With the critical U.S. mid-term elections now five weeks away, it would be wise to consider the words of German defense expert, Willy Wimmer, who represented the Christian Democratic Union in the German Bundestag for many years, and served as an Assistant Defense Minister. On September 3, Wimmer warned that if the Democrats take back the House of Representatives on November 6, and use their majority to impeach President Donald Trump, his removal would be a prelude to nuclear war against Russia. Removing Trump, he said, "would be the breaking of the dam which is keeping the peace alive," and a war could occur as early as 2019.
Events in the last week have added to the voluminous evidence that the investigation into allegations of "Russian Meddling and Trump Collusion" in the 2016 election is part of a coup designed to remove the President from office, to illegally overturn the voters decision to elect him. As reported for the last two years in on the LaRouchePAC website, the coup is being run by leading elements of British imperial intelligence, in collaboration with former intelligence operatives of the Obama administration centered around former CIA chief John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. Their efforts have been aided by a network of corrupt officials in the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI, with full backing by the so-called Mainstream Media.
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On July 25, 2007, as the first signs of the crisis began to emerge—the financial crisis that would ultimately lead to the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the near-collapse of the global financial system—economist Lyndon LaRouche opened a webcast with a warning that the system had reached a point of no return. He said:
The order by President Donald Trump, on Sept. 17, to declassify documents related to the investigation of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign and Trump’s “collusion” with Russia, is a bombshell escalation—significant and necessary—against the ongoing coup being run to destroy his presidency. When combined with the revelations in an interview that Fox News’ Martha MacCallum did with George Papadopoulos the following day, we see evidence now being brought into the open which confirms what LaRouche PAC has charged from the beginning: That the charges against Russia and Trump are a fraud, a product of collusion between the Obama/Clinton intelligence team and the highest levels of British intelligence, in a desperate defense of the collapsing post-Cold War geopolitical order.
In a political world not dominated by "Trump Derangement Syndrome", it would have been shocking to hear the paeans of praise heaped upon departed Senator John McCain, one of the leading war hawks in Congress, who passed away last month. The same Democrats who two weeks earlier rallied to defend former CIA chief John Brennan when President Trump removed his security clearance, were gushing over the "humanity" of McCain, praising him as a hero, who made great sacrifices for the country. What Brennan and McCain actually have in common is that both have been fanatic opponents of the strategic outlook of President Trump, who is committed to reversing the regime change policies and endless wars that the two embraced and engaged in, even when the result of their actions was to increase the likelihood of nuclear confrontation with Russia.
The conviction of Paul Manafort, who served briefly as Donald Trump's campaign manager in 2016, on eight of eighteen counts, combined with the guilty plea by Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen on eight counts—both of which occurred on August 21—open a new, dangerous stage in global strategic affairs. While the anti-Trump media is filled with gleeful ejaculations, such as "The end (of Trump) is near," these "victories" for the Mueller team are by no means decisive in themselves. Neither prove anything about the allegations which led to appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel, as no evidence was presented in either case related to Russian "meddling" in the 2016 presidential election, nor of Trump "collusion" with Russia, to win the presidency. As Trump asked at a rally in West Virginia following the convictions, "Where's the collusion?"
From the beginning of Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign, there was no doubt he would face fierce opposition from the Democratic Party, whose nominee Hillary Clinton raised questions about her opponent's mental stability. For example, at a campaign rally on June 2, 2016, in San Diego, she taunted him for expressing a willingness to cooperate with Russian President Putin: "I'll leave it to the psychiatrists to explain his affection for tyrants," she quipped.