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Volume 34, Number 42, October 26, 2007

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Nobel Economics Prize: The Price Is Usually Wrong!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Nobel Committee’s folly in awarding the Economics prize to Leonid Hurwicz, Eric Maskin, and Roger B. Myerson, “for having laid the foundations of mechanism design theory,” illustrates the nature of some of the most important causes for the current chain-reaction-like, physical disintegration of the world’s monetary-financial system.

National

Dump Cheney Now: The Last Best Chance To Stop World War III  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The danger of world war will continue to exist as long as Vice President Dick Cheney is in office. Fear that he may prevail has prompted a number of prominent figures to revisit the issue of the Sept. 11, 2001 asymmetric warfare attacks on the United States.

Blackwater Nazis Aim Homeward: Kristallnacht in Virginia?  

by Anton Chaitkin

Greg Ahlemann, candidate for sheriff in Virginia’s Loudoun County, is part of an international theocratic, fascist underground, connecting the Blackwater USA corporate leadership to armageddonist Protestant and Catholic operatives.

International

Third World War or New World Economic Order?  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche reports that the artificial staging of an incident à la the Gulf of Tonkin, to create the pretext for a U.S. military strike against Iran, would lead to World War III. The alternative would be collaboration between the United States and Russia to build the Eurasian Land-Bridge, centered around a Bering Strait rail tunnel, which is being actively pursued by Russia, and advocated by some circles in the United States.

U.S.-Russian Missile Defense Talks Have Reached a Turning Point

by William Jones and Marsha Freeman

Caspian Summit: Putin Puts Forward a War-Avoidance Plan  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Are Israel and Syria Holding Peace Talks?

by Dean Andromidas

Former Mossad Chief: Iran Not an Existential Threat

Economics

Spotlight on Bering Strait at Arctic Energy Summit  

by Mercia Merry Baker and Anita Gallagher

The idea of transforming the Earth through great projects of physical economy, was presented with passion by the Russian delegates at the Arctic Energy Summit in Alaska.

Dick Cheney’s Oil Law for Iraq Is Neo-Colonial Theft

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Colombian LaRouche Movement: Vote for Great Projects, Maglev  

Make What Is Reasonable Possible: Darién Train and Bering Strait Tunnel

by Maximiliano Londoño

Engineering Projects for Development of the Atrato Region in Colombia

by Héctor A. Múnera

By Dr. Héctor A. Múnera, who teaches at the Department of Physics, National University of Colombia in Bogotá.

Danish Campaign for Maglev Picks Up Speed

by Michelle Rasmussen

The Promise of Fusion Power

by Stephen Dean

Dr. Stephen Dean of Fusion Power Associates prepared this video address for the Schiller Institute’s conference on “The Eurasian Land- Bridge Becomes a Reality,” in Kiedrich, Germany, on Sept. 15-16.

PBMR: Clean, Safe, and Affordable Energy

by Tom Ferreira

A paper presented to the Schiller Institute’s Kiedrich conference by Tom Ferreira, Senior Manager of Corporate Communications for Pebble Bed Modular Reactor (Pty) Ltd. of the Republic of South Africa.

Business Briefs

American System

The Fight for the American Republic: James Fenimore Cooper and the Society of the Cincinnati  

by Patrick Ruckert

By Patrick Ruckert. This is the first in a series of articles on the American patriotic tradition, and its historical enemy, the British/ Venetian oligarchy. The purpose is to inject the issue of the American System, and the quality of republican leadership and culture that must be revived, into the political process today.

From The Bravo: ‘A Republic, If You Can Keep It’  

by James Fenimore Cooper

Departments

Banking

by John Hoefle

The City of London.

Editorial

The Sex Life of Goldman Sachs

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