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Volume 29, Number 14, April 12, 2002

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Sharon and IDF Launch the ‘Passover War’  

by Dean Andromidas

Sharon, U.S. Unleash Threats to Arab States  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Palestinian Diplomat Cites U.S. Patriot on Martyrdom  

by Hassan Rahman

Mahathir, OIC Meeting Condemn Israeli Terror  

by Michael Billington

Pope John Paul II: ‘War Has Been Declared on Peace!’  

Pope Confronts Bush on Mideast Crisis  

by Claudio Celani

Economics

U.S. Becomes the Exporter of Delusions of Last Resort  

by Paul Gallagher

Long gone as the world’s “importer of last resort,” the United States is now exporting pathetic fantasies of economic recovery, to as far away as depression-wracked Japan.

Meltdown of the Telecoms Continues, and Threatens World Financial System  

by Richard Freeman

The Federal Reserve vs. the United States  

by John Hoefle

Fundamental Theorem: Gauss’s Declaration of Independence  

by Bruce Director

A pedagogical exercise. Bruce Director shows how 200 years ago, Carl Gauss proved that “imaginary numbers” were, like other numbers, the shadows of real physical action in the universe—something most mathematicians still can’t see.

Feature

LaRouche Briefs Milan Leaders on Solutions to Global Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On March 21-22, U.S. Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. visited Milan, Italy, for meetings with legislators, businessmen, and supporters. In last week’s issue, we published the text of his speech to a March 22 meeting of Iniziativa Italiana, an association of small entrepreneurs from the Lombardy region. Here, we continue with the discussion portion of the meeting.

International

Easter, a Time for Reflection  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“My message to you is this: To achieve a sublime result, you must let yourself be inspired by a sublime thought, and combine that thought, as Jeanne d’Arc did, with the will to risk whatever that sublime intention demands of you.”

China-India Ties Grow in Face of U.S. Imperium  

by Mary Burdman and Ramtanu Maitra

Commemorate the Malvinas War by Freeing Seineldín!  

Twenty Years Later  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

This paper was presented on Lyndon LaRouche's behalf to a seminar in Brazil on April 2, sponsored by the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement.

The Malvinas War and Strategic Utopianism  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

The Malvinas Was a Great Message To Awaken Us  

by Col. Mohamed Seineldín

A statement by Argentina’s former Col. Mohamed Seineldín, now a political prisoner.

Last Chapter of the Fall of the Windsors  

by Alan Clayton and Scott Thompson

On the death of the “Queen Mum.”

International Intelligence  

National

The Emperors Bush and Nero  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The currently dominant factions in both leading U.S. political parties, typified by President Bush, and Senators McCain and Lieberman, are committed to policies which would install eternal rule by a world-empire parodying that of ancient Rome.”

Zbigniew Brzezinski: Then, and Now  

by Sen. Eugene McCarthy

Military Readiness: Problems Began Long Before Sept. 11  

by Carl Osgood

Taiwanese Visit Adds to U.S.-China Tensions  

by William Jones

ADL Settles Spying Case Rather Than Go to Trial  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

An interview with former U.S. Rep. Pete McCloskey.

When the ADL Spies Were Caught  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

An excerpt from EIR’s 1993 book, The Ugly Truth About the ADL.

Interviews

Pete McCloskey  

Former U.S. Rep. Pete McCloskey discusses the ramifications of the Anti-Defamation League’s settlement of a case arising from its spying operations against U.S. citizens.

Departments

Editorial  

Sharon Suckers Bush.

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