Volume 30, Number 35, September 12, 2003


A Tale of Two Cities: Washington and Sacramento: What the Dickens Is Going On?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Keynote speech to the Labor Day weekend conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees. “Every citizen of the United States has to be concerned about what’s going on in California in these weeks, between now and Oct. 7. They have to be concerned about it! Otherwise, you may have no United States, implicitly, after Oct. 8. That could happen!... What is at stake, is not California. What is at stake is Washington. What is at stake, is the world, because of the danger of nuclear war, if something like Cheney continues to control Washington.”

The Role of Young People In Building a New World Order

by Dr. Chandrajit Yadav

A speech by the chairman of the Centre for Social Justice in New Delhi. “Youth must have a very high vision, a great desire. You should have the courage, and you should have the desire to climb the Everest—the highest mountain peak of the world! You should not fear, that while I’m going to climb, there are too many dangers—there will be a snowstorm; there will be avalanches; there will be so many problems. No! You nurture those feelings of fear—then you can’t do great things.”


To Fix the Shuttle: Change American Culture  

by Marsha Freeman

The report by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board shows that flaws in “NASA’s culture” are actually a reflection of the broader cultural paradigm shift from the values of the early 1960s to today. As Lyndon LaRouche said at the time of the tragic accident, “Blame the bookkeeper mentality.”

Will Germany Revive Nuclear Power?

by Rainer Apel

The power blackouts in the United States, Britain, and Italy, plus the effects of Europe’s recent heat wave, are making Germans question the foolish ban on nuclear energy.

The Phantom Rulers

An interview with Denis Labayle.

Heat Wave: Is French Health-Care System Falling Back to Middle Ages?

by Agnès Farkas


Denis Labayle

Dr. Labayle of Paris is a medical doctor, and author of The Life Before Us: An Investigation of Retirement Homes (1995); and Tempest Over the Hospital (2002).


LaRouche Defends Zayed Centre  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The closing of the Zayed Centre for Coordination and Follow-Up in Abu Dhabi, reports Lyndon LaRouche, “occurred under heavy pressure from elements within the U.S. Bush Administration. Such action by the United States is another piece of idiocy, like the continuing U.S. war in Iraq, which is directly contrary to the current and long-term security interests of my republic, the U.S.A.”

Why the Centre Was Shut Down

Late-Summer Nightmares Shattering Blair Regime

by Mark Burdman

Russia Reacts To Cheney Nuke-War Policy Threat  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

A far-reaching shift is under way in Russian military planning, as a result of the strategic insanity of Dick Cheney’s Bush Administration.

Afghan Opium Wave Ready To Drown the Region

by Ramtanu Maitra

Who Wants Civil and Religious War in Iraq?

by Hussein Askary

An Israeli Hero Calls for Justice

by Michele Steinberg

Sharon’s Time Bombs in the ‘Jewish Underground’

by Dean Andromidas

Neo-Cons’ Allies Out in the Philippines

by Michael Billington


LaRouche Says: Bush Must Purge Neo-Cons Now!

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The fiasco in Administration foreign policy has led to a growing chorus of calls for the entire Iraq effort to be turned over to the United Nations. But without ousting the Cheney-led “war party,” the President will be unable to effect these urgently needed policy changes.

Ahnuld Is Dick Cheney’s Overpriced Geek Act

by Scott Thompson and Jeffrey Steinberg

California gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger is the poster-boy for the policies being peddled by the Vice President and his neo-conservative allies.

LaRouche National Conference Aims To Take Sacramento and Washington

Dymally: Revitalize Democrats

Cheney’s Carpetbaggers: Looking for the Loot at the End of the Tunnel  

by Edward Spannaus


Sophism: Ideology That Destroys Societies and Nations  

by Michael Liebig

A speech by Michael Liebig to the Schiller Institute Summer Academy in Frankfurt, Germany. “The political battle for Athens was lost; but the war, in world historical terms, was won by Socrates and Plato. Because, the ‘youth movement’ that Socrates had built up over more than three decades of teaching, developed an intellectual strength which drove the Sophist ideology onto the defensive and soon discredited it completely.”


Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick

Synarchists Under Fire.


“The Dog Ate the Jobs.”