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Volume 40, Number 6, February 8, 2013

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Britain’s Blair Demands a Thirty Years War  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Tony Blair’s call for a “generation of war” against al-Qaeda and other jihadist groups all over the globe, and his likening of the war on terrorism to the 45-year Cold War, directly reflect the British Empire’s policy of “permanent war”—which, under current circumstances, is leading to thermonuclear confrontation with Russia and China.

Documentation: Russia’s Lavrov Denounces NATO Interventionism  

Commemorating Stalingrad  

by Rachel Douglas

Ranting Against Russia, Syria at Munich Meeting  

Blair Says, More War  

British Empire Grooms Australia, Expands NATO, for War with China  

by Gabrielle Peut and Robert Barwick

Britain intensifies its nuclear war threats against Russia and China, by pushing, Australia and other Asian nations to join NATO in a military alliance targeted at China. Robert Barwick and Gabrielle Peut report from Melbourne.

Hugh White: Empire’s Man Prepares for War with China  

Michael Danby: Project Democracy’s Road to Nuclear War  

National

LaRouche Webcast: Enact Glass-Steagall Now, To Halt Financial Breakdown  

by Nancy Spannaus

Washington is abuzz with talk about Glass-Steagall, thanks to the organizing drive of LaRouche PAC. Lyndon LaRouche jas called for immediate re-enactment of the FDR measure, exactly as written, to end the policy of bailing out worthless institutions, at the expense of the American people and the U.S. economy.

An Organizing Dialogue: What Glass-Steagall Will Do  

EIR Economics Editor Paul Gallagher engaged in this dialogue with LaRouche PAC organizers on Jan. 24, 2013.

Economics

Oligarchy Spins Confusion Over Glass-Steagall  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

With the ongoing disintegration of the trans-Atlantic financial system, on the one hand, and the growing international support for a return to FDR’s Glass-Steagall Act, on the other, the bankers who want to cling to the casino economy are attempting to sow confusion about the banking reform.

Monte dei Paschi Affair Could Bring Draghi Down  

Feature

More on the Principle... There Has Been a Breakthrough!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Sense-certainly, as a method for seeking truth, has now officially been demolished, with the publication of this paper, whose purpose, LaRouche writes, is “to correct what had been the widespread, taught illusion, the illusion which works to the present effect of what passes among all too many, for a claimed knowledge of principle.... Actually, the claims made in support for such admittedly commonplace academic illusions as those, hang upon presumptions which have been entirely discarded by the greatest of all truly great scientific minds.”

Mind versus Mere Brain: An End to Reductionism  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In which LaRouche poses the question: “What is the actually crucial distinction of the mere human brain, the distinction supplied from that of the actually noëtic powers of the human mind?”

Conference Report

Fighting the Politics of Empire: America’s Tradititon  

A continuation of EIR’s coverage of the Schiller Institute’s Jan. 26 conference in New York City, on the theme “A New Paradigm To Save Mankind.”

What Is Mankind as a Species?  

by Bruce Fein

Empire or Republic? The American Foreign Policy of John Quincy Adams  

by Dr. Clifford Kiracofe

A New Dark Age or a Renaissance?  

by Sean Stone

History

The War of the Pacific: The Empire Crushes Peru’s American System Project  

by Cynthia R. Rush

A review of La Verdad Detrás de la Guerra del Pacífico: el imperio británico contra el sistema Americano de economía en Sudamérica (The Truth Behind the War of the Pacific: the British Empire Against the American System of Economics in South America), written by Luis E. Vásquez Medina, the founder in Peru of statesman Lyndon LaRouche’s political movement.

Editorial

The Constitution vs. Obama  

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