Volume 28, Number 28, July 27, 2001


China-Russia-India: A New Step for the ‘Survivors Club’  

by Rainer Apel and Paul Gallagher

Ignore what Zbigniew Brzezinski says about the new Russia-China friendship treaty: The Moscow summit was a very significant step toward creation of a “survivors club” of nations against the global economic collapse, and toward the building of the Eurasian land-bridges of economic infrastructure.

Productive Triangle to Eurasian Land-Bridge  

How an idea became history: a chronology of the interventions by Lyndon LaRouche, and actions by Eurasian nations, which are making the Eurasian Land-Bridge a reality.


Frantic Schemes Can’t Save Argentina’s Unpayable Debt  

by Gretchen Small

What really has London and Wall Street biting their nails, is that a default on Argentina’s $212 billion in debt, could bring down the whole she-bang, and vindicate Lyndon LaRouche’s forecasts.

Turkey in Hyperinflation  

by William Engdahl

Russians Anticipate Dollar and Bush Crash

by Rachel Douglas

The Central Bank’s decision to put the gold chervonets coin into circulation, is intended to attract Russians’ savings out of the dollar.

Brazil’s ‘Wall of Money’ Is Collapsing

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action

Houston cartel energy policy proceeds.

How LaRouche Fought New York’s Fascist Financial Dictatorship, 1975-82  

by Richard Freeman

What Lazard Frères banker Felix Rohatyn did to New York City in the 1970s, is the model for what the financier oligarchy has in mind for American cities today.


V.I. Vernadsky and the Transformation of the Biosphere  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A lecture by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. on June 28 to the Lebedev Institute of Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the dialogue with Russian scientists which followed it.

LaRouche’s Method: ‘Victory over Entropy’

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The Russian weekly Zavtra headlines its report on LaRouche’s views, “In the Image of God—LaRouche’s Physical Economy as the Victory over Entropy.”

Memories of Taras V. Muranivsky (Feb. 3, 1935-July 17, 2000)

by Felix Belelyubsky

An appreciation of the late president of the Moscow Schiller Institute of Science and Culture, by Russian scientist and journalist Felix Belelyubsky.

Science & Technology

Dr. Markl’s Great Bioethical Offensive vs. Human Dignity

by Gabriele Liebig

According to Max Planck Society head Hubert Markl, bioethics demands cutting the human race by two-thirds, for which he offers a host of recipes.

Documentation: From speeches and interviews by Hubert Markl; from the “Berlin Address” of German President Johannes Rau; commentary from the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.


A Post-Sharon Nuclear Armageddon Plot?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Lyndon LaRouche has issued a warning: Some powerful desperadoes within very influential Anglo-American circles, now appear to be planning a detonator for a nuclear war within the entire Middle East region, and beyond.

Israel’s Sharon Still Calculating on War

by Dean Andromidas

Sanctions on Iraq Aren’t So ‘Smart’

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

First India-Pakistan Talks Yield Little

by Ramtanu Maitra

Anglo-Americans To Push Zimbabwe into Civil War

by Dean Andromidas

Drug Legalization Mania Seizes British Elites

by Mark Burdman

Book Reviews

Peter Singer: Another Promoter of ‘Humanicide’

by Mark Burdman

A review of Writings on an Ethical Life, by Peter Singer.

For Kissinger, Economic Crisis Demands War

by Mark Burdman

Does America Need a Foreign Policy?: Toward a Diplomacy for the 21st Century, by Henry Kissinger.


Gore Dems Flee Crisis, Fight LaRouche’s Leadership

by Debra Hanania Freeman

Since the Jeffords shift, Gore Democrats have squandered the opportunity to lead, out of fear of Lyndon LaRouche’s influence.

New Democrats Join the Moral Majority

by Scott Thompson

It’s Past Time To Repeal the 1997 Balanced Budget Act

by Richard Freeman

States’ Revenues Fall As Economy Plummets

by Mary Jane Freeman

Hague Rules vs. U.S. in Death Penalty Case

by Marianna Wertz

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood



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