Volume 31, Number 38, October 1, 2004


LaRouche: Defeat Bush-Cheney To Prevent Perpetual War  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A statement issued by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. “A Bush-Cheney re-election by a terrorized, manipulated American electorate would bring on not only perpetual wars all over the planet: It would bring about the biggest economic collapse in modern history.”

In Iraq: The Neo-Con Perpetual War Policy  

by Carl Osgood

A broad spectrum of U.S. military and retired military figures share the view, expressed in the National Intelligence Estimate leaked to the press on Sept. 16, that the Iraq War has already been lost. That war is a deliberate policy, formulated by neo-cons in the Bush Administration, to take the world back to the condition it was in, prior to the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia.

Kerry: Iraq War a Crisis of ‘Historic Proportions’

Israel Primed for Strike Against Iran

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach


Bush/Cheney Have Meant Poverty to Pennsylvania

by Richard Freeman

This EIR physical economic study documents the devastating impact of the current administration’s policies—coming at the end of a 35-year anti-industrial paradigm-shift—in this political “swing” state.

Pennsylvania Hospitals and Healthcare Vanishing

by Mary Jane Freeman

LaRouche: Healthcare As Infrastructure

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

California’s Hospitals Closing, More Cuts Ahead  

by Linda Everett

A City in Need of Shelter

by Richard Freeman

The IMF Is Killing Mexico With Thirst  

by Alberto Vizcarra Osuna

Germany Prepares for an Economic Emergency

by Lothar Komp

Business Briefs


Elections in Saxony Transform German Politics

by Rainer Apel

The “established” national parties lost heavily, as citizens expressed their disgust with the austerity policies coming from Berlin. And the LaRouche movement’sBüSo party gained fivefold over its vote in the prior election.

Who, or What, Is the ‘Islamic Army of Iraq’?

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach and Hussein Askary

Let’s Tell the Truth About Sudan

by Lawrence K. Freeman

There is genocide going on all right, but it is being perpetrated by the West and its financial institutions, which deny sub-Saharan Africa the means of technological development, in order to deliberately reduce its population growth. In this hell of poverty and pestilence, warfare can easily be sparked among local groups—as the British have done for centuries.

Second Front Opened Against Sudan

An interview with Khidir H. Ahmed, the Sudanese Ambassador to the United States.


Khidir H. Ahmed

The Sudanese Ambassador to the United States gives his government’s point of view on the crisis, fomented from abroad.


Democrats At a Turning Point: Kerry Starts Telling the Truth

by Nancy Spannaus

It is Lyndon LaRouche’s assessment that if Kerry keeps up the tough, high-impact, focussed attacks which he began at New York University on Sept. 20, and extends them to the economy, before the Sept. 30 debate with the President, he will finally have his campaign on track to victory.

Tom DeLay’s Cronies: Is ‘the Hammer’ Headed for the Slammer?  

by Harley Schlanger

LaRouche Youth Expose Naderites as Fascists  

Establishment Figures Demand That Candidates Address Pressing Issues

by William Jones

‘The Serious Questions Are Being Ignored’

by Chas Freeman

Ambassador Chas Freeman speaks to the National Council on U.S..Arab Relations.

Toward a Substantive Dialogue of Democracy

by Lee H. Hamilton

Former Congressman Lee Hamilton addresses the Eisenhower National Security Conference.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


LaRouche PAC Testifies to Senate Against Porter Goss

by Debra Hanania Freeman

Testimony submitted by LaRouche representative Debra Hanania Freeman to the hearing of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, opposing the nomination of Porter Goss as director of the CIA.

Goss Hammered for Protecting Cheney

by Michele Steinberg

At the Senate hearing, several Democratic Senators fought hard to get the truth out, but the Committee as a whole still toed the Cheney line, voting to approve the Administration appointment.

A Question for DCI Porter Goss

by Anton Chaitkin

On the strange doings in Lee County, Florida, during the 1980s, while Goss was County Commissioner. A tale of narcotics-smuggling and high-level cover-up.

Book Reviews

The Lessons of the 1932 Democratic Convention for Political Victory Today

by John Ascher

Happy Days Are Here Again: The 1932 Democratic Convention, the Emergence of FDR—and How America Was Changed Forever, by Steve Neal.


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