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Volume 17, Number 42, November 2, 1990

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Interviews

Hanna Siniora  

by Joseph Brewda

The editor of a leading Arabic daily in Jerusalem who was an eyewitness to the Oct. 8 massacre describes it as part of an Israeli “final solution” to the “Palestinian problem.”

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Is Germany Safe from Destabilization?

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Peru’s Economy Depends on Drugs.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Bush Puppets Face Growing Resistance.

Editorial  

Henry Kissinger’s Mideast Massacre.

Science & Technology

The Conquest of the Amazon Frontier  

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

Building east-west transport links between the Amazon basin and the countries along the Pacific coast is crucial for the economic development of the entire continent—and that’s precisely why George Bush’s Administration opposes it. But a group of the Amazon region’s business and political leaders, undaunted, met in the heart of the Amazon to plot how to make their dream into reality. Our Brazil correspondent reports.

Economics

Clean Air Bill Slated To Become Fascist Law  

by Carol White

Following in the footsteps of the Roman Emperor Diocletian who banned all technological progress, the U.S. Congress has adopted a 5,000-page monstrosity whose insane regulations would lead to the same result—even without the current economic depression.

Thatcher’s ‘Golden Scenario’ Backfires  

by William Engdahl

It’s tough to breathe life into an economic corpse.

IMF Holds Knife to Pakistan’s Jugular  

by Ramtanu Maitra

In Need of Economic Cure, Soviets Choke on ‘Free Market’ Poison  

by Rachel Douglas

Now that Karl Marx is out of the running, the policy battle is between Adam Smith’s system of usury, and Friedrich List’s “American System.” Rachel Douglas traces the chaotic way the debate is proceeding as the Soviet economy crumbles.

Currency rates  

Gonzalez Fumbles BNL Probe, Setup of Iraq  

by Scott Thompson

Banking  

by John Hoefle

The Lull before the Storm.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Bush Cuts Off Food Aid to Sudan.

Business Briefs  

Feature

The British-Israeli Path to Holy War in the Mideast  

by Joseph Brewda

The Israeli massacre of 20 Palestinians at the Haram al-Sharif in Jerusalem on Oct. 8 threatens to unleash the full madness of religious warfare among Muslims, Christians, and Jews. And that is precisely the aim of the British brains and American brawn which are pulling the strings.

‘Israel Wants Palestinians Forced Out of Their Homeland’  

by Joseph Brewda

Interview with Hanna Siniora, editor of the Jerusalem Arabic daily Al Fajr.

Plot To Rebuild Solomon’s Temple Was Made in Great Britain  

by Scott Thompson

A survey of the Freemasonic kooks who run the British Arab Bureau, which, in turn, runs Israel.

Cult Origins of the Fundamentalists behind the ‘Temple Mount’ Plot  

by Joseph Brewda

A profile of intelligence operative Gershom Solomon and his Temple Mount Faithful fanatics.

International

U.S. Lets Assad Slaughter Christians in Lebanon  

by Nora Hamerman and Thierry Lalevée

The French are protesting, while Washington covers up for Syria’s butchery. But when will the French government tell—and act on—the whole truth?

Scotsmen Oppose War Adventure in Mideast  

Iraq Says Israel, U.K. Thwart U.S. Interests  

Mass Demonstrations Sweep Ukraine  

by Konstantin George

Literate Language: A Wise Basis for Defending National Sovereignty  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Thatcher Suffers ‘Waterloo’ Defeat  

by Mark Burdman

P.R.C.: ‘Taipans Come Back’  

by Linda de Hoyos

Menem Provokes Military Face-Off  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Barbarism in Liberia Is the Result of American Pragmatism  

by Michael Gelber

Is the Drug Mafia About To Join the Colombian Cabinet?  

by Andrea Olivieri

‘Green Mole’ Sir James Goldsmith Becomes Top Ecofascist Warrior  

by Herbert Quinde

International Intelligence  

National

George Bush May Be Forced To Eat His Broccoli Yet  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

History is crushing the President who thought he could defy it, and first in line with the mallet is the Establishment which put him into power. But many other Americans are waking up, too.

Damages Sought for U.S. ‘Bad Faith’ Actions Against LaRouche Movement  

The U.S. government may have to pay back the millions it stole from the LaRouche movement and its supporters.

Documentation: Excerpts from the court papers.

Soviet Military Trades Space for Time  

by Leo Scanlon

Some grains of truth dredged from the 1990 edition of the Pentagon’s Soviet Military Power.

Death Penalty Bill Advances Police State  

by Leo Scanlon

DoJ ‘National Security’ Unit Caught in Anti-LaRouche  

Tricks

New documents released under the Freedom of Information Act prove that LaRouche was jailed for political reasons alone.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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