A "Carlist"-fascist nest in certain Northern Virginia schools, churches, and security agencies is targetting Lyndon LaRouche's movement and Pope John Paul II's ecumenical mission, and promoting the Brzezinski-Huntington "Clash of Civilizations."
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "A hungry adult crocodile in good health, pursues his menu with great speed and efficiency; but much as you might admire his skill, you really do not wish to have him stalking in your neighborhood. In general, many populists are like crocodiles . . . they do not really accept the existence of what we regard as society. Among the typical spoor which may reveal the presence of such political crocodiles, is an enraged reaction to any reference to the memory of President Franklin Roosevelt."
Brazil, Mexico Deluded by `New Atlanticism'
Korea Forges Silk Road;
Wall St. Assets Protest
Enron Slime Mold Hit With RICO Suit
Why U.S. Unemployment Jumped Sharply in March
Maine Legislator Tells the Lumber Tariff Story
An interview with Albion Goodwin.
Lyndon LaRouche warned, just after the signing of the Oslo peace accords in September 1993, that they would fail, unless immediate progress were made on the economic protocols. And he identified exactly who would intervene "to drown this agreement in chaos and blood."
The Face of the New Israeli Fascism
Chronicle: One Week of IDF Genocide
Bush-Blair Axis Steps Up Threats on Iraq
Blooming Poppies Widen Clashes in Afghanistan
Weimar Summit Leaves Germany in Quandary
Argentina's Cavallo Is Jailed;
Now Free Colonel Seineldín!
`Imperial' Terrorism Resurfaces in Italy
The FBI report on security procedures issued in April, growing out of the Robert Hanssen espionage case, makes clear that the internal life of the Bureau is dominated by bureaucratic, career-advancement considerations of "playing it safe," rather than a mission-orientation around the national security of the United States.
Recent physical assaults, and one threatened kidnapping, of political associates of LaRouche, have prompted EIR to reopen its extensive file on the AFF.
Congressional Caucus Adopts Taiwan
Rep. Albion Goodwin (D) of Maine, Secretary of the state's Rural Caucus and a longtime activist for economic development, discusses the need for action to protect the lumber and pulp and paper industries.
More Tsars Will Fall.