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Volume 40, Number 19, May 10, 2013

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The British Empire’s Concentration Camps vs. Glass-Steagall  

by Dennis Small

“We are now, again, facing a situation where the majority of Europe, especially Southern Europe, is being turned into a concentration camp. It is happening again, in service of the centuries-old policy of intentional depopulation that the British Empire has long defended. It’s being done again, in such a fashion, that they are hoping that people will not fight. And, the single best way to defeat the spread of this policy today is by the application of the Glass-Steagall Law, again.”

A Note on Our Calculations of Youth Unemployment  

by Dennis Small

The Eyes of the World Are Upon Us  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

From a 21st-Century Spanish Emigrant  

by Amaya Moro-Martín

U.S. Role Is Key To Save Europe  

by Giancarlo Giorgetti

Mexico: To the U.S. Congress: Glass-Steagall Now!  

Germany: U.S. Congress Told: Europe Needs You  

International

Israel Takes the Lead in Empire War Drive on Syria  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Despite fierce opposition from the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, President Obama is moving to directly arm the Syrian rebels, despite the growing power of radicals aligned with al-Qaeda in the Syrian opposition.

Obama Follows British Afghan Policy Straight Toward a New War  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Bad news is pouring out of Afghanistan in buckets. President Obama and his grim-looking advisors do not have a clue how to deal with the problems and keep the schedule for withdrawal of U.S. troops intact.

LaRouche Movement Breakout: Filipinos Rally To ‘Save the Nation’  

by Michael Billington

Economics

The Fake Anti-Euro Party: Anti-Euro on the Outside, National-Monetarism Inside  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The new Alternative for Germany party, which touts itself as opposing the euro, actually doesn’t; its leading spokesmen are a gang of monetarist economics professors from the orbit of the Mont Pelerin Society. Their “cure” would be worse than Europe’s current disease.

Meeting the Challenge of Expanded Rice Production  

by Dr. Robert Zeigler

Part 1 of a speech by the director of the International Rice Research Institute, based in the Philippines, to an event on Global Food Security at the Center for Strategic International Studies in Washington. “We’ve got a major challenge,” Dr. Zeigler said. “We’re going to have to increase the productivity of our existing lands just to stay where we are, let alone improve our productivity.”

National

As Week of Action Starts: LaRouche: Free the Captive Nations with Glass-Steagall  

by Nancy Spannaus

The LaRouche PAC mobilization aims to provide the necessary push for immediate passage of H.R. 129, the bill by Reps. Marcy Kaptur and Walter Jones which would reinstate Glass-Steagall, and to get a companion bill introduced, then passed, in the Senate.

Impeachment Closes In on President Barack Obama  

On LPAC-TV: Prof. Boyle Repeats Case for Impeachment  

International law Prof. Francis A. Boyle has offered to work pro bono to develop a bill of impeachment against President Obama, for any member of Congress with the guts to proceed.

Drones Kill Innocents; Stir Hatred of U.S.A.  

by Farea Al-Muslimi

Testimony before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights on “Drone Wars: The Constitutional and Counterterrorism Implications of Targeted Killing.” Al-Muslimi is a Yemeni journalist who lived in the United States as a student.

Rand Paul: End Killing of Americans Without Trial  

Conference Report

The Persian Gulf: Peace and Construction, or War and Destruction?  

by Hussein Askary

Speech to the Schiller Institute’s April 13-14 “Forum for a New Paradigm” in Frankfurt, Germany.

Greening the Desert  

by Dr. Hassan Janadi

Videotaped remarks to the conference from Iraq’s Ambassador to the Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome; he is an expert on water systems and desertification.

Editorial

The Genius of Alexander Hamilton  

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