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Volume 34, Number 21, May 25, 2007

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Fête for Professor Menshikov: LaRouche in Russia Is Featured Guest at Academy of Sciences  

by Rachel Douglas

Lyndon LaRouche travelled to Moscow to participate in the Russian Academy of Science’s celebration of the 80th birthday of Stanislav Mikhailovich Menshikov, the prominent Russian economist. Professor Menshikov introduced LaRouche as his personal guest at the events.

Top Russian Website Interviews LaRouche  

A popular Russian web portal interviewed LaRouche in Moscow, noting his opposition to the IMF and World Bank, and asking him about the economic crisis in the United States.

LaRouche: We Need a Mission-Oriented Planet To Defeat Globalization  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Addressing a private luncheon with Washington-based foreign diplomats on May 8, LaRouche demonstrated that we are now at one of the most critical points in all known history.

LaRouche: Will There Be an ’08 Presidential Election?

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Economics

Cerberus Takeover of Chrysler Sends Auto Deeper Into Hell  

by Nancy Spannaus

Cerberus Capital Management’s takeover of the U.S. auto industry, with Chrysler being its latest victim, is facilitating a systematic course of looting and shutting down the U.S. auto industry.

Trans-Korean Rail Opens Way for Eurasian Development

by Mary Burdman

International

The World Needs a ‘New Deal’! After the French Elections: Is All Europe Going Neo-Con?

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche warns that because the French population voted May 6 for British control of the Elysée Presidential palace, Europe threatens to come under control of the neo-cons, who are headed for World War III.

Dick Cheney’s Journey of Failures to Southwest Asia

by Hussein Askary

The real intention of Dick Cheney’s trip to Southwest Asia—to set up the basis for more war—was exposed by EIR and the press in the region before he arrived.

India Celebrates 150th Anniversary of War of Independence Against British

by Ramtanu Maitra

LYM Butchers ‘Al Gordo’ With Exquisite Argentine Cut

by Gabriela Arroyo and Betiana González

In Memoriam: Enéas Carneiro: Brazil Loses a Patriot, the LaRouche Movement a Friend

by Dennis Small and Gretchen Small

The Congressman was a fierce patriot and opponent of globalization, and an outspoken friend of the LaRouche movement.

Documentation: Excerpts from a speech by Enéas Carneiro, and from an EIR interview with him.

Nuclear Energy Renaissance Spreads Around the World

Will the United States catch up as the rest of the world goes nuclear?

National

Resounding Battle Cry for Bush-Cheney Impeachment  

by Pascal Chevrier

The LaRouche Youth Movement reports on the surge in the American population, demanding the impeachment of Dick Cheney and George Bush.

Massachusetts Dems Pass Impeachment Resolution

What Are Cheney and Addington Hiding About NSA Spying on Americans?  

by Edward Spannaus

Case for Impeachment

Cheney’s Impeachable Crimes Highlighted at UDC Forum  

A significant amount of previously unknown, dramatic new evidence as to why Vice President Dick Cheney should be impeached for “high crimes and misdemeanors” was presented by a group of leading U.S. intelligence and military veterans, joined by investigative authors at a forum at the University of the District of Columbia. A slightly edited transcript of the discussion.

Cooking the Books for an Unjust War

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Departments

Banking

by John Hoefle

A Special Kind of Incompetence.

Book Reviews

Cervantes Would Have Been Impressed  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Golem, and the Wondrous Deeds of the Maharal of Prague, by Yudl Rosenberg, translated by Curt Leviant. A review by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Cooking the Books For an Unjust War  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Italian Letter: How the Bush Administration Used a Fake Letter to Build the Case for War in Iraq, by Peter Eisner and Knut Royce.

Editorial

Globalization Kills!

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