Lyndon LaRouche/EIR


The Aquarian Conspiracy by Executive Intelligence Review

Real History of Satanism by Lyndon LaRouche

[2001] Brazil: Prince Philip's WWF Tries to Muzzle EIR

[2004] Cartelsí Soy Revolution Kills Argentine Farming by Cynthia R. Rush

Dope inc. : Britain's opium war against the U.S by Konstandinos Kalimtgis
The Green Mafia: Environmentalism at the Service of World Government, published in Brazil by Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)

Who provided the drugs that swamped  the anti-war movement and the college  campuses of the United States in the  late 1960s? The organized crime  infrastructure which had set up the  Peking Connection for the opium trade in  1928 -- provided the same services in the  1960s and 1970s it had provided during  Prohibition. This was also the same  network Huxley had established contact  with in Hollywood during the 1930s. The  LSD connection begins with one William  "Billy" Mellon Hitchcock. Hitchcock was a  graduate of the University of Vienna and  a scion of the millionaire Mellon banking  family of Pittsburgh. (Andrew Mellon of  the same family had been the U.S.  Treasury Secretary throughout  Prohibition.) In 1963, when Timothy  Leary was thrown out of Harvard,  Hitchcock rented a fifty-five-room  mansion in Millbrook, New York, where  the entire Leary-Huxley circle of  initiates was housed until its later move  back to California. The Aquarian Conspiracy by Executive Intelligence Review