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Volume 21, Number 14, April 1, 1994

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Interviews

Maj. Gen. Tienie Groenewald  

The former head of military intelligence in South Africa, General Groenewald is now a leader in the Afrikaner Volksfront and a negotiator for the Volksfront with the African National Congress.

Jacques Cheminade  

The leader of the French political movement Nouvelle Solidarité, Cheminade is the author of the book The True History of France and of the newsletter Le Commentaire.

Fung Hu-Husiang and Lin Hsi-tung  

Two members of Taiwan’s New Alliance for Democratic Reform discuss the danger of attack from Beijing. Professor Fung is the publisher of the journal China Forum, and Mr. Lin is president of the Bar Association of Taipei and a representative of the ruling KMT party in the National Assembly.

Mavriks Vulfsons  

by William Jones

A Latvian TV news commentator, Mr. Vulfsons was a lecturer at the Latvian Academy of Arts. He helped form the Latvian Popular Front, and has served in various official posts since independence.

Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad  

Dr. Muhammad is the medical director of the Abundant Life Clinic in Washington, D.C., minister of health for the Nation of Islam, and national spokesman for NOI leader Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Military Discontent Builds.

Editorial  

Trust, Livermore Lab, the SDI, and You.

Economics

The FDIC Whistles Past the Graveyard  

by John Hoefle

If you believe the latest official reports, the U.S. banking system was the most profitable it has been since the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. was created and began keeping statistics in 1934.

Pope Scores UN Anti-Natalist Agenda  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

‘Cairo Conference Planners Are Far Worse than Hitler’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From a radio interview with Lyndon LaRouche.

Poland at the Gates of Hell after Four Years of IMF Plunder  

by William Engdahl

Currency Rates  

Russians Want Decree of Economic Emergency  

by Konstantin George

Parker’s Demise Offers Hope for Bordeaux  

by Philip Ulanowsky

Wine oracle Robert Parker has had it coming for a long time.

Business Briefs  

Feature

The ‘Cold War’ with Russia Never Ended  

by Brig. Gen. Paul-Albert Scherer (ret.)

In his semi-annual strategic prognosis for Russia and the surrounding states, former West German military intelligence chief and top Sovietologist Gen. Paul-Albert Scherer says prospects are growing dimmer each day for a pro-western transformation in the East. Thanks to western ignorance, stupidity, and wishful thinking, many in Russia are reverting to their old isolationist ways, and all the preconditions exist for new, even more momentous revolutionary explosions.

International

British Steer Plan for Bloody War on KwaZulu  

by David Hammer

With the violent overthrow of the government of the homeland of Bophuthatswana, South Africa moved a step closer toward its own destruction.

British Military: ‘We Have Quietly Taken Over Bosnia’  

by Katherine Kanter

Camacho in the Wings: Mexico’s Foes Target Presidential Republic  

by Carlos Cota Meza

São Paulo Forum Plots with Terrorists at Havana Confab  

by Valerie Rush and Gretchen Small

Documentation: Castro: No One Will Surrender His Weapon.

Kidnapping, Inc., a Flourishing Business in Ibero-America  

by Carlos Méndez

Is a Green Hand behind Hydro-Quebec Bombing?  

by Raynald Rouleau

Ed Broadbent and Mexico’s Zapatistas  

London Advisers Run France More and More  

by Jacques Cheminade

French Nouvelle Solidarité Movement at Take-Off Point  

by Christine Bierre

Taiwan Independence Moves Heighten Peril of Attack by Mainland China  

Interview of Fung Hu-Husiang and Lin Hsi-tung.

Latvia’s Battle for National Survival and Independence  

by William Jones

Interview of Mavriks Vulfsons.

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche Links Colosio Hit, Assault on U.S. Presidency  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The assassination of the Presidential candidate of the ruling party of Mexico, Luis Donaldo Colosio, has everything to do with the “neoconservative” barrage against President Clinton.

‘Whitewater Affair’ a National Security Issue  

by Webster G. Tarpley

Testimony by the president of the Schiller Institute, before the Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government of the Committee on Appropriations of the U.S. House of Representatives.

ADL and the Gay Lobby Are Playing Politics with D.C.’s AIDS Epidemic  

by Debra Hanania Freeman

An interview with Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad.

Plot To Kill Farrakhan  

by Dennis Speed.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

Corrections

In Vol. 21, No. 9, p. 23, in the article “Physical Economy Is the Basis of Human Knowledge,” Part I, it should read at the bottom of the right-hand column that “a collapse has been in progress continuously over the past 30 years,” and not 40 years as erroneously printed. Also, in Fig. 4 on p. 30, the labels were inadvertently reversed. “Productive workers per person” should be on the right, and “Productive workers % of labor force,” on the left of the graph.

In Vol. 21, No. 10, p. 20, in Part II of the same article, the second sentence in the second paragraph should read: “Consequently, to the degree a successful effort is maintained to regulate any physical process according to the specifications of such a mathematical system, that physical process will have imposed upon it in this way an entropic form of degeneration,” and not negentropic as printed in error.

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