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Volume 32, Number 14, April 8, 2005

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Situating Health-Care Policy: What Is Infrastructure?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The threatened national catastrophe in health care and sanitation, must be understood as a special feature of a broader issue, the general breakdown, through mismanagement and neglect, of national basic economic infrastructure as a whole. Only then, after situating the choice of mission of health care within the mission of basic economic infrastructure for the development of the economy as a whole, could we reach competent judgments on the required internal features of a competent choice of health-care system, as such.”


LaRouche: Project Democracy Was ‘Coup-Coup’d’ in Kyrgyzstan  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The political crisis in that Central Asian nation was a Moscow-orchestrated “coup-coup” against the Bush-Cheney Project Democracy apparatus that was deeply involved in the so-called “rainbow revolutions” in Georgia and Ukraine.

Documentation: From LaRouche’s 1999 video, “Storm Over Asia.”

Will the Kissinger Legacy Again Kill Lebanon?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg, Michele Steinberg, and Dean Andromidas

Lebanon Facing Condi’s Whip  

by Michele Steinberg

France: Cheminade Says ‘No’ to European Constitution  

by Jacques Cheminade

Germany’s Colonel Hübschen Proposes Urgent Change in Policy Toward Iraq  

by Jürgen Hübschen

Col. Jürgen Hübschen, retired from Germany’s Air Force, gave this briefing to EIR staff in Leesburg, Virginia.

No Future for Europe or America Without Cooperation Between Them  

by Nancy Spannaus

Interview with Col. Jürgen Hübschen (ret.).

The Not-So-Hidden Protectors of Italy’s Alessandra Mussolini  

by Claudio Celani

International Intelligence  


LaRouche Intervenes in GM Crisis: Save U.S. Industry  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Lyndon LaRouche has launched a drive for collaboration on a “reconstruction agenda” to save the nation’s industrial capacity in the face of the breakdown impact of the threat of a financial collapse of General Motors/GMAC, the world’s largest automaker and a $300 billion financing operation.

Gen. Sanchez Memo: One More Link From Rumsfeld and Cambone, to Abu Ghraib  

by Edward Spannaus

Government by Referendum: Schwarzenegger Chooses Demagogy To Impose Shultz’s Fascist Agenda  

by Harley Schlanger

Referendum: Hitler’s ‘Democratic’ Weapon To Forge Dictatorship  

by Steve Douglas

Catholics Start Drive To Stop Death Penalty  

by Nina Ogden

National News  


Maastricht Anti-Growth Pact Castrated by European Leaders  

by Rainer Apel

The European Union’s “Stability Pact” should have been abolished, which would have restored national sovereignty in economic decision-making. It’s weakened, but not yet dead.

Bird Flu: A Pandemic Waiting To Happen  

by Colin Lowry

OECD Conference Backs Nuclear Energy  

by Emmanuel Grenier

How the Pinochet Model Was Imposed On Peru’s Social Security System  

by Manuel Hidalgo

Hernando de Soto and the Economic Hit Men  

by Manuel Hidalgo


Secret Warfare: From Operation Gladio to 9/11  

Interview with Dr. Daniele Ganser.

The Strategy of Tension  


Col. Jürgen Hübschen (ret.)  

Colonel Hübschen was military attaché at the German Embassy in Baghdad from 1986-89; worked for many years for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE); and has long-term experience working alongside his NATO colleagues from the United States who were based in Germany.

Dr. Daniele Ganser  

Dr. Ganser is the author of NATO’s Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe, and is leading a research project at the Center for Security Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich.


A Lame Duck  

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