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Volume 34, Number 50, December 21, 2007

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The Force of Destiny: The Power of Natural Law  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Those who abuse natural law “to steal the welfare of nations and their peoples, will be punished all the more severely because they have used a terrible corruption of the idea of law to perpetrate such crimes against humanity as our ‘hedge funds’ and kindred predators continue to do even still today.”

LaRouche on July 25: The System Is Finished!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

German Bankers Bail, But on a Sinking Ship

by Rainer Apel

Flipping and Flopping

by John Hoefle

Banks, Investors Are Chewed Up by the Caymans Crocodiles Called SIVs

by Richard Freeman

Congress Quits Without Action, Leaves Foreclosure Tsunami Rising Everywhere  

by Paul Gallagher

An Eightfold Increase in Foreclosures  

An interview with Cathy Hinko.

Fascist Rohatyn Calling the Democratic Shots

Economics

LaRouche Asks: Which Bank of the South Will Prevail?  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The new bank can be used to contribute to the downfall of the dollar and the rest of the world with it, or it can reflect the proposals of LaRouche, to form the seed-crystal for a new financial architecture.

Business Briefs

Conference Report

Eurasian Land-Bridge Achieves Breakthrough in Canada  

by Rob Ainsworth

A conference in Ottawa sponsored by EIR, on “The Strategic Importance of the Eurasian Land- Bridge: Canada and the Coming Eurasian World.”

The Time Has Come To Rebuild With Peace  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche, in his keynote to the conference, called for the three nations in North America to cooperate in large-scale development projects, thereby setting a precedent that should be replicated in the rest of the world.

Speakers at EIR’s Ottawa Conference

International

Who Is Out To Sabotage The Annapolis Peace Process?  

by Dean Andromidas

The assassination of Gen. François Hajj, the second most senior officer in the Lebanese Army, threatens to throw that nation back into civil war; and tension is growing between Israel and Gaza. Yet regional diplomacy, emerging out of the Annapolis summit, continues to seek new avenues for meaningful negotiation.

German Foreign Policy Leader Says Annapolis Opens Doors for Peace

by William Jones

Russian Candidate Medvedev: In Tune With Putin’s Rooseveltian Thrust  

by Rachel Douglas

Mass Murder by Internet! Games Pose New Issue of Law  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Ban Killer Video Games And Internet Violence!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Civil Rights Heroine Amelia Robinson Organizes European Youth For LaRouche

International Intelligence

National

Outflanking the British Empire: The Mass Effect  

by Nick Walsh and Harley Schlanger

Realizing that the corpse, known as the world financial system, is quickly getting cold, LaRouche PAC organizers are acting on Lyndon LaRouche’s principle of the mass effect, to galvanize the population into action.

Stockton, California, #1 in Foreclosures: Will It Adopt HBPA?  

by Jason Ross

National News

The American Patriot

Andrew Jackson as a Treason Project

by Anton Chaitkin

Anton Chaitkin shows how President Jackson broke down the nation’s power over credit, tore down the tariffs protecting U.S. industry and wages, and blocked national expansion of canals and railroads. This attack on the American System of Economics laid the groundwork for the Civil War.

A Conceptual Glossary

by Anton Chaitkin

Interviews

Cathy Hinko  

The director of the Metropolitan Housing Coalition of Louisville, Kentucky, discusses the enormous increase in housing foreclosures in the area.

Book Reviews

Russia’s 1991-2001 Descent Into Hell

by Tony Papert

The Anatomy of Russian Capitalism, by Stanislav M. Menshikov.

Departments

Banking

by John Hoefle

Flipping and Flopping

Africa Report

by Douglas DeGroot

African Leaders Reject EU Trade Deal.

Editorial

The Strategic Turning Point of 2008

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