Volume 30, Number 2, January 17, 2003


Reviewing an Original Discovery: Believing Is Not Necessarily Knowing  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The survival of civilization depends upon the success of those among us who take the lead in rejecting, and seeking to overturn, very soon, the pathetic body of popular opinion that has brought humanity to the brink of an almost certain collapse into a prolonged new dark age. “The presently developing international youth movement,” LaRouche writes, “whose specific qualities are referenced by this report, is a crucial factor in that effort for reeducation.”


January Crisis: Global Economy Is ‘Like a Heart Patient in Fibrillation’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A statement on the Jan. 4 “LaRouche Show,” an Internet radio program.

Bush Waves a ‘Stimulus’ At an Economic Breakdown

by Richard Freeman

Maglev Launch in China Revives Germans’ Plans

by Rainer Apel

Germany Needs To Build The Eurasian Land-Bridge

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

From a speech to a forum in Peru on Dec. 27, 2002.

New York City’s Crisis Demands ‘Super TVA’

by Mary Jane Freeman

Medical Malpractice Meltdown Preventable

by Linda Everett

Business Briefs


Why Saudi Arabia Resists the Drive for Utopian War  

by Hussein Askary

In the strategic context of Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic effort to prevent war against Iraq, the emergence of a small “Uncle Tom brigade” of Arab and Muslim Baby Boomers, focussing its fire against Lyndon LaRouche, assumes particular interest.

Opposition to Iraq War ‘Won’t Go Away’

by Michele Steinberg

‘Before You Send A Single Briton To Die’  

by Tam Dalyell

An open letter to British Prime Minister Tony Blair by a Member of Parliament.

‘Iraq Coup’ Plan Masks Chaos: Stop the War!

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Ariel Sharon Is Israel’s ‘Godfather’

by Dean Andromidas

Commonwealth’s Imperial Crowd Targets Indonesia

by Michael Billington

International Intelligence


Rangel’s Military Draft Bill Ruffles Hawks’ Feathers  

by Michele Steinberg

Two senior members of the Congressional Black Caucus have taken off the gloves against the utopian faction in Washington, those who would send U.S. troops to a senseless, imperial war—other people’s sons and daughters, but not their own.

Rumsfeld Revives Vietnam-Era ‘Phoenix’ Assassination Teams

by Edward Spannaus

National News



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