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Volume 22, Number 36, September 8, 1995

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Interviews

Dr. Helmut Böttiger  

The director of the Böttiger Verlag publishing company in Germany, tells EIR about his court battle with Greenpeace.

Nedzib Sacirbey  

by Umberto Pascali

The ambassador of Bosnia-Hercegovina to the United Nations responds to the NATO air raids against Serb targets in Bosnia.

Alexander Yegorov  

by Gabriele Liebig and Michael Vitt

The economist, publicist, and commentator with the Teleradiocompany of Belarus ran, as a candidate for the Parliament of Belarus in the last elections. He is close to the opposition Agrarian Party.

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

Internal Debt: The Circus Is Afire.

Andean Report  

by Luis Vásquez Medina

No Stopping Peru’s Year-End Crisis.

Editorial  

On Current History.

Science and Technology

The DDT Ban: Ecologism as a Weapon of Mass Destruction  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Before the use of DDT, in India alone, 2.5 million died of malaria each year. After its introduction, deaths dropped to 1,000. A report on the hoax that banned this life-saver.

What the Scientists Say About DDT  

DDT, DDE, and Population Increase  

by Thomas H. Jukes, Ph.D.

The latest DDT scare story, that its metabolite, DDE, causes emasculation, is ridiculous and unsubstantiated. Thomas Jukes is a professor of biophysics in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of California at Berkeley.

National Economy

Paradoxes of Belarus in the Post-Soviet Era  

by Konstantin Cheremnykh

Konstantin Cheremnykh visited Minsk as part of a delegation sponsored by the Schiller Institute and EIR, and found a nation surprisingly resistant to the depredations that the “free market” reforms have brought to other former Soviet republics, and eager for economic relations with Russia. His report explores historical and cultural reasons for the difference.

We Must Turn Around Production Collapse  

by Gabriele Liebig and Michael Vitt

An interview with Belorussian economist and political candidate Alexander Yegorov.

Economics

UN Says Food Shortage Caused by ‘Too Many People’  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The UN’s draft “Quebec Declaration” on world food security ignores the reality that the big-money cartels are hoarding scarce food stocks.

Currency Rates  

Another Rescue Plan Offered for Mexico’s Insolvent Banks  

by Carlos Cota Meza

The Debtors Assistance Accord (ADE) announced in late August by the Mexican government, is precisely the opposite of what needs to be done.

Mexican Congress Receives Draft Bill on ‘Life after the Death of the IMF’  

by Carlos Wesley

The bill came out of the Second National Forum held in Mexico City on Aug. 18-19, a conference of producers’ organizations and the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement.

‘Report on Manufactures’ Is Published in Brazil  

Business Briefs  

Feature

Permindex Revisited: British Threaten Clinton and Chirac  

by Mark Burdman

Both the U.S. President and his French colleague are getting explicit death threats from “environmentalist” operatives, acting under the command of the World Wide Fund for Nature.

British Royals Go Berserk over LaRouche  

Permindex Oversaw Assassination of Kennedy, Attempts on de Gaulle  

by Joseph Brewda

WWF Leads ‘Chainsaw Demonstration’ against President Clinton  

by Roger Maduro

The Pernicious Influence of Greenpeace in Germany  

Eco-Terrorist Murder Spree Marked 1977  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

International

U.S.-French Alliance Makes Air Strikes Possible  

by Edward Spannaus and Mark Burdman

Lyndon LaRouche said that Clinton “has applied regular warfare techniques, aerospace-style, to a domain in which irregular warfare, or limited warfare, run by the British, the UN, and the Serbs, was killing a lot of people.”

Juppé Ousts French Finance Minister, Thatcherite Alain Madelin  

by Christine Bierre

Brain’s ‘Raves’ Create Scandal in England  

by Mark Burdman

Fourth World Conference On Women: British Seek To Ruin U.S.-China and U.S.-Vatican Relations  

by Marianna Wertz

Don’t Be a Pawn for London’s Genocidal Games against Nigeria  

by Linda de Hoyos and Lydia Cherry

Baroness Chalker’s Minions Are Plunging East Africa into War  

by Linda de Hoyos

Castroite Leftists and ‘Conservative Revolutionaries’ Unite against Caldera  

by David Ramonet

Peña Esculsa Refutes Uslar Pietri on Chile  

Samper Exonerated by Cali Cartel Partner  

by Javier Almario

Philip Morris Case: Free Trade Is Organized Crime  

by Roger Moore

International Intelligence  

National

Clinton’s Would-Be Rivals: A Squalid Scene  

by Webster G. Tarpley and Carl Osgood

Apart from Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, the level of GOP and potentially “independent” hopefuls ranges from incompetence to outright fascism.

The Hypocrisy of Newt’s ‘Death to Pushers’ Rap  

by Joyce Fredman

FBI, DOJ Misconduct Shown in Weaver Case  

by Edward Spannaus

National News  

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