Volume 35, Number 49, December 19, 2008


LaRouche in India: Build a Four-Power Alliance Versus London’s New Dark Age  

In the immediate aftermath of the Nov. 26 attack on Mumbai, Lyndon and Helga LaRouche conducted a working visit to India, emphasizing the ongoing collapse of the post-Bretton Woods financial system, and the urgent need to establish an alliance of the four leading powers—the United States, Russia, China, and India—to replace the current system of British imperial monetary looting and perpetual conflict, with a new system based on the American concept of credit.

The Time Has Come for a New System  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s remarks to the Forum for Strategic and Security Studies in New Delhi on Dec. 3.

U.S.-India Ties: Restore the Westphalia Principle  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Neo-Liberal Paradigm Is Finished  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The ‘Islamic Problem’ Is a British Creation  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche replies to a question from a seminar participant.

A View from Delhi

The Dynamics of Terrorism: The Gravest Moment of Crisis in Modern History  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The world is facing the worst crisis since Europe’s Fourteenth-Century New Dark Age. The only solution, asserts LaRouche, is a change to the kind of antiimperialist credit-system which President Franklin Roosevelt had specified for the 1944 Bretton Woods conference. It is indispensable that the British empire-system be excluded from the negotiations that establish the initial basis for a new world system of anti-British imperialist cooperation among key sovereign nation-states, including the U.S.A.


Today’s Global Crisis: The Truth of Bretton Woods Lies Within Physical Science  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche explains that what President Roosevelt had actually proposed, for the post-war system, was an anti-British-imperialist system. He was opposed by John Maynard Keynes, the pro-fascist British banker whose theory had been presented in Keynes’ 1937 Berlin edition of his General Theory. LaRouche emphasizes that the world must avoid being lured into a potentially fatal, Keynesian trap, if the Brutish Empire is to be defeated, and an alternative solution to the present crisis is to be found.

Einstein on Kepler

Fermat’s Principle

by Jason Ross


Bailouts Won’t Save a Global Economy That’s Breaking Apart  

by John Hoefle

The U.S. auto sector is crumbling, because the Democratic Party leadership refused to take LaRouche’s advice in 2005. World trade is grinding to a halt, while layoffs rise and manufacturing falls. Do we we have the sense to reorganize the collapsing banking system, before it disintegrates?


Shut Down Anglo-Saudi Terror Apparatus Behind Mumbai Attack  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Jeffrey Steinberg reports that world attention is now focussed on “Londonistan.” In league with Saudi Arabian operatives, London is harboring, recruiting, and financing religious, ethnic, racial, and tribal irregular warfare fronts around the globe.

British Go for the Kill Against Zimbabwe

by Lawrence K. Freeman

Democratic Republic of Congo: British, Soros Seek Humanitarian Crisis

by Douglas DeGroot

International Intelligence


The Lesson of Pearl Harbor Day  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche writes that something like a whiff of the American response to Pearl Harbor is in the air today. In the emerging composition of the new Presidency, one senses an awakening, such that “we may expect great blows for justice throughout this planet as a whole, to be struck soon, again.”


America versus Britain: On Human Rights