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Volume 30, Number 32, August 22, 2003

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When Cheney Spoke of Terrorism: Which Terrorists, Dick?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

This memorandum discusses the urgency of derailing the threat of a “new Sept. 11”—a threat announced by Vice President Dick Cheney at the American Enterprise Institute on July 24.

The Fascist Fall-Guys for a New, ‘Hispanic 9/11’ Attack on the U.S.  

by Dennis Small

Last November, a revamped fascist international apparatus assembled in Europe—with prominent beachheads in Ibero-America—centered on the Spanish Falange and Nueva Fuerza of Franco sidekick Blas Piñar. These Synarchists are drawing a bead against the United States—including possible terrorist attacks.

From the Editors  

Regarding ex-correspondents who have broken with Lyndon LaRouche.

A Strange Brew, Synarchists in Britain  

by Mark Burdman

Forza Nuova and Terrorism  

by Claudio Celani

‘Maritornes’: Whorish Defense of Feudalism  

by Gretchen Small

Israel’s Rafi Eitan Plotting New 9/11  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The EIR Record on the Nazi International  

Economics

Blackout: Enron-Style Dereg Strikes Again in U.S.  

by Marsha Freeman

No national political figure, except Lyndon LaRouche, has proposed a solution to this crisis: “Put the toothpaste back in the tube,” reverse energy deregulation, and institute a long-term capital investment program for energy infrastructure.

No ‘Recovery’ in Public Health of the United States  

by Marcia Merry Baker and Linda Everett

Asian Monetary Fund Is Back on the Agenda  

by Michael Billington

Grandma and Grandpa, Watch Out! The Medicare Drug-Coverage Fight  

by Linda Everett

International

Why Russia’s Oligarchs Are Now Under Attack  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The legal assault against multi-billionaire oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky reflects a power struggle in Russia of strategic proportions—not political theater, as some at first supposed.

EIR Mourns a Friend; Murder Rocks Russia  

by Mark Burdman

In memory of Grigory L. Bondarevsky.

Cambodia Moves Ahead, Despite the McCainiacs  

by Gail G. Billington

NATO in Afghanistan: New Bottle, Rancid Wine  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Cheney, Sharon Plan War on Iran and Syria  

by Dean Andromidas and Michele Steinberg

Police Are Closing In on Ariel Sharon  

by Dean Andromidas

Mideast Road Map Hits Israel’s Wall  

Diana Buttu, legal advisor to Palestinian Prime Minister Abu Mazen, gave this briefing at the Palestine Center in Washington on July 31.

International Intelligence  

National

The OSP, Cheney’s Own ‘Plumbers Unit,’ Is Exposed  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Soon after 9/11, a special unit was created inside the Office of the Secretary of Defense, to, in effect, wage “information warfare” against opponents of an Iraq war in the Administration and intelligence community. Called the Office of Special Plans (OSP), it grew rapidly into a “900-pound gorilla” engaged in covert operations, disinformation, and dirty tricks.

Straussian Neo-Cons ‘A Moral Cesspool’  

by Francis A. Boyle

The Case of a Living Stage Fright  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A statement on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s bid to be California “governator.”

California: Recall Threatens Chaos in Largest U.S. State  

by Harley Schlanger

Military Revolt Grows Against Rumsfeld  

by Edward Spannaus

Ashcroft Demands More Gestapo Powers  

by Edward Spannaus

Strategic Studies

‘Patriotic’ Scoundrels: Neo-Cons’ War on Clinton’s China Policy  

by William Jones and Marsha Freeman

A view from the United States: reviewing the Clinton Administration’s efforts to forge a viable policy of cooperation with China—and what was thrown up against it.

Departments

Editorial  

A Nuclear War When?

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