Volume 33, Number 48, December 1, 2006


Julian Huxley’s Baby Boomers: The Little Lords of the Unzipped Flies  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. takes up the theme of Sir Julian’s work on the subject of “neoteny,” in which a certain lower species spins off a variety which does not develop into the normal adult phase, but reproduces itself sexually in the childhood phase of what had been the parent species’ standard metagenesis.

“Some might to wish to think of an image of twins copulating and reproducing within the womb,” LaRouche writes.

“Copulation among co-inhabitants of the particular womb, is not exactly what happened to the post-World War II ‘Baby Boomer’ generation, but, in a certain sense, the idea is a provocatively relevant near miss. This is key for understanding what is recognizable as ‘The Baby Boomer’ syndrome in both North America and western and central Europe today.”


Cheney Escalates Lunatic War Drive Against Iran  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The climate is being set for an Israeli military raid on Iran’s purported nuclear weapons sites, which would lead to a mobilization of support for a larger attack on Iran, involving the United States and other nations—with the quiet backing of Sunni Arab regimes, which are being stampeded by the Cheneyacs in Washington into this suicidal stance.

Murder of Gemayal Targets Iran, Escalates Crisis in Lebanon

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

López Obrador Inaugurated as Mexico’s ‘Legitimate President’

by Cynthia R. Rush

Ibero-America: LaRouche Youth Target Fascist Spokesmen

U.S. Will Coordinate Sudan Policy with the United Nations  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

The U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan indicated a possible U.S. policy shift, which would undercut the effort to get the United States entangled in a war against that African nation.

Nubian Aquifer: Transition to Nuclear Desalination  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Nasser’s Geologist: Use Resources; Grow!

by Marcia Merry Baker

A review of a book by Rushdi Said, who was on the Industrialization Commission for Gen. Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of Egypt (1954 to 1970).


Housing Bubble’s Fate, Is Banking System’s Destiny

by Richard Freeman

How Alan Greenspan blew up the housing bubble in 2001, after the collapse of the dot.com bubble, to attempt to cover over the collapse of the productive economy. Now Greenspan’s bubble is deflating.

American System Needed To Build Eurasian Railroad

by Mary Burdman

The signing of the International Agreement on the Trans-Asian Railway Network puts the Eurasian Land-Bridge on the front burner again. But the question of financing remains to be solved.

Germany: Social Dems Embrace Financial ‘Locusts’

by Rainer Apel


Carville: Dean Sabotaged Nov. 7 Democratic Landslide  

by Debra Hanania-Freeman

Sweet as the Democratic election victory may be, the fact is that Howard Dean’s Democratic National Committee bungled a critical opportunity to make the kind of historic gains that would have provided Democrats with an overwhelming—perhaps even veto-proof—majority in the House and a more stable majority in the Senate. Outspoken Democratic strategist James Carville placed the blame where it belongs.

LaRouche Backs Rangel: Revive the Draft!  

by William F. Wertz, Jr.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

LYM Will Intervene in Texas Run-Off Race  

by Patricia Salisbury

Russian Mafiya, CCF in Bed with Lynne Cheney’s ‘Campus Gestapo’

Amelia Robinson: ‘Put Your Boxing Gloves On!’

by Wesley Irwin

The LaRouche Youth Movement tours with the 95-year-old civil rights heroine in Alabama and Georgia.

Franklin Roosevelt Legacy Club Lands on the Beaches of Normandy

by Mark Samet

Book Reviews

Nasser’s Geologist: Use Resources; Grow!

by Marcia Merry Baker

Science and Politics in Egypt; A Life’s Journey, by Rushdi Said.

Refuting the Lie That Lincoln Was ‘Moderate’ on Abolishing Slavery  

by Stuart Rosenblatt

Father Abraham Lincoln’s Relentless Struggle To End Slavery, by Richard Striner.


Henry Kissinger’s Hell