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Volume 42, Number 15, April 10, 2015

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Bush Family Treason  

by Barbara Boyd and Anton Chaitkin

EIR Editor-in Chief Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., calls for an ecumenical alliance to “burn the Bushes.” After 20 years of Bush family rule (two terms of the George H.W. Bush Vice Presidency, followed by his one-term Presidency and the two of his idiot son)—followed by six years of the even-worse Barack Obama, at last the clock has run out for America. Our citizens will not survive another two years under Obama—who must be removed forthwith—not even to begin speak of yet another Bush. EIR literally “wrote the book” on George H.W. Bush in 1992, in our authoritative George Bush, the Unauthorized Biography, which was studied by Bill Clinton’s campaign in their successful effort to unseat him. Here is the sequel.

Physicians’ Report: Bush Wars Were Near-Genocidal  

by Paul Gallagher

A View from Verona: ‘The American Century Is Over’  

Most Americans are unaware of it, but leading European intellectuals and elites, facing the prospect of nuclear war brought on by Washington, are becoming increasing frank.

The Tragedy of a Failed Culture

When America was Ruled by Three Evil Queens  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Tony Papert

As the living Johannes Brahms had feared, music had been in retreat since his death in 1897—a retreat which became a rout under the onslaught of the “modernists” of the 20th Century. In science, Max Planck was dead, and Albert Einstein was cooped up in Princeton as if in an insane asylum. Welcome to 1950s America.

The Shakespeare Principle: Bush Presidencies Are the Failure of a Culture  

by Gerald Rose

“The greatest poets are also the greatest scientists,” as Lyndon LaRouche asserts, and there is no greater scientific analyst of the causes of destruction of culture, than William Shakespeare.

O’Malley Is Shifting the Paradigm  

by Debra Hanania-Freeman

What the United States needs is a new Presidency, not based on an individual, but on the institution of the Presidency, a team committed to a Presidential process that will address the vital needs of the nation.

The Cuckoo’s Egg

Xi Jinping’s New Silk Road: Reviving Confucian Culture  

by Michael Billington

The failed culture makes its last desperate effort to destroy the successful culture. This in-depth portrait by Michael Billington fills out part of the picture drawn by Helga Zepp-LaRouche in our last issue.

President Xi Calls for Cooperation Around the Common Aims of Mankind  

by William Jones

Chinese leadership, in pulling together the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, in line with its New Silk Road policy, has shifted the global political dynamic.

Obama’s War on China’s AIIB Bank Is Virtual Treason Against U.S.  

by Paul Gallagher

Chinese Policy Is Based on the Confucian Culture of Harmony  

by Nancy Spannaus

Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s March 28 presentation at a Manhattan Schiller Institute event, on the Cusan principle of the “coincidence of opposites,” was complemented by Prof. James Hsiung.

The Full Potential Water Supply for Earth Is Being Discovered  

by Paul Gallagher

Correction

The article titled “New Perspectives on the Western Water Crisis” in our April 3 issue had a graphics mix-up, which has now been corrected. Please check the website for the accurate version.

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