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Volume 35, Number 16, April 18, 2008

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The Project Before Us

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "In `Project Genesis', I emphasized the crucially important distinction between `event-driven' behavior in both beasts and man, on the one side, and, on the other, the `concept-driven' behavior which separates the distinguishing quality of the healthy human mind from both the behavior of the beasts, and from currently prevalent U.S. and European popular opinion. I apply that same, crucial distinction, here, for the purpose of emphasizing the significance of that distinction for the shaping of history. I shift the usual reader's attention away from today's popular, and often childish misconception of strategic realities, and toward the rarely grasped, higher intellectual level of a competent study of history, a viewpoint required to guide the world's population away, and up from the holocaust which threatens all humanity in the present, global crisis-situation. The subject is the great crisis gripping all mankind still today: the series of developments beginning with the historically crucial ouster of Germany's Chancellor Otto von Bismarck in '90, through today's immediately threatened doom, that of a global dark age for all humanity."

Global Food Crisis

Worldwide Hunger Catastrophe!
Produce Food, Not Biofuels!

By Helga Zepp LaRouche. Hundreds of millions of people are threatened with death from famine—and yet worldwide agricultural capabilities are being converted to useless biofuel production.

Famine: The British Genocidal Food Policy

Today's famine crisis was caused by a policy modelled on that of the British East India Company policy for agriculture: Exert worldwide control over what gets produced, where, and how—and starve people.

War, Food Shortages Ravage
Central Asia and Pakistan

Wheat Stem Rust Hits Eurasian Food Security

Lay Biofuel Death Toll at Gore's Door

From Our Archives:
LaRouche's 1988 Offer to Moscow
on Food Crisis

A speech on Oct. 12, 1988 in West Berlin, in which Lyndon LaRouche forecast the early reunification of Germany, and proposed the beneficial terms, for the Soviet bloc, on which it could occur.

`Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread'

From a speech by Lyndon LaRouche to the Second International Food for Peace Conference, in Chicago, Dec. 10, 1988.

Economics

Globalization Is Genocide

What else would you call a policy whereby trillions of dollars are spent to bail out the banking system, trillions of dollars are spent on war, and people are deliberately starved by a combination of financial policy and food cartel machinations?

Business Briefs

International

How We Must Deal with the
Worst Crisis in History

Lyndon LaRouche made this presentation to a group of diplomats in Washington, D.C., on April 10. The entire world financial-monetary system is in a hyperinflationary crisis, he said, which is comparable in its dynamics, to what happened to Weimar Germany in 1923. There is no minor financial crisis in the United States. What there is, is a global crisis. There are things that can be done, but time is very short.

Resistance Grows as Battle
over Lisbon Treaty Enters Decisive Phase

The British Empire Is Frantic
To Eliminate Zimbabwe's Sovereignty

British Lords Demand Zimbabwe's Demise

From the House of Lords "debate" on April 3.

Arab League Summit:
The Conditions Needed for a Winning Strategy

International Intelligence

National

The U.S.A. Cannot Survive
Al Gore's Genocidal Treachery

The British and their stooges are promoting Gore to take the Democratic Presidential nomination, in a deadlocked convention.

From Our Archives:
Gore and the Ehrlichs: A Policy of Genocide

Kissinger's NSSM 200

Bloomberg's Brit Tax Dead on Arrival

The Lurid Case of Britain's Poison Penn

Hillary Clinton has finally fired London agent Mark Penn as her chief campaign advisor.

The Fascist Theory Behind Mark Penn

Editorial

The Firing of MacArthur, Then and Now