Volume 29, Number 32, August 23, 2002


For Citizens Who Enjoy Thinking: Why My Candidacy Is Unique  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A statement issued by Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign committee. “More and more people, both ordinary citizens and institutional figures, from around the world, are now looking to me for guidance on dealing with problems for which they can offer no clear solution. Fortunately, I know enough of the answer to such questions, to show how we can survive the present monetary-financial collapse. I do not have complete answers, but enough to get us through the emergency, and give us time and freedom to attack the remainder of the immediate issues.”


Airlines Bankrupt: When Will Government Step In?  

by Anita Gallagher

Most Americans had no idea, when they accepted airline deregulation, that they were going back to the early ages of air travel. But they were warned—by Lyndon LaRouche and EIR—and that is exactly what they are getting.

Why Otto Reich Rushed Down to Rio

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

The Brazil visit of the U.S. Undersecretary of State for Inter-American Affairs was prompted by indications of a potential continent-wide resistance to the austerity policies of the International Monetary Fund.

Italy To ‘Nationalize’ EU Economic Policy  

by Claudio Celani

Cabinet members are calling for a review of the European Union’s misnamed Stability Pact, with its 3% cap on the public budget deficit. Without government spending on priority projects in the national interests, they correctly argue, there can be no solution to the onrushing financial crisis.

Colombia: Uribe Attacks Terror, But Must Move Economy

by Valerie Rush

Global Crisis Heats Up Russia’s Policy Fights

by Rachel Douglas

Science & Technology

‘Man Improves the Universe,’ U.A.E. Conference Affirms

At a seminar in Abu Dhabi, LaRouche collaborators Jonathan Tennenbaum and Dino de Paoli joined an international panel of experts to discuss “Man’s Role in Developing the Universe.”

Relationship of Ecology And Economics: Can Man Improve the Planet?

by Jonathan Tennenbaum, Ph.D.

Man: A Unique Guarantor for the Earth’s Future

by Dino de Paoli


Brig. Gen. James B. Smith

General Smith is the officer in charge of the Millennium Challenge 2002 joint forces experiment of the U.S. armed forces, based at the Joint Warfare Center in Suffolk, Virginia.



LaRouche’s Agenda for Economic Recovery.


Perle War Party Reeling From Murawiec Exposé  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The diatribe against Saudi Arabia delivered at the Defense Policy Board meeting on July 10, by Rand Corp. lunatic Laurent Murawiec, has set off an international uproar. Although intended in part to tar LaRouche with Murawiec’s long-ago association with EIR, the operation is backfiring. The question now is, why hasn’t Richard Perle been fired?

Saudi Diplomat Rejects Iraq War, Ridicules Rand Corp. Provocation

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Major Saudi Coverage Shows LaRouche Role

by Hussein Askary

New Rabin Option for Israel, or Another War?

by Dean Andromidas

The candidacy of Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna for leadership of the Labor Party offers hope for a country whose political fabric is disintegrating.

Sharon’s ‘Squadristi’ Launch Anti-Arab Pogrom

by Dean Andromidas

U.S. Report Finds Human Disaster in Palestine

by Mary Jane Freeman and Dean Andromidas

The U.S. Agency for International Development report concludes that a “humanitarian emergency” exists in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.


John McCain: Are His Backers Out of Prison?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg, Richard Freeman, and Anton Chaitkin

With the exception of Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s ties to hedge fund bandit Michael Steinhardt, no American politician is as beholden to organized crime as John McCain, the senior Senator from Arizona and would-be 2004 “Bull Moose” spoiler candidate for the Presidency.

Bush Administration Readies Detention Camps

by Edward Spannaus

Iraq ‘Opposition’ Is Full of Minuses for War

by William Jones

D.C. General Hospital Now Focus of Mayor Race

by Edward Spannaus

Transforming the Military for The Clash of Civilizations

by Carl Osgood

Under Donald Rumsfeld’s leadership, the Pentagon is being retooled for utopian warfare, following the script of Samuel Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations.”

The New Face of War In the 21st Century

An interview with Brig. Gen. James B. Smith.