Missing Issues: Can You Help?       View Settings       Search

Volume 22, Number 45, November 10, 1995

Cover of EIR Volume 22, Number 45, November 10, 1995

View Full Issue

Download Full Issue

Special Report

London’s Irregular Warfare vs. Nations of the Americas  

by Dennis Small and Gretchen Small

U.S. national security officials are deluding themselves that “democracy” is spreading in Ibero-America and the terrorists are laying down their arms. In reality, the new virus of separatist-terrorism is even more deadly than what preceded it.

Map 1: Narco-Terrorism Spreads Across the Americas  

The São Paulo Forum, Castro’s Shock Troops  

Manuel Piñeiro, Castro’s Hit-Man  

Spain’s ETA Sets Up ‘Kidnappers, Inc.’  

Inter-American Dialogue: Sponsors for São Paulo Forum in Washington  

by Valerie Rush

London’s Control

The 19th-Century British Roots of Today’s São Paulo Forum  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Map 2: ‘31 Nations of the Americas’  

Map 3: ‘Ethno-Linguistic Regions’ of Ibero-America  

Map 4: Protected Areas of Ibero-America  

Map 5: ‘Endangered Ecoregions’ of Ibero-America  

London’s Terrorism Support Apparatus: Environmentalism, Indigenism, NGOs  

by Joseph Brewda

Case Studies

Brazil: Explosion Nears Over ‘Landless Movement’ Provocations  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

The PT: New Age Neo-Liberals  

Documentation: Workers Party Goes to Court against the MSIA.

The MST: The Other Face of Usury  

Bolivia and Peru: Coca Growers Building a Regional ‘Chiapas’  

by Manuel Hidalgo

Map 6: Drugs, Terrorism and Protected Areas in the Andes  

Andean Coca Council: Drugs and Subversion  

Colombia: Separatism in Urabá: A UN Pilot Project  

Maps 7-8: Drugs and terrorism in Colombia, 1982 and 1995  

FARC: Colombia’s ‘Third Cartel’  

ELN: Fidel Castro’s Personal Project  

In Colombia, Life Under Narco-Terrorist Dictatorship  

Venezuela: Chávez Organizes SPF’s Military Wing  

by David Ramonet and Cynthia R. Rush

MBR-200 Takes Aim at the Armed Forces  

Mexico: ‘Internet International’ Targets Guerrero State  

by Carlos Cota Meza and Cynthia R. Rush

The PRD: Masons and Jacobins Against the State  

EZLN Terrorists: A Foreign Invasion of Mexico  

ACNR Spreads Drugs, Terror in Guerrero  

Puerto Rico: The SPF’s Terrorist Bridge to the U.S.  

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

NMIP: Terrorism under the Banner of Independence  

Economics

Consumer Debt May Trip Up Shaky Financial Markets  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Americans have borrowed heavily to compensate for falling real incomes. Now, increasing numbers are unable to pay their borrowings back. And that threatens to unravel certain parts of the financial derivatives markets, such as “asset-backed securities.”

Business Briefs  

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

The Truth about Barschel—Finally.

Editorial  

A Real Development Plan Is Needed.

International

‘No’ Vote in Quebec Won’t Stop Balkanization Scenario  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The British Crown has manipulated the population of Canada to create a destabilization with strategic implications for the whole North American continent.

Uganda Invades Sudan To Prop Up Insurgents  

by Linda de Hoyos

International Intelligence  

National

New Labor Leader: Defeat the Conservative Revolution  

by Anton Chaitkin

Together with the Million Man March on Oct. 16, the ouster of Lane Kirkland from heading the U.S. labor movement could help move toward restoring the kind of constituency coalition that supported President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Lord William Rees-Mogg Revs Up ‘Fostergate’ against Clintons  

by Scott Thompson and Jeffrey Steinberg

LaRouche Rebuts Defense Department’s ‘Strategy for the Americas’  

by Mel Klenetsky

Leveraging defense assets for the promotion of “democracy” and “open markets” must be the core of national security policy, says the DOD. Nonsense! “Up to this time,” LaRouche writes in a recently released campaign paper, “democracy is no longer possible in Africa, nor Asia, nor Central and South America, nor in the former Soviet Union, and will not long continue, even vestigially, inside the United States itself—without early and drastic reversal of policies typified by House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s ‘Contract on America.’”

National News  

Valid XHTML 1.1 Valid CSS!