Volume 35, Number 37, September 19, 2008



The Line Is Drawn: Stop the Nation-Killing Bailout Now!  

by John Hoefle

After Treasury Secretary Paulson got the U.S. government to assume the liabilities of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Lyndon LaRouche announced he will hold accountable those who carried out this unconstitutional travesty of justice.

Now Comes the Chain-Reaction: Blowing Up the World  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche explains why Sen. Chris Dodd and Rep. Barney Frank showed both stupidity and cupidity in setting up the situation for Secretary Paulson’s blowing out the U.S. dollar, on which the present world market depends absolutely, still today.

LaRouche Denounces ‘Unlimited’ Bailout

Lyndon LaRouche denounced Treasury Secretary Paulson’s Sept. 7 bailout as “tantamount to treason” against the United States and its Constitution.

Who Sold You Out? Hank Paulson’s Taxpayer Bailout of Speculators

EIR shows 1. What the bailout is; 2. How big it is; 3. Who authorized it; and 4. Who designed and backed it.

LaRouche’s Program To Solve the Crisis


What’s Wrong in Europe? Are You Neotenous?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Julian Huxley’s concept of “neoteny,” refers to the case in which a species’ process of development stops before adulthood, attaining only a sexually potent “neo-adult” phase. What would the consequences be if such a process were to take place culturally, on a mass scale, to human beings as, for example, among the Baby Boomers?


Since Sunday, Sept. 7th: Pelosi Democrats Buckle  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The present world financial system has entered its global-collapse phase, says LaRouche, and the Democrats in the U.S. Congress are presently in a process of the kind of defeat the party experienced in the 1988 Presidential election-campaign, or worse, because they are not even admitting the collapse is on.

Anti-Hillary Cabal Targets Rangel

by Anita Gallagher

LaRouche: Nancy Pelosi Should Be Thrown Out

Revolution in Military Affairs Suffers Setback

by Carl Osgood

National News


Will Washington Allow Zardari’s Political Survival?  

by Ramtanu Maitra

The U.S. decision to land troops inside Pakistan’s tribal areas without permission, only three days before the spouse of the assassinated Bhutto, Asif Ali Zardari, became President, raised a furor in Pakistan that hobbled Zardari as soon as he began his Presidency.

SCO Reaffirms Role in Eurasian Stability

by William Jones

The meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), not only refused to attack Russia for its defense of South Ossetia, but reflected a strengthening of the member-states’ commitment to ensuring stability against Anglo-imperial provocations.

Soros’s British Cartel Takes Aim at Mexico

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla

The criminal activities of George Soros’s Latin American Commission on Drugs and Democracy are being attacked by an international campaign launched by the political movement of Lyndon LaRouche.

LaRouche vs. Keynes: Bretton Woods Debate Breaks Out in France

by Karel Vereycken


Now More Than Ever, the Big Four