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Volume 35, Number 28, July 18, 2008

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Combatting Britain’s New Opium War  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Colombian military’s dramatic rescue of 15 hostages held by the narcoterrorist FARC delivered a blow to the Anglo-Dutch financial oligarchy’s “New Opium War.” This was a coordinated effort by at least three nations, working in concert, and precisely fit Lyndon LaRouche’s March 1985 proposal for a Western Hemisphere war on drugs.

LaRouche on Colombia: Replace Terrorists with Farmers!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Colombia-Venezuela Railroad: LaRouche ‘Land-Bridge’ Is Back on the Agenda  

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla

A statement by the president of the Lyndon LaRouche Association of Colombia.

Max Londoño: Build the Metro to China!  

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla

LaRouche’s 15-Point Plan for a War on Drugs  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On March 13, 1985, LaRouche sent this message to a Mexico City conference.

The 1985 ‘Guatusa’ Plan: Proving Narcoterrorism Can Be Defeated  

The British Empire vs. the Pan-American RR  

by Anton Chaitkin

Economics

Put Up the Firewall, Bring In the Shrinks!  

by John Hoefle

The Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary Paulson are frantically pushing for more bailouts and deregulation, as institution after institution flames out, in an effort to bail out the bankrupt system which cannot be resuscitated.

A Global Shift in Nuclear Energy Policy  

by Marsha Freeman

Egypt Can Attain Food Self-Sufficiency Once WTO Globalization Is Shut Down  

by Marcia Merry Baker and Ramtanu Maitra

Defying Britain’s Genocide System: Sudan’s Great Project in Agriculture  

by Hussein Askary

World Food Crisis: Is It a Policy of ‘Silent Genocide’?  

by Karel Vereycken

International

G8 Summit Fails Again: New Bretton Woods, Now!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The collective avoidance, by the G8 governments meeting in Japan, of any discussion of solutions to the global economic crisis, will result in the complete collapse of the financial system, unless something extraordinary is done.

Zimbabwe: U.K. Leads G8 in Spitting on Africa  

by David Cherry and Dean Andromidas

The British Plan To Recolonize the Subcontinent Is Gaining Ground  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Blair, Bush Cover Up Iraq Invasion Crime by Sealing UN Files  

by Nina Ogden

National

Pelosi Is Covering Up for ‘Money-Changers in the Temple’  

by Nancy Spannaus

Instead of going after those who had put the pursuit of profit and speculation before the welfare of the people of the United States, as Franklin Roosevelt had done, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has overseen efforts to suppress all legislative initiatives which would go against the interests of the speculators.

Slime Mold on the ‘Back Stairs’: The Swamp Whence Al Gore Came  

by Dennis J. Mason

An organizer with the LaRouche Youth Movement describes the truly evil masters whom Gore serves, so that they are held accountable for their crimes.

‘Revolution in Military Affairs’: Behavior Modification Is No Strategy for War  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

Editorial

One Year Later—But Still Not Too Late  

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