Missing Issues: Can You Help?       View Settings       Search

Volume 29, Number 27, July 19, 2002

Cover of EIR Volume 29, Number 27, July 19, 2002

View Full Issue

Download Full Issue

The War and Genocide Lobby Go Haywire in Washington  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

At a time of tumultuous economic and political crisis globally, the weaknesses of President Bush are compounded by the presence, inside his Administration, of a “mole hill” of operators, affiliated with the Sharon/Jabotinskyite faction in Israel, and allied neo-conservative American political networks of the Christian fundamentalist stripe. He also faces an insurgency from within the U.S. Congress, led by the alliance between Senators John McCain and Joseph Lieberman.

The ‘Mole Hill’ Inside the Bush Administration  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Scott Thompson

The McCain Mutiny Bullies the President  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Apocalyptic Plague of Christian Zionism  

by Nancy Spannaus

When ‘War on Terror’ Supports Terrorism  

Case Studies: “Narco-Terrorism Spreads War in South America,” “Peru Is Again Thrown Into the War Zone,” and “Perpetual War Faction’s Target: Saudi Arabia.”

Feature

The Challenge of Peace: For the Christian, for Example  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

How might we bridge the apparent gap between, on the one hand, what Christian Apostolic tradition, for example, knows as spirituality, and, on the other hand, the universality of the physical domain? The answer lies in Schiller’s concept of the Sublime, the which provides the key to establishing the possible basis for a peace among faiths, despite the presently accelerating threat of a dark age.

Economics

LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods: Monetary, Financial Reform on Agenda at Rome Meeting  

Lyndon LaRouche addressed an EIR seminar in Rome, on the subject of the imperial war drive under way by the Anglo-American oligarchical faction, and the economic and financial reorganization which is required to head off otherwise certain global disaster.

Behind the Government’s Make-Believe Job Gains  

by Richard Freeman

AIDS Toll Rises, But Could Still Be Stopped  

by Colin Lowry

The latest report from the United Nations AIDS program concludes that, contrary to some people’s delusions, the AIDS epidemic is still increasing rapidly, and 70 million people will die over the next 20 years, unless massive treatment and prevention programs are put into place now.

For Want of Air Traffic Controllers, Lives Will Be Lost  

by Anita Gallagher

International

An Imperial Criminal Court  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche writes that “in refusing to confirm the establishment of an imperial form of International Criminal Court (ICC), the U.S. government recently made the right choice, even though it had acted out of the wrong motive.” The issue is natural law, and the defense of the sovereign nation-state based upon such natural law.

Will the ICC Remedy Sharon’s War Crimes?  

by Dean Andromidas

If the International Criminal Court does nothing to prosecute Israel’s Sharon immediately for crimes against humanity, then it is exposed as an exercise in pure hypocrisy.

Documentation: Excerpts from a report by Israeli Knesset member Zahava Gal-On, on Israel’s “administrative detention” camps.

Iran Conducts Dialogue With ‘The Other America’  

Veteran U.S. civil rights leader Amelia Boynton Robinson, vice chairman of the board of the Schiller Institute, and EIR editorial board member Muriel Mirak-Weissbach, visited Iran, to represent those American forces who desire a Dialogue of Cultures—not Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations.

Iran Broadcasting Interviews LaRouche  

National

LaRouche Advises Democrats on What They Must Do  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A memorandum in reply to questions from Democratic Party figures concerned about the rapidly crumbling U.S. economy.

Democrats Confess, ‘Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens’  

by Nancy Spannaus

The leadership vacuum left by Democratic Party officialdom leaves the party base open to be organized by the only driving political force in that party, Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign, and his wing of supporters.

Hospital Privatizer In D.C. Fails Standards  

by Edward Spannaus

Departments

Editorial  

Argentina-Brazil-Mexico: Join Now!

Valid XHTML 1.1 Valid CSS!