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Volume 24, Number 6, January 31, 1997

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Editorial  

The Machine-Tool Principle.

Economics

The Lebed signal: toward economic sanity in Moscow  

by Rachel Douglas

The deeper Russia’s plunge into economic depression, the more LaRouche’s ideas have resonated among members of the Russian intelligentsia, as reflected in General Lebed’s startling remarks.

Eyewitness Report: Lebed in Germany  

by Konstantin George

Documentation: Academician Osipov on physical economy.

Weizman visit boosts Indo-Israeli ties  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Ezer Weizman became the first Israeli President to visit India, strengthening fast-developing India-Israel relations.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

The war against the British Empire can be won  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Empire’s orchestrated invasion of Sudan is an escalation of its effort to destroy every nation of sub-Saharan Africa. The British Empire has defined itself as the enemy of humanity, and drawn a river of blood between it and mankind.

Waging aggressive war is a ‘Nuremberg Crime’  

London’s wars of aggression in East Africa  

A strategic map chronicles the genocide.

Africa: Looting ground for Bush, Inc., or breadbasket for the world?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Addressing a policy forum sponsored by FDR-PAC in Washington on Jan. 11, LaRouche challenged the audience to put an end to the genocide against Africa, as a moral test for the Western world.

Baroness Cox leads the war of lies against Sudan  

by Joseph Brewda

A profile of Baroness Caroline Cox’s bloodthirsty “Christian Solidarity International.”

Roger Winter, in Her Majesty’s service in Washington  

by Linda de Hoyos

A profile of the head the U.S. Committee on Refugees, a foot-soldier for Her Majesty’s death merchants.

Africa is a test case for mankind’s survival  

by Jacques Bacamurwanko

The speech by Jacques Bacamurwanko, Burundi’s former ambassador to the United States, to FDR-PAC’s Jan. 11 policy forum.

International

Executive Outcomes’ ties lead to London and Bush  

by Rober Moore and Linda de Hoyos

Just as in the 19th century, British Intelligence is deploying its army of British, Canadian, and SouthAfrican-based mercenaries, the networks of Prince Philip’s 1001 Club-World Wildlife Fund, to recolonize Africa.

International Intelligence  

Investigation

British indigenism spawned the MRTA and Shining Path  

by Manuel Hidalgo and Gretchen Small

EIR’s special security memorandum, documenting that Peru’s narco-terrorist gangs were part of a British “indigenism” project dating back to the early 20th century, was released to a packed press conference in Lima on Jan. 22.

MRTA dossier: a model international terrorist force  

George Soros finances narco-terrorism, too  

by Gretchen Small

Soros’s Human Rights Watch/Americas has lobbied the United States to cut aid to Peru for “violating” the human rights of butchers such as Shining Path and MRTA.

Red Cross: humanitarian or terrorist sympathizer?  

by Valerie Rush

The media are playing a criminal role in Peru  

by Cynthia R. Rush

‘Worldwide Web’ of terrorists back MRTA  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Internet has become a cyber-safehouse for a vast terror support apparatus, which may soon be unleashed against the United States.

National

LaRouche celebrates King’s birthday in Alabama  

At the invitation of the Northwest Alabama chapter of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Committee, LaRouche addressed three events commemorating the national hero.

Columbia/HCA targets hospitals for takeover  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Massachusetts is battling to defend non-profit hospital systems against for-profit predators, such as Colombia/HCA.

National News  

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