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Volume 17, Number 46, November 30, 1990

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Interviews

Francisco Chona  

by Javier Almario

The former head of Colombia’s national oil company Ecopetrol describes how the friends of Dope, Inc. sabotaged his plan for oil independence.

Prof. Giovanni Moreno and Dr. Bianca Meichiorri Olivo  

by Evanthia Frangou

Two Italian physicists discuss their evidence that the “ozone hole” is a result of the solar wind, and not human-caused emissions.

Science & Technology

There Will Be No Climatic Catastrophe  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

The German author of Sackgasse Okostaat (The Dead-end Ecological State) systematically refutes the arguments of the “greenhouse effect” hoaxsters, who base their theories on psychosis instead of scientific method.

The Ozone Hole Could Be Caused by Solar Wind, Not by Human Activity  

by Evanthia Frangou

Mount Erebus Source of Chlorine in Antarctica  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Music

The Mozart Jewel Goes to Auction  

by David Shavin

The recently discovered manuscripts of Mozart’s C minor Fantasy and Sonata sold for $1.7 million, but their value for gaining insight into the composer’s mind is far, far greater.

Investigation

Make Ariel Sharon Answer to Charges of Genocide!  

by Joseph Brewda

Israeli warlord and Housing Minister Ariel Sharon, must be immediately investigated by the United Nations for his role in working with Anglo-American interests to foment a regional war. A dossier by Joseph Brewda on Sharon and the Anglo-Soviet intelligence networks which make him tick.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Mexican Industry: Going, Going, Gone.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Drug Trade Heightens Threat to Amazon.

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

Colombian Military Hits FARC Haven.

Editorial  

Food for Peace or Food as a Weapon.

Economics

Kissinger Food Weapon Aimed at Soviets, Europe  

by Christopher White

The Anglo-American Establishment is telling other nations: “Either you support our Mideast war, or starve.”

Bringing Italy into the New Europe  

by Giuliana Sammartino

The Good News of China’s Census  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

New Pakistan Rulers Caught in IMF Vise  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Philippines Budgets 40% for Debt Service  

by Lydia Cherry

Will Colombia’s Oil Wealth Go for Development, or for Debt?  

by Javier Almario

‘Colombia’s Government Is Being Manipulated by the Multis’  

by Javier Almario

Interview with Francisco Chona, former head of the state oil firm Ecopetrol.

Currency Rates  

Business Bankruptcies Swell in Ibero-America  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Argentines Fed Up with Nation’s Decay  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

European Farmers Defend Production.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

The Consolidation Begins.

Business Briefs  

Feature

‘Gorbymania’: Will the West Wake Up in Time?  

by Gen. Paul Albert Scherer (ret.)

Nothing could be more strategically dangerous than for people in the West to cling to the delusion that Mikhail Gorbachov is an enlightened ruler committed to bringing Western values into the Soviet empire, argues former West German military intelligence chief Gen. Paul-Albert Scherer. Gorbachov is doomed to fail because he represents a failed system which is incapable of reforming itself. General Scherer traces 15 steps in the empire’s collapse.

General Scherer, Friend of the United States  

International

Europeans Slow Pace to War, But Not Enough  

by Carol White and Rainer Apel

Pretty much everyone in Europe wants negotiations, not war, with Iraq—everyone, that is, except Britain’s “Iron Lady.” Will her departure convince Bush to eat his broccoli?

European Role in Thatcher’s Demise  

by Mark Burdman

Helga Zepp-LaRouche Pushes for Seat in German Parliament  

by John Sigerson

Soviet Reforms Seek To Stop ‘Dissolution’  

by Konstantin George

Guatemala Elections Help ‘Dope, Inc.’  

by Dennis Small

Changing Dimensions in Indian Politics  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

India’s two postwar political experiments have failed, and with no third one in sight, India is descending into chaos.

Moscow Signals that LaRouche Is Once Again a Hot Topic  

by Scott Thompson

Kenneth de Courcy, a “go-between” in the railroading of LaRouche, is identified by Moscow as one of their own.

International Intelligence  

National

Why Bush Is Terrified of a Real Noriega Defense  

by Robyn Quijano

If the majority of Americans ever got the real story of the Panama invasion and why Bush ordered the massacre of 4,000 Panamanian civilians, the U.S. President would be sitting in jail right now, instead of General Noriega.

Exposé of Black Slavery in Kuwait Fuels Opposition to War Drive  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

National News  

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