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Volume 29, Number 39, October 11, 2002

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Truth! In U.S. National Security Policy: A Boldly Modest U.S. Global Mission  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche replies to President George W. Bush’s The National Security Strategy of the United States. “The time has come,” LaRouche writes, “when the possibility of the survival of our republic depends on the willingness of a majority among our people to abandon their habitual mind-slavery to so-called popular opinion. If our republic is to outlive the present crisis, we must not only abandon the war policies of Vice-President Cheney and his Chicken-hawks. Despite the monstrous mental decay in our schools, universities, and financier-controlled mass media, our survival as a nation now requires a majority among us to turn to actually thinking.”

Economics

LaRouche Called It: ‘Hellish’ September for Global Economy  

by John Hoefle

Lyndon LaRouche warned on Aug. 24: “September is going to be a horror-show, on the international financial markets. It’s going to be a horror-show for bankruptcies throughout the United States. We’re looking at mass layoffs, with no return from them in sight, no recovery in sight.” It happened, on schedule.

Brazil Is Going to Default, No Matter Who Wins the Elections  

by Gretchen Small

U.S. Credit Market Debt Grows by Record Amount  

by Richard Freeman

Mexico: Wall Street to Fox: ‘Time To Play Dirty’  

by Rubén Cota Meza

Bush Shock Therapy Demand Crashes Tokyo Market  

by Kathy Wolfe

Italy’s Vote for New Monetary System Can Start Coalition To Stop the Collapse  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Breakthrough in Italy: Five-Year Fight for a New Bretton Woods  

Italy ‘Domino Effect’: Who’s Next for NBW?  

States’ High-Speed Rail Plans Ignore Amtrak  

International

War on Iraq Already Begun, Can Still Be Stopped  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Bush Administration’s “thwart mode” against allowing inspections to begin, comes as air, naval, and ground troop deployments show that war on Iraq is already underway, with a steady drive to escalate.

U.S. Ambassador Tells Egypt: Censor LaRouche  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach and Hussein Askary

The extensive coverage of LaRouche’s views in the Arab and Muslim world has drawn an enraged response from U.S. Ambassador to Egypt David Welch.

Israelis Attack U.S. Chicken-Hawk Faction  

by Dean Andromidas

Bush 41 Armed the Iraq, Which Bush 43 Wants To Destroy  

by Edward Spannaus

‘War Over the War’ In Blair’s Britain  

by Mark Burdman

India Okays Pre-Emptive War: Threat or Support?  

by Ramtanu Maitra

National

A Decision To Stop War From Which LaRouche Did Not Shrink  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Bush Administration’s draft resolutions before Congress and the UN Security Council are clinically insane. LaRouche calls on the United Nations to suspend its current debate on the formulations submitted to it, on the grounds that the President and Vice President of the United States are—hopefully temporarily—mad.

Regional Press Show Distrust of War Madness  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Despite Attacks, Dems Report Baghdad Visit  

by Suzanne Rose

Representatives David Bonior (D-Mich.), Jim McDermott (D-Wash.), and Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) travelled to Iraq to get a first-hand view of conditions there, and help UN inspections resume.

Dialogue of Civilizations: U.S., Arab Ambassadors Question Iraq War  

Speeches by Ambassador Hussein Hassouna of the League of Arab States, and Chas. W. Freeman, Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

Lock-Out Shuts 29 U.S. Ports, Hits Economy  

by Patricia Salisbury

No Move To Eradicate Killer Mosquito Plagues  

by Linda Everett

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Departments

Editorial  

“I Will Not Be Silenced.”

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