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Volume 40, Number 39, October 4, 2013

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LaRouche Webcast: Cancel Wall Street! Go for Glass-Steagall & the Fusion Economy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s Sept. 27 webcast, in which he was joined by members of his Policy Committee, for a discussion covering the paradigm-shift in relations among the United States and Russia, the U.S. and Iran, and a potential solution to the horrific crisis in Syria. But the focus was on the need to shut down Wall Street, and put through Glass-Steagall.

Wall Street Is Out To Kill You with Hyperinflation  

The text of a leaflet issued by the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee.

JPMorgan, Obama Meet To ‘Solve’ Crisis  

by Paul Gallagher

In the midst of the government crisis in Washington, President Obama invited the top Wall Street bankers in to find out what he could do for them, as Main Street crumbled.

International

Zepp-LaRouche UN Appeal: Call on World Leaders To Replace Globalization Now!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

With the fragile hopes for peace in Syria, and rapprochement between the U.S. and Iran, Helga Zepp-LaRouche has issued an “Urgent Appeal to the UN General Assembly.”

U.S. and Iran Open Diplomatic Track  

German Elections: Scandalous Fraud Against the Voters  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

The chairwoman of the Civil Rights Solidarity Movement (BüSo) in Germany analyzes the recent elections there, in which her party made the need for Glass-Steagall, vs. the Troika’s drive to impose the “Cyprus template,” the focus of its electoral campaign.

After the Election: Instability Remains  

Africans in Revolt vs. International Court  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

Led by leaders from Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya, a movement has arisen in Africa against the International Criminal Court.

Economics

Will U.S. Let Europe Fall Under New Dictatorship?  

by Nancy Spannaus

There is now a stark contrast between the nations of Asia, which are pushing ahead with nuclear power and space science, and the trans-Atlantic countries, whose people are being crushed under a monetarist dictatorship.

Interview: Terry Boehm: Globalization, Speculation Threaten Canadian Agriculture, Grain Production  

by Matthew Ehret-Kump

An interview with the president of the National Farmers Union of Canada.

Inland Waterways: Romantic Notion or Means To Kick-Start World Economy?  

by Karel Vereycken

A report from the 26th World Canals Conference which took place in Toulouse, France, Sept. 16-19.

National

Is U.S. Congress Waking Up to the Saudi Threat?  

by Edward Spannaus

Protests are being raised across the U.S. against the financing of terrorism by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its royal family. Even some in Congress are finally taking notice.

Science

‘Project Space’: The Thesis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The realization of the long-postponed great U.S.A. water system, expanded and enriched by the “Basement” research team, as NAWAPA XXI, will result in “the greatest, and most beneficial achievement in the expression of great works which had been ever achieved by mankind on planet Earth this far.”

Nuclear Agro-Industrial Complexes for NAWAPA XXI  

by Liona Fan-Chiang

Liona Fan-Chiang contributes the fourth in our series from the 21st Century Science & Technology Special Report, “Nuclear NAWAPA XXI: Gateway to the Fusion Economy.” NAWAPA XXI’s new productive powerhouses—nuclear-driven agro-industrial complexes—will become the centers of mass industrial and agricultural output.

Editorial

Glass-Steagall In, Obama Out  

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