Volume 29, Number 45, November 22, 2002


Heading for Argentine Blow-Out, Mexicans Call in LaRouche

by Gretchen Small

Knowing their country’s existence is on the line, some Mexicans decided the time had come to break Wall Street’s 20-year ban on allowing U.S. statesman LaRouche to visit Mexico, so that they could discuss what is to be done directly, with the world-renowned economist.

New Alternatives in the Face of the End of Globalization

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech to the Autonomous University of the State of Coahuila. “The IMF is dead, in its present form,” he said. “If it succeeds, it dies. If it fails, it dies. This gives you an indication of what we’ve described as a systemic crisis, as opposed to people who study the statistical phenomenon called boom-bust cycles.... We do not face a cyclical crisis; we face a systemic crisis.”

‘Stiglitz Doesn’t Understand Economy’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

‘If Brazil Goes Down, So Does Wall Street’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Television newscaster Hector Benavides, of Monterrey, interviews LaRouche.

A Commander Must Think of the General Welfare

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From LaRouche’s press conference in Saltillo.


The Next Generations  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Under conditions of systemic crisis,” LaRouche writes, “individuals who can not put themselves willfully at risk for humanity, can never be trusted in the most crucial positions of political authority.”

Power vs. Energy: The Difference Between Dynamis and Energeia  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum


Bankrupt States Need LaRouche’s ‘Super-TVA’

by Paul Gallagher

In the first four months of Fiscal Year 2003, U.S. states already project budget deficits of $50 billion—more than the total deficits for FY 2002 as a whole. LaRouche’s emergency proposal for a “Super-TVA,” modelled on Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Tennessee Valley Authority, can create directed credit for infrastructure and jobs, as the keystone for recovery.

Latest Greenspan-Fed Rate Cut Will Backfire

by Richard Freeman

Bank War: Japan Asserts Interests, But ‘No’ Is Not Enough

by Kathy Wolfe

Germany: Revenue Crisis Brings Worse Budget-Cut Folly

by Rainer Apel

Here, Mr. Chancellor, Is How You Can Lead the Economy Out of the Crisis

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

An open letter to German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder.


Did Wolfowitz Blow CIA Secret To Set Up the President?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Deputy Secretary of State Paul Wolfowitz, a leading proponent of unilateral pre-emptive war, boasted publicly of the U.S. assassination of an alleged terrorist in Yemen. Wolfowitz’s actions have jeopardized cooperation with scores of governments, whose collaboration is vital to any effective—and legal—counterterror campaign.

Sanctions Against North Korea Infuriate U.S. Allies, Risk War  

by Kathy Wolfe

UN Iraq Resolution Sign of a Global Change

The Security Council agreement to UN resolution 1441, clearing the way for international inspections in Iraq, and Saddam Hussein’s acquiescence to that resolution, may, in the new political situation following the U.S. elections, create an opening to prevent a catastrophic war.

Australian Raids and American Assassinations

by Michael Billington

The Burrell Affair: British Royals’ Debacle

by Mark Burdman

International Intelligence


Wall St. Looters Spark D.C., National Health-Care Crisis

by Edward Spannaus

A Wall Street-sponsored financial scam which has been looting hospitals and health-care institutions for years, has now reached the end of the line, and is triggering bankruptcies of health-care providers nationwide, and endangering the lives of thousands of patients across the country.

LaRouche on Election, and His Candidacy

‘Non-Core’ Army Jobs May Be Privatized

by Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood



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