Helga Zepp LaRouche characterized the global recognition of the importance of man’s first steps on the Moon fifty years ago as a welcome wake up call, one which can restore the optimism attacked by Green Ideology for the last fifty years. Many nations now have vibrant space programs. Looking into space, and recognizing the reality that there is a huge universe there to explore, is itself a “beautiful refutation of Green ideology.” The Schiller Institute conference in New York was a major breakthrough, as this reality was the basis of impassioned discussion about the potential man opens up, when he takes up the mission of the Extraterrestrial Imperative, as defined by the space visionary, Krafft Ehricke.
Contrast this, with the stupidity of those pushing for confrontation and war against China, or the obvious British drive for war with Iran. These examples of lunacy make evident that the loyalty of the financial oligarchy is to the collapsing system, not the well-being of the human population.
Our viewers should help us bring this message to everyone — no one should accept the degeneracy imposed by those who benefit from preserving a collapsing system. Join with the Schiller Institute, to bring about the transition to the New Paradigm!
Helga Zepp LaRouche opened today’s webcast by discussing “bright spots” in the strategic situation, coming from the diplomacy at the G20 summit and the Trump-Kim DMZ meeting. Yet the potential which is emerging to break from the unipolar world of geopolitics is threatened by the enemy of mankind, the British Empire, which is engaged in military provocations, against Iran and China, but more significantly, through its role in spreading pessimism about the future, through the imposition of anti-human Green ideology.
As the West is destroying itself, Asia is rising, and a key feature of Asia’s emergence is the emphasis on space exploration. China and India are both engaged in lunar projects, and Trump’s intent for the U.S. to be back on the Moon by 2024, defines a potential for broad scientific cooperation. This is the antidote to the pessimism of “limits to growth”, etc., around which the Green movement was launched—human creativity can always open new horizons, she emphasized, as Krafft Ehricke emphasized, with his visionary idea of the “extraterrestrial imperative”, and Lyndon LaRouche demonstrated in his writings.
We can use the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing to bring renewed optimism to people, something which is greatly feared by the neo-liberal imperial networks centered in London.
The extraordinary leak of cables from the British Ambassador in Washington to the Foreign Office in London makes clear that the Brits are still engaged in a broad campaign to destabilize the Trump administration, as they have been since his election. Helga Zepp LaRouche warned that Sir Kim Darroch’s statement that Trump may make another U-turn on Iran means that we must be alert for another False Flag provocation, designed to lead to a U.S. strike against Iran. The seizure of an Iranian tanker by British forces on a false pretense is an example of this kind of dangerous geopolitical game.
The presidential diplomacy at Osaka, is continuing. As a follow-up to the strategically significant Trump-Kim meeting at the DMZ, envoys from the U.S. and South Korea are coming to Europe to report on developments. Other activities include a meeting between Russian and U.S. officials on arms limitation talks; Putin’s visit to Italy; and new trade talks between U.S. and Chinese officials.
This is an extraordinary moment, which was prepared by the life work of Lyndon LaRouche, whose contributions include his prophetic vision for the future. Trump’s July 4 address captured this spirit, especially with his talk of the Moon-Mars mission. For this to be realized, the work of LaRouche must be studied by more people, who can then bring his ideas to those who do not yet know him. The campaign for his exoneration is an essential feature of making this happen.
Helga Zepp LaRouche said in her webcast on July 1 that the Trump-Kim meeting in the DMZ “revived the ‘Singapore Spirit'”, and demonstrated the potential when presidents of leading nations act together. The meeting, following discussions at the sidelines of the G20 summit involving Trump, Putin, Xi, Abe, and Moon, gets back to the idea of policy making on the level of presidents. Trump outflanked the British-oriented neocon warhawks in his own administration to set up the meeting and, from the ridiculously hostile reaction of Democrats, outflanked them as well.
While the G20 summit failed to address the burgeoning economic/financial crisis — she said it is not really designed to do so — the latest BIS report on the dangers of debt, especially corporate debt, and the effect defaults on such debt will have on banks, the potential still exists for applying Lyndon LaRouche’s Four Laws, to stop the danger of a crash. The positive signs from the Trump-Xi meeting, and the Trump-Putin meeting, point to the importance of taking up LaRouche’s Four Power agreement to set up a new financial system.
She called on Americans to take advantage of the July 4 holiday to reflect on the importance of restoring the spirit of the American republic, which was created in opposition to the British Empire.
Harley SCHLANGER: Hello! I’m Harley Schlanger from theSchiller Institute, welcome to our webcast with our founder andPresident Helga Zepp-LaRouche. It’s July 1, 2019. There’s been alot of developments on the strategic side of things, and Helga,why don’t we start with the Trump-Kim meeting in Panmunjom at theDMZ. What’s your assessment of this meeting?
HELGA ZEPP-LAROUCHE: I think that is definitely going backto what I called the “Singapore Spirit,” referring to the firstsummit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, and I think this ispotentially, the real thing. Because, as we had observed, thesummit in Hanoi was sabotaged essentially by, I think, Pompeo andBolton. But this time, I think the fact that in Osaka, on thesidelines of the G20 meetings, there were these meetings betweenTrump and Putin, Trump and Xi Jinping, Trump and Abe, which is inthe background, also, and also with South Korean President MoonJae-in — I think this is all back to the idea that policy isbeing made on the level of the presidents. There was this summitbetween President Trump and Xi Jinping, but they also had adinner about which very little is being reported; but Trump’sspontaneous decision was that he would go to the DMZ, meet withKim, which was sort of a surprise; then he went earlier than evenannounced, and he stepped symbolically over this very importantborder [into North Korea].
Now, the interesting thing about it, is that it is veryunusual is that the North Korean media, all, instantly, verybroadly reported about this, calling it a “historic meeting,”“bold,” and “efficient” and that the two leaders will stay inperson close contact from now on. And this is all really a signthat the chickenhawks in the Trump cabinet were outflanked. Andthe policy is back to being made by Trump. I think especially forthe viewers outside of the United States, who generally, at leastin the West, only have an extremely negative picture of Trumpfrom the media, it’s really important to see this difference:When President Trump has the freedom to act, he tends to do veryimportant things, and I think this is very, very promising.
Unlike with the previous summit follow-up, this time it willnot just be Pompeo who will do the follow-up, but there aresupposed to be working groups, entire teams from the StateDepartment and the North Koreans, and they’re supposed to followthis up.
The Italian politician Michele Geraci made a very importantcharacterization which I tend to agree with, where he said thisevent is probably the event of the year and it may be [i]the[/i] eventof the first term of the Trump Presidency. So I think there isall reason to be really optimistic, because, with Russia andChina in the background, and it seems to be that also SouthKorean President Moon was in the environment; he was on the videotogether at the press conference with these other two leaders,that all means that a potential for the solution for the NorthKorean denuclearization is shaping up on the horizon: Becauseonly if there are security guarantees for North Korea, wherebythey could denuclearize, and not fear that Kim Jong Un would facethe same fate as Saddam Hussein and Muammar Qaddafi — which isthe main reason why North Korea insisted on their nuclear program— but with Russia and China being in the picture, maybe anentire Asian security architecture which could solve the NorthKorea situation can be made possible. And if that would cometogether, and all signs right now speak for it, naturally, withthe Belt and Road Initiative, the New Silk Road as the economicdimension of this whole program, I think this is a very hopefulsign, and it would mean that one of the most dangerous crisisspots in the world strategic picture could be resolved.
So, I think this is very, very promising, and it reallyshows that on the level of the Presidents Xi Jinping, Putin,Trump, solutions can be found. And in this case, also, theJapanese government is in a supportive role. There are manyJapanese and Chinese scholars who want to improve therelationship between China and Japan. Naturally, South Korea hasall the interest that this problem should get resolved. So, Ithink this shows you the incredible potential of the New SilkRoad to be the inspiration for peaceful solutions and a durablepeace.
SCHLANGER: Helga, you mentioned the outflanking of thechickenhawks within the administration: It appears from thehysterical reaction of the Democrats that they were also caughtoff-guard by this meeting.
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: Oh, yes. The Democratic reaction just,absolutely, they lost it. Tim Ryan, for example, compared themeeting between Trump and Kim with the meeting between NevilleChamberlain meeting with Hitler in Munich in 1938. That shows youthat they really have fallen off the deep-end, so to speak. Idon’t see Kim Jong Un taking over all of Asia. But it just showsyou that the Democrats are really the war party, and the onlyvery good exception in this chorus of insanity, was in the firstDemocratic debate, where Democratic Presidential candidate TulsiGabbard spent the entire seven minutes she had to participate inthe debate in denouncing the danger of nuclear war, saying it’scloser than at any time since the end of the Cold War. Shedenounced the endless regime-change wars, [i]and[/i] she also attackedTrump that he had let the conflict with Iran get as close as 10minutes to war. So, Tulsi Gabbard, at least on the war issue, sheis a very good exception in the chorus of Democrats, and it’squite good that the population have increased their support forher after this debate, in the polls. That shows you that once youhave leaders who speak to the issue of war and peace, theAmerican people are not for war and that is a very importantlesson in this Presidential campaign.
SCHLANGER: Let’s look briefly at the G20 summit, because ititself seemed to be a waste of time, although there were all theside meetings that were quite significant.
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: Yes. The important fact is that the meetingbetween Trump and Putin did take place. Remember, that previoussuch summits there were last minute sabotage actions. This didnot happen. The Trump-Xi Jinping meeting was also very important,and naturally, many other bilateral meetings. But essentially allaround Trump, Putin, and Xi Jinping, while the EU was completelyirrelevant.
Now, as a criticism, I must say that the G20 [i]should[/i] haveaddressed the danger of a coming financial crash, and they didnot do that. But that has probably to do with the fact that theG20 is not a format which is capable of addressing this issue.
On the more positive side was a definite improvement in therelationship between the United States and China. Trump and XiJinping got the trade war at least stalled, so that there is roomfor new negotiations. The Huawei ban was lifted, at least for thetime being, so that American products can be sold to Huawei, andalso China agreed to import a large quantity of U.S. agriculturalproducts, so, that hopefully now this can get now get on a bettertrack. I’m not giving de-warning sign yet, but I think this wasdefinitely a step in the right direction.
But I said that the big one, that the G20 should haveaddressed the pending danger of a financial collapse did not takeplace, and that shows you that our proposal, that you need adifferent combination, preferably the combination of Trump,Putin, Xi Jinping, and Narendra Modi of India, to address theseissues is a viable idea, because the G20 failed again to do whatreally would be their responsibility to the world population.
SCHLANGER: There was a report that came out from the Bankfor International Settlements which said that we are, as a resultof overleveraged corporate debt, heading for a potential crash.What do you make of this report?
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: Well, first of all, that’s not the only voicewhich is warning of that, but the BIS, after all, is theso-called “central bank of central banks.” They have basicallyreiterated that the corporate debt crisis and their engagement inderivatives is the equivalent of what the subprime mortgagecrisis was in 2008.
Now, that obviously has been building up for a while, andnow, all the data for the first and second quarter of this yearshow that the world economy, with very few exceptions, mainly ofcountries which are working with the Belt and Road Initiative,but all the European countries, most of the Asian countries andthe United States, have actually all signs of a recession or zerogrowth, all the figures are negative; so I think we are in for avery big crisis.
Our related [i]EIR[/i] publications or that of our colleagues inthe United States, they basically just published a new study,“The Bitter Truth about the Economic Recovery,” referring to thesupposed recovery in the United States. We have there analyzedthe different segments of the U.S. economy, everything fromcollapse of infrastructure, unemployment, homelessness, the drugepidemic, the negative life expectancy in the United States —and the U.K., one should add — so all these parameters of thephysical economy show that there is no recovery. We have warnedall the time that the increase in the price of shares on thestock market is rather an alarming sign, rather than an indicatorof the real economy. For example, Deutsche Bank just announced,or is rumored to be having major layoffs and the stocks went upsignificantly.
So I think we are in an urgent situation, where the economicpackage which was designed by Mr. Lyndon LaRouche, some yearsago, the Four Laws — Glass-Steagall banking separation; aNational Bank in every country; a new credit system, a NewBretton Woods system, and the United States and Europe joiningwith the New Silk Road — [i]is[/i] an urgent, urgent question. Weneed to have a mobilization: So, I’m asking you our viewers andlisteners to help us. Contact us, because this crisis is comingon fast, and it would be almost a miracle if it wouldn’t takeplace very soon this year.
SCHLANGER: One of the important developments was the meetingof Trump and Putin, coming as it did, especially after the dangerthat we saw over the weekend before last, over Iran. What’s yourassessment of where things stand now between the United Statesand Russia?
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: It’s not yet a situation where one could besatisfied with, but, according to the Russian Defense Ministry,there were some inspections involving what they call the NewSTART agreement, Russian and U.S. military talking in thiscontext, and Russian specialists doing investigations in Turkeyand in Romania, according to the OSCE document. So, I think thatthere are clearly signs in the aftermath of the Putin-Trumpmeeting, that a normalization could occur. There was also anagreement between Russia and NATO: They agreed on somenon-escalation agreement, and that is not much, yet, but it meansthat for the time being that there will not be not an increase oftroops into the East on the borders of Russia, and no increase ofequipment. So that is not yet a solution, but at least these arevery tiny, baby steps which show some hope. And also the factthat President Trump accepted the invitation by President Putinto attend the 75th anniversary next year in Moscow, celebratingthe end of World War II, which is a good sign.
And also Macron obviously, after it’s not going so well forhim, in general, accepted such an invitation from Moscow which isa good step in the right direction — unlike, unfortunately, Ihave to say, the new head of the CDU in Germany, AnnegretKramp-Karrenbauer (or AKK, as she is called) who made another oneof her really mindless, Cold War speeches, defending thesanctions at a family-entrepreneur conference in Germany.
So the dividing line is really those people who try to getin a very dangerous strategic situation, some new discussion,dialogue, rapprochement with Russia, with China, and the West;and those who are in the old paradigm and are backward oriented.I think that that is an important difference.
SCHLANGER: Many Americans are wanting to know what actuallyis going on with the European Union. They seemed to play almostno role in Osaka, at the G20, and they couldn’t even elect a newleadership. Where is this headed?
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: I think the EU is essentially finished: Thisorganization which basically is a large bureaucracy, modeled onthe principles of the British Empire, have completely moved awayfrom the interest of their member-states, of the populationsthey’re supposed to be representing, and I think it’s fallingapart. I mean, the fact that they couldn’t agree on the successorof Jean-Claude Juncker for European Commission President; ManfredWeber, the candidate of Germany was completely rejected, andMacron made intrigues against him. Then, for the time being, theDutch social democrat Frans Timmermans was mooted — he wasopposed by the Visegrad Group [Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary,Poland] and Ireland, and I think Bulgaria. Naturally, then thereis wheeling and dealing that we will give that post to this one,and then the other one gets this post — this is all very muchwithout any dignity, and that becomes visible to the public eye,so they had to break off the EU summit because they couldn’t finda solution as a joint leadership. Now, that, in my view is areflection of the fact that there is no unity in the EU, andnaturally, the EU policies overall are completely unfit for anyof the crises which exist.
So it’s high time to replace the EU with somethingdifferent, and again, I have to quote Michele Geraci, who alsocommented on the fact that the EU has completely becomesuperfluous, and will vanish in a larger Eurasian kind ofcombination. And that actually makes a lot of sense, because youalready have the integration of the Belt and Road Initiative,Eurasian Economic Union, and if European countries would start toassociate with that, in the context of the joint building of theNew Silk Road, then all of these problems could be addressed.
And since I’m quoting Geraci, let me just mention one otherimportant, interesting thing he said, namely, that the West hascompletely underestimated the rapid growth of China, and thatChina is now a leader, not only in 5G technology with Huawei, butalso e-cars, e-batteries, DNA mapping, quantum particles, onecould add fast train systems, fusion energy research, Moonexploration. So I think China is on a very good trajectory, andcountries who really want to solve their problems shouldcooperate. Xi Jinping offered again, at the G20 in his speech,that the BRI is an open concept for international cooperation.And I think the countries of the West would be well-advised totake up this offer.
SCHLANGER: One exception to the dysfunction of the EuropeanUnion seems to be Italy. There’s a very significant statementissued by prominent Italian scientists, from the ItalianAssociation of Research Scientists and Technologists (ASTRI),attacking this climate hoax. What do you know about that, Helga?
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: It’s very important. This is a group ofextremely well-known and prestigious scientists who made anappeal to the Italian President, the Italian government, and theparliament, not to adopt policies of reducing CO2 emissions, withthe argument that CO2 is not a pollutant, that to the contrary,CO2 is extremely important for life on the planet. And that inany case, all of these claims about control of the climate byreducing this CO2 emissions is a complete hoax, that there is notone, single fact for that, and that in science, facts cannot bereplaced by the number of people who claim to have the sameopinion. And basically, that all of these predictions are basedon computer simulation models and not on any true physicalscience.
So, I think this is very important. There were about 70original signers, and then one signer, who is very famous, Prof.Antonino Zichichi, who was the leader for many decades of thefamous Erice center in Sicily. And I think this is somethingwhich deserves support by many people in other countries as well,so we are planning to publish this appeal. And actually, ifpeople are interested to have an honest debate, they should signthis appeal, so that reason is being brought back into thedebate.
They also note in this resolution, by the way, that theconsensus among the scientists on this issue, does not exist atall, but that there is a growing number and a large number ofscientists who are absolutely opposing the findings of thesemodels, and naturally, also say it’s a complete illusion to thinkthat you can control climate by CO2 reduction. Climate change isobviously taking place, but it’s almost a fakery to claim thatyou can influence the climate by such measures, because it’s notanthropogenic, it has to do with quite different phenomena in ourMilky Way, in the galaxy, on the Sun — all things which mancannot influence as such.
Now, talking about fakery, just to mention, that we willprobably pick this up in the next program next week, a group ofjournalists has just documented that the OPCW completely fakedtheir report on the supposed chemical weapons attack on Douma,Syria in 2018, and the initial report which the OPCW had,actually said it was staged event! So this is all now coming out,and the role of the British in that fakery, as well. But that wewill deal with more next week.
SCHLANGER: We are coming up to the moment where the BritishEmpire is increasing exposed as not just corrupt, but is thecontinuing dominant force in the old paradigm. This week is theweek of July Fourth, the founding of the American republic. Howshould people think about this situation, by reflecting both onwhat the American Founding Fathers did, and the upgrading of theAmerican Revolutionary ideal by your husband, Lyndon LaRouche?
ZEPP-LAROUCHE: I think the July Fourth celebration is notjust for barbecues: People should remember the proud history ofthe American War of Independence against the British Empire, theDeclaration of Independence, and the principles declared there.The idea of Benjamin Franklin, of Alexander Hamilton, and theFounding Fathers in general, to declare a republic, to give theUnited States a Constitution devoted to the common good, not onlyof the present generation, but of posterity, is an extremelyimportant inflection point in all of human history. And if theUnited States could go back, and with the present policies ofTrump, at least in the first steps, there is the hope thatAmerica can become a republic again.
Now, I’ve said this many times: If the United States wouldremind itself of the ideals of its origins, and actually start toimplement that and go away from being the junior partner of theBritish Empire, then America would have all the friends in theworld. And this [i]is[/i] the crucial step which will decide overworld war or world peace: So, I hope that people on this Fourthof July reflect on that, and make a step in this direction —especially, because shortly after the Fourth of July will be the50th anniversary celebration of the Apollo Moon landing. Therewill be many events, and the Schiller Institute will also havemajor events on that day, especially focusing not on the last 50years, but on the next 50 years, and what kind of economic crashprograms are needed to make possible what President Trump hadpromised, when he said that by 2024 there will be again a man,and this time hopefully also a woman, on the Moon: But thatrequires to go into the kind of economic crash mobilization as itwas defined by the Four Laws of Lyndon LaRouche. And it’sactually the absolute mandate to be implemented in the nearfuture.
So, I think we have an incredibly — what Friedrich Schillerwould call “a pregnant moment” in history. I think a greatcatastrophe has been barely avoided with the situation with Iran.And now with talks again between the U.S. and China and Russia,there is actually hope, but that is just the first baby step. Andwe need the full New Paradigm, a new system of internationalrelations, and especially a new economic system based on thephysical principles developed by Lyndon LaRouche. So therefore, Ican only appeal to you, as I have done in the past: Help us withthe exoneration, and the “Case of Lyndon LaRouche” which describesexactly what was done against him and why, and why it is soabsolutely crucial to exonerate him, to make the way free for hissolutions.
So, please watch these two videos, help us to circulate themas widely as possible, and join the Schiller Institute.
SCHLANGER: Well, Helga, thank you for joining us, and we’llsee you maybe even later this week, as events are happening sorapidly.
The central theme of Helga Zepp LaRouche’s webcast this week is that the release of the two documentaries on the life and works of Lyndon LaRouche provides essential weapons to defeat the apparatus that brought us within ten minutes of the launch of World War III Thursday. The international mobilization to exonerate LaRouche, she said, is the only way to stop World War III. She repeatedly appealed to viewers to join us in getting the widest possible audience for these two videos.
The decision by President Trump to call off an attack on Iran, ten minutes before it was launched, is an incredible story! The question raised by people all over the world, following his tweet that he called off the strike at the last minute, coming just after the New York Times reported on the “dual power” situation in the U.S. government regarding the decision to escalate cyber warfare against Russia, is, “Just who is making decisions in Washington?
Those British imperial geopolitical networks who were behind the launching of the Get LaRouche Task Force are the same as those behind today’s war drive. The ideas of LaRouche, which shine through the two documentaries released today, were the target of those who prosecuted him. Those ideas can be realized, beginning with the summits between Trump and President Xi, and with President Putin, at the G20 summit next week. As the documentaries demonstrate, the apparatus pushing for war, following its efforts to remove Trump, is the same which unjustly targeted LaRouche. While war was narrowly avoided this time, there will be more incidents which could lead to war, if this apparatus is not brought to justice.
There is no issue more important today, than to bring an understanding of this to the broadest segment of the population worldwide.
The Memorial event commemorating the creative life of Lyndon LaRouche had a stunning effect on most participants, as the full extent of the incredible contributions made by Lyn came across clearly. Helga Zepp LaRouche emphasized that, while most people are trapped in a day-to-day struggle to make ends meet, Lyn challenged them to think 50 or 100 years ahead. The New Paradigm which is emerging was envisioned by Lyn decades ago, and he dedicated his life to realizing that beautiful vision he had.
Today, Putin correctly identified the crisis, that U.S.-Russian relations are deteriorating by the hour, even though the potential for the U.S., under President Trump, to have a “great relationship” with Russian and China, is still possible. This was made clear, she said, in the series of conferences recently, in St. Petersburg and Biskek. But the British empire continues to push for war, with Iran as a serious, immediate potential trigger.
She called upon listeners to watch the video of the Memorial, and to act to make sure that the upcoming documentary on the LaRouche case receives the widest circulation as possible. The solutions to the crisis exist, provided that people take up the mission of Lyndon LaRouche, and make it their own.
Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche discusses her recent trip to China where she participated in the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, May 15-16 in Beijing, keynoted by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Zepp-LaRouche and host Bill Jones discuss what’s actually at stake in the so-called US-China trade war, and how it’s possible to be resolved in a win-win manner for both nations. She warns that there is no benefit for the West to try to contain a nation like China, who has made so many contributions to human civilization. The only path forward that will be mutually beneficial for both countries, and their populations, is one of cooperation and overcoming the “Clash of Civilization” strategy of the western neo-cons.
The latest revelation from an FOIA request on the dirty doings of Christopher Steele is another bombshell, demonstrating that one must hold the British responsible for the dangerous coup attempt against President Trump. And as more evidence emerges daily of the British role, in direct coordination with the Obama intelligence team, where does U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo go to whip up anti-Russian, anti-Chinese sentiment? To London, of course, where he proclaimed that the “Special Relationship” between the U.S. and the U.K. is thriving!
In this week’s webcast, Helga Zepp LaRouche reviews the ramping up of hot spots, especially by Pompeo and Bolton, who are acting at odds with President Trump’s often-stated wish to have good, cooperative relationships with the two nations. Describing the anti-China rantings of intelligence officials, Congressmen and media as a “Yellow Peril rampage,” she emphasizes the importance of getting the U.S.-China trade talks back on track, as a step towards U.S. participation in the Belt and Road Initiative.
The ninety minute call between Presidents Trump and Putin was greeted by Helga Zepp LaRouche as “really good news,” as she reviewed the broader strategic implications of the emerging post-Russiagate situation.
The importance of the Trump-Putin discussion for economic and strategic cooperation, including addressing the situations in Venezuela, Ukraine and North Korea;
The positive potential for U.S.-China cooperation, with another session of trade talks scheduled — this is proceeding despite the efforts of British-directed neocons to sabotage it;
Broader recognition of the attractiveness of collaboration with the BRI, following the second BRI forum, as seen in several recent reports produced in Germany;
The significance of the meeting on infrastructure between Trump and Democratic Congressional leaders, which highlights the split within the Dems between the crazies, focused still on impeachment and the Green New Deal, and Pelosi and her network, which recognize the need to accomplish something positive;
Growing recognition of the British role in running Russiagate.
The fight to exonerate Lyndon LaRouche offers the best roadmap to understand who ran Russiagate, and the strategic reasons why. LaRouche’s role demonstrates the power of the individual to change history, and should be a source of optimism, a crucial need to win the fight for the New Paradigm.
Declaring the just-completed Belt and Road forum in Beijing a “great success”, Helga Zepp LaRouche reported on the global participation in the event, and the expanded scope of BRI agreements. She described the active involvement of a number of European leaders as “very interesting.” Referring back to her LPAC Class the night before, she urged viewers to watch the clip she used of Lyndon LaRouche’s 1997 address, in which he insisted the U.S. must engage in the Eurasian Land-bridge — looking at what just happened in Beijing, she said, one sees again how prophetic he was in addressing the future needs of mankind.
Now, with Trump openly identifying Russiagate as a “coup”, designed to oust him from office — which the media has for the most part ignored, as incredible as that is — it is clear the British role in orchestrating the coup will come out, along with their role in attacking the BRI. Given that those behind the coup are the same networks which engaged in massive slanders against Lyndon LaRouche, she emphasized that the fight for his exoneration is essential for the survival of the U.S.
As the revival of the work of Plato by Cusa was crucial in creating the Italian Renaissance, so is engagement in the scientific and philosophical works of LaRouche to assure the success of the New Paradigm today. The extraordinary international effort involved in the amazing photos captured of a “black hole” is another demonstration of this principle, that it is essential to challenge all the axioms, from a higher standpoint. International cooperation in space is essential to inspire today’s youth to embrace real science, to create a better future.