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Volume 35, Number 50, December 26, 2008

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At the European Parliament: LaRouche Blasts Fed Folly, Calls for New Credit System  

by Nancy Spannaus

Speaking at a press conference at the European Parliament headquarters in Strasbourg, France, attended by parliament members and European journalists, Lyndon LaRouche emphasized the urgent necessity of a new international credit system, as the only workable alternative to the ongoing efforts to bail out the existing monetary system, through such insane measures as a zero interest rate for the dollar.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.: Press Conference at European Parliament  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Media Coverage of LaRouche in Strasbourg  

Feature

Mumbai Massacre Calls for a Probe of British Role  

by Ramtanu Maitra

If attacks like the Nov. 26-29 atrocity in Mumbai, India, are not to be repeated, the strong British link to the attack must be investigated, and not whitewashed, as the British are trying to do.

LaRouche: Ivanov Is Right on Mumbai Terror Attack  

British-Saudi Pan-Islamism: Britain’s Assault on the Muslim Nation-States and the World  

by Hussein Askary

Islam has been hijacked by terrorists claiming to be Islamic, a process that has been financed and run by the British imperial crowd. This historical report documents that process.

Appendix: How Britain Creates and Controls Jihadi Terrorists  

by Edward Spannaus

Strategic Studies

LaRouche in New Delhi: As $1.4 Quadrillion Crashes, There Is Reason for Optimism  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In this Dec. 5 address, Lyndon LaRouche emphasized that the solution to the global financial blowout, that began at the end of July 2007, is the formation of a Four-Power alliance to put the world system through bankruptcy reorganization, because there is not enough money or wealth in the world to pay off the trillions of dollars in toxic derivatives obligations.

LaRouche’s ‘Plan A,’ or The Empire’s ‘Plan B’  

Helga Zepp-LaRouche in New Delhi: Future U.S.-EU-NATO Relations: Implications for India, Central Asia  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Zepp-LaRouche demonstrated that Russia, India, and China are now in the crosshairs, because the Anglo-Dutch Liberal financial cartel will do anything to stop LaRouche’s Four-Power agreement of those three nations with the U.S.A. from coming into being.

Economics

A Real Stimulus Requires Physical Economy, Not Money  

by Marcia Merry Baker and John Hoefle

The lives of the world’s people depend upon a global system of production, distribution and consumption, not the money system. The proper role for finance, is as a handmaiden to the productive sector, which generates wealth and the means of our survival.

Ecuador Declares Partial Debt Moratorium  

by Dennis Small

Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa declared the foreign debt to be “illegitimate, corrupt, and illegal.” This challenge to the usury of the international financial institutions will not be welcome on Wall Street or in London.

International

Crisis Escalates: Deflation Today, Hyperinflation Tomorrow  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Until governments get up the gumption to rid the world of financial “toxic waste” by means of a regular bankruptcy procedure, the crisis is bound to worsen.

BAE Money Trail Leads to Thatcher  

by Dean Andromidas

Argentina Must Reject Soros’s Dope, Genocide  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Lebanon’s Aoun, Syria’s Assad Meet in Spirit of Treaty of Westphalia  

by Christine Bierre

The visit to Syria Dec. 3-7 by Gen. Michel Aoun (ret.) was an important step toward reconciliation with the country that forced him into exile in 1990.

Departments

Africa Report  

by Douglas DeGroot

Malloch-Brown, Soros Deliberately Worsen Crises.

Editorial

Countdown to January 20  

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