Volume 29, Number 20, May 24, 2002


Toward Economic Recovery, Not Perpetual Warfare

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

For days after LaRouche’s May 1 webcast, questions continued to pour into the Democratic pre-candidate’s website by e-mail, from all over the world. However different the questions seemed, many, as he pointed out to one Macedonian, “are all asking, each in his, or her own way: What chance is there for the survival of civilizations, under the conditions defined by worsening trends in U.S. domestic and foreign policies since Sept. 11, 2001?” Here is a selection of the ongoing dialogue.


Danger for the Dollar  

by Lothar Komp

As the history of all speculative bubbles has shown, trying to let a little air out, just a bit, has never been very successful. It is quite probable that the bubble will burst with a loud splat, causing the dollar to lose one-quarter or even one-third of its value within a few weeks or months.

States’ Officials Dream On as Revenues Vanish

by Mary Jane Freeman

Miss Enron and Senator Shylock: The Corrupt Saga of Wendy and Phil Gramm

by John Hoefle

Mass Opposition Grows To Peru’s Privatizations

by Sara Madueño

Argentina at ‘Limits Of What’s Bearable’

by Mariano Salazar and Alejandro Lezcano

Colombia: Leading Candidate Uribe Nearly Killed: Cui Bono?

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla

Jabotinsky Wrecked Zionists’ Hope for ‘Water for Peace’ in Mideast

by Steven Meyer

The first in a series detailing how the British oligarchy deployed Zionism’s Hitler admirer to sabotage a bi-national Arabic-Jewish state in Palestine, with advanced industry, water development, and science.


Utopians Bringing On ‘War of Miscalculation’ in South Asia

by Mary Burdman

However great the danger of spreading war in the South Asian Subcontinent, the drive for war is not indigenous to India-Pakistan rivalries, or Nepalese Maoists’ anti-monarchism: These flames, aimed at breaking up a potential Russia-India-China “strategic triangle,” come from Anglo-American geopolitics.

Pakistan: Musharraf’s Referendum May Benefit U.S.

by Ramtanu Maitra

Most Israelis Want a Palestinian State  

by Dean Andromidas

German Citizens Demand Bans on Killer Games

by Alexander Hartmann

Violent Video Games Reward Children for Killing People  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche interviews Lt. Col. David Grossman (ret.).

France After Election Is Calm Before the Storm

by Christine Bierre

‘Anti-Semitic Europe’ Myths from Washington

by Mark Burdman

U.S., Iran Strategies Compete in Central Asia

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach


The Northern Command: Crossing the Rubicon  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche refers to the “probably illegal” creation of a U.S. “Northern Command” to include the United States, Canada, and Mexico, as “a preparation for the Pentagon to cross the Potomac one morning, to place the U.S. Attorney-General and his minions in power, reducing the President himself to a ceremonial, or even lesser figure in the configuration.” The historic parallel is to Julius Caesar’s taking the Roman legions across the Rubicon and on into Rome, as the beginning of that empire’s inevitable decline into barbarity over the next several centuries.

‘Bolton Threatens To Satisfy All the Whores of Havana’

A statement by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lieberman’s Alliance with McCain Is an Alliance with the Desert Mob

by Edward Spannaus

Is Netanyahu Plotting Terror Inside the U.S.?

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Lt. Col. David Grossman  

Colonel Grossman is a former U.S. Army Ranger and author of two books exposing how violent movies, television, and video games are giving children who have never handled a weapon “the will and the skill to kill.” He was interviewed by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in the wake of the worst outbreak of youth violence in Germany, the April 26 school shootings in Erfurt.



Another Break with “Free Trade” Rules.