Volume 35, Number 45, November 14, 2008


The Nov. 11th Resolution: Whereas: The Present World’s Monetary System Is Now Hopelessly Bankrupt  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche calls for a “special, closed-door meeting among selected, suitable personalities” on Nov. 11, preceding the G-20 summit, to advise President Bush and others on what is demanded of them “in the matter of the virtual doomsday character of the world’s presently, immediately looming general breakdown-crisis.”

Monetarism Is Dead; Bury It Before It Buries Us  

by John Hoefle

Monetarist “solutions” to the crisis will only lead to a fascist corporatist dictatorship.

Failure of G-20 Summit Would Pose Threat of Financial System Meltdown  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Chinese Economy Reels from Shock of Global Financial Catastrophe

by Mary Burdman

Will IMF ‘Quacks’ Finish Off Pakistan?

by Ramtanu Maitra


The Curse of Bush Struck Home on Nov. 4  

After eight years of Bush-Cheney wreckage of the U.S. economy, destruction of America’s image around the world, and the take-down of civil liberties at home, the American electorate was overwhelmingly ready for “change.” The mandate of the election was for anybody but Bush, and the Republican Party of Bush, Cheney, and Karl Rove.

Why Obama Must Dump Soros

by Dennis Small

Silver or lead: That is the choice the world’s leading drug legalizer, George Soros, is giving Mexico, the United States, and the rest of the world. The “accidental” death on Nov. 4 of Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mouriño and former Deputy Attorney General in charge of the war on drugs, José Luis Santiago Vasconcelos, was a clear warning.

George Soros: Nazi Thug


Soros-Man Organizes a New Genocide in Congo  

by Douglas DeGroot

The Brutish London financial cartel is igniting a crisis in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, to establish a precedent for intervening against any country in Africa.

London Uses ANC Split Against South Africa

by David Cherry

Tory Ideologue Speaks!: What’s Left for Evans-Pritchard?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Left” or “right”? The Telegraph journalist misses the crucial point, that socialpolitical principles can not be competently defined by the seating arrangements in the French parliament of the time of the Martinist plots of such as Philippe Egalité, the brothers Robespierre, Danton, Marat, and Napoleon Bonaparte.

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Turki Tells Washington: Stop the Double Standard

by Michele Steinberg


The Change We Need: From Money to Credit