Volume 36, Number 11, March 20, 2009


Tony Blair Burns Washington  

by Laurence Hecht

Recent actions suggest that President Obama has a clear understanding of the British Empire’s threat to the United States. The President’s refusal to fly the British flag at his meeting with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, among other slights, are evidence of the President’s insight into the character of his British visitor’s assignment. On the other side, was the disappointing conduct of leading Democratic elected officials, such as Sen. Debbie Stabenow, who called Blair’s U.K. “the leader.”

Blair’s New East India Company  

by Gregory Murphy

Charles, Malloch-Brown Out To Hijack G20 Summit for Global Warming Genocide

by Marcia Merry Baker

With the April 2 Group of 20 Summit in London fast approaching, a frenzy of deployments is underway from Whitehall, led by Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, His Royal Green Highness Prince Charles, and other notables. Their mission is to hijack the G20 agenda, by wrecking any potential effective deliberation to restore nations and economies, and instead make way for green fascism. LaRouche advises, “Stop kissing the British rump!”


The British Empire’s Fascism Stalks America  

by John Hoefle

The last time our nation faced economic collapse was during the Great Depression, when we were saved by Franklin Roosevelt, who took on the “economic royalists,” and defeated fascism, both in the United States and abroad. FDR’s New Deal not only revived the economy, but it reestablished control over the Wall Street financiers. FDR did not just take on Wall Street, however: He took on the British Empire.

Amity Shlaes’ Not-So-New American Fascism  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Amity Shlaes’ The Forgotten Man—a shameless attack on Franklin Roosevelt’s anti-Depression policies—drew its distorted conclusions, and many of its fantasy “facts” directly from the propaganda output of Wall Street and London’s overtly pro-Fascist 1930s American Liberty League.

War Plan Red: When the American Military Understood the British Empire

by Carl Osgood

The U.S.A.: Fascism Past and Present

by Clifford A. Kiracofe, Jr.

Dr. Kiracofe presented the paper excerpted here to a June 21, 2006 New Bretton Woods Seminar hosted by EIR in Berlin.

World News

Will Rice Mislead the U.S. into Another Attack on Sudan?  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

How the United States, under the leadership of President Obama, responds to the blatant British effort to use the International Criminal Court to break up the nation of Sudan, is of the utmost importance, for the future of Sudan, the Horn of Africa, and all sub-Saharan Africa, as well as the very existence of the United States.

The Queen Does Push Drugs

by Dean Andromidas

A report from Vienna on the 52nd session of the UN Commission on Narcotics Drugs.

Atlantic Council Report on Pakistan: A Distortion of Reality

by Ramtanu Maitra

RX for Rebuilding U.S. Health Care: Hill-Burton Hospital Principle

by Marcia Merry Baker

Cuomo Takes On Wall Street  

by Edward Spannaus

World News Briefs

Yiddish Renaissance

Celebrate Sholom Aleichem’s 150th Birthday: Be More Ironic!

by Harley Schlanger

The writer Sholom Aleichem was a leader of the “Yiddish Renaissance,” that created a literate, Classical language, and challenged the downtrodden Jews of the Polish shtetl to break out of their cultural isolation.


The Freeman Affair and the New Fascism  

by Jeffrey Steinberg