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Volume 36, Number 16, April 24, 2009

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LaRouche Delegation in Sudan: Target the British Empire!  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

A four-person delegation from the LaRouche movement attended the World Conference for International Justice, Uniting Against the Politicization of Justice, in Khartoum on April 5-7.

Kick the British Out of Africa!  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

His speech to the conference.

Sudan’s ‘TVA’: A Development Model for All of Africa  

by Hussein Askary

Sudan is forging ahead with infrastructure development, the best answer to the British-run attacks against the nation.

Military Intervention Would Destroy Sudan  

An interview with Abdel Budri.

Report from Darfur: Sudan Counters Effect of Foreign-Backed Rebellion  

by Douglas DeGroot

Creativity & Economics

Comment on James Galbraith Paper: Good Progress, But More Is Needed  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche takes off from a January 2009 paper by Prof. James K. Galbraith, “A Biophysical Approach to Production Theory.” Galbraith’s argument represents an important breakthrough, LaRouche writes, but it does not yet touch the more challenging domain: “What is actually human creativity?” While consistent with the currently accepted practice of Professor Galbraith’s profession, there is no possibility of understanding economic processes without keeping human creativity as the central focus of deliberation. “Therefore, as I shall emphasize here,” LaRouche writes, “the question addressed by economists ought to be: What is the experimentally validated meaning which should be assigned, by science, to the practical use of that universal term, ‘creativity’?”

World News

The President Was Shocked: An Opportunity To Bring This Planet Out of the Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s opening remarks to a meeting of notables in Washington, D.C. on April 15, 2009.

Will London’s Royal Dope, Inc. Take Over Thailand?  

by Michael Billington

British Target Obama in Drug-Legalization Bash  

by Michael Billington

Arming Israel: U.S. Weapons Enforce British Mandate  

by Carl Osgood

Soros’s ‘Twitter Revolution’: Twitter/Facebook: A Strategic Threat  

by Matthew Ogden

International Intelligence  

Economics

Ignore the Fascist ‘Happy Talk’; Fight for LaRouche’s Solutions!  

by John Hoefle

The spin from the Obama Administration about “green shoots of recovery” bears all the hallmarks of the cult of “behavioral economists,” which has taken over aspects of the Administration’s economic policy.

What Is Their Secret? Degenerates Surround a Nero-Like President  

by Tony Papert

More evidence that the “behavioral economists” are carriers of the virus of British fascism.

Chicago Boys Behind the White House Coup  

by Anton Chaitkin

Public Health Emergency: Dire Shortage of U.S. Hospital Beds  

by Marcia Merry Baker

OMB’s Orszag: ‘Reform’ Behavior To Cut Costs  

by Carl Osgood

‘People Will Die’: Reality of Crash Is Hitting in California  

by Harley Schlanger

Science & Technology

Infectious Disease Warning: Pandemic of Syphilis-Like Spirochete in U.S.A.  

by Laurence Hecht

Lyme disease is an increasingly widespread illness that some within the Infectious Diseases Society of America tried to declare non-existent—and which many insurance companies refuse to cover. Yet, promising scientific leads point to a possible link to MS, Alzheimer’s disease, and other conditions.

Interviews

Abdel Budri  

A Sudanese attorney who was jailed after Hassan al-Turabi seized power in 1989, Mr. Budri later managed to flee, and spent the next 18 years in exile. He returned to his native country in 2006, and is participating in the political process.

Book Reviews

Robotics as Post-Humanism  

Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century, by P.W. Singer.

Editorial

There Is No Alternative!  

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