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Volume 33, Number 13, March 31, 2006

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Private Armies, Captive People  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Reverse immediately all legislation and other actions which perpetuate what is the intrinsic corruption associated with the legacy of the functional relations among Cheney, Rumsfeld, George Pratt Shultz, Halliburton, and Bechtel.”

LaRouche Warned About Danger of Dictatorship  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Rohatyn, Shultz, Cheney ‘Privatization’ Scheme To Wreck U.S. National Security  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

At a 2004 conference on “The Privatization of National Security,” at Middlebury College, two leading American figures in the International Synarchy, George Shultz and Felix Rohatyn, teamed up in an assault upon the national sovereignty and national security of the United States.

Eisenhower’s Warning  

Hitler’s SS: Private Army of the Third Reich  

by Steve Douglas

East India Company Model That Rohatyn Promotes  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Feature

‘Only Animals Save Water; Human Beings Generate It’  

by Dennis Small

So polemicized a banner deployed by the LaRouche Youth Movement in Mexico City, outside the March 16-22 IV World Water Forum, which brought together thousands of government officials, NGOs, environmentalists, businessmen, and water experts from 140 countries, to discuss the world water crisis, and what to do about it.

LaRouche-López Portillo Battled To Power North America  

by Gretchen Small

Documentation: Excerpts from Lyndon LaRouche’s 1981 oil-for-nuclear proposal, and Mexican President José López Portillo’s “Energy Bretton Woods” proposal.

LaRouche’s Record: Great Projects To Solve the Water Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Globalization and Drought Ravaged Texas Farming  

An interview with Lee Barron.

Economics

Russia Embarks on Its Global Nuclear Power Plans  

by Marsha Freeman

Russian President Vladimir Putin described nuclear power engineering as “a priority [industrial] branch for the country, that makes Russia a great power; the most ambitious projects and progressive technologies are linked with this branch.” While other G-8 nations argue about nuclear, Russia has no intention of waiting.

India: Tamil Nadu Gets Nuclear Desalination  

by Ramtanu Maitra

The southeastern Indian state of Tamil Nadu is aggressively pushing for a program of nuclear-powered desalination to alleviate the chronic water shortage there, which is a brake on further industrialization.

When Will Atomic Power Return To Germany?  

by Rainer Apel

Texas University To Build First Nuclear HTR Research Reactor!  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Implosion of the Global ‘Carry Trade’  

by Lothar Komp

International

Doomed by Iraq, Corruption, ‘Tony Blair Is Going Down’  

by Scott Thompson

The British Prime Minister’s job approval rating is 36%, just above that of George W. Bush. And, “Tinny Blare” is in free fall.

Forces in Motion To Prevent Attack on Iran  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Is Iran Really a Threat To the United States and Israel?  

An interview with Martin van Creveld.

Behind the Belarus Election: A Nation That Says, ‘Just Try’  

by Konstantin Cheremnykh

Report from St. Petersburg.

International Intelligence  

Interviews

Lee Barron  

Mr. Barron is a farm broadcaster and farmer in Lubbock, Texas. He gives a first-hand account of how globalization and water scarcity are ravaging Texas agriculture.

Martin van Creveld  

Professor van Creveld teaches military history at Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and is the author of over 15 books on military history and strategy. He has lectured or taught at strategic and military institutes and universities throughout the world.

National

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Editorial

Cheney and Rumsfeld Must Go!  

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