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Volume 27, Number 31, August 11, 2000

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Patrizia Toia  

Hon. Patrizia Toia is Italy’s Minister for Parliamentary Relations.

Giovanni Bianchi  

Hon. Giovanni Bianchi, a Member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament, is the main speaker for the law which says that Italy will cancel $6 billion of the bilateral debt owed to it by the poorest countries of the world.

Renee Ascher  

Renee Ascher, a spokesperson for the Service Employees International Union inWashington, D.C., discusses “The Health Security for All Americans Act.”


Australia Dossier  

by Robert Barwick

“Lucky Country” Torn into Two Nations.


Since Super Tuesday.


Politicians Fiddle While Financial Architecture Burns  

by William Engdahl

Around the world, the alarm bells are ringing, warning of the worst financial collapse in centuries. Some are speaking of an “October Surprise”—but it’s only going to surprise those who have been foolish enough to believe Wall Street and London’s lies.

Italians Look to a New Bretton Woods  

by Liliana Gorini

Unchecked Free Trade Damages Development  

An interview with Patrizia Toia.

Russian Paper Notes Italian Steps Toward New Bretton Woods  

Extinguish the Cancer Destroying the Economy  

An interview with Giovanni Bianchi.

Poor Nations Must Act for a New Bretton Woods  

Germany’s Tax Reform Is a Lethal Attack on ‘Rhenish Capitalism’  

by Rainer Apel

Exhaustion: Russia’s Precious Senior Intelligentsia Is Under Threat  

by Konstantin Cheremnykh

Report on the terrible toll being taken by the collapse of health and living standards.

Business Briefs  


Millions Died Because LaRouche’s Warnings on AIDS Were Ignored  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

In 1974, and again in 1983-86, Lyndon LaRouche launched campaigns to defeat the evolving global biological holocaust, brought on by the policies of oligarchical institutions. LaRouche’s warnings were ignored, and he was slandered, vilified, and, ultimately, thrown in jail, by agents of that oligarchy. As a result, tens of millions of people have died unnecessarily. In this section, we look at the AIDS catastrophe, which can still be reversed.

Poverty Causes AIDS: The Actual Message of the Durban Conference  

by Paul Gallagher

HIV-AIDS Can Be Stopped!  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The changes needed in public health, medical, and science policies to stop the spread of AIDS.

The Mass-Murderers Behind the AIDS Cover-Up  

by Michele Steinberg

A timeline.

Why Al Gore Does Not Fight AIDS Holocaust  

by Scott Thompson

Maurice Strong, Gore, and Malthusian Genocide  

by Scott Thompson

Where Do We Attach the Head?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Until a fundamentally new approach is taken to scientific work, there is no way the AIDS epidemic can be effectively countered.


Fujimori Bucks Wall Street, Tells Peru, ‘People Come First’  

by Gretchen Small

Entering his third term, and riding a wave of popular support that Wall Street and London were unable to crush, Peru’s President has announced that his top priority is to bring economic infrastructure and development into every part of the country.

Documentation: Excerpts from President Fujimori’s inaugural speech.

Korean Breakthroughs Strengthen Land-Bridge  

by Mary Burdman

Bomb Not Ruled Out in Concorde Crash  

by Dean Andromidas

No plausible explanation has emerged for the crash, which comes as France is challenging Anglo-American policy.

Concorde Crash Comes as France Bucks the British  

by Jacques Cheminade

A statement by Jacques Cheminade, President of the Solidarité et Progrès, the French co-thinkers of Lyndon LaRouche.

The Multiple Personalities of Italy’s Premier Giuliano Amato  

by Claudio Celani

The British oligarchy is activating all its agents to prevent an Italian break with Anglo-American policy.

In Memoriam: Brazil’s Barbosa Lima Sobrinho, a Bridge to the American System  

by Silvia Palacios

International Intelligence  


Al Hitler and Maledetto Busholini  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“How could this nation have come to the point, that the only visible ‘front-runners’ for U.S. President are not merely emotional and intellectual cripples unsuited even to understand the crisis looming before them, but are hide-bound fascists in the strictest definition of those terms?”

Republicans’ Staged Media Event Will Drive Sane Voters Out  

by Nancy Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

The sheer inanity of the Republican Party Convention in Philadelphia, soon to be matched by the Democratic Party in Los Angeles, may turn voters to a Third Party option, especially once the financial collapse strikes full-force.

Democrats’ Revolt Against Gore Breaks Into the Open  

by Debra Hanania Freeman

At the Party Platform Committee meeting in Cleveland, even those who came begging for minor alterations in the Platform were beaten down with a mailed fist.

As Uninsured Numbers Grow, Drive Opens for Universal Coverage  

by Marianna Wertz

Congressional Democrats and the Service Employees International Union are pushing “The Health Security for All Americans Act.”

We Need Health Insurance That People Can Rely On  

An interview with Renee Ascher.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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