Volume 29, Number 40, October 18, 2002


LaRouche Friend Breaks All Records in Brazil Election Win  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

The landslide victory of Dr. Enéas Carneiro in his bid for a Congressional seat has the international bankers and their media outlets panicked. Dr. Enéas hosted Lyndon LaRouche during the latter’s visit to São Paulo in June, and is famous for demanding “rupture” with the bankrupt International Monetary Fund system.

The IMF Checkmates Itself in Brazil  

by Dennis Small

Dr. Enéas Carneiro: A Citizen Who Chooses To Make History  

by Gretchen Small

Who Is Mr. LaRouche?

by Dr. Enéas Carneiro

Remarks introducing guest LaRouche to the São Paulo City Council chamber audience on June 12, 2002.


Now German Government Must Act on the Economy

by Rainer Apel

Less than two weeks after the Sept. 22 election which returned Gerhard Schröder to the Chancellor’s office, the stock market is crashing, states and municipalities are bankrupt, and many are demanding that the state take leadership to reverse the crisis.

IMF Demands on Japan Spark ‘Asia Crisis II’

by Kathy Wolfe

Trouble Hits Elite Insurance Sector

by John Hoefle

Australia: LaRouche’s CEC Launches Drive for National Bank

by Allen Douglas

Malaysia’s Mahathir: Back to Production, Dump Globalization  

by Gail G. Billington

IMF in Denial of Italy Vote, New Bretton Woods

by Michael Billington

Cracks Show in Housing, Bubble of Last Resort

by Richard Freeman

Port Lockout: Straw To Break Economy’s Back?

by Patricia Salisbury

Unreality Shrouds Russian-American Energy Meeting

by Brian Lantz and Rachel Douglas

Business Briefs


Launching Aggressive War Is a Nuremberg Crime

by Edward Spannaus

The pre-emptive war which President Bush and warhawks in his Cabinet and the civilian leadership of the Pentagon are in the process of launching, violates fundamental principles of international law and treaties to which the United States is a party.

Is Sharon Preparing a New Hebron Massacre?

by Dean Andromidas

Quiet Diplomacy on the ‘Roof of the World’

by Mary Burdman

Italy Pays Tribute to Amelia Boynton Robinson

by Liliana Gorini and Paolo Raimondi

‘American Credibility in Africa Is at Stake’

by Christine Bierre and Esther Abin

An interview with Charles Onana.

Colombia Surrenders War on Narco-Terror, for IMF Promises

by Valerie Rush


Lieberman and Cheney March in the Footsteps of Joe McCarthy  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), founded by Sen. Joseph Lieberman and Dr. Lynne Cheney, has emerged as a new gestapo, to smear anyone opposed to the war on Iraq and other manifestations of the neoconservative brand of universal fascism.

Leading Promoters of the New McCarthyism

Dr. Lynne Cheney and the Pollard Gang

by Michele Steinberg

The Ever-More Electable LaRouche Tells You What You Must Do About the Economy—Now!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

41 Questions to Bush Administration On U.S.-Iraq Relations in the 1980s

by Edward Spannaus

U.S. Generals’ Testimony: ‘Nightmare Scenario’: Urban Combat in Baghdad

by Carl Osgood

Crime in the Senate: McCain, Lieberman, and the Bantustan Casinos

by Anton Chaitkin and Scott Thompson

LaRouche Helping Defeat Nevada Pot Legalization  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Dialogue With LaRouche: Drug Legalization: Who Is Fooling Whom?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Admiral Blair Rebuffs Neocons’ Taiwan Policy

by William Jones

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Charles Onana

Investigative journalist Onana, author of The Secrets of the Rwandan Genocide, was sued, unsuccessfully, by Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

Book Reviews

What Is Rwanda’s Kagame Afraid Of?

by Christine Bierre

Les Secrets du Génocide Rwandais—Enquête sur les Mystères d’un Président (The Secrets of the Rwandan Genocide—Investigation on the Mysteries of a President), by Charles Onana, with Deo Mushayidi.

A Lying Apology for Video Violence

by Don Phau

Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes and Make-Believe Violence, by Gerard Jones.



Leadership Against War and Depression.


It was the Italian Chamber of Deputies that passed a resolution on Sept. 25 in support of “a new financial architecture able to support the real economy and to avoid speculative bubbles and financial crashes.” Italy’s Senate has not yet voted on such a resolution (see EIR’s coverage, Oct. 11, p. 14). In our Oct. 4 issue (p. 4), Giovanni Bianchi, who invoked Lyndon LaRouche’s name during the parliamentary debate, is a Deputy, not a Senator as we reported, due to an editorial error.