Volume 34, Number 24, June 15, 2007


The Rules of Survival  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From the standpoint of the financial system, the present world situation is hopeless. To survive, we have no choice but to change the system itself, the way Franklin Roosevelt restored the American System of political-economy, in what Winston Churchill correctly saw as a threat to the British Empire. The central feature of this report is the subject of those changes required, to “get us through the crisis, leaving the emptied hulk of the failed financial system itself behind us.”


Putin Moves To Outflank ‘Ring Around Russia’ Provocations  

by Rachel Douglas

The Russian President caught the Bush Administration off guard by proposing a joint Russian-American anti-missile defense facility in Azerbaijan. The Russian view is that the future of the world depends on the U.S. response, since if Washington and London continue their military and political provocations, the threat of nuclear war becomes very real.

LaRouche to Russian Journal: ‘The Enemy of Russia Is London’  

An interview given to Andrei Kobyakov, director of the Russian web publication RPMonitor ( www.rpmonitor.ru).

LaRouche Holds Dialogue With Italian Senators on New Monetary System

by Liliana Gorini and Andrew Spannaus

During Lyndon LaRouche’s three-day visit to Rome, he participated with Italian political and economic leaders in an EIR-sponsored conference on “The Future of the Economy: Market Radicalism or New Deal?”

LaRouche in Rome: Free Market or New Deal?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Speech to the EIR conference on June 6.

Gianni: How To Go Beyond Capitalism

by Alfonso Gianni

Speech by Alfonso Gianni, Italian Deputy Minister for Economic Development.

Tremonti: Revive Hamilton’s Economics

by Hon. Giulio Tremonti

Speech by Giulio Tremonti, vice-chairman of the Italian Parliament and former Economics Minister.

Sudanese Ambassador to U.S.: Beware ‘Hidden Agenda’ Behind Sanctions  

by Marcia Merry Baker and Douglas DeGroot

In an interview on The LaRouche Show, Ambassador John Ukec Lueth Ukec described how the new U.S. sanctions only serve to wreck the difficult process of creating peace and economic development in Sudan. The real agenda is not the crisis in Darfur, he said.

U.S. Sanctions Target Food and Agriculture

by Douglas DeGroot

Economic Hit Men Aim at Ecuador President

by Cynthia R. Rush


G-8 Pass Up Opportunity on Hedge Funds, Development  

by Rainer Apel and Nancy Spannaus

By denying the reality of the bankruptcy of the world system, the participants in the G-8 “World Economic Summit” did not act on two initiatives that could have dealt with effectively with the world economic breakdown crisis.

Rep. Frank to Bush: Time To Act on Hedge Funds


Dick Cheney Becomes Ever More Impeachable  

by Edward Spannaus and Nancy Spannaus

Although the Democratic leadership has so far refused to put the issue of impeachment on the table, Vice President Cheney took three heavy body blows the first week in June.

Momentum for Impeachment

National News



by John Hoefle

Principality-Based Regulation.


Corruption in the Camp of LaRouche-Haters Cheney and Blair