Volume 31, Number 2, January 16, 2004


Pamphlet Exposes Synarchist Subversion of Both Parties

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The first 200,000 copies of the LaRouche in 2004 campaign report Children of Satan II—The Beast-Men hit cities all across America on Jan. 5. It provides voters with a bill of indictment against Vice President Dick Cheney and other members of his neo-conservative cabal inside the Bush Administration, who used fraud and disinformation to launch the March 2003 Iraq war, and who intend to stage unjust and needless wars across Eurasia.

‘My Rivals Are Like Goldfish in a Bowl’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Mannikin: The Making of Tom DeLay  

by Tony Papert

Dope Czar Soros Bids To Buy Up Democratic Party

by Michele Steinberg and Scott Thompson

LaRouche Campaign Tour Points to NH Primary

by Bonnie James

LaRouche in New Hampshire: Use the FDR Approach To Rebuild the Nation  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s presentation on Jan. 7 to the New England Action Candidates’ Forum in Nashua, sponsored by the New England Community Action Association.


Parmalat and LTCM: Pricking the Big, Big, Big Bubble  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The signs are piling up virtually by the day, that the collapse of the Parmalat bubble may not be a relatively minor, Enron-style debacle; but, a larger version of that type of crisis, of the Long Term Capital Management hedge fund, which already shook the foundations and rafters of the world monetary-financial system during August-September 1998.”

New Year Deepens Dollar Crisis  

Pay Attention to That Man Behind the Curtain

by John Hoefle

Much remains unclear about what actually happened at Parmalat, but it’s a pretty sure bet that it’s another bankers operation.

The Story Behind Parmalat’s Bankruptcy  

by Claudio Celani

Archbishop Endorses New Bretton Woods

by Liliana Gorini

Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, Archbishop of Milan, addresses a conference on “Moral Orientation in Credit and Finance.”

Spirit Rover Makes Successful Mars Landing  

by Marsha Freeman

For Peace in Korea, Put ‘Economy First’

by Kathy Wolfe

Science & Technology

Fighting the Red-Hunters at the Dawn of the Atomic Age

by Ted Rockwell

After the unnecessary atomic bombing of Japan by Harry Truman, Trumanism as “McCarthyism” also hit the atomic scientists and engineers. From a new book by veteran Oak Ridge nuclear engineer Ted Rockwell.


Has the Narco-Terrorism Lobby Been Stymied in Colombia?

by Valerie Rush

The arrest of FARC leader Ricardo Palmera, a.k.a. commander “Simón Trinidad,” is a strategic setback to the plans of those financial interests that seek to foist an agenda of power-sharing talks with the FARC, and ultimately drug legalization, on the Alvaro Uribe government. But to achieve success in the war on narco-terror demands a change in economic policy.

SAARC Summit: South Asia Wants To Get Its House in Order

by Ramtanu Maitra

In Memoriam: K.R. Ganesh: LaRouches Lose a Friend; I’ve Lost an Advisor

by Ramtanu Maitra

A Memory of K.R. Ganesh

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

IDF Shootings Spark Resistance in Israel

by Dean Andromidas

Why the Washington Post Hates Thailand’s Thaksin

by Michael Billington


‘Leak-Gate’ Escalates: All Roads Lead to Cheney

by Edward Spannaus

Recent developments in the Justice Department’s investigation into the illegal disclosure of the identity of CIA undercover operative Valerie Plame, are very bad news for Dick Cheney. And, a report by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has found that “Administration officials systematically misrepresented the threat from Iraq’s WMD [weapons of mass destruction] and ballistic missile programs.”

Campaign 2004: Where They Stand  

The third in a series. Ten Democratic candidates compared on “Military Policy: Defense of the Nation in a Time of Global Economic Crisis.”

Book Review

The Puzzle of Wesley Clark

by Tony Papert

Winning Modern Wars and Waging Modern War, by Gen. Wesley K. Clark.


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel

Elites Begin New Year in Denial.


Terror Threat is Synarchist.