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Volume 29, Number 44, November 15, 2002

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International Youth Movement of LaRouche Is Recruiting!  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

At meetings in Europe, the United States, and Mexico, young people of the “no future” generation are in dialogue with the octogenarian Lyndon LaRouche, as he makes them aware of the power of the cognitive quality of their own minds.

Do You Want a Future? Learn How To Solve the Crisis of Humanity  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s opening presentation to the Nov. 2-3 East Coast Youth Cadre School. “The entire system is disintegrating,” he told them. “There are two things we should consider: in general, the nature of the disintegration; what’s wrong with your parents’ generation, as such, which is the same thing—disintegration; and, what is the crucial aspect that your role has to be, in your generation, in order to fix this world mess. The role of leadership.”

Economics

U.S. Third-Quarter GDP Fraud Stands Exposed by Bad October  

by Richard Freeman

Growing unemployment and the sharp contraction of the auto industry give the lie to Commerce Department claims of a 3.1% growth in GDP.

Different Kind of Earthquake in Turkey  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

ASEAN Summits: Peace by ‘Infrastructure and What GoesWith It’  

by Gail G. Billington

Gold Dinar: An Economic and Strategic Response to Chaos  

by Michael O. Billington

Africa: Starvation Catastrophe Threatens 30 Million  

by Uwe Friesecke

Official IMF Line Is Challenged in Sarajevo  

Business Briefs  

International

LaRouche’s Return After 20 Years Is Big News in Mexico  

by Gretchen Small

LaRouche’s trip to Saltillo, the capital of the northern state of Coahuila, comes in the midst of an existential crisis far greater than that of 1982, when LaRouche was last in Mexico. Mexicans wanted to discuss with him, personally, what to do—and many made clear that they want him in the White House in 2004.

Will Brave Israeli Leaders Emerge To Challenge Sharon’s Fascism?  

by Dean Andromidas

Sharon’s Government: A Rogues’ Gallery of Fascist War Criminals  

by Scott Thompson

Will Moonie Money Be Used in Netanyahu-Sharon Election Theft?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche ‘Super-TVA’ Leads, After Dems’ Self-Defeat  

by Harley Schlanger

There was no “Bush mandate” in the mid-term election: Although high abstention rates by Democratic voters elected Republicans to control over the Senate and increased their margin by five seats in the House of Representatives, the only mandate given was on the Democratic side. It is a demand for a completely new Democratic Party leadership to replace the cronies of Sen. Joseph Lieberman and the Democratic Leadership Council.

LaRouche Vote: Shape of Things to Come?  

by Nancy Spannaus

The Democratic Party’s national leadership vacuum has left Democrats, and sane Republicans, no place to turn but to the economic recovery policies of Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche, the leader of the “FDR” tradition.

The International ‘Christian Embassy’ in Jerusalem and Its Terrorist Connections  

by Michele Steinberg

Christian Zionists Are Not Christians  

by Edward Spannaus

The Strange Sources of Violence for Children  

by Don Phau

Through the Saban Entertainment company, Israeli military intelligence, aided by the Christian Right, has created a multibillion-dollar market in violent videos for children in the United States.

National News  

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Editorial  

Ashcroft’s Blood Lust.

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