by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Apart from asking who is behind the foolishness of Al Gore’s recent Hollywood, pulp-science-fiction-style production, on the theme of “Global Warming,” the crucial point to be addressed is: “What is the actual strategic motive for the consisting persistence of the promotion of the Kyoto hoax at this particular time?”
by Laurence Hecht
A report by Danish investigator Henrik Svensmark in the journal of the Royal Astronomical Society shows the potential for the sorts of happy discoveries we can expect to occur more frequently, once the 40-year-long domination of science by the Green hysteria is finally lifted. By Laurence Hecht.
An EIR/LaRouche Youth Movement Investigative Team documents the bizarre story of how “right” meets “left” in the new attacks on German national sovereignty, which the Anti-Germans denounce as “anti-Semitism.” The origins of this cult are not indigenous, but lie with Sir Bertrand Russell, the Frankfurt School, and their modern-day descendants.
by Roger Moore
The Antifa/Anti-German attacks on anyone who opposes the hedge funds have moved from verbal assault, to arson and low-level terrorism.
by David Shavin
by Richard Freeman
Contrary to the efforts of some well-intentioned Congressmen and parliamentarians, it is impossible to think of hedge-fund reform in the United States, or in Germany, because the real source of power of hedge funds in these countries, lies in the British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands, unregulated and untaxed.
by Nancy Spannaus
The week of Feb. 26, Washington, D.C. was overrun by spokesmen for the Great Al Gore Global Warming hoax. The LaRouche Youth Movement jumped right into the fight, challenging the foolish, Gorish axioms, and arguing for scientific rigor.
by Cody Jones
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Mary Jane Freeman
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
If, as planned, a meeting takes place in Baghdad on March 10, of officials from Iraq’s neighbors and others, it will underscore the fact that ideas indeed do move history. The idea of such an approach is shaping the possibility of putting out the fires of sectarian strife in Iraq—an idea first formulated by Lyndon LaRouche in April 2004, in “The LaRouche Doctrine.”
by Rainer Apel
by Lawrence K. Freeman
An interview with John Ukec Lueth.
Mr. Ukec is the ambassador from Sudan to Washington, D.C. He comes from Southern Sudan, and has spent many years in the United States, including studying in Iowa.