Volume 31, Number 14, April 9, 2004


Will Americans Re-Elect Their Dumbest President?

His Only Endearing Young Charm  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The leading political issue of 2004—after the onrushing depression, that is—is the question: are the U.S. voters so silly that they would re-elect a President whose one and only endearing charm, is that he is rightly perceived, more or less world-wide, as the dumbest man in the history of the Oval Office?”

Clarke Makes the Case: Vulcans Control Dumb Bush  

by Edward Spannaus

Beyond the media’s “al-Qaeda or Iraq?” headlines, counter-terrorism official Richard Clarke’s book and words show a President under the neo-cons’ spell and control, particularly that of a vice president with power no vice president has had before.

Cheney: He Can Run, But He Can’t Hide  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Ahmad Chalabi’s Bay of Goats  

by Michele Steinberg

Are Sharon’s Troubles Harbinger for Bush?

by Michele Steinberg and Nancy Spannaus

European Governments Falling Left and Right

by Rainer Apel

American Culture

We Must Exit the Suicide Club: How the Counterculture Ushered in Fascism

by Michelle Lerner

Michelle Lerner of the LaRouche Youth Movement investigates the perverse character of American society, as seen through “Industrial Music” and other Satanic expressions that emerged out of the Futurists, Theodor Adorno, and Aldous Huxley.

Strategic World Map

Synarchist ‘Strategy of Tension’ and Terror

U.S. ‘Reform’ Sabotages Arab League Summit

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Taiwan: Election Stolen To Provoke a Crisis?

by Leni Rubinstein

Kirchner Walks Into Trap Of Argentine Synarchists

by Cynthia R. Rush

France: Neo-Cons’ ‘Perben Law’ Is Police-State Step

by Christine Schier

Strategy of Tension

Terror’s Legacy: Schacht, Skorzeny, Allen Dulles  

by Michael Liebig

Part 1 of a series by Michael Liebig, investigating the Synarchist financial oligarchy, which, under conditions of economic and financial crisis, intends to establish a permanent “state of emergency” managed by authoritarian, or even fascist, forms of government.

Strategy of Tension: The Case of Italy  

by Claudio Celani

Part 3 of a series by Claudio Celani, following the trail from the assassination of former Prime Minister Aldo Moro in 1978, through the Bologna train station bombing of 1980. Why is it that the real culprits have never been brought to justice?


Is ‘History’s First Global Property Bust’ Coming Soon?

by Lothar Komp

Representing a combined financial asset value of roughly $50 trillion in the OECD countries—for the moment holding up a private debt mountain of similar dimensions— the housing market has the potential to bring down the whole system.

Ohio Is ‘Devastated’ by Industry Shutdown

An interview with O. Mays.

LaRouche: Restore Midwest ‘Production Capability’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


National Move Under Way: ‘Bring in LaRouche,’ Say Dems In Pennsylvania, South Dakota  

LaRouche: The Agenda From Now to Convention

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Remarks to a press conference in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Rep. James: LaRouche Needed at the Convention

FEC Reports Show Kerry, LaRouche Two-Way Race

by Anita Gallagher

‘The Cycle of Violence Is Going To Be Accelerated’ in the Mideast

An interview with Gen. Anthony Zinni (ret.)

Time for an Israel Accountability Act

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

Book Reviews

The Ugly History of The Cheney Warmongers

by William Jones

The Rise of the Vulcans: the History of Bush’s War Cabinet, by James Mann.


O. Mays

The President of the East Cleveland City Council tells how his city has been turned from part of the “rubber capital of the world,” and a leading steel producer, to a shell of its former self.

Gen. Anthony Zinni (ret.)

General Zinni was from 1997-2000, Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Central Command. He has participated in presidential diplomatic missions to Somalia, Pakistan, and Ethiopia-Eritrea and was the U.S. Peace Envoy to the Middle East.



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