LaRouche in Sudan




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Sudan LaRouche Organisation

Date of Publication: 12 December 2001

 The European-Sudanese Public Affairs Council

 1 Northumberland Avenue





 Tel: 020 7872 5434

 Fax: 020 7753 2848



 First, a comment from the Commentarian:

 Before reading one of the most eye-opening articles that exposes the Hoax of the War on Terrorism,

I must point out that this ESPAC outfit based in London, never seems to mention any involvement in

terrorism by the British/Evil Empire. And it is this same Evil Empire that wishes to rule the world by

destroying all nation-states, Sudan, being the keystone in Africa.


 What is said below is the truth; our LaRouche organization has published articles about Garang and

his SPLA terrorists for years ……..









... With this and subsequent prison writings, including ``On the Subject of God,'' published in {Fidelio} magazine (Spring 1993), LaRouche has provided the ...

Islam: friend or foe?
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Executive Intelligence Review March 5, 1993, pp. 49-50

Lyndon LaRouche, in his groundbreaking work {The Science of Christian Economy} (Washington, D.C.: Schiller Institute, 1992), has articulated the first scientific approach to physical economy, built on the epistemological foundations of Christianity. With this and subsequent prison writings, including ``On the Subject of God,'' published in {Fidelio} magazine (Spring 1993), LaRouche has provided the teaching for profound economic policy changes to occur in those nations of the world of a Christian cultural matrix, nations, such as France, the United States, and the nations of Ibero-America, for instance, which first emerged as industrial societies precisely due to the application of Christian humanist principles in economic and social policy, and which fell into decay as a direct result of their having betrayed those principles. LaRouche's works point the way for these nations to recover economic health, by rediscovering the science embedded in their Christian heritage.



Posted By: somtum
Date: Monday, 24 March 2003, 3:00 p.m.

The following emergency declaration was passed on March 23, 2003 by the participants in the International Conference of the Schiller Institute in Bad Schwalbach, Germany, coming from 46 countries:

….. Sudan…...

Towards the Sovereignty and Development of All the World's Nations (By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.)


The Cultural Basis for a  Peace Policy (By Helga Zepp-LaRouche)

Helga Zepp-LaRouche spoke  before the historic Peace Conference in Khartoum, this January.


What is Behind the Idea of a  Nation-State?  (Discussion)  Lyndon LaRouche answers a question from the audience 
about the idea behind the Nation-State, and its relevance for today.


Time To Put This Country  On the March Once Again B Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,Executive Intelligence Review)
Reading from a speech Lyndon  H. LaRouche, Jr. gave on  January 20, 1997, in Florence,  Alabama on Martin Luther King,  true courage and agape, Dennis Speed argued that Dr. Godfrey Binaisa's proposal for the  African Civil Rights Movement represents the same concept.


Africa: Looting Ground for Bush, Inc. or Breadbasket for the World?
(By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Executive Intelligence Review) Lyndon LaRouche keynotes a  Schiller Institute conference on Africa, offering many proposals for the development of the  continent.


There Is No Sovereignty Under the British Commonwealth (By Sally Agame)  [Mrs. Agame is the Coordinator of State Affairs of Lado, and the General Secretary of the Black African Woman's Association.]

LaRouche's Plan for Africa (By Lyndon H. LaRouche,Executive  Intelligence Review)
At a Schiller Institute conference in Washington D.C., LaRouche detailed specific points on Africa.


The Evil We Have Tolerated Has Caught Up with Us (By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Executive Intelligence Review)
Lyndon LaRouche explores why The Evil We Have Tolerated in  Africa has caught up with us,  and what can be done about it.

British terrorism in Africa

An EIR Commentary by Lyndon LaRouche
March 7, 1997

The usually unreliable New York Times continues that tradition, with its Feb. 27 publication of an item by the Brookings Institution's Francis M. Deng, "Sudan's ?Domestic' Terrorism." There were no disclaimers from the editors or publishers, despite facts available to that newspaper, exposing Deng's tale as a hoax.

Deng, a former Sudan Ambassador to Washington, presents himself in a book which he himself has written, as a devotee of Samuel P. Huntington's rabidly racialist "Clash of Civilizations" mantra, and is himself a representative of the notoriously pathetic ethnic hoaxes fathered by British intelligence agent, and racialist anthropologist, E.E. Evans-Pritchard (also the father of the pathetic Ambrose Evans-Pritchard). The Times also knows that Deng is lying when he states, among other frauds, that the SPLM/SPLA has joined with John Garang (and Deng himself) in supporting British war-Lord Caroline Cox's so-called "National Democratic Alliance." EIR Contributing Editor LaRouche recently met, in Sudan, in two extended discussions, with the leadership of the SPLM/SPLA; more recently, several African-American officials have also met there with SPLM/SPLA leaders. The mere fact of those meetings were sufficient to expose Deng as a liar. Newsletters/sdup94.html

A Khartoum Shaigi, Ali Osman, 51, is a former judge. Subtly hardline, he was Social Planning Minister (dubbed "Social Engineering"), then Foreign Minister.

`His successor and ex-deputy at Foreign Affairs, Mustafa Osman Ismail, once headed the Friendship Council (parallel to Turabi's Popular Arab Islamic Conference), which invites foreign enthusiasts, such as Britain's Yousef Islam and Helga Larouche, wife of American right-wing activist Lyndon Larouche) to Khartoum.' (Africa Confidential 20/Feb/98)

EIR: Following one of his visits to Sudan, Lyndon LaRouche said the British targeted Sudan for fear that its successful defense of national sovereignty represents a threat to British Commonwealth plans to redraw the map of Africa, destroying sovereign nation-states, in part in order to loot raw materials. What do you think of his assessment?