russia” was the theme of a seminar at the Institute of Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and coverage in the Moscow weekly Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta.
by Anno Hellenbroich
The Haider case: Who stands to gain from the EU overreaction to the center-right Austrian coalition government?
by Debra Hanania-Freeman
The heavy-handed effort by the Gore apparatus to deny Lyndon LaRouche access to Democratic primary ballots is running into trouble in a number of states, where LaRouche’s campaign has beaten down all obstacles thrown in its way, and has placed the candidate’s name on the ballot. International endorsements of Lyndon LaRouche’s campaign for President.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s opening statement to a Wilmington, Delaware town meeting on Feb. 4, on the eve of state’s primary election.
by Carl Osgood
In this brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and his fellow plaintiffs prove that former Democratic Party National Committee Chairman Donald L. Fowler and co-defendants violated their rights, under the Voting Rights Act of 1965, by refusing to seat delegates pledged to LaRouche at the 1996 Democratic National Convention.