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Volume 28, Number 6, February 9, 2001

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Look At What Happened in Brazil  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

It is not some particular deeds of the British monarchy’s representatives, which are the determining consideration in the pattern of events addressed in this report; the threatened evil comes from that monarchy’s intention, or, one might say, the orbit of that monarchy’s history, an intention which, as the great Carl Gauss proved Kepler’s method for the case of the asteroid Ceres, is merely expressed by the recent developments in Brazil and Australia. Appendix: WWF’s October 2000 Brief.


Halt Energy Speculation Before It Shuts Down the Nation  

by John Hoefle

Those who told you that deregulation would lower your electric bills were, in fact, just flat-out lying. Even in states where short-term price cuts were written into the deregulation laws, the manipulation of natural gas prices will end the honeymoon quickly.

Thousands More Job Cuts Hit U.S. Economy  

by Marcia Merry Baker

We Told You So: The LaRouche Record of Economic Forecasts, Fall 1999-Election 2000  

Bush’s ‘Faith-Based’ Policy Returns United States to Feudalism  

by Marianna Wertz

Building Trades Defeat Welfare-to-Work Program  

Including an interview with Will Collette.

Business Briefs  


Will Collette  

A spokesman for the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL-CIO, discusses workfare in New York.


LaRouche in Sudan: ‘Peace Through Economic Progress’  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Lyndon and Helga LaRouche joined African political leaders for a conference in Khartoum, on Jan. 14-17, co-sponsored by Sudan’s Ministry of Information and Culture, the Centre for Strategic Studies of Sudan, EIR, and the Schiller Institute. The theme was “Peace Through Development along the Nile Valley in the Framework of a New, Just World Economic Order.” This first installment of our report, is the panel on “Peace Through Development, Foundation for a Dialogue Among Civilizations.”

Dialogue Among Cultures: The Road To Peace  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

History of the Peace Process in Sudan  

by Amin Hassan Omer

Amin Hassan Omer is editor-in-chief of the Sudanese daily Al-Anba.

Toward a Dialogue Among Civilizations  

by Dr. Tagilsir Maghoub

Dr. Maghoub is Secretary General of Sudan’s National Fund for State Support.

The Cultural Basis for a Peace Policy  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The Lessons To Be Learned from Nigeria  

by Prof. Ode Ojuwo

Prof. Ojuwo is from the Center for Development Studies, Jos University, Nigeria.

Cut Down the Number of Outside Actors  

by Mogus T. Michael

Mogus T. Michael is vice president of the Ethiopia International Institute for Peace and Development.

Discussion: The Most Important Topic Is Development  

Concluding Remarks: The Crisis of Leadership  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Globalization’s Footsoldiers Meet at ‘Anti-Davos’ Fest  

by Silvia Palacios and Cynthia R. Rush

Global speculator and drug legalizer George Soros inadvertently, but truthfully, admitted that Davos and “anti-Davos” are “the two faces of globalization.” A report on the World Social Forum gathering in Pôrto Alegre, Brazil.

Teddy Goldsmith: The Portrait of an Eco-Fascist  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Scott Thompson

Goldsmith was a key player at the “anti-Davos” summit in Pôrto Alegre.

Counter Suit Filed Against Lying WWF  

by Gretchen Small

The French Establishment Is Self-Destructing  

by Mark Burdman


LaRouche Democrats Lead Resistance to Bush Fascist Push  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Despite the shameful capitulation of the Senate Democrats to the nomination of John Ashcroft as Attorney General, the base of the Democratic Party and major portions of the trade union movement were activated by the massive call-up and lobbying campaign by LaRouche supporters.

Bush to California: Drop Dead!  

by Marsha Freeman

The President and his team made it clear there will be no further Federal intervention to prevent a total catastrophe in California, while the energy crisis quickly spreads to surrounding states in the Northwest.

Book Reviews

The Other ‘Moscow on the Hudson’  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Red Mafiya: How the Russian Mob Has Invaded America, by Robert I. Friedman.


Report from Germany  

by Rainer Apel

China Deal Gives New Push for Transrapid.

Africa Report  

by Linda de Hoyos

Congo’s New President Comes to Washington.


Who Wants a War in the Middle East?

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