WILL THE REAL RUSSIAGATE CRIMINALS BE PUT ON TRIAL?
Given the urgent insistence from President Trump that investigators get to the bottom of what is behind the coup attempt against him, there has been an intensified focus on the role of the British monarchy, which acted through its intelligence channels in the U.K. and in the U.S., in launching Russiagate. While the anti-Trump fanatics, including pro-impeachment Democrats, neo-con Republicans and mainstream media, continue to pound the "Russia hacking" line—that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, to elect Trump, citing the Mueller investigation and his fraudulent report as proof—the evidence of the British role is finally emerging into public view, with potentially devastating blow-back to come against the perpetrators.
In an interview with Fox-TV News on May 20, President Donald Trump dropped another in a recent series of bombshells, when he described those pushing for war with Iran as part of a “Military-Industrial Complex” (MIC), run by people who “like war.” Speaking of the opposition to his orders to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria, first announced in April 2018, he said “if it was up to them, they'd bring thousands of soldiers in...They never want to leave. They always want to fight.”
Though president Trump has declared that the "Collusion Delusion" is dead, killed off by the report released on March 22 by special counsel Robert Mueller, which exonerated him of charges that he "colluded" with Russian President Putin to rig the 2016 election, rabid anti-Trumpers continue their desperate search for phantom leads, in multiple Congressional committees, and in the Fake News rooms of major media across the U.S. and in western Europe.
The combined effect of the release of the Mueller report on March 22, which exonerated President Donald Trump of impeachable crimes, and the ninety-minute phone conversation he had with Russian President Putin on May 3, has unleashed a frenzied drive for impeachment and war, as his enemies from the British Empire's camp are wildly lashing out, to defend their failed global paradigm. Freed from the attempted blackmail of the "Russiagate" investigation, Trump's wide-ranging discussion with Putin showed that he now believes that he can proceed with plans for broad strategic cooperation with Russia, which could include joint collaboration with China on dealing with crisis spots, and matters of trade and arms control. It is fear that this has been Trump's intent all along, to break with the post-war unilateralist paradigm of the geopoliticians, which provoked the British-directed Russiagate operation to defeat him in the 2016 election, and subsequent efforts to remove him from office in a coup after he won.
At a moment of utmost insanity in Washington, D.C., in which some crazed Democrats, including presidential candidates, are calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, a rather interesting meeting occurred in the White House on April 30. Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi, the House Speaker, and Charles Schumer, the minority leader in the Senate, emerged from a discussion with Trump, on rebuilding America's infrastructure, expressing optimism over the potential to work together.
As the second Belt and Road Forum opened in Beijing on April 25, the defenders of the collapsing London-directed Trans-Atlantic system have stepped up their rhetorical assault and financial/military activities against the New Paradigm, which is emerging around President Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). While engaging in endless repetition of bogus charges, such as that of an "aggressive and escalating Chinese military threat", "state-sponsored spying", "imperial ambitions" and "currency manipulation", these war party operatives display the same lack of regard for truth that characterized their use of discredited charges of "Russian hacking" and "Trump collusion" to target President Donald Trump's outreach to Russia and President Putin. And just as their continuing assault against Trump and Putin has been revealed to be a regime change coup organized by top elements of the British Empire—including their operatives in the Obama intelligence community and their Bush League neocon allies—there is no evidence to back the claims they now are making against China's President Xi Jinping and his BRI.
After more than two years of fueling expectations that special counsel Robert Mueller would produce evidence from the “Russiagate” investigation which would lead to the impeachment of President Trump, Democrats were stunned when the report was finally released last month. The vindication of Trump took away what they foolishly believed to be their ticket to the White House in 2020, if not sooner. This left them with only two main issues: an anti-Russia, anti-China strategic policy, allying them with anti-Trump Republicans, in a repeat of Hillary Clinton’s pro-war stance, which was rejected by voters in 2016; and an anti-growth message tailored to fit the fraudulent claims of “man-made climate change,” an issue which continues to register little voter support, according to polling data.