Volume 28, Number 49, December 21, 2001


LaRouche Presents Strategic Overview to Indian Audiences  

Lyndon LaRouche has many friends in India, dating back to his wartime service in Calcutta. But this was his first visit to the country in 18 years, occurring amidst a global economic breakdown crisis, and the Anglo-American geopoliticans’ push for a clash of civilizations. His strategic message was received with keen attention by the elites with whom he met.

World in Crisis Needs a New Monetary System  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Lyndon and Helga LaRouche address a seminar at the India International Center, on Dec. 3, in New Delhi.


U.S. Economic Slide Gathered Shock Force Since August  

by Richard Freeman

Richard Freeman documents that the rate of fall went through a phase-shift downward in past four months; LaRouche calls for National Recovery Planning Act

$50 Billion Missing from States’ Budget

by Carl Osgood

Steel Industry Must Build Out of Collapse

by Patricia Salisbury

South Korea’s President, in Europe, Promotes Eurasian ‘Iron Silk Road’

by Kathy Wolfe

Thailand’s Thaksin Draws Wall Street Fire

by Michael Billington


Sharon Now ‘Breakaway Ally’ of U.S., and Must Be Stopped  

by Dean Andromidas

The Israeli Prime Minister’s break of all relations with the Palestinian Authority confirms the warning that Lyndon LaRouche issued on Oct. 12.

What Rabin Knew: Peace Takes The Courage To Change Axioms  

by Harley Schlanger

Yitzhak Rabin, killed by Jewish extremist assassins in 1995, underwent a transformation from his early association with the fascist doctrines of Vladimir Jabotinsky.

‘No Peace Without Justice, No Justice Without Forgiveness’

by Nina Ogden

Pope John Paul II’s notable message for World Peace Day, Jan. 1, 2002.

War’s ‘Serious Impact’ on Pakistan, All Asia

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

An interview with Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg.

What Americans and Saudis Should Know About Each Other and the British Empire

by Hussein al-Nadeem

The little-known story of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s relations with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdul Aziz ibn Abdul Rahman ibn Saud.


Sept. 11 Coverup Cracks: Israeli Spying on U.S. Exposed  

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

Why the revelation now, that many Israelis suspected of espionage have been taken into custody in United States since Sept. 11?

EIR Book on Terrorism Printed in Ibero-America

Skunks Wanted Mideast War From Day One

by Edward Spannaus

Harry Potter as ‘Pokémon II’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Greenspan’s Soul Now Sold to ‘Harry Potter’?

by Donald Phau

U.S. Congress Votes for Clash of Civilizations

by Suzanne Rose

Protests Mount over U.S. Space Station Cuts

by Marsha Freeman

Fall of the House of Fundamentalism

by Art Ticknor

On the fall from grace of three of America’s best-known evangelical preachers, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and Franklin Graham (son, and designated heir of Rev. Billy Graham).


Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg

General Beg is a senior figure in the Pakistani military establishment, having taken over as the Chief of Army Staff after President Gen. Mohammed Zia ul-Haq was killed in an air crash in 1988.



LaRouche Issues a Blunt Warning.