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Volume 32, Number 24, June 17, 2005

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What Germany Needs Now!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

In the event that on June 13, German Federal Chancellor Schröder fails to announce a substantial change in his economic policy, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairwoman of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity (BüSo), intends to announce her own candidacy for the office of Chancellor of Germany. In this statement, she explains why.

We Are in a Pre-Revolutionary Period  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Mrs. LaRouche gave this briefing to The LaRouche Show, an Internet radio program, on June 4. Looking at the fast-paced developments in Europe over the past few weeks, she said, “We are really in a revolutionary situation where everything can go wrong, or everything can go in a positive direction. And people experience that sense—that we are in such a moment of tremendous historical change.”

A New Bretton Woods Now!  

A call for an Ad Hoc Commission for a New Bretton Woods, drafted by Mrs. LaRouche and being circulated as a petition internationally.

Feature

Remember Walther Rathenau  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The echo of the July 24, 1922 assassination of Germany’s great industrialist Walther Rathenau once again reverberates in world history. Today, as then, terror chills the will-power of statesmen shuddering in fear of those malignant financial powers behind the scenes, which would once again arrange the assassination of any leading figure who gets in the way of plans to loot the pensions and other instruments of the general welfare of the peoples of the world.

New GM Mass Layoffs Mean Auto Is Falling Fast  

by Richard Freeman

‘Enron Accounting’ and Dereg Kill Pensions  

by Paul Gallagher

Hedge-Funds Crisis Breaks into the Open  

Real Estate Bubble Brings ‘Depression’ Foreclosures  

by Michele Steinberg

Pentagon’s Hiding of BRAC Data Intensifies the Base-Closing Fight  

by Carl Osgood

The Major Bases To Be Lost in Rumsfeld’s Plan  

by Marcia Merry Baker

International

‘X Committee’ Out To Blow Up Southwest Asia  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

There is growing evidence that a “silent preparation for war” is now under way in Washington and Tel Aviv, sources report. To know who is pulling the strings, look to the “X Committee,” the Anglo-American neo-con apparatus that has been playing the Israeli “breakaway ally” game for decades.

Israel Computer Spying Linked to ‘X Committee’  

by Edward Spannaus

Science in Russia: Alive, but Malnourished  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Report from a conference at the Vernadsky State Geological Museum in Moscow, on “Science and Our Future: Ideas To Change the World.”

Luis Posada Carriles Gives the Lie to George Bush’s ‘War on Terrorism’  

by William F. Wertz, Jr.

Uganda: Is President Museveni Losing U.S. Support?  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

International Intelligence  

National

On the North Korea Flap: But, Gentlemen, Our Presidency Is, After All, Collectively Insane ...  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The implication of the recorded CNN interview of the Cheney pair with Larry King, is that the collective George W. Bush Administration has gone beyond ‘nuts,’ to wildly, dangerously insane.”

Detroit City Council Calls for Retooling Bankrupt Auto Sector  

Retool Auto Industry To Solve Detroit Crisis  

Interview with LaMar Lemmons III.

National News  

Interviews

LaMar Lemmons III  

Lemmons represents District 3 in the Michigan House of Representatives. On May 18 he introduced a resolution calling on Congress to intervene to rescue the automobile industry, now facing imminent bankruptcy.

Economics

Debate in Europe Intensifies over Future of Euro Currency  

by Andrew Spannaus

After years in which serious debate over the European Union’s economic policy has been virtually prohibited, a public backlash is becoming an explosion, and certain political forces have begun to suggest that the euro should be scrapped.

France’s New Leaders Ignore Popular Mandate To Reject Globalization  

by Christine Bierre

Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin’s inaugural speech to Parliament punted on the vital issues of economic policy.

Start Now Building 28 U.S. Nuclear Plants!  

by Marsha Freeman

Nuclear Plant Designs Ready To Be Built Now  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

The American System

How FDR Battled the ‘Tories’ To Protect His New Deal Policies  

by Pamela Lowry

Editorial

A Constitutional Solution  

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