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Volume 28, Number 30, August 10, 2001

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Bush’s Energy Pirates Are in Global Power Grab  

by John Hoefle

The oligarchs’ global financial casino is collapsing, and they intend to maintain their power after its crash, through control over food, energy, telecommunications, and other key infrastructure and commodity elements. Privatization and deregulation are their looting mechanisms to achieve this goal. Nations, beware!

The Bankers’ Feeding Frenzy: ‘Privatization’  

by Dennis Small

Profiles in Piracy  

by John Hoefle

Bush’s Energy Pirates Get Ready To Turn Off the Lights  

by Dennis Small

A case study of Ibero-America.

Turn On the Lights! Here Come the Thieves!  

by Marivilia Carrasco

A statement by the president of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement in Mexico.

The Ruin of Mexico’s Electricity Sector  

by Ricardo García Rosas

Enron’s Raiding India Backed by Washington  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Deregulation Fails in Its ‘Model States’  

by John Hoefle

Economics

End in Sight: ‘The Party Is Over for the Dollar’  

by Lothar Komp

European sources report a shift under way, involving the huge capital flows from abroad into the United States, which have protected the enormously indebted U.S. economy from bankruptcy: Now, the funds are drying up.

Global Debt Bonfire Is Consuming Argentina  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action  

Congress goes along with cartel grab for energy control.

London Underground at Center of Policy Fight  

by Alan Clayton

Economic-Financial Breakdown Accelerates  

by Richard Freeman

International

Washington Is Oligarchs’ Next Target for Genoa Treatment  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Security alert: The violence outside the Group of Eight summit in Italy last month, was the harbinger of more to come, as terrorist groups, steered by British-centered financial interests, gear up for an assault on the United States.

Temple Mount Provocation Foiled But Sharon’s War Drive Continues  

by Dean Andromidas

LaRouche: Stop That War Now!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

War Was Held at Brink Over July 28-29 Weekend  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Israel Starts Sweating Over War Crimes Cases  

by Dean Andromidas

‘Balkan Wars Precede World Wars,’ LaRouche Tells Macedonians  

by Umberto Pascali

EIR Asia Tour Mobilizes for Eurasian Land-Bridge, New Bretton Woods  

LaRouche Societies have been formed in Malaysia and the Philippines.

Give Indonesia’s New Government a Break  

by Gail G. Billington

BP Provokes Iran, To Attack Eurasia Progress  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

National

Bush Commission, Wall Street Push Social Security Theft  

by Richard Freeman

The mis-named Commission to Save Social Security, chaired by former Sen. Daniel Moynihan, is demanding the privatization of Social Security: the largest remaining source of still-untapped funds to feed the speculative bubble.

Bush’s Medicare Drug Plan Looks Like Yet Another Offering to ‘Privateers’  

by Linda Everett

Baltimore: Mayor O’Malley’s Tunnel Vision  

by Lawrence K. Freeman and Michele Steinberg

Boot Camps: Children Are Being Treated Worse Than Animals  

by Donald Phau

We Lack Public Health for Bio-Terror Defense  

by Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup  

Departments

Editorial  

Why It Had To Happen

Book Reviews

The Pope, in Truth and in Metaphor  

by Nina Ogden

John Paul II: A Personal Portrait of the Pope and the Man, by Raymond Flynn with Robin Moore and Jim Vrabel; and The Accidental Pope: A Novel, by Raymond Flynn and Robin Moore.

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