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Volume 31, Number 23, June 11, 2004

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LaRouche: Bankrupt Speculators With $25 Per Barrel Oil  

by Richard Freeman and John Hoefle

The candidate emphasizes that $40, or higher, oil is not the product of a shortage of production, OPEC actions, or other cover stories, but of speculation using the extra “take” to hold the financial system together. EIR’s economics staff shows that’s true.

Oil Politics Central to Cheney Task Force  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The Buildup of Strategic Oil Reserves  

by Lothar Komp

LaRouche: Bring Oil Inflation Under Control  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Presidential candidate’s policy memo statement of Sept. 19, 2000, which he re-emphasized on May 29, 2004 as the means of breaking the hyperinflationary speculation.

The Middle East as a Strategic Crossroad  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s presentation on oil and economic development policy, to the Zayed Centre for Coordination and Follow-up in Dubai, May 26, 2002.


Administration Coming Unstuck, Cheney’s in Worst Shape of All  

An indicator of how badly the Administration is coming unglued was the June 3 resignation of Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet, who had served at CIA for seven years, under Presidents Clinton and Bush “43.” The best readings, from qualified sources, suggest Tenet wasn’t pushed—he jumped.

War Crime Prosecutions: What the White House Fears  

by Edward Spannaus

Beware of ‘Credible Intelligence’  

by Ray McGovern

A column by a leader of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.

Justice Department Convicts Padilla in the Press  

by Edward Spannaus

LaRouche: Kerry Is a Loser Unless Dems Open Convention  

by Nancy Spannaus

‘With Our Constitution, We as a Nation Have a Special Mission’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A May 22 presentation to campaign supporters meeting in Teaneck, New Jersey.


In Bremer’s Iraq, Democracy Is Hatched in a Coup  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The new Iraqi interim government was put in place through a process which can be characterized as a coup—against the United Nations and its special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi, who had been tasked to help form a government.

Saudi Paper: Land-Bridge Is Associated With LaRouche  

An important article in the Saudi weekly Al-Jazira.

Brazil-China Relations a Cooperative ‘Paradigm’  

by Gretchen Small

Transcaucasus: Keeping ‘the Gun On the Wall’  

by Roman Bessonov

“A game with fire on a powderkeg is racing ahead before the complacent eyes of the progressive world community, which will later scream with horror at an explosion of regional warfare—though it is still possible to avert that.”

Synarchism and World War: How London and Wall St. Backed Japan’s War Against China  

by Michael Billington

The British and their J.P. Morgan allies battled to stop Sun Yat Sen, modern China’s founder, for years before Versailles; and after Versailles they backed Japan’s war against China and against Dr. Sun’s Nationalists, to within a few years of Pearl Harbor.

Italian Senators Demand U.S. Lift 9/11 Secrecy  

by Paolo Raimondi

Book Review

Churchill, Beast-Man Architect of Anglo-American Imperialism  

by Stuart Rosenblatt

Winston Churchill: A Study in Greatness, by Geoffrey Best.


The LaRouche Factor  

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