Volume 31, Number 17, April 30, 2004


Southwest Asia: The LaRouche Doctrine  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The immediate subject of my present policy-statement here, is the task of successfully and quickly extracting U.S. military forces back to safety, out of the hopeless Hell-hole of the presently disintegrating U.S. military occupation of Iraq. Neither President Bush, nor Senator Kerry currently, are competent to define a practical approach to the accomplishment of that withdrawal. Nor would even my policy work, were it not presented by the U.S. as my doctrine, as I shall explain here, and the U.S. government were to identify this as their adoption of my doctrine.”

LaRouche Brings Hope As Iraq War Worsens

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

LaRouche Initiatives for Peace in Southwest Asia

A chronology dating back to LaRouche’s April 1975 visit to Baghdad.

LaRouche’s Oasis Plan: Developing the Desert Is the Basis for Peace

by Marcia Merry Baker

Science & Culture

Reductionism As Mental Slavery: When Even Scientists Were Brainwashed  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche examines “the historically specific quality of mass-insanity which has brought the world at large into the presently erupting, global, monetary-financial, economic, and strategic crisis.” He treats the subject from the reference-point of the problems afflicting physical science, with the history of the Fusion Energy Foundation and its role in formulating the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) as his principal case study.


LaRouche Challenges Russian Youth To Assert Leadership

We continue our report on Lyndon LaRouche’s mid-April visit to Moscow, where he addressed a scientific conference at the Vernadsky State Geological Museum of the Russian Academy of Sciences, on the subject of “Science and Our Future: Ideas To Change the World.” He also spoke to student audiences elsewhere.

Russia’s Great Mission Is Asian Development  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech at Moscow State University.

‘Set Fire to Inflammable Material Called Youth’

LaRouche’s remarks at the close of the conference at the Vernadsky State Geological Museum.

Bush, Sharon Change the Rules of the Game

by Dean Andromidas

Will Korea Seize Its ‘1989-Like’ Chance?

by L. Wolfe and Kathy Wolfe

Strategy of Tension

Strategy of Tension: The Case of Italy  

by Claudio Celani

Part 4 of a series on the synarchist destabilization of Italy from the 1960s to the present. This concluding installment focusses on the political operations of the Propaganda-2 freemasonic lodge and SISMI military intelligence service; and the emergence of new fascist parties in the aftermath of the early 1990s “Clean Hands” demolition of the Italian post-war political system.


Beware Rohatyn Reminiscing: A Coast-to-Coast ‘Big MAC’?

by Marcia Merry Baker

Felix Rohatyn is proposing bankers’ dictatorship at a time when cities and states around the United States are losing control of their fiscal situation completely. Analyzes the case of Pennsylvania, especially the city of Pittsburgh, which has lost 16% of its manufacturing jobs in the past four years.

Lazard: Cut Entitlements, Cut Everything

German Central Bank Chief Forced Out

by Rainer Apel

Ernst Welteke announced his resignation as governor of the Bundesbank.


Rove’s Problem: ‘Dump Cheney, or Get Out of Town’

by Jeffrey Steinberg

From Bob Woodward’s book, to the 9/11 Commission’s investigations, the Vice President is becoming increasingly a liability to the Bush re-election effort. When will campaign strategist Karl Rove wake up and smell the bitter coffee?


Bring LaRouche In To Solve Iraq Crisis!