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Volume 35, Number 26, July 4, 2008

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Free Trade vs. National Interest: The Economics Debate About Russia  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The pattern of cooperation among Russia, China, and India, LaRouche writes, is presently the pivot of any potential resistance to the London-led drive toward fascism. In Russia and its principal Asian partners, “the included reactions to this are to be recognized in a currently evolving, asymmetric strategy of self-defense against current British imperialism.... These reactions prompt my increasing concern about the part which liberal elements still occupy in Russia’s own economic policy. My concern ... centers on currently menacing ambiguities posed by that influence of free-trade ideology inside Russia itself, which is, itself, an added threat to Russia’s own national interest—and therefore, also ours—still today, a threat which persists despite the intended victims’ concern to check such influence by alien interests.”

International

Now for a Europe of Sovereign Republics!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The hyperinflationary crisis unleashed by the world’s central banks can no longer be covered up, and is triggering reactions such as the Irish voters’ “No” vote against the Lisbon Treaty. The more quickly Europe’s states can now proceed to cancel all European Union treaties, the more quickly they will be able to get the productive economy moving again.

Lyndon and Helga LaRouche in Rome: The World Food Crisis Can Be a Lever To End Globalization  

by Claudio Celani

The LaRouches held a press conference in Rome on the global food crisis with former Italian Sen. Lidia Menapace; were interviewed by Egyptian television; and met informally with several Members of Parliament. Mr. LaRouche addressed a conference dedicated to the memory of Aldo Moro, the former Italian Prime Minister who was assassinated 30 years ago.

Afghanistan: An Unwinnable War To Meet Colonial Geostrategic Ends  

by Ramtanu Maitra

A Stone in the Shoe of The ‘Masters of Change’  

by Rob Ainsworth

A report from the International Economic Forum of the Americas, held in Montreal.

Is Zimbabwe Violence a British Operation?  

by Douglas DeGroot

LaRouche: Brits Behind Argentine Coup Attempt  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Economics

Saving Banks, and Nations, from the Parasites  

by John Hoefle

Today, the issue of who controls the credit of a nation is of critical importance. Faced with the collapsing world economy, the oligarchs are racing to restructure the banking system, amputating the lesser players in order to save the core.

‘Un-Natural’ Floods, Speculation Hit U.S. Farmbelt; Cancel Biofuels!  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The impact of the second “500-year flood” in 15 years in the U.S. Midwest farmbelt is an automatic supply disaster for world grains and meat, besides causing vast damage to the residents and economy of the Upper Mississippi River Basin.

LaRouche: ‘The Greatest Part of Our Food Supply’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The British Empire Threshes the Australian Wheat Board  

by Alexandra Perebikovsky and Stephanie Nelson

Defend the Canadian Wheat Board!  

by Rob Ainsworth

The Soros Dossier

Your Enemy, George Soros  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche introduces a pamphlet produced by the LaRouche Political Action Committee (LPAC). The report rips the mask off the so-called philanthropist, and exposes the Nazi roots of this politcal-economic hitman.

George Soros: Hit-Man for the British Oligarchy  

by Hector A. Rivas, Jr.

Does Soros Have a Drug Problem?  

by Alexandra Perebikovsky

LaRouche’s War on Drugs  

George Soros: The Forced-Open Society  

by Leandra Bernstein

The Case of Malaysia  

by Alexandra Perebikovsky

George Soros Buys the Nomination; Obama Borrows It  

by Ed Hamler

Editorial

The Summer of Our Discontent  

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