Volume 33, Number 5, February 3, 2006


The Alito Fight: LaRouche Says ‘No’ to Germany 1933-34  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Lyndon LaRouche issued a statement on Jan. 25, demanding that Senate Democrats rise to the historic occasion and filibuster to defeat the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the U.S. Supreme Court, on the ground that Alito is a Nazi who promotes the judicial outlook of Hitler’s “Crown Jurist,” Carl Schmitt. “To repeat the mistake of Germany in January-February 1933,” LaRouche wrote, “is to take on oneself the guilt for those who were tortured and murdered so mercilessly by the forces of the Hitler whom the relevant leading private bankers brought to power then, and would do the like again today.”

International Media Expose U.S. ‘Schmittlerian’ Revival  

Capitulation to Fascists Can Be Deadly: Take Germany, Spring 1933-August 1934

by Steve Douglas

Exposes the illusions of those who capitulated to Hitler’s seizure of dictatorial power—illusions which we find again in today’s temporizing by leading opponents of fascist jurist Samuel Alito and his misnamed Federalist Society.

Schmitt’s Justification of Hitler’s Blood Purge

by Steve Douglas


Democratic Forum Takes Up Apollo-Style Economic Program  

by Rochelle Ascher

Leading Democrats returned to Washington before the end of the recess, to attend a forum on the “Innovation Agenda,” first presented by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Dec. 2.

Capital Budgeting for Economic Growth: Eisenhower’s National Defense Highway Act  

by Richard Freeman

The idea of a separate Federal Capital Budget to fund generational and multi-generational great projects, discussed by Lyndon LaRouche in last week’s EIR, has been used on a number of occasions in American history, and always achieved remarkable results. An example is President Eisenhower’s National Defense Highway Act.

President Eisenhower: Build America’s Roads

A speech to the Congress on Feb. 22, 1955.


Ford Layoffs Require LaRouche Policy: U.S. Auto Capacity Is ‘Excess’ Until Congress Acts on Retooling  

Two months after its chairman William Ford, III spoke in Washington on the need for an industrial revival in the United States, and diversification in the auto industry, Ford Motor Company announced the layoff of 30,000 North American production workers.

Bill Ford’s Message on Auto  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A Nov. 26, 2005 memorandum.

The Auto Crisis: What LaRouche Said, and What Happened  

LaRouche Open Letter to Bill Ford  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Dated Nov. 23, 2005.

Auto and World Economic Revival  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A follow-up to the Ford letter, dated Nov. 23, 2005.


Kirchner Rallies South America To ‘Build the New Times’

by Dennis Small

“The idea of South America as the Cinderella of the world is over,” said Argentine President Kirchner during a visit to Brazil on Jan. 18. “We don’t want to be the backyard anymore; we want to take an active part in building the new times that await us.”

Documentation: Argentina-Brazil Accord Moves Toward Integration.

Nazi Alito’s Friends Lose in Chile Elections

by Cynthia R. Rush

Negotiations with China, Russia Offer Way Out of Iran Crisis

by Michele Steinberg

Philippines Is Dragged Along in Cheney’s Drive for Fascism

by Michael Billington

Peretz Campaign Offers Israel a Turning Point on Economic Policy

An interview with Danny Gutwein.

One in Four Israelis Is Living in Poverty

by Dean Andromidas


Danny Gutwein

Professor Gutwein teaches the Social and Economic History of the Jewish People at Haifa University in Israel. He is among a group of academics and intellectuals who have been supporters of Labor Party Chairman Amir Peretz.


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel

Stop the Casino Economy!


The World Cannot Survive Without Nuclear Energy