Volume 36, Number 43, November 6, 2009


A Heartbeat Is Heard in Asia  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

As the participants departed from the Seventh Annual Session of the World Public Forum “Dialogue of Civilizations,” in Rhodes, Oct. 12, a hopeful heartbeat of economic recovery was about to be heard among the three world-giants of Eurasia: Russia, China, and India. That encouraging heartbeat, heard from Russia and China, tells us that the world, although still in a state of mortal peril, is not dead yet.

LaRouche Plan Is on the Table in Russia

LaRouche Tells Russian Weekly: Four-Power Initiative Is ‘Our Last Chance’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed by Alexander Nagorny, deputy editor of Zavtra, Oct. 10, on the sidelines of the Rhodes Forum—Dialogue of Civilizations.

Kuzin to Medvedev: Listen to LaRouche  

by Victor Kuzin

An open letter from Russian human rights activist and attorney Victor Kuzin appeared on the blog of Russian President Medvedev, referring to the Zavtra interview with LaRouche, and urging the President to take heed of LaRouche’s views.


Helga Zepp-LaRouche Webcast: ‘Russia-China Accord Can Be the Start Of a World Credit System’  

by Alexander Hartmann and Nancy Spannaus

Zepp-LaRouche kicked off a series of high-powered international interventions, around the breakthrough developments toward a Four-Power agreement for a new world credit system, with her Berlin webcast on Oct. 29. Zepp-LaRouche presented the stark alternatives which face mankind: a collapse into a new Dark Age; or a new world financial system, to reconstruct the world economy through projects like the Eurasian Land-Bridge.

Ukrainian Economist Natalia Vitrenko: Finding a Noble Path Out of the Crisis

by Natalia Vitrenko

Vitrenko, chairman of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, spoke at a seminar held Oct. 18, in Wiesbaden, Germany, with Lyndon LaRouche and Helga Zepp-LaRouche. She recently announced her candidacy for President of Ukraine.

ASEAN Summit: Blow Dealt to British Subversion in Asia

by Michael Billington

On the first day of the summit of the ten members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Thailand Oct. 23, two events coincided to give the British a well-deserved black eye.

Deadly Manila Floods: George Shultz Is Still Killing Filipinos

by Michael Billington

Pro-Drug Mafia Behind Opposition to Dam-Building in India’s Northeast

by Ramtanu Maitra


The World Is Waiting for the U.S. To Rise Again  

by John Hoefle

The financier-parasites of Wall Street, the City of London, and other global financial centers know they’re lying about the “recovery,” because they are actively hiding the losses which have destroyed them. And, the American people know it.

H1N1 Surges in Northern Hemisphere; Surge of Economic Measures Needed

by Marcia Merry Baker

Machine-Tools: Congress’s Sabotage Caused 2009 Crisis

by Paul Gallagher


No U.S. Land War in Asia—Ever!