Volume 39, Number 36, September 14, 2012



LaRouche on the Alex Jones Show: War Among Nations Today Means Thermonuclear War  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed by Alex Jones, on his Internet radio program, Sept. 7, on the eve of his 90th birthday, for a discussion which centered on the two most significant sources of threat to humanity today: “One is the British monarchy and the other is the British monarchy’s puppet, which is Obama.” Countering those threats are the war-avoidance efforts of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, and those of the Russian and Chinese leaderships.

The Case To Impeach Barack Obama Now

by Nancy Spannaus

The bill of indictment against President Obama, citing the key features of the U.S. Constitution, which offer an airtight case for removal of the President.


Israel Trigger Set for World War III  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

President Obama’s abrupt cancellation of a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu scheduled for later this month in New York City has raised alarm bells that the President has given Israel a de facto green light to launch a preventive strike against Iranian nuclear facilities—a strike that Lyndon LaRouche has warned can trigger a thermonuclear World War III.

Message to Germany: No to Nuclear War and Eurozone Hyperinflation!

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Germany’s existence is currently threatened by two existential dangers. First, the possibility of an Israeli military strike against Iran this Fall, which threatens World War III. Second, the ECB’s decision to carry out “unlimited” government bond-buying portends an imminent hyperinflation, as in 1923 Weimar Germany.

Archbishop Tutu Opens Gate for Prosecuting War Criminal Blair

Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu refused to appear with Tony Blair, charging him with war crimes related to the Iraq War.

Interview: Mohammad Mahfoud—There Is Still Time To Find a Peaceful Solution to the Syria Crisis

by Tom Gillesberg

Mohammad Mahfoud is an independent Syrian activist and president of the Danish-Syrian Friendship Society; he was interviewed by Tom Gillesberg, chairman of the Schiller Institute in Denmark on Sept. 3.

Africa Report: Drug Gangs Deployed Against Mali  

by Douglas DeGroot

Drug-smuggling networks spanning Africa provide the basis for threats to nations. The case of Mali, Part I.


World Water Week: Two Opposing Worlds Meet; Development or Death  

by Hussein Askary

EIR’s Hussein Askary attended the Stockhold World Water Week conference at the end of August, where he found a deep fissure between the trans-Atlantic malthusian perspective, and the urgent need and desire among Asian and African nations for economic development, especially water projects.

Interview: Mohammed Bahaa el-Din Saad—Solving Africa’s Water Crisis

by Hussein Askary

Bahaa el-Din is the Egyptian Minister for Water Resources and Irrigation. He was interviewed by EIR on Aug. 26, at the World Water Week conference.

Interview: Rafiq Husseini—Common Aims for the Mediterranean Nations

by Hussein Askary

Dr. Rafiq Husseini, the Deputy Secretary General of the Union for the Mediterranean, was interviewed by EIR on Aug. 26, at the World Water Week conference.

Build the Gaza Desal Project Now!

by Hussein Askary and Marcia Merry Baker

PIDA: A Tony Blair, Deadly Pretense

by Hussein Askary and Marcia Merry Baker

In Memoriam

Gail Billington: A Magnolia Made of Specialty Steel  

by Dennis Small

A loving tribute from Dennis Small to longtime LaRouche activist and frequent EIR contributor Gail Goerner Billington, who passed away on Sept. 1. “She was a seemingly slight and frail person, but ... inside she was endowed with steel—you might say specialty steel—that allowed her to move souls and mountains, in her lifelong commitment to economic and political justice for all mankind, through her leading role in the LaRouche movement.”

LaRouche: On the Death of Gail Billington  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s remarks to associates, on learning of Gail’s death.

The Angel of Freedom  

by Margaret Billington Greenspan

Excerpts from a letter from Mike Billington’s sister Margaret, to Gail and Mike, on the eve of his return to prison in 1992.


A Pyrrhic Victory?