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Volume 34, Number 35, September 7, 2007

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Science vs. Statistics: When Fate Hangs on a Forecast  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. emphasizes that understanding the validity of his outstanding record in economic forecasting, and understanding the method he used to make those forecasts, “is pretty much a life-or-death matter for our own and the world’s economy.” This is the only way, in the little time remaining, that the citizens of the U.S.A., and the world at large, will be equipped with the ability to decide on a new journey into the future, instead of continuing with the old failed ways, on the road to doom.

Start Bankruptcy Reorganization With Homeowners and Bank Protection Act

Lyndon LaRouche’s legislative proposal is the only way, at this late date, to stop millions of home foreclosures this year and next.

FDR Defended Small Homeowners From Foreclosure, Usury

LaRouche Youth Rally States To Fight for the General Welfare  

by Lewis Whilden

Speaker Wright Was Right, Then and Now  

by Harley Schlanger

Economics

Erect a Firewall Now: Debt Is Not an Asset  

by John Hoefle

The financial system today is based on the fraud of treating debt as a financial asset. The current crisis can only be understood from the standpoint of LaRouche’s Triple Curve pedagogy, with a decline in physical assets and hyperbolic growth in financial and monetary aggregates.

Italians Call for LaRouche- FDR Solution  

by Claudio Celani

The World Must Now Listen to the Wise Words of José López Portillo  

by Dennis Small

On the 25th anniversary of the late Mexican President’s historic address to the United Nations, we print excerpts from that speech, plus his remarks to a 1998 seminar with Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

From Food Shocks to Famine: The Impact of Biofoolery and ‘Global Sourcing’  

by Mercia Merry Baker and Christine Craig

Russia: Contours of an Economic Policy To Save the Nation  

by Rachel Douglas

LaRouche in 1995: Infrastructure Is Key For Russian Economy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Privatizing the Murray-Darling Water Basin Will Destroy Australian Farming

by Jeremy Beck and Allen Douglas

Polar Bears Are Smarter Than Al Gore

by Gregory Murphy

Interview

LaRouche Talks With Chinese: It’s Time for Solutions  

In discussion with Chinese journalists, Lyndon LaRouche makes the case for a four-nation alliance of the United States, China, Russia, and India, to set the stage for a new global financial-monetary system. Despite the insanity of the current Bush Administration, U.S. objective interests have always been in favor of friendship with China.

International

British Hand Is Pushing Bush Into Iran War Trap  

by Michele Steinberg AND Jeffrey Steinberg

Serious thinkers in Southwest Asia believe that the U.S.A. will attack Iran—without justification. British think-tanks and other geopolitical manipulators are stoking the fires.

Israel-Palestine: Peace Conference or Hot Autumn?

by Dean Andromidas

Behind Bush’s Latest Anti-Iran Diatribe

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

LaRouche Youth Movement in Africa: Reconstruct the World Economy!  

Members of the LYM from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Denmark, and the United States are interviewed on The LaRouche Show, as the movement begins to take shape in several African countries.

International Intelligence

National

Home Alone, Dick and George Desperately Scheme for War  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Alberto Gonzales’s departure creates a dangerous vacuum for Bush and Cheney, at the top of the Justice Department. With several investigations ongoing, of which the BAE scandal is potentially the most explosive, they are looking for someone reliable there to protect them from impeachment.

With ‘Firewall’ Gonzales Out, the Smell of Watergate Is in the Air  

by Edward Spannaus

Editorial

Emergency Action in September

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